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3 Ways To Improve Your Lateral Work

In Straightness Training (ST), we use three ways to develop a lateral movement. For example, if we want to develop the exercise ‘shoulder-in’, where the shoulders are more ‘in’ related to the position of the hindquarters, we can approach this exercise from three directions. ‍‍

To make this more clear, imagine three circles: ‍‍ ‍‍

🔵 a big blue circle

⚪️ a smaller white circle

🔴 an even smaller red circle. ‍‍

We start using these imaginary circles like this: ‍‍

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Two Big Problems…

Many riders like you aspire to achieve ambitious goals with your horse in 2020!

They’ve set major targets at the start of this year…

On January 1st, they had a true readiness to change…

The truth is, many people give up on their dreams by the end of January.

They start to settle.

They accept mediocrity. 

Or they think they don’t deserve better.

That’s because a lot of riders face one or two Big Problems at the end of January:

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Top 10 Benefits Of Training With An ST Instructor

From helping you reach your personal goals, to figuring out how to perform exercises, to getting to the next level, to learning how to support your horse that is recovering from an injury, there are a number of reasons people work with ST Instructors.

Check out the top 10 benefits of personal training with a certified and licensed ST Instructor, and feel free to contact one of our 14 ST (Trainee) Instructors:

Click HERE for the Tips and the Licensed ST Instructors »

Happy New Moment, Day, Week, Month, Year, Decade!

The previous decade has come to a close, so it’s time for a Happy New Decade!

An exciting New Year is ahead of us full of opportunities each month and each week.

With brand new days where we can make  empowering choices and start creating the happy moments of our lives right now!

However, if your past is holding you back, or if sad memories consume your time, or bad flashbacks are haunting you, then check out the brand new article that outlines 7 strategies on how to let go of the past and strategically start off the new decade: