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Good. Now . . First thing you want to do is bend your knees. Marcus: Like this? Mina: Yeah . . Now lean back. . All right, good. . Doing great. (A bit later . . ) Mina: Now, pretend your knees are like springs. When you hit a bump . . Marcus: There’re bumps?! I thought we were on the bunny trail! Mina: We are . . but yeah . . there might be a couple of small ones . . Marcus: Well, what do I do then?! Mina: Just go with the flow. Pretend your knees are springs. Let them bend with the curve of the terrain.

Mina: This WILL BE your practice. Let’s go up to the top. Marcus: Yikes, from the top this hill looks a lot steeper than I thought . . Mina: They always do . . you just have to see your path down, and make up your mind to follow it. Marcus: Uhh . . Mina: Listen, don’t worry, you have the basics. It’s all downhill from here . . Literally. Marcus: Very funny. Mina: Best thing about a day on the slopes is the evening. Tonight, you’re going to sleep like a log, my friend. Here we go . . Marcus: Mina, if I buy the farm on the way down, I think you should know .

Don’t be such a stick in the mud! Here, take my hand. Good. Now . . First thing you want to do is bend your knees. Marcus: Like this? Mina: Yeah . . Now lean back. . All right, good. . Doing great. (A bit later . . ) Mina: Now, pretend your knees are like springs. When you hit a bump . . Marcus: There’re bumps?! I thought we were on the bunny trail! Mina: We are . . but yeah . . there might be a couple of small ones . . Marcus: Well, what do I do then?! Mina: Just go with the flow. Pretend your knees are springs.

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