Biomechanical training theory
Not only for competition horses, but also for the leisure horse, it is essential to train correctly in order to protect the body and protect it from diseases and injuries that we can cause. A lack of basic knowledge of anatomy and training principles, but above all a tangled mess of training paths or equipment trends, makes it difficult for tournament and leisure riders to train their horses in a healthy and targeted manner.
In the four-part series "Biomechanical training theory" we would like to convey the most important anatomical-functional connections and targeted training content, which are indispensable in daily work, across riding styles and disciplines. The content and exercises are not only useful in dressage, but also for jumping, western or cross-country riding. Building on this four-part basic series, the four-part special series is still available, which deals with specific problem complexes in horse training and use. In addition, the lunging course biomechanical training theory is available to those interested, in which eye training and work on the cavesson are developed according to biomechanical principles. No prior training is required for this course.
Leisure and tournament riders of all disciplines, trainers
Part I crookedness of the forehand
Part II Straightening of the hindquarters
Part III Horizontal Balance
Part IV Assembly
Special series: Leaning and back problems
Special Series: Hypermobility
Special Series: Diseases of the Forelimbs
Special Series: Pelvic Limb Disorders
Lunging course biomechanical training theory
Instructor Anna Jantscher
Horse therapist Diana Landskron