Dressage School: A Sourcebook of Movements and Tips Demonstrated by Olympian Isabell Werth
Trafalgar Square Books, 2009 - 193 Seiten
In this fantastically detailed and uniquely organized reference, 2008 Olympic gold and silver medal-winner Isabell Werth demonstrates the what, the how, and—most importantly—the why of more than 100 dressage movements. She shows readers how each should look, explains common mistakes and how to avoid them, and then describes the benefit of the exercise and how it contributes to the dressage training scale. In addition, emphasis is placed on the horse as an individual and customizing movements and lessons to benefit any animal, with their particular physical and psychological characteristics in mind. Practical and easy-to-follow, this resource promises to take the mystery out of dressage schooling forever.
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Just what I was looking for!Nutzerbericht - Overstock.com
Just what I wanted for learning this sport. Will refer to it very often - my NEW handbook!
Review: Dressage School: A Sourcebook of Movements and Tips Demonstrated by Olympian Isabell WerthNutzerbericht - Tamara Taylor - Goodreads
This book was not as I expected it would be, but still helped me gain a better understanding of some dressage movements that I was unsure of. Vollständige Rezension lesen