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Teaching Basic Jumping By Martin Diggle

Teaching Basic Jumping by Martin Diggle

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Summary

The author of this book's main concern is to ensure the introduction of novice riders to a safe and effective jumping technique. The book encourages instructors to examine their own theories and practices, and to abandon any tendencies toward muddled thinking or unsafe instruction.

Teaching Basic Jumping Summary

Teaching Basic Jumping by Martin Diggle

Martin Diggle's main concern in writing this book is to ensure the introduction of novice riders to a safe and effective jumping technique. In his position of co-ordinator of tuition with the Greater London Council Riding Clubs, he has observed a disquieting proportion of riders who do not progress to the stage at which they have the confidence or ability to tackle even a small course of jumps with success. Thus, the purpose of this book is to encourage instructors to examine their own theories and practices, and to abandon any tendencies toward mystique, muddled thinking, erroneous or unsafe instruction.

Table of Contents

Qualities of the Teacher; the pupil and his background; facilities, horses and equipment; jumping theory; jumping in practice; cross-country jumping; jumping problems; falls; courses.

Additional information

GOR001703014
Teaching Basic Jumping by Martin Diggle
Used - Very Good
Paperback
The Crowood Press Ltd
1990-12-01
141
0851314813
9780851314815
N/A
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