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Recommended Reading List

Level 1:

Level One can be considered to be your Bachelor Degree.  Once you come to teacher training course, we really need you to have gone through as much of the following information as you can.

Recommended Reading List – Level 2

Level One can be considered to be your Master’s Degree.  Once you come to teacher training course, we really need you to have gone through as much of the following information as you can.

In addition to the trail and pleasure rider, the International Society of Rider Biomechanics researches and trains only in FEI-approved sports where the rules are internationally accepted and the horse’s health is covered by a very stringent set of rules, and policed by trained technical delegates.  We therefore highly recommend that by Level 2 you have already undertaken one of the following Official FEI Courses.  Should such courses not be held in your country, why not travel to the USA and do your course? We can help with logistics on the ground and have a network of coaches who would be able to host you in their home city.

Also Available soon on line…

  • International Society of Rider Biomechanics – 2013 Symposium
  • International Society of Rider Biomechanics – 2014 Symposium
  • International Society of Rider Biomechanics – “Shoulder In – Collection – Extension”
  • International Society of Rider Biomechanics – “Travers – Pirouettes – Half Pass – Renvers”
  • International Society of Rider Biomechanics – “Counter Canter & Flying Changes”
  • International Society of Rider Biomechanics – “Jumping Seat & Position”

Level 3 Recommended Reading List

Level One can be considered to be your PhD.  Once you come to teacher training course, we really need you to have gone through as much of the following information as you can.

At least one of the following courses must have been completed, or a similar course in your own country, or many many years of training to reach true mastery level.

Also Available later this year line…

  • International Society of Rider Biomechanics “Tempi Changes”
  • International Society of Rider Biomechanics “Piaffe & Passage”
  • International Society of Rider Biomechanics “Higher Level Eventing”
  • Modern Eventing by Phillip Dutton

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