So because I’m trying to feel the lift I’m using very little brake. Just a touch on either side. Just enough to feel the glider, what it’s doing. I’m inclined, all the way. That’s quite good and if I turn to the right I can feel that it’s soft that side. Alright, so I’m not going to go that way. Put it back this way. And keep flying sometimes the lift is just a line, it isn’t actually a thermal, it’s just microlift, so, I’m just, just working. Now, what I’m doing with the brakes here is I’m keeping some tension on all the time so when it goes slack, I’m coming down on the brakes a bit, but not too much, you’re not holding it down like this and stalling the wing. It’s just a bit of reaction. What you’re trying to do is you’re trying to stop the glider diving ahead of you. Okay, best way to do it turn If you’re just putting the brake you see it lifts on the brake hand side and makes the corner actually slower, so I’m going round, with my weight shift away from the turn. And a better way to setup that whole turn cycle, first, hands up, then weight shift and then turn and see how quick the turn is now, ok. Ok, not a lot out here. A little bit of pressure there, so I’m pulling to the right, that’s a nice thermal, my left side is slack, right side’s got a bit of lift ok, pull, turning well, there’s the pressure so I’m tightening up on the thermal. And now I’m leaning out, pressure is not so strong, there it is again it’s kicking me so I’m leaning into the thermal, keeping my weight on the inside and there’s the pressure, that’s where I tighten up everytime I feel more pressure, I’m tightening up on the brake. Good, my inside brake does the turn. And I use my outside brake just to widen the turn occasionally and to make sure the outside tip doesn’t collapse. There’s a bit of a core so I’m pulling on the brake, I’m leaning into the thermal, I’m letting the glider come right And now, when the outside…….and round we go. And I’ve built up a little tension with the outside wing. So, if I need to whip it around, release the outside, get a 90 degree quick turn. And then get back into the core.