Motion or Motion S ❤️ Which one is right one for me?

Updated 1 month ago by Sina

You've decided that you want to progress faster with the help of a training companion!

Now you're at the step of thinking which is the right one for you?

Here some points which might help you in your decision:

Discipline

Dressage

Your Needs

Motion and Motion S Advantages

Having a symmetrical horse

Having a regular rhythm

Gaining in elevation

Working equally on both leads

To have a well-muscled and healthy horse

Varying your work to maintain the horse's morale

Movement Analysis (Motion and Motion S)

  • Symmetry
  • Time at each lead
  • Rhythm
  • Rhythm regularity
  • Elevation

Fitness Analysis (Motion S ❤️)

  • Heart-rate monitoring
  • Calories burned

Exercises and tips (Motion and Motion S)

  • Exercises proposed depending on the result of your session
  • 300 exercises and training programs available

Show-Jumping

Your needs

Motion and Motion S Advantages

Having a symmetrical horse

Having the right canter to jump

To be able to analyze your jumping courses

Working equally on both leads

Having a horse in good physical condition

Movement Analysis (Motion and Motion S)

  • Symmetry
  • Rhythm
  • Rhythm regularity
  • Number of jumps

Fitness Analysis (Motion S ❤️)

  • Heart-rate monitoring
  • Calories burned
  • Effort zones analysis

Exercises and tips (Motion and Motion S)

  • Exercises proposed depending on the result of your session
  • 300 exercises and training programs available for all disciplines

Eventing

Your needs

Motion and Motion S advantages

Working on canter and speed

Having a horse in good physical condition

Having a symmetrical horse

+ all the necessary work in dressage and show jumping

Fitness Analysis (Motion S ❤️)

  • Heart-rate monitoring
  • Calories burned
  • Effort zones analysis
  • Recuperation time`

GPS analysis (Motion and Motion S)

  • Live speed and average speed
  • Distance
  • Indicators on a map

Movement analysis (Motion and Motion S)

  • Symmetry
  • Rhythm
  • Rhythm regularity
  • Elevation
  • Jumping course analysis
  • Number of jumps

Exercises and tips (Motion and Motion S)

  • Exercises proposed depending on the result of your session
  • 300 exercises and training programs available for all disciplines

Distance Riding

Your needs

Motion and Motion S advantages

Have a horse in good physical condition

Having a symmetrical horse to pass the vet-gate

Improve the horse's locomotion

Fitness Analysis (Motion S ❤️)

  • Heart-rate monitoring
  • Calories burned
  • Effort zones analysis
  • Recuperation time`

GPS analysis (Motion and Motion S)

  • Live speed and average speed
  • Distance
  • Indicators on a map

Movement analysis (Motion and Motion S)

  • Symmetry
  • Rhythm
  • Rhythm regularity
  • Elevation (to try and make drop to gain in energetic efficiency)

Your goals and horse

You have a young horse

Your needs

Motion and Motion S advantages

Improving the physical condition of your horse

Improving the movement

Balancing your work

Seeing your progress

Fitness Analysis (Motion S ❤️)

  • Heart-rate monitoring
  • Calories burned
  • Effort zones analysis
  • Recuperation time`

Movement analysis (Motion and Motion S)

  • Symmetry
  • Rhythm
  • Rhythm regularity
  • Elevation
  • Jumping course analysis
  • Number of jumps
  • Time at each lead
  • Time at each gait
  • Evolution of the indicators through time

Exercises and tips (Motion and Motion S)

  • Exercises proposed depending on the result of your session
  • 300 exercises and training programs available for all disciplines

You have an old horse / a horse with health problems

Your needs

Motion and Motion S advantages

Monitoring the health of your horse

Detecting early on a deterioration in movement

Adapting your work to the physical capacities of your horse

Seeing your progress

Doing adapted exercises

Fitness Analysis (Motion S ❤️)

  • Heart-rate monitoring (to identify a pain or discomfort)
  • Effort zones analysis
  • Recuperation time`

Movement analysis (Motion and Motion S)

  • Symmetry (to detect lameness)
  • Elevation (to detect discomfort or tiredness)
  • Evolution of the indicators through time
  • Alerts in case of degradation

Exercises and tips (Motion and Motion S)

  • Exercises proposed depending on the result of your session
  • 300 exercises and training programs available for all disciplines

You often ride alone

Your needs

Motion and Motion S advantages

See your progress

Do exercises adapted to your level

Make sure you don't miss out on any health concerns for your horse.

Fitness Analysis (Motion S ❤️)

  • Heart-rate monitoring (to identify a pain or discomfort)
  • Effort zones analysis (to know if you worked enough but not too much)

Movement analysis (Motion and Motion S)

  • Symmetry (to detect lameness)
  • Elevation (to detect discomfort or tiredness)
  • Rhythm and rhythm regularity to know if your horse rushes)
  • Evolution of the indicators through time
  • Alerts in case of degradation

Exercises and tips (Motion and Motion S)

  • Exercises proposed depending on the result of your session
  • 300 exercises and training programs available for all disciplines

You don't find these tables clear enough? Don't hesitate to contact us directly, and we'll be happy to chat with you to help you find the most adapted product.

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