BETTER RIDING IN 5 MINUTES A DAY COMBO SET: THE DVD + bOOK
BETTER RIDING IN 5 MINUTES A DAY -- THE BOOK
Simple Solutions for Better Position and Performance in No Time.
Wendy Murdoch 5 minutes a day is all the time you need to achieve:
• Better balance in the saddle
• Improved body control from head to toe
• Increased influence with your seat
• Flawless leg position and subtle aiding
• Quieter, softer hands and contact your horse can trust
• Less physical stiffness, tension, and riding-related pain
• Confidence in your ability to communicate with your horse
PLUS, in just 5 minutes you can improve a horse that's:
• Unwilling to go forward or "dead" to the leg
• Hollow-backed, high-headed, or above the bit
• Heavy on the forehand and unbalanced
• A chronic "puller," "leaner," or "head-tosser"
BOOK: Nard Binding
PAGES: 202 pages Pages
Pub Date: 2010
List Price: 27.95
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Item #: 1679
50 5- MINUTE FIXES TO IMPROVE YOUR RIDING: THE DVD
Start or end your riding sessions with Wendy Murdoch's 5-Minute Fixes. Transform what you can't do to what you can do. You'll be amazed how quickly you can replace bad habits with good ones!
In this DVD, learn Wendy's favorite solutions for better position, how to perform them safely and correctly, as well as how and why each Fix works.
The following Fixes from Wendy's international bestseller 50 5-Minute Fixes to Improve Your Riding are included:
Fix 3: Look the Other Way
Fix 6: Ribs Forward for Shoulders Back
Fix 10: Finding Your Lower Back Position
Fix 12: Back Up Your Heel Position
Fix 17: Sitting the Canter
Fix 24: Stop Pulling on Your Horse
Fix 32: Solve Your Leg Position with an Equiband
Fix 33: Reach for Your Toes
Fix 41: Help for Unsteady Hands
ALSO AVAILABLE: The book that started it all!
DVD: 60 minutes Minutes
REGION: 1 - Region 1 - North America
Pub Date: 2014
List Price: 24.95
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Item #: 2288
ABOUT WENDY MURDOCH Wendy is an internationally recognized equestrian author, instructor, and clinician. She teaches her students how to do what great riders do naturally. Her desire to understand the function of both horse and human and love of teaching capitalizes on the most current learning theories in order show riders how to exceed their own expectations. In 1984, while attaining her master’s degree in equine reproductive physiology, Wendy suffered a severe riding accident. Her self-rehabilitation started a quest to understand and answer the question of how to ride pain-free, using the body as it was designed. Wendy’s uncanny ability to find and study with the best people in a variety of fields and her profound curiosity make her unique.
Her studies include an apprenticeship with Sally Swift, as well as extensive training with Linda Tellington-Jones, Dr. Joyce Harman, Jon Zahourek (Anatomy in Clay®), and Dr. Hilary Clayton. To help her guide students toward better function, Wendy became a Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner® and continues her study with Dr. Feldenkrais’ first assistant, Mia Segal. Her fascination with the mind/body connection between horse and rider has led her to explore courses outside the equine world and bring that information to her students.
Wendy combines her creative talents with her scientific training to break down larger concepts of riding into simple, easy-to-do exercises for students of all ages, abilities, and disciplines. Her ability to make learning enjoyable, engaging, and fun through in-depth presentations—both mounted and unmounted—which are easy to comprehend, helps her students “connect the dots” and achieve their riding goals.
Wendy writes articles for a wide variety of magazines and is a regular contributor to Eclectic Horseman Magazine.