To Improve Your Riding, Change Your Patterns of Movement

To learn a new riding skill we need to understand the feeling we’re looking for as well as find a way to break our old habits and patterns of movement.

Trying to do this cognitively only from verbal instruction (how riding is most often taught) isn’t always very effective.

But when we can discover what the new skill or movement feels like and when we can think of the learning process as experimentation we will learn faster and avoid frustration.

This is what I’d like to share with you today – how to use the simple idea of using tools and exercises to improve your riding and have fun at the same time!

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