LIGA NACIONAL MASCULINA
A fase final da Liga Nacional Masculina de Handebol começa nesta quinta-feira (14) e vai até domingo (17). Taubaté/FAB/Unitau (SP), EC Pinheiros (SP), São Caetano Handebol (SP) e MRV Unicesumar Londrina/Paiquerê FM (PR) buscam o título deste ano com os duelos no Ginásio Vitório Zanon (Baetão), em São Bernardo do Campo (SP), com entrada franca. Todas as partidas, com exceção da disputa do bronze, terão transmissão dos canais SporTV.
E se eu olhar para trás, o que vejo?!
Vejo missões cumpridas ou apenas inalcançáveis desejos?!
E mudar da agua pro vinho é milagroso?!
Ou será que só deixa o caminho mais saboroso?! Seja o que for, só eu posso responder
Só eu sei o que passei e como vou viver
Só eu saberei meu proximo passo
Só eu posso saber o que faço
De arrependimento não morrerei
Pois meu passado ja analisei
E sem ressentimento por ninguem
Apenas carinho e amor, amem
O mais importante sempre lembrarei
Dos amigos que nessa estrada conquistei
Historias que ficarão marcadas em minha mente
Contarei pros filhos e netos frequentemente
Fui, sou e serei feliz
E ao meu redor, veja o que fiz
Vejo lagrimas de uma saudade
Cobertas por um sorriso de caridade
Lembrarei de todos, sou grato a tudo
Mas chegou a hora de trocar de mundo
Sei que sem mim, tudo continuará normal
Mas ao lembrar, por favor, ainda ria igual!
Obrigado a todos que passaram pela minha carreira de atleta! Estarei torcendo e aplaudindo por todos vocês!! #gymnastics#agith#cbg#cob#ministeriodoesporte#familia#amigos#torcedores
6/7 ⚠ please read them all to know what I'm talking about and get the whole picture.
When it comes to this topic, me and Winchester I'm not worried I'm gonna cause strain damage/load damage (or what it's called in English). I've always tried to focus on muscle building and learn him the correct way of carrying himself. I've had this in mind since I got him 6 months old. Why? Because I know that I weigh "a ton" and I have to prepare him for that.
I'm not talking about body sweat and sore muscles in a young age, I'm talking about making training fun so he WANTS to work and sweat when hes older. Use his brain must be the keyword.
From he was 8 months old he joined me and one of my older horses as a handhorse in the forest. Once in the forest he got to run without ropes, just exploring the terrain, build balance and build muscles the fun way. He also got ground driven. Slowly learning that it's OK to walk in front of me, it's OK with noises from behind him and how to respond to the reins. All in his pace.
When he was 1 he was grown driven, and was starting to get used to pull the road cart. We only walked with it. I sat in the road cart just a few meters at a time, slowly he started pulling me for longer distances. As soon as he showed any signs of being tired or it was too much for him I climbed out of the road cart.
When he was 1-1,5 we started working for trainers. Only from the ground. Working on keeping his already relaxed body relaxed while he learned how to respond on leg que from the ground.
Always using reins and leg ques on the same spot that we would do while riding. Preparing him already to the big day with the first rider. Nothing should be different from the ground exempt from the rider.
From here on we just worked with what we already had. Longer distances with road cart or in the forest as a hand horse, better response to ques, staring to trot and so on.
Building muscles both mentally an physically now that he's slowly getting older. Always ready to stop it all if he showed signs of discomfort.
When he was two he got to try his first rider. Just up, sit there and down again.
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3/7⚠ please read them all to know what I'm talking about and to get the whole picture.
Then there is the duration of training.
I like to say that even if your horse is broken, knows some exercises to the point where you probably could participate in the Olympics or whatever, it's always new to a horse to use that tiny bit extra of his muscles to progress building them. Therefor why not treat your horse, regardless of age, sort of like a young, newly broke horse?
Expect a lot, accept a little, reward often and take the time it takes so it takes less time.
What I mean by that?
Expect your horse to try to do what you ask them to do.
Accept every little effort they do and reward them for it.
The best way for a horse to learn is by stop doing it.
So take a normal workout: you start by doing something they know, then you do that exercise that you need to work on and when they try their best on this new thing or the best they can do this workout (because horses have "days" just like us) just stop doing it. Walk them off or dismount him, give him a stroke on the neck and say "good job".
In that way you keep them motivated to keep on trying when you ask them.
Maybe it takes less time to just push trough with it and work an hour on this new exercise, but it won't be as fun and maybe you end up with a horse that feels heavy to ride.
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