I haven't done a lot of cat leaps but I do that too. I think technically speaking it would be better to land with both feet so that you can absorb the impact more depending on how far the cat leap is. Just try not to think about the climb-up on the way into your cat leap and rather just sticking it, see if that helps you land with both feet together.
Yeah, that's what I was thinking about absorbing the impact. I guess right now it doesn't matter much since I'm not thinking of doing anything too big anytime soon, but it could turn into a bad habit. I think that maybe that one leg lower is a sort of safety thing where I still have a fear in the back of my head haha!
Very nice and clean, I have actually never tried one of these due to the fact that there is no where to try it around where i live lol.
I'm sure you can find somewhere
Your best bet is to drive really hard on the kong. Dont dive, use split foot take off, sink level with the object you are konging and use a lot of strength. when you release from the object you are going to want to pull back and keep your knees real tight in your chest (it helps me keep momentum). wear loose shorts so you dont feel constricted.
The farthest i have ever kong/percision is about 6 feet. funny thing is, the landing was a couple inches higher then the take off.
Yeah I figured most of those things out that day with several bails. I actually tried about 7 times before I got what you see in the video, that's why Ballzy, the dude recording, said "Was that so hard?" Haha!
But what I meant was just your basic cat leap. Not a kong-cat. Something like this:▌ ▌
With you on top of one of the two walls leaping to the other.