RIDER BIOMECHANICS TRAINING SYSTEM LEVEL 2

Module 1 Introduction
Unit 1 INTRODUCTION
Unit 2 LOTS OF PIECES
Unit 3 POSITIVE INTENTION
Unit 4 TYPES OF RIDERS
Unit 5 SHORTEN YOUR REINS TO YOU
Unit 6 ARMPIT TENDONS
Unit 7 SHORTEN YOUR REINS IN WALK
Unit 8 HOMEWORK
Module 2 Halt
Unit 1 THE AIDS FOR HALT
Unit 2 WATER SKI, MOTOR BOAT
Unit 3 THE PASSIVE RESISTANCE
Unit 4 THE HORSE'S RELATIONSHIP TO THE BIT
Unit 5 RIDE FORWARD IN TO THE HALT
Unit 6 AVOIDING MISTAKE PREVENTION MODE
Unit 7 WALK HALTS
Unit 8 WHO TAKES WHO?
Unit 9 CONTROLLING THE SPEED OF THE LEGS
Unit 10 HOMEWORK
Module 3 Halt Walk
Unit 1 AN INTRODUCTION TO HALT WALK
Unit 2 WATERSKI MOTORBOAT EXAMPLES
Unit 3 THE AIDS FROM HALT TO WALK
Unit 4 BELIEVE IT
Unit 5 KEEPING THE HORSE'S ATTENTION
Unit 6 CHANNEL CHANGER
Unit 7 HALT TO WALK EXAMPLES
Unit 8 HOMEWORK
Module 4 Rising Trot
Unit 1 INTRODUCTION TO RISING TROT
Unit 2 RISING TROT PRESUPPOSITIONS
Unit 3 BIOMECHANICS PRESUPPOSTIONS
Unit 4 INCORRECT VERSIONS OF RISING TROT
Unit 5 DEMONSTRATION OF MECHANICS ON FOOT
Unit 6 RISING TROT HANDS ON
Unit 7 ELONGATING THE FRONT
Unit 8 THE KNEELING EXERCISE
Unit 9 RISING TROT MIRROR EXERCISES
Unit 10 HOMEWORK
Module 5 Rising Trot in Practice
Unit 1 BALANCE AT THE TOP OF THE RISE
Unit 2 START LEARNING WITH DOWN UP
Unit 3 RISING TROT BALANCE EXERCISES
Unit 4 RISING TROT - THE GOOD, THE BAD & THE UGLY
Unit 5 AN INTRODUCTION TO KARIN & RHUBEN
Unit 6 GIRD UP YOUR LOINS IN WALK
Unit 7 SHRINK YOUR PELVIS
Unit 8 GIRD UP AND LET GO IN TROT
Unit 9 THE PHASES OF RISING TROT
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