Jane Savoie presents a revolutionary approach to riding by which you can train your mind and shape your attitudes to achieve higher levels of skill than every imaged.
The book deals with such concepts as
- “loser’s limp”
You will learn relaxation exercises that will not only rid you of stress and tension, but will also enable you to benefit fully from the use of “imaging” as a working tool to achieve desired ends. And you will skillfully invoke the “As If principle” to think and behave “as if” you are already experiencing your wants and needs.
The author explains how words, and word-images, play a major role in determining your actions. For example, if you say “challenge” instead of “problem,” you will positively enhance your performance.
The “training” chapters take all the general principles and apply them to specific riding situations. The final chapters deal with “competition,” focusing all the tools and techniques learned earlier on actual performance scenarios.
Throughout the informative and spirited text, there are scores of personal anecdotes about some of America’s leading riders—and their affinity with the ideas and teaching of the author.
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