On Training! O/E Course2 - 1st Try

We are on training!! 

I'm learning Revit Architecture now and also new movements of agility handling. 
2nd course from o/e training was also very difficult one, but challenging. 
Still struggle with Ketschker turn's timing.. and also struggle with sending Niah to Tunnel next to DW entry! It's because he has done Running contact training from tunnel on this route.. so it was very difficult to use verval cue for going to tunnel.. 
But!! we've got very helpful an nice comment from Joune :) 
Comment as below ↓
Revit Architectureのオンライントレーニングをしたり、、
時間がありそうでないこの頃 :)


Thank you for your video! Very nice training again.

Niah makes a very nice turn at jump number 3. You have nice timing when you do the pole turn and you get good speed after the turn. However the second option is faster for you - 0,4 seconds between obstacles 1 and 6 which is quite alot. Eventhough Niah has very tight turns she still wins time by taking the shorter route. This is just something you have to practice and time the different options to find the fastest route. Very nice rear cross at jump number 5 - you use your own tempo and upperbody clearly to anticipate the path towards the tunnel and Niah remains high speed. Well done!

Both options after the weaves work very well and your handling is faultless. This time there is no significant time difference either.

The first time you are sending Niah to the tunnel under the dog walk you are slowing down and your body is already pointing away from the tunnel. When sending the dog away from you it is critical that you have movement so that the dog will drive away from you all the way to the tunnel and past the dw. The other thing is naturally the direction of your movement or your upper body. So try timing your own movement so that when Niah exits the tunnel your are still moving fast towards the tunnel under the dw. On the other hand you probably need to practise some tunnel entries and reinforce the tunnel command so that Niah will take the tunnel by command even when you can not be there helping her with your body signals. In these cases the vocals need to "override" your body signals.

Still some difficulties with the timing of ketschker turn at jump number 19. Here you probably don´t even  need to do the ketschker since the turn isn´t that tight and there is no trap obstacle behind the jump. You are also moving very straight which makes the ketschker more difficult. The more you change your own direction the more natural the movement. But still it is good for you to practise the movement and the timing in different situations.

In the last option you have a very nice send to the tunnel and the rear cross works well again. What you can do is try to pull her a bit more towards you before releasing her to the jump (number 19 rear cross) to give her even better angle to the last jumps. So pull her more towards yourself as she exits the tunnel and then turn towards the jump for a better angle.

Keep on training those ketschkers! Have a nice training!

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