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    01-26-2013, 01:12 PM
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Trained

I paid for the whole DVD, but this YouTube video makes sense to me. Im just not sure if I'm applying it right. Sucks being a beginner!

And yes, I love Arizona. I'm complaining about riding today because it is only supposed to reach 66 deg F and there is some drizzle... But I doubt you'll feel much sympathy for my 'harsh weather'!
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    01-26-2013, 01:41 PM
  #32
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That was fantastic!! He went over so many things I've been doing wrong. Even his last line, that if you just use one big pull it causes their head to go up - it sure does.

Awesome, awesome stuff. This is what we'll work on tomorrow with his new bit, hands down.

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