This week in the featured blog: the Training Module. This module is created to log all the activities you do with your horse. This can be a daily training session, a lesson, ground work, any training you do with your horse you can log in this module.
You do not even need to own your own horse. This module is for horse owners and everyone who takes lessons at a stable or takes care of someone else’s horse several days a week. The goal of this module is to keep track of the progress you are making and to discover potential patterns. If you have written down multiple weeks in a row that your posture needs to better, perhaps you can plan a lesson with your instructor that focusses solely on your posture including exercises that can help. Or you notice your horse always spooks when there is a lot of wind or maybe when it is a perfect sunny day, you never know. Horses can be weird. At least you noticed and can start working on that. In addition, there is room to write down your goals for the next training session or lesson.
This module contains:
- A clear general year plan
- 100 double sided training pages where you can keep track of your activities. That means room for 200 (!) logs.
Make sure you stay flexible when it comes to your plans. Not everything goes according to plan. One exercise might be easier to learn than another. Don’t plan too far ahead and into too much detail. Keep it clear and to the point, the reason why I choose to use a year plan based on months instead of days or weeks. You can divide the months into weeks, but try to keep your goals short and make a general plan for 2 months. This way you don’t put too much pressure on yourself and your horse. A good read might be this article. It is in Dutch though (plenty of online dictionaries to use these days ;) ).
During the pre-order period until the end of November there is a set deal! For € 30,- you will receive the training module, covers, binding rings, pen holder, and pen.