The weather in California is set to be warm with some sunshine and a gentle breeze. Perfect for some training I reckon. The handsome boy above is a big horse, a hunter-jumper with that great rolling ta-da-dam, clockwork canter that I have only ever seen en mass in hunters (as in, US Hunters, not UK hunters).
I love variety in my teaching because it challenges me and keeps me on my toes. Few days ago I was discussing trot rhythm and importance of neutral pelvis position with my lovely client near Edinburgh, yesterday…ah, you can read about it in my yesterday’s post 🙂 and today, tweaking a training plan for newest students in San Francisco.
All this thanks to internet and a beauty of virtual coaching. I’m so passionate about it not only for selfish reasons (like not having to board a plane and fly for 10 hours! or being able to work from anywhere in the world) but also because it has always been my ambition to find a system of quality training that is both individual/personalised and affordable for riders regardless their location, level of riding, type of horse or resources.
It simply is a genius solution 🙂 If you haven’t yet tried virtual coaching Aspire Equestrian style, I hope you will give it a go one day!
- The magic of a virtual training programme (aspireequestrian.wordpress.com)