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Practising without your wheel - Train Surfing


Jonathan Tolhurst
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Not sure if anyone else has tried this but on a (quiet) urban train that rapidly breaks and accelerates can you stand facing forward in your EUC stance and "ride" the train's positive/negative acceleration without holding on or moving your feet at all? On the right kind of train, it's actually good fun (& great balance practice), although you do end up looking like a crazy person. Interestingly for me, it elicits the same aches in the feet that I get from EUC riding. P.S If you try this on a train the wrong kind of train, you'll get bored pretty quickly :)

Any other ideas/suggestions for practicing/training without a wheel :confused1:

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