The front foot presses the pedal lightly, the rear foot leans backwards and downward, the body leans slightly forward, and both hands grab the steering handle, slightly lifting;
The rear foot pushes hard backwards and downwards. At the same time, the front foot and hand push slightly forward. Note that it is the front, not the bottom. The strength of the rear foot and the direction of force of the hand are very important. The greater the strength of the rear foot, the easier it is to start.
Starting is crucial, and many players are starting high school and getting tired,
If we can get started, it's going to be a lot easier.
Control the balance and rhythm, use the physics resonance principle, keep up with your power release,
Step harder, step harder, hand less,
Probably the power ratio is foot 7: hand 3.
You can fly on the water.
Ideal Learning Environment:
Find a pool. Wear a life jacket so that you can easily pull or push the waterfowl to the shore when you fall into the water during learning.