i find just building up works, e.g.
say i want to be able to do cat onto the wall at 4, but cant bring my self to do it, i would start at 1, which is easily in range, move on to 2, when 2 is as comfortable as 1 move onto 3, try 4, if i cant get my self to do it, i go back to 3 until i'm happy, then i try 4.
also trying to just precision the length of 4 on the ground next to it to get in into your mind that [b:27fb50a78a]you can make that distance[/b:27fb50a78a] helps.
yeah, and breaking it up and repeating, when i first tried reverse vault i just put one hand on the rail, stepped over it the way you do when you do the vault properly, basically i did it in slow motion, then i did a lazy vault back over without letting go of the rail, then did the part of the reverse vault that goes over the rail again, then lazy vault back over then i tried doing the part, then i basically just kept going back and forwards for 15 mins or so constantly, when i was happy i could do the middle bit of the reverse vault i then tried doing it from standing next to the bar then getting hold of the bar then doing it, then i tried walking at the bar and doing it, then i tried putting it all together and jogging at the bar. then i started again with the other hand on the rail so i could do the vault on both sides.
very rough animation of what i mean of repeating doing the middle of the reverse vault then lazy then middle of reverse then lazy (i just did lazy because it was a quick way to get back to the other side of the rail to try the middle of the reverse again)
http://personalpages.manchester.ac.uk/s ... vault2.avi
set your mediaplayer onto repeat to see what i mean (the video is designed to be looped)