Getting to know your riders, understanding where they’re coming from and being empathetic are the first steps toward providing effective advice geared at advancing riding technique and keeping riders as safe as possible. The key to making effective corrections is to be discreet, professional and non-threatening at all times. Every suggestion should be presented in a positive and upbeat manner, without ever alienating or criticizing your riders. Making corrections should never distract from the ride itself, but rather enhance it by heightening your riders’ self-awareness.
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