Tips for Learning Dressage Tests
Determine Your Learning Style In order to effectively learn your tests in a way that will maximize your performance, you first need to know what type of learner you are - visual or verbal. A good coach also needs to know what type of learner each of her students is. With my own students, I ask a single question: “When I say the word “church,” what do you see?' If you are a verbal learner, you will see in your mind the actual word “church,” perhaps handwritten or typed out. If you are a visual learner, you will see a physical church. Some people are so visual they will even see people going in and out of the church and note the clothes they are wearing. How you memorize your tests depends on what kind of learner you are. If you are a verbal learner, you can just take the…
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