I love to read. One of my favorite ways to pass time (when not riding) is sprawled out on the floor with a good book. There is something special about getting lost in the pages of a book, discovering new ideas, solutions, and stories.
Many times the words of an author from a book I read years ago will come back, offering new understanding when I least expect it.
Riding books are like this. Some passages make no sense, until some time later, as I am in a lesson, listening to another instructor, or observing another rider, and all of a sudden the idea the author was conveying comes in with clarity.
In today’s video, I would like to share three of my favorite riding books with you. These are books I have read multiple times, and each time took more meaning. The visualizations and exercises and expressions from these books you will likely recognize I use in my own teaching.
Hit play to watch the video and then leave a comment with your favorite book!