The Athletic Equestrian

In my Athletic Equestrian training system, I emphasize a methodical warm up and the use of my Equicize exercises to help riders overcome these common obstacles. The Athletic Equestrian training system is not just basic conditioning—it ...

Author: Sally Batton

Publisher: Trafalgar Square Books

ISBN: 9781646010523

Category: Sports & Recreation

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A proven rider training system to sharpen position and vastly improve skill in the saddle. Whether competing in the show ring or riding at home on the trail, every rider wants to be more secure and balanced in the saddle and effective with their aids. This innovative guide uses highly effective exercises to develop your athleticism on horseback so you can say goodbye to common rider problems, such as: Swinging lower legs. Stiff arms. Trouble balancing over the horse’s center of gravity. Half-halts that go unanswered. Incorrect mechanics, on the flat and in the jumping position. And more. Division I collegiate riding coach Sally Batton has spent over 30 years perfecting her methods specifically designed to refine and polish riders, whatever their level. In her work with hundreds of varsity team athletes, she found that trouble with position and lack of specific horsemanship skills happens for two reasons: First, riders may not have an understanding of the biomechanics required to maintain the correct position. Second, they may not have attained the suppleness and strength required to maintain a fluid, elastic position on the horse. Her secret to combatting these difficulties won her teams dozens of championships and awards through the years. Here you learn both her time-proven warm-up and her exciting “Equicize” routine: a series of progressive exercises similar to aerobics on horseback. Batton’s recommendations help you build and strengthen the major muscle groups used by equestrian athletes, and all exercises can be customized so you can raise or lower the intensity as needed to suit your age, level, and riding style. Plus, readers find dozens of creative training “hacks” that will get them on their way to greater levels of riding proficiency in no time at all.
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Greek Athletic Sports and Festivals

It began with a sacrifice to Poseidon,[358] and included athletic, equestrian, and musical competitions, and perhaps also a regatta. The athletic and equestrian events differed little from those at other festivals.

Author: E. Norman Gardiner

Publisher: DigiCat

ISBN: EAN:8596547254164

Category: Fiction

Page: 458

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DigiCat Publishing presents to you this special edition of "Greek Athletic Sports and Festivals" by E. Norman Gardiner. DigiCat Publishing considers every written word to be a legacy of humankind. Every DigiCat book has been carefully reproduced for republishing in a new modern format. The books are available in print, as well as ebooks. DigiCat hopes you will treat this work with the acknowledgment and passion it deserves as a classic of world literature.
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Athletics in the Ancient World

The festival which was closely modelled on the Panhellenic festivals included athletic, equestrian, and musical competitions and also a regatta. The victors received as a prize a wreath, and the Actiads were intended to form the basis ...

Author: E. Norman Gardiner

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 9780486147451

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 352

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Concise, convincing book emphasizes relationship between Greek and Roman athletics and religion, art, and education. Colorful descriptions of the pentathlon, foot-race, wrestling, boxing, ball playing, and more. 137 black-and-white illustrations.
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Nutrition Health and Athletic Performance

... n = 185 (Gender Athletes: 54.9 + 13.5 Micronutrients and college Athletes Equestrian Football, NR); Coaches; n = 131 Coaches: 65.9 + 14.3 Macronutrients (51.8 + 203) Tories McGehee etal. “... Golf, Ice-Hockey (Gender NR); Athletic ...

Author: Kelly Pritchett

Publisher: MDPI

ISBN: 9783038426264

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This book is a printed edition of the Special Issue "Nutrition, Health and Athletic Performance" that was published in Nutrients
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Athletics in Ancient Athens

1 15 32 56 102 I. The Rise of Athletics at Athens II . Athenian Civic Athletics : Festivals and Activities III . ... Conclusion : Athletics and the City - State of Athens Appendix A : Athletic , Equestrian and Other Events Appendix B ...

Author: Donald G. Kyle

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9004097597

Category: History

Page: 280

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The Science of Equestrian Sports

Essentially, this meant that athletes knew precisely what they could andcould not do,allowingthem to focus on theircoach's actions, their owndevelopment andsporting performance (Becker 2009). Importantly, however,coaches are not always ...

Author: Inga Wolframm

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136193415

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 288

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The Science of Equestrian Sports is a comprehensive study of the theory and practice of the rider in equine sport. While most scholarship to date has focused on the horse in competition, this is the first book to collate current data relating specifically to riders. It provides valuable insight into improving sporting performance and maintaining the safety of both the horse and the rider. Drawing on the latest scientific research, and covering a wide range of equestrian disciplines from horseracing to eventing, the book systematically explores core subjects such as: physiology of the rider sport psychology in equestrian sport preventing injury biomechanics and kinematics coaching equestrian sport the nature of horse-rider relationships This holistic and scientific examination of the role of the horse rider is essential reading for sport science students with an interest in equestrian sport and equitation. Furthermore, it will be an invaluable resource for instructors, coaches, sport psychologists, or physiologists working with equestrian athletes.
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Sport and Spectacle in the Ancient World

Establishing a cult in honor of his parents, he founded the quadrennial isolympic Ptolemaia festival in 282 (or 279) with athletic, equestrian, and musical events (Syll.3 390). As noted (in Chapter 11) numerous female as well as male ...

Author: Donald G. Kyle

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118613566

Category: History

Page: 375

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The second edition of Sport and Spectacle in the Ancient World updates Donald G. Kyle’s award-winning introduction to this topic, covering the Ancient Near East up to the late Roman Empire. • Challenges traditional scholarship on sport and spectacle in the Ancient World and debunks claims that there were no sports before the ancient Greeks • Explores the cultural exchange of Greek sport and Roman spectacle and how each culture responded to the other’s entertainment • Features a new chapter on sport and spectacle during the Late Roman Empire, including Christian opposition to pagan games and the Roman response • Covers topics including violence, professionalism in sport, class, gender and eroticism, and the relationship of spectacle to political structures
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Thucydides and Pindar

Similar considerations apply to Bacchylides 17, 'The Unmarried Men (jiffeot) or Theseus, for the Keans to perform at Delos'. The athletic, equestrian, and musical events at the festivals Of the great variety of competitive events at the ...

Author: Professor of Classics and Ancient History Simon Hornblower

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN: 9780199249190

Category: History

Page: 473

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Simon Hornblower demonstrates a thematic and literary kinship between Thucydides, one of the greatest of the ancient Greek historians, and Pindar, one of the greatest Greek poets who specialized in celebratory odes for victors in the Olympic Games.
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Bill Snyder

I had strong feelings about all of our athletic programs at Kansas State, but my family particularly invested themselves in football and equestrian. Whitney, our daughter, earned All-American honors while competing on the nationally ...

Author: Bill Snyder

Publisher: Triumph Books

ISBN: 9781641256827

Category: Travel

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"The opportunity for the greatest turnaround in college football exists here today, and it's not one to be taken lightly." — Bill Snyder A captivating autobiography from the architect of Kansas State football When Kansas State hired Bill Snyder as its head football coach in 1988, the Wildcats had one of the worst programs in college football and hadn't won a conference title since 1934. Little could anybody predict that Snyder would soon engineer a total transformation in Manhattan, Kansas. From his humble beginnings in St. Joseph, Missouri, Snyder rose to greatness, bringing K-State up from the ashes to a No. 1 ranking, six 11-win seasons in a span of seven years, and one Big 12 Championship. He still wasn't finished. After a three-year retirement, Snyder returned to lead the Wildcats to another Big 12 title. In 2015, he became just the fourth person in college football history to be inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame as an active coach. In this new memoir, Snyder reflects on a successful yet complicated life, detailing the grueling 80-hour work weeks, his visionary Wildcat Goals for Success, and the virtues he doubled down on during his final years as head coach, all the while battling throat cancer. Readers will discover a multi-faceted portrait of one of college football's greatest leaders, his triumphs and defeats, his greatness and his flaws, and his passion and drive to, not once, but twice, lead a championship team while developing young men.
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Before Brittney

WILLIS EQUESTRIAN CENTER In 2004, Ian McCaw announced that Women's Equestrian, would be added as the eighteenth athletic sport at Baylor University. Nancy Post, Senior Women's Administrator, confirmed that Baylor added this sport to ...

Author: Dr. Nancy R. Goodloe

Publisher: FriesenPress

ISBN: 9781460230329

Category: Education

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This book is about champions in women’s athletics at Baylor University–the champions who competed, the champions who coached, the champions who provided the advocacy and leadership for the women’s athletic program, and the champions who have brought Baylor’s women’s athletic program to the national prominence it enjoys in 2012. It’s also about the champions in women’s intercollegiate athletics whose struggles to attain national recognition and implement national championships for women endured from the 1930s through the 1970s. These champions fought hard to retain the early values of sport for women and provided strong leadership through the AIAW until the day they lost their battle with the NCAA for control of women’s intercollegiate athletics. When did women’s athletic opportunities begin at Baylor University? Who were the Baylor Bearettes? Who were the early leaders in women’s athletics at Baylor, the coaches, the players? Through the lenses of those who were there (including the author), those who played, those who advocated for women’s equity, and those who made it happen, these questions are answered in this book. For the first time the story is told of the Baylor women’s sports program and its rise to national prominence.
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