Posted 09 June 2011 - 10:21 AM
i have been operating for about 2 yrs now and i find that my threads are changing.
perhaps my waist is slimming down or im getting fatter
but in Jerrys dvd he says that they will change as you get better/posture improves etc
im hoping this is the case!!!
is there a way/trick too check your threads in the field? or when at home practicing?
i adjusted side to side 2 wks ago (2turns) and now again side to side (1/2 turn)
it amazes me what a difference it makes to the feel of the sled and how it affects operating.
do you guys stand in your operating position and check?
or do u stand with weight on both feet and then check?
Posted 09 June 2011 - 11:37 AM
Posted 09 June 2011 - 01:36 PM
Now check your reflection from the side. The centre of your shoulder should be above the centre of your pelvis. Adjust fore–aft for that.
If I used volume controls, I'd just turn them up to 11.
Posted 09 June 2011 - 02:10 PM
I very often fine tune between takes also, while wearing the rig- I loosen the bottom screw a bit, then swing the rig behind me and tighten the top screw- or vice versa.
I almost never change the side to side adjustment though. Only for going to the hard mount and back to the soft mount (vest). If I feel that it should be side to side adjusted when soft mounted, I check that the vest fits me perfectly, as it gets tilted sometimes if not buckled properly and then I just readjust my vest and it's fine again.
For me on soft mount the side to side is lower bit- 1/2 turns out and top bit is about 4 and a 1/2 turns out.