Successful Show Jumping

Author: Daphne Machin Goodall
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Preferences Behaviors And Biomechanics Of Pacific Salmon Jumping Up Waterfalls And Fishladders

Author: Dean Vincent Lauritzen
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Reports on a study of where and how migrating salmonids jump over natural stream obstacles. Sockeye salmon behavior is analyzed, and an experimental fishladder simulator is developed to study jumping preferences and biomechanics of kokanee salmon. Data obtained are used to develop a model defining the takeoff angle, minimum horizontal distance between takeoff and landing, and the minimum successful takeoff velocity. Differences observed suggest that the species of impeded fish should be considered in designing effective fishladders.

101 Jumping Exercises For Horse Rider

Author: Linda Allen
Editor: Storey Publishing
ISBN: 160342394X
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Get jumping! This collection presents a logical series of fun and rewarding exercises that are designed to develop your horse-jumping skills. With straightforward instructions and clear arena maps, this guide can be hung on a pole and easily referenced from the saddle. In addition to clearly articulated goals and progressively difficult variations, each exercise also includes encouraging advice on what the rider should keep in mind while jumping. Saddle up and get ready to fly through the air with grace and confidence.

Skis In The Art Of War

Author: K. B. E. E. Eimeleus
Editor: Northern Illinois University Press
ISBN: 1501747428
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K. B. E. E. Eimeleus was ahead of his time with his advocacy of ski training in the Russian armed forces. Employing terminology never before used in Russian to describe movements with which few were familiar, Skis in the Art of War gives a breakdown of the latest techniques at the time from Scandinavia and Finland. Eimeleus's work is an early and brilliant example of knowledge transfer from Scandinavia to Russia within the context of sport. Nearly three decades after he published his book, the Finnish army, employing many of the ideas first proposed by Eimeleus, used mobile ski troops to hold the Soviet Union at bay during the Winter War of 1939–40, and in response, the Soviet government organized a massive ski mobilization effort prior to the German invasion in 1941. The Soviet counteroffensive against Nazi Germany during the winter of 1941–42 owed much of its success to the Red Army ski battalions that had formed as a result of the ski mobilization. In this lucid translation that includes most of the original illustrations, scholar and former biathlon competitor William D. Frank collaborates with E. John B. Allen, known world-wide for his work on ski history.

The Complete Show Jumper

Author: Ernest Dillon
Editor: Kenilworth Press
ISBN: 9781905693368
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The ultimate training manual for successful show jumping at all levels, providing detailed training advice for the show jumping horse and rider, whether starting from scratch or wishing to compete at higher levels. Known for his effective teaching methods and down-to-earth approach, Ernest Dillon offers guidance on choosing the right horse, working on the lunge, flatwork schooling and early jumping, and the importance of the rider's position. The author describes how to overcome common problems; more advanced work with combinations and related distances; walking the course; plus collecting ring and jump-off techniques. The numerous sequence color photographs depict riders from all levels, from novices to experienced Grand Prix competitors. In addition to practical advice, the book offers encouragement and inspiration and is peppered with the kind of training tips that separate winners from losers.

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101 Dog Tricks

Author: Kyra Sundance
Editor: Quarry Books
ISBN: 162788114X
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101 Dog Tricks is an international bestseller in 18 languages with over a half-million copies sold worldwide! This beautifully designed book features step-by-step instructions with easy-to-follow color photos of each step. Each trick is rated with a difficulty rating and prerequisites to get you started quickly. Tips and troubleshooting boxes cover common problems, while Build on it! ideas suggest more complicated tricks that build on each new skill. Tricks range from simple ones like Sit, Shake Hands, Fetch, and Roll Over, to extraordinary ones like Tidy Up Your Toys into the Toybox and Get a Soda from the Fridge. Organized by theme, it's easy to find the next trick to work on with your dog. Just a few of the themes to choose from: Chores, such as Newspaper Delivery and Get Your Leash Funny tricks, such as Doggy Push-ups and Play the Piano Dancing, such as Moonwalk and Chorus Line Kicks Love, such as Kisses and Wave Goodbye Trick training will help you bond with your dog and integrate him or her into your family. Tricks also help keep your dog mentally and physically healthy and establish paths of communication between you. Many tricks build skills used in dog sports, dog dancing, and dog therapy work. 101 Dog Tricks will inspire you to do more with your dog! Millions of people have found success with Kyra Sundance's step-by-step techniques—and you can, too. Also by Kyra Sundance, learn to do even more with your dog with: The Dog Tricks and Training Workbook; 51 Puppy Tricks; 10-Minute Dog Training Games; 101 Dog Tricks, Kids Edition; Dog Training 101; The Pocket Guide to Dog Tricks; Kyra’s Canine Conditioning; and The Joy of Dog Training.

Show Jumping Made Easy

Author: Clarissa L. Busch
Editor: Cadmos Verlag Gmbh
ISBN: 9783861279075
File Size: 26,10 MB
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For many riders, show jumping presents a challenge—to jump a course of fences in perfect harmony with your horse, measuring your skill against that of other riders, maybe even ending up in the placing. Success, however, doesn’t just materialize from nowhere. This practical and thoughtfully illustrated book provides clear, precise advice on the necessary foundations for success, demonstrates what jumping training with progressive exercises looks like, and shows how typical difficulties can be overcome. Topics covered are poles and gridwork, judging the take-off, jumping unknown fences, improving the technique of horse and rider, and analysis and correction of faults.

Show Jumping For Fun Or Glory

Author: Ernest Dillon
Editor: Kenilworth Press
ISBN: 9781872119601
File Size: 36,30 MB
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This book provides training advice for the show jumping horse and rider, whether starting from scratch or wishing to compete at higher levels.

Limiting Factors In Ski Jumping Take Off

Author: Mikko Virmavirta
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Differential Leaping Success By Adult Summer And Winter Steelhead At Kalama Falls

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Developement Of The Autogiro And Rotarywinged Aircraft Hearings On H R 8143 April 26 1938

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Military Affairs
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The Clothier Natural Jumping Method

Author: Suzanne Clothier
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The original, proven system for teaching dogs to jump safely & correctly -naturally! In use since 1989, this method was developed to help canine athletes meet the incredible demands of agility. Used to successfully train thousands of dogs across the country, and is recommended by trainers, handlers, obedience & agility judges. Ideal for starting a novice dog, this method has helped countless dogs overcome their jumping problems and go on to achieve or finish advanced titles. Though often imitated, this is the only method that systematically develops and refines the complex skills every dog needs to be a confident, correct jumper. A 16 week program takes the dog from the basics to advanced jumping skills such as long & short striding, bounces, irregular distances, diagonal approaches and more. Emphasis is placed on proper conditioning - physical and mental - and the development of proper jumping style to minimize the risk of injury or the long term effects of incorrect jumping form. Originally designed for the agility dog, this method is also perfect for teaching the skills your dog needs in the obedience or Schutzhund ring.

Show Jumping On Five Continents

Author: Pamela Macgregor-Morris
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Strategic Job Jumping

Author: Julia Hartman
Editor: Prima Lifestyles
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Discusses such strategies as packaging skills for higher-level jobs, skipping rungs on the career ladder, networking on and off the job, and negotiating compensation packages

Peter Leone S Show Jumping Clinic

Author: Kimberly S. Jaussi
Editor: Storey Publishing
ISBN: 1603428283
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Sharing wisdom gained through decades of riding at the highest levels of competition, Olympic medalist Peter Leone shows you how to achieve jumping success. Covering the fundamental principles of jumping, this guide stresses solid riding mechanics and the importance of a respectful friendship between horse and rider. With focused exercises that are designed to improve both the physical skills and mental toughness required for equestrians of all levels, you’ll learn how to bring out the best in your horse and successfully reach your riding goals.

The American Jumping Style

Author: George H. Morris
Editor: Doubleday
ISBN: 9780385410823
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In a book studded with revealing photographs, the legendary author of "Hunter Seat Equitation" analyzes the American style of show jumping and teaches riders the techniques that set the standard for the world. B & W photographs and illustrations throughout.

The Effects Of A Preschool Program Upon Young Educable Mentally Retarded Children

Author: Columbia University. Teachers College. Dept. of Special Education
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