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Rider Fitness : Body And Brain : 180 Anytime, Anywhere Exercises To Enhance Range Of Motion, Motor Control, Reaction Time, Flexibility, Balance, And Muscle Memory (2011)
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Call Number 798.23/MEYNERS,E


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Adult Nonfiction798.23/MEYNERS,EAvailable
Published: North Pomfret, Vt. : Trafalgar Square Books, 2011
Description:  x, 198 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9781570764820 (pbk.), 1570764824 (pbk.), 9781570764820,
Language:  English


Translation of: Aufwärm-Programm für Reiter and Übungs-programm im Sattel

"Ideal for riders looking to get fit, this program helps equestrians at every level improve their riding position and endurance and work out like professionals. Ground exercises help to develop suppleness, flexibility, and coordination, while simple mounted exercises help riders correct common problems such as seat stability and aid coordination. The activities--demonstrated by an Olympic dressage rider--are specially created for athletes to help them reach peak strength. Perfect for both the barn and the show circuit, this guide is also designed to help reduce stress and tension in the saddle"--

"Step-by-step instructions for rider exercises off and on the horse to better their performance and ability to communicate functionally with their horse"--

Related Searches:
Horsemanship -- Study and teaching.
Horsemanship -- Training.
Exercise.
Horses -- Health.
Horses -- Exercise.
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Additional Credits:
Welling, Julia.

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