Why is the workload interesting for me?

Updated 7 months ago by Jennifer Arnoux

The workload tells you how much time per session you spend in each gait (halt, walk, trot and canter).

This indicator enables you to accurately monitor the horse’s physical activity for each session and over time. It enables you to assess the distribution of time spent working and cooling-down. The gait distribution of multiple sessions allows you to have an objective impression on how you trained your horse so as to neither train too much nor too little. The results may astonish you. Most riders tend to overestimate their time spent in canter because they confuse distance with time (of course you need less time for the same distance when cantering).

The workload shows you your training session from an objective point of view: which gait at what exact moment? How many breaks? How much time per gait? etc.

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