Yeah but look at it
There's other food out there mate, you don't have to eat eggs for every meal.
Try not to get too disappointed. It took me riding every day for like 2 years to start getting used to manuals.
I think what @furious_tiles means is that if you're suspended by the strap having "looped out", you can work out what muscle movement is required to get you back to balance point without dismounting. Then you can use that same muscle movement to stop you looping out in the first place.
I just bought some eggs but when I run out I'll hit you up.
We live next to each other. Hi.
I find you get a lot less flat ground manualing in MTB videos, BMX videos are really good for seeing rider body movement on long manuals.
Doesn't have to be how tos, just videos with pros in
I know this sounds silly but looking at the video, you're bringing the bars to your crotch, not the other way around. By doing that you're still pulling up on the bars which is causing you to loop out. The aim isn't to connect your crotch to the stem regardless of method.
Just fucking let the person talk, Samin. Why are you interrupting them. They're the ones who have had the recipe handed down to them over generations. You're just there to learn from them.
My one issue with Samin in SFAH is that she films with people on the show who are supposedly experts at this particular dish or process, and then proceeds to tell them what she's going to do and doesn't really let them talk much.
It's like the "guest" has done all the interesting bit first, then they turn the cameras on and you get to see how much of what she was told she can remember on screen.
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