The Rider And Driver

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Developmental Coaching Working With The Self

Author: Bachkirova, Tatiana
Editor: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
ISBN: 0335238556
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This groundbreaking book introduces a new theory of developmental coaching and a new framework for coaching practice.

High Performance Disability Sport Coaching

Author: Geoffery Z. Kohe
Editor: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1317507169
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As the profile of disability sport has risen, so has the emphasis grown beyond participation to include the development of a high performance environment. This book is the first to take an in-depth look at the role of coaches and coaching in facilitating the professionalisation of disability sport, in raising performance standards, and as an important vector for the implementation of significant political, socio-cultural and technological change. Using in-depth case studies of elite disability sport coaches from around the world, the book offers a framework for critical reflection on coaching practice as well as the reader’s own experiences of disability sport. The book also evaluates the vital role of the coach in raising the bar of performance in a variety of elite level disability sports, including athletics, basketball, boccia, equestrian sport, rowing, soccer, skiing, swimming and volleyball. Providing a valuable evidence-based learning resource to support coaches and students in developing their own practice, High Performance Disability Sport Coaching is essential reading for all those interested in disability sport, coaching practice, elite sport development and the Paralympic Games.

Improving Gender Equity In Sports Coaching

Author: Leanne Norman
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1000426580
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The sport coaching profession has historically been and continues to be a White male-dominated occupation and this remains a global issue. This imbalance persists despite an improvement in wider social attitudes and legislation towards equality and diversity within many societies, and despite the action by sporting organisations and national governing bodies. Within the research literature, the underrepresentation of women in sport coaching is a well-documented issue with a number of research studies highlighting the experiences and impact of being in the minority for women coaches. The issue of gender inequity in sport coaching is a long-standing one and shows little sign of changing significantly anytime soon. Therefore, a new approach is needed, one that draws on the knowledge and evidence we have to create actionable, sustainable, deep-rooting interventions that challenge the issue of gender equity at its very core. The overall purpose of Improving Gender Equity in Sports Coaching is to take an action or forward-thinking approach about what works, or could work, to improve the recruitment, development, or promotion of women sport coaches. The book brings together a global group of esteemed scholars working in this subject area. In this book, we have brought together not just the insight but also a collection of strategies and recommendations as to how this research could be or has been utilised to make our sport coaching envrionment places where all coaches feel as though they belong. As such, this ground-breaking book is a must read not just for students and researchers of gender equity in sport but also for policy and decision-makers working in sport.

Coaching The Rider

Author: Jane Houghton Brown
Editor: Wiley-Blackwell
ISBN: 9780632039319
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The definitive text on teaching the rider, this book covers all aspects of teaching technique including beginner riders, examination candidates and professionals competing up to international level. Areas covered include a history of riding instruction, teaching and coaching as a career, designing lesson plans, communication and people skills, goal setting and achieving that goal, psychology of teaching and how people learn, the horse/rider relationship, teaching the disabled, children and beginner adults, coaching for competition and overcoming nerves and rider limitations. The book starts with the theory and psychology of teaching and learning and moves on to teaching the beginner and pony and riding club work, followed by training the individual to improve riding skills for examinations or competitions.

The Science Of Equestrian Sports

Author: Inga Wolframm
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1136193421
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The Science of Equestrian Sports is a comprehensive study of the theory and practice of the rider in equine sport. While most scholarship to date has focused on the horse in competition, this is the first book to collate current data relating specifically to riders. It provides valuable insight into improving sporting performance and maintaining the safety of both the horse and the rider. Drawing on the latest scientific research, and covering a wide range of equestrian disciplines from horseracing to eventing, the book systematically explores core subjects such as: physiology of the rider sport psychology in equestrian sport preventing injury biomechanics and kinematics coaching equestrian sport the nature of horse-rider relationships This holistic and scientific examination of the role of the horse rider is essential reading for sport science students with an interest in equestrian sport and equitation. Furthermore, it will be an invaluable resource for instructors, coaches, sport psychologists, or physiologists working with equestrian athletes.

International Rider One

Author: Melanie Patton
Editor: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781475148350
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International Rider I - Foundation Horsemanship - The International Riding Academy offers four main levels of horsemanship. These levels are progressive and designed for riders 12 years and older, however there are open to riders of any age. Riders not yet ready for this program and try the Young Rider program with four easier levels. This program is not designed to replace a riding coach or instructor, rather to just aid in riding lessons. In fact, the program can help as a guideline in the coach's riding lesson program. As well, the levels give the student a proper horsemanship skill base and education in stable management. Graduates of the program can go on to become Stable Managers, Horse Trainers and Coaches! Each level consists of a Work book and informative DVDs. Testing is open book and all multiple choice. A passing grade is 60%. Mounted work is done by video testing and passing grade is 55%. There are several tests for each level, the majority will be theory tests and there will always be one riding theory test. Mounted videos are: Assessment, Flat and Gymnastic (except Rider I). Classical Horsemanship is the foundation of all disciplines, therefore it is also used as a base test for the levels, however not everyone enjoys English riding; therefore, there is also a Western option. A rider may use one to several horses for testing and there is no time limit. The rider just needs to be a current member and enrolled in the proper riding level class. Upon completion a rider will be issued a certificate. Tests can be sent in anytime. Riding tests are done once per semester with four semesters throughout the year. Danish award ribbons are awarded for each mounted test. The rider level program is closely structured to the theories of the four great riding schools of classical horsemanship, Vienna, Jerez, Lisbon and Saumur, as well as from some of the world's top riders of all time. The systemic levels increase in difficulty and intensity. Rider I is for all ages who wish to study ground work, safety and the riding basics that should not be skipped by even the experienced rider. Even though Rider I is the beginning stage of horsemanship and considered an introduction, it covers a lot of theory of the aids and gaits in order to set the rider's education for the next level up. Riders learn and show the basics of riding walk trot with some aids. The rider should have an independent seat and not balance on the horse's mouth. Riders must show safety skills and confidence in the saddle as well as on the ground. Sometimes the aid of a coach is allowed in the tests, however it must be predominantly the rider performing all tasks and issuing orders for how to help if need be, such as hold the halter, or help lift the saddle (should the rider by very small or young). But excessive coaching and outside interference is prohibited, especially in the Classical tests. Tack can vary in styles, but not be mixed and matched. For example, an English rider should use all English tack and attire. Rider clothing can be academic. Please, refer to the Disciplines for proper tack and attire. The horse's turn-out is important, however the horse does not need to be clipped or braided. An effort must be shown to have the horse clean and presentable. During the test a reader can call out directions. Once you have purchased this book, contact the International Riding Academy for details and the rest of the course information for free. For more information and the course syllabus, refer to the website http: //iracademy.webs.com

The Rider

Author: Edgar Rice Burroughs
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International Rider One

Author: International Riding Academy
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ISBN: 9781720039853
File Size: 43,16 MB
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International Rider I - Foundation Horsemanship - The International Riding Academy offers four main levels of horsemanship. These levels are progressive and designed for riders 12 years and older, however there are open to riders of any age. Riders not yet ready for this program and try the Young Rider program with four easier levels.This program is not designed to replace a riding coach or instructor, rather to just aid in riding lessons. In fact, the program can help as a guideline in the coach's riding lesson program. As well, the levels give the student a proper horsemanship skill base and education in stable management.Graduates of the program can go on to become Stable Managers, Horse Trainers and Coaches!Each level consists of a Work book and informative DVDs. Testing is open book and all multiple choice. A passing grade is 60%. Mounted work is done by video testing and passing grade is 55%. There are several tests for each level, the majority will be theory tests and there will always be one riding theory test. Mounted videos are: Assessment, Flat and Gymnastic (except Rider I). Classical Horsemanship is the foundation of all disciplines, therefore it is also used as a base test for the levels, however not everyone enjoys English riding; therefore, there is also a Western option.A rider may use one to several horses for testing and there is no time limit. The rider just needs to be a current member and enrolled in the proper riding level class.Upon completion a rider will be issued a certificate.Tests can be sent in anytime. Riding tests are done once per semester with four semesters throughout the year. Danish award ribbons are awarded for each mounted test.The rider level program is closely structured to the theories of the four great riding schools of classical horsemanship, Vienna, Jerez, Lisbon and Saumur, as well as from some of the world's top riders of all time. The systemic levels increase in difficulty and intensity. Rider I is for all ages who wish to study ground work, safety and the riding basics that should not be skipped by even the experienced rider.Even though Rider I is the beginning stage of horsemanship and considered an introduction, it covers a lot of theory of the aids and gaits in order to set the rider's education for the next level up. Riders learn and show the basics of riding walk trot with some aids. The rider should have an independent seat and not balance on the horse's mouth. Riders must show safety skills and confidence in the saddle as well as on the ground. Sometimes the aid of a coach is allowed in the tests, however it must be predominantly the rider performing all tasks and issuing orders for how to help if need be, such as hold the halter, or help lift the saddle (should the rider by very small or young). But excessive coaching and outside interference is prohibited, especially in the Classical tests.Tack can vary in styles, but not be mixed and matched. For example, an English rider should use all English tack and attire.Rider clothing can be academic. Please, refer to the Disciplines for proper tack and attire.The horse's turn-out is important, however the horse does not need to be clipped or braided. An effort must be shown to have the horse clean and presentable.During the test a reader can call out directions. Once you have purchased this book, contact the International Riding Academy for details and the rest of the course information for free.For more information and the course syllabus, refer to the website http://iracademy.webs.com

No Brakes

Author: Sandra Sutherland
Editor: Iris Press (West)
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Survey book of bicycle track racing on the velodrome, reviewing champions in events, rules and strategies of events, history, list of velodromes and dimensions in the US and in the world. The single best resource on velodrome racing in the US.

Cheval Et Diff Rences

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The Coaching Clinic

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Chronicle Of The Horse

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Snow Boarding Experts

Author: Christof Weiss
Editor: Barrons Educational Series Incorporated
ISBN: 9780764107382
File Size: 47,52 MB
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The newest sport in the 1998 Winter Olympics, snowboarding has become the rage among winter sports enthusiasts. Here's a handsome book that instructs both novice and more advanced snowboarders in every aspect of training, conditioning, and developing technique. Detailed in words and pictures are the basics of balance, racing, performing straight jumps, freestyle, freeriding, slalom, and all other maneuvers that snowboarders can master for competition or for pleasure. More than 150 brilliant full-color photos on high-gloss paper include exciting action shots, step-by-step instructions for performing all maneuvers, and even how-to photos and diagrams showing how to keep a snowboard tuned and in good condition. In addition to the dramatic photos, readers will find dozens of full-color charts, diagrams, checklists, and other attractive and helpful sidebar features to enlighten them on details of training and mastering this exciting action sport Here is an unusually good looking and instructive book with surefire appeal to all who love snow sports.

Coaching Review

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St Neots Past

Author: Rosa Young
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The author describes how the earliest, Neolithic settlements developed by the time the Romans came. After the fall of Rome, Saxon invaders moved in and Leofric built a priory within the parish of Eynesbury and acquired the bones of St Neot to put in it. With the granting of a market the Priory broke away from Eynesbury and became St Neot's town. " ... packed with illustrations ... a well-researched and eminently readable book ... " St Neots Citizen

The Uscta Book Of Eventing

Author: Sally O'Connor
Editor: Addison Wesley Publishing Company
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