Module Two: Practice Ugly – Managing the practice period Module Two presents the concept of "Practice Ugly" within the context of equestrian sports. Unlike striving for perfection, this approach emphasizes the importance of making progress. The module introduces the pragmatic "Joker Technique," designed to optimize your final practice sessions. This technique aims to transform purposeful practice into tangible improvements that stand out when you compete. Notably, equestrian sports possess a distinct feature: the practice sessions during competitions are open to the public. Unlike most other sports, where practice is conducted behind closed doors, in equestrian events, riders prepare for competition in the same arena where spectators can freely observe. This unique aspect adds an extra dimension to the sport's dynamics.
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