Jan 04

Welcome to Ken Hill Coaching

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How do the fast guys…go fast?

Can you really make me a better rider?

How do I know what riding information is right?

How do I know if I am on the right line?

Why do I keep crashing?

How do I win races at any level of competition?

How can I shortcut the learning process?

What is the order to the sport?

What are the fundamentals of motorcycle riding?

I can answer these questions and teach you to ride faster and safer, regardless of your environment. Whether you are new to the street or the track, or are riding in the World Championships, my experience and teaching techniques will enable you to develop the skills and understanding necessary to meet your goals. Since every student is unique and has individual needs and goals, each coaching session is structured around what you need, at that particular time. Having raced for over 20 years and instructed professionally for the last ten, producing multiple National Champions, I have the knowledge, tools, and environment available to make your goals a reality. My dual approach to building on-the-bike as well as off-the-bike techniques will help you create habits that unlock your true riding potential.

Ken Hill

ph: 510-755-3638     khcoaching@gmail.com

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Jan 19

Revzilla – How pros use rider coaches anyhow it can help you –

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Jan 14

Listen in to Podcast #62 as Ken talks about what it takes behind the scenes to enable improvement. Listeners can support the podcasts by clicking on the link: goo.gl/ORYax2

Podcast Notes:

This podcast opens up what goes on behind the scenes of what the best riders in the world do, to enable improvement.

-Setting long term goals
-Embracing proper methodology
-What makes up an athlete
-Evaluating the 3 aspects of an athlete and how that fits in your world
-Separating training and practice
-Evaluating your time and money budgets
-Evaluating your motorcycle and equipment needs
-Establishing short term goals that align with your long term goals.

Jan 14

 

Listen in to Podcast #61 as Ken talks about why riding a dirt bike is a huge part of getting better in our sport. Listeners can support the podcasts by clicking on the link: goo.gl/ORYax2

Podcast Notes:

Have you ever wondered why the best riders in the world train on dirt bikes?

Why and how can a dirt bike help your riding?

This week on episode 61 Ken delves into all the ways training in a low grip environment can help you reach your street or track riding goals.

No matter what bike or discipline you chose, Ken outlines a number of ways in which you can work on your technique, while exercising your eyes, mind and body.

Whatever your flavour; 110 CC mini bikes on a 15 second oval, riding hare scrambles on a 450 or anything in the middle, you will become a better rider training & practicing in the dirt.

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