Biomechanics and Training

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* 1. How many years have you been riding?

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* 2. Do you practice Dressage as part of another discipline, or as your only discipline?

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* 3. Do you ride competitively?

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* 4. Have you studied equine biomechanics and how training affects them?

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* 5. From what sources have you learned about biomechanics?

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* 6. Do you ever train using Low Deep and Round/Deep Stretching techniques?

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* 7. If yes, who influenced you regarding this?

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* 8. Are you aware of/follow the findings of veterinarians such as Gerd Heuschmann and Hilary Clayton, in terms of horse biomechanics?

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* 9. Do you follow the scientific studies of the International Society for Equitation Science (ISES)?

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* 10. Do you agree or disagree with the following statements:

(a) In Dressage, horse head and neck posture is often enforced by the rider instead of being maintained by the horse.

(b) There is substantial evidence that postures where the neck is overflexed, and the face is behind the vertical, have a negative impact on horse welfare.

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