Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Kansas in the summer, Kentucky most of the time
Of course it will take time and practice to get a correct seat. But I must say I have a pretty good seat and this was the method I was taught. Everyone that I teach to do that method is pretty successful in gaining a secure seat.
Your body should not move out of the heels,butt,shoulder,head alignment anyway or you would be doing it incorrectly.
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