Miscellaneous Motocross Riding Technique
Many riders have great potential but its how they use, hone and polish that potential over a long time span that makes the different between mediocre and greatness. Of course, the throttle is in their hand on the track but also in everyday life as well. Just like on the track you have to know when to back off and use good common sense and moderation. You wouldn’t keep the throttle wide open in the air or on super slippery ground. You also shouldn’t always keep it wide open in your day to day life. By the same token when hitting a big triple you better be into the throttle; likewise there are times in day to day life when you better be on it as well, balance on the track, balance in life. And you know what else, through all this good, bad and ugly you have to LOVE IT, a rare character in deed, a one in a million. For without loving it you couldn't consistently do all the hard work and make all the sacrifices in order to become great.
Check out the before and after photos of Austin Harvey. This change took just 5 months. After this getting tired in a race was not an issue for Austin. Becoming a top star in the motocross world was not what Austin wanted to keep pursuing. However, what he learned and the confidence he developed in himself enabled him to build a successful Car and truck detailing business at a very young age (19).
Know what you really want to do in life and commit to it 100%. Why not, what's the alternatives, it's only life, it does have an expiration date, you know?
Concentration - "The jack of all trades seldom is good at any. Concentrate all of your efforts on one definite chief aim". (Napoleon Hill)
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