Whether I like it or not I think I have to be finished jumping really early on colder days. I went out to 45 degrees, which wasn't horrible because the sun was out. But the increasing headwind cut short what started off to be a very good vault day. By the time I finished it was 55 but the headwind was too much.
I was moving my 4m/167/16.3 to the point that on a normal day I may have been able to turn up from 2 strides/4 steps, which is a baseline for me. But the problem is that a light headwind as the sun comes up grows in strength until you just can't fight it anymore. I was hitting my positions and my 15.5 was too small at 12' from 4/8 before I had to stop because the wind became unbearable.
I'm good at jumping in bad conditions but EVERY DAY is this way so I need to start jumping later. The reason I haven't is because I have running, bars and lifting also, and it's hard for me to get that done, eat and then get back for the kids. SO, I will move the kid's jump day from Thursday to Wednesday and I should be fine. Sunday is a non-issue as I can just go out later.
ANYWAY, very please that I'm moving bigger poles and found consistency in my positions. Just need more jumps. Have a great day! Bubba
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