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Women & Horses by Mary D. Midkiff - horseback riding fitness techniques for women

Women & Horses, knowledge for the female equestrian; female equestrian fitness training and riding tips

Women & Horses Clinics

How to have a Women & Horses Clinic in your area:

Outline for an AWARE (A Woman's Approach to Riding Effectively) Clinic

I. Mary D. Midkiff will present a program to cover the following topics:

* The female anatomy, biomechanics, gender differences and structure as they apply to riding;
* Stretching and Strengthening Exercise demonstrations and interactive work with participants;
* Equestrian Ball and Band exercises, teaching aid and riding simulation session;
* Saddle fit considerations for the female rider;
* Ground and mounted warm-up exercises; and
* Mounted balance work.

Midkiff will provide her book "Fitness, Performance and the Female Equestrian" and other W&H products for sale at the clinic.

Midkiff will also provide handouts and camera-ready promotional materials and logos.

II. Host stable or organization to provide:

* Facility - Comfortable seating area and indoor/covered arena
* Promotion of the event
* All administrative aspects
* Optional: Audio/visual equipment (slide projector/screen, mic, VCR and monitor)
* Mounted sessions with quiet, sound and safe horses
* All participants riding under Midkiff's supervision must sign a liability waiver which will be provided. Safety helmets and proper footwear are strongly recommended.
* Expenses/Fees - Contact Mary for further information

If you are interested in hosting a clinic contact Mary Midkiff at 502-552-1195 or send an email to mmidkiff@womenandhorses.com

 

Women & Horses Clinic, Sao Paolo, Brazil in April, 2011

female equestrian fitness training and riding tips

Midkiff Horse Training, PO box 24395, Lexington KY 40524
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