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ارسال شده در: مطالب آموزشی ،
The lazy vault is performed much like a speed vault, but it comes
into play when you are approaching a rail from an angle with less
momentum. It is a useful technique because it doesn’t take as much
speed in your run-up to make it over the obstacle, and because you can
shift your direction in the air to adjust your path after the obstacle.
1.)You will be approaching the obstacle from an angle of at least 45 degrees with less speed than you might if you were running straight-on. This becomes useful if you’re coming out of another technique with little room to run between the two.
3.)Unlike the speed vault, your hand will come in contact with the obstacle around the same time if not slightly before your feet leave the ground. Your final step in combination with a push/pull motion of your lead hand will provide the boost to overcome the obstacle.
4.)As your legs and torso begin come to a point even with the plane of the obstacle you will begin to rotate your torso and bring your trailing hand towards your hips, near the spot where your lead hand is resting on the wall. As your trailing hand makes contact, you’ll remove your lead hand while rotating towards your trailing hand, which is now supporting your weight on the obstacle. From this point, you can adjust the rotation to choose your path as you land.
5.)Once you adjust your rotation, it’s merely a matter of preparing to absorb the shock of the landing and quickly continue on your way.
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