Forgive SBK, I'll translate and use limited syballic words so SBK can follow along
Your shopping list should look something like this:
1) Balls of feet on pegs. In time it will be OK to move them slightly, but for now anchor just the balls contacting
2) When transitioning
your body from one side of your bike to the other for a series of esses, plant your weight on the balls of your feet very firmly on the pegs and lift your arse off the saddle using only your legs - not using your arms/hands. And... make all you movements well before
3) There will be moments when you're confronted
with a set of corners where you'll actually want to 'set up' on the wrong side of the saddle for the 1st one, so that you can negotiate
a more complex 2nd turn, in which case you won't worry about upsetting
for a more crucial drive down the upcoming
4) Elbows down! You do not ride a sportbike like an MX bike.
5) Like golf, grasp the grips the same way a golfer clings to his/her club - just tight enough to keep your hands on it. You're not trying to ring a chicken's neck. This is also what results when certain riders experience
forearm pump, which sometimes requires surgery
6) Eyes up and level with the horizon
! Don't look down if you want to keep it up
7)Do not crowd the gas tank with you jewels.
This short list should give you plenty to ponder. And do let us know how your next track day goes.
Oh apologies to SBK
, I tried to keep it simple, but there were a few words over two syllables:
(3-syllables) Contacting; confronted; actually; upsetting; suspension; upcoming; surgery; horizon.
(4-syllables) Transitioning; negotiate; experience.
PM me buddy if you need me to decipher any of the red coloured words