Coaching tools can help a rider to identify problems and make decisions, both during the course of lessons and in high-pressure competition situations.
The science behind competition coaching, and how modern teaching methods can better simulate the pressures and choices riders have to make in the ring.
Implementing a Yearly Training Plan can help you and your horse attain your equestrian competition goals by focussing on precise weekly objectives.
Train your eyes to perform like a professional equestrian’s for improved concentration, precision, and consistency in the show ring.
If done correctly, gymnastics target specific muscle groups to increase a show jumper’s athletic ability: strength, flexibility, agility and coordination.
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