Keep the handle position consistent
Where you hold the handle is key to having both power and control. Letting the handle rise is a common mistake that will pull your upper body ahead of your lower body. Think of it this way: If you were to tie the rope to your body rather than hold the handle, you would tie it to your hips for the most relaxed ride. Keeping the handle low and close to your hips is the best way to keep the pull coming from the center of your body.
Adam Errington On Handle Position
— “Handle control is still something I stress on. In fact, I think about it every time I ride.”
— “Sometimes it’s awkward finding the perfect handle placement, but if you work at it, though, it will become second nature.”
— “It’s key to keep the handle low and close to your hip. It’s how you generate power, balance and muscle memory.”