ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Alison Lincoln has a BSc in Equine Sports Coaching, and has taught on Sports Science and Equine Science courses at several different colleges in the UK. She has over 10 years experience as a Pony Club instructor, as well as experience in business performance coaching and life coaching.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- The Coaching Process.
1.1 Approaches to Coaching.
1.2 Coaching Philosophy.
1.3 Coaching Styles.
1.4 Communication and Feedback.
- Understanding the Individual.
2.2 Goal Setting.
2.3 Psychological Skills.
2.4 Cognitive Control Strategies.
- Preparing Effective Coaching Sessions.
3.1 Learning Styles.
3.2 Equine Learning.
3.3 Skill Acquisition.
3.4 Principles of Training.
- Planning and Delivering Effective Coaching Sessions.
4.1 The Coaching Environment.
4.2 Planning Sessions.
4.3 Monitoring and Evaluating Progress.
- Developing a Coaching Programme.
5.1 Long Term Rider Development.
5.3 Performance Analysis.
- Managing and Developing Personal Coaching Practice.
6.1 Analysing Personal Practice.
6.2 Personal Action Planning.
- Specialist Coaching.
7.1 The Disabled Rider.
7.2 The Elite Rider.
7.3 Team Sports.
- an introduction to coaching specific to the equine environment
- the coaching process as a whole is addressed for both the horse and rider
- in line with UK Coaching Certificate (UKCC) qualifications
- draws on tried-and-tested coaching practices used successfully in other sports
- advises on the personal development of the coach to support career development in this field