I came across a video a month ago showing Troy Corser instructing a class which has changed the way i ride for the better. And it has been lots of fun to try. After doing CSS and loving it i was working on all the drills that they taught me. I became a better rider instantly after each day of coaching. I've been working on my body position and foot work for a while now. My right turns, although getting better with practice, never felt quite as good as my left and I'd had many theories as to why this was so. It seems now that the culprit was body position and foot work. I'd feel weight on my bars turning right and i felt uncomfortable mid corner. I wasn't doing it right but i was getting there. Searching for solutions as to what i should be doing on the bike i found this video. It may not be everyone's cup of tea but I recommend watching it. I'm still thinking about whether it fits in with what i have learned at CSS. I don't think it does but i want it to. The video gave me a totally new view. Some of the foundations of riding corners I'd learned and adopted, i watched, are old hat!? The result has been fantastic. I feel very planted to the bike on left and right turns. I can get my elbow, head and shoulders down low without putting pressure on the bars and the bike is more stable. Plus i feel like i can ride for days now...I ain't no spring chicken. I thought I'd share and if anyone else has any vids on this topic I'd love to see them.