Friday, 14 June 2013

WIN 2 WEEKS of Virtual Coaching!

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Aspire Equestrian has teamed up with Hay Net Social Blogging platform  to offer a fantastic prize for two (+1!) lucky Hay Net members. If you haven't joined the site yet head over for a quick and free sign up.
"Aspire E-Academy is a long distance training based on video footage and online communication. Developed to bring quality affordable coaching with personable 1-1 attention and help aspiring riders regardless of their location, resources or type of horse they ride. All levels welcome from basics, flatwork, jumping to dressage.
Please have a read of this online handout for more details on benefits of this form of training:
http://issuu.com/aspireeq/docs/aspiree-academy/1
Aspire E-Academy is also offering a runner up prize of 50% OFF 1 month Virtual Coaching to use by self or as a gift voucher for a friend, family etc
On top of all this there is a very SPECIAL OFFER OF 1 month of Aspire Virtual Coaching free of charge, send an email to Wiola at aspire @o utlook.com explaining why you would like to receive Aspire Virtual Training and how it would benefit you and your horse and why it is you that should receive the prize. Absolutely any level welcome, any horse or pony, any riding goals!
For a chance to win these brilliant prizes all we need is your answer to this competition question:
How often do you video yourself riding to learn from footage:

a Never
b Once A Month
c Once A Week
d Other: Please write answer_____________________"

To send your answers and be with a chance to win please visit Hay Net here:

If you would like any additional information please comment or email any time. I would also love to hear your views on virtual coaching and online learning in general. Why yes, why not, why maybe :) I started Aspire's virtual programme in response to riders who sought training from me but were not able to attend it due to distance, finances, transport issues, time constraints. The aim is to constantly improve this virtual programme so all your views on online training will be much appreciated.
It doesn't matter whether you ride in a riding school, share, lease a horse or have your own. The trick with the virtual programme is that you make it your own because all training plans are written specifically for you and your situation.
Thank you and hope to hear from many of you!

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