DVD 2: Anatomy In Motion II: The Visible Rider
Anatomy In Motion II: The Visible Rider DVD
50 minutes; DVD (North American DVD format only)
Peggy Brown, as the "Visible Rider" wearing a skeleton suit, demonstrates how the rider's anatomy works in English and Western riding and jumping.
This presentation has been a popular attraction at major equine expos and clinics across North America and around the world, including Europe, Iceland, Australia, Japan and Egypt.
See and understand how the human body is put together and how it can perform in unison with the horse. The Visible Rider's transparency allows viewers to observe how balance and straightness are dynamic, ever-changing states, and the effect of the rider's seat on the horse's movement and performance. The visible Rider shows how to follow the horse's movement at all gaits, and also demonstrates common riding faults and their effects on both horse and rider.
Clearly and thoughtfully presented, this DVD will be helpful to English and Western riders of all levels, instructors, trainers, and judges, too! Seeing is believing--you may recognize some of your own riding habits, and learn how to improve them.