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CaptCrash
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Posted - 06/01/2015 :  10:33 PM                       Like
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Baggsy
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Posted - 08/24/2015 :  2:05 PM
I like this idea.

One question:

Do the trainers need to go word for word with what's on the range cards, at some points?

I saw the guy in the beginning of the sequence,
talking into the range cards instead of out at the class.

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dhalen32
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Posted - 08/30/2015 :  4:45 PM
Baggsy:
It is generally best, particularly when you are starting out, to stick with reading what is on the cards. With time and familiarity you should be able to relax a bit and get your head out of the book so that your delivery becomes more like a conversation with your students.
Dave
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TonicBIA
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Posted - 09/16/2015 :  2:01 PM
Most of what you say won't make sense to them until they see it. Some coaches try to ad lib and throw in alot of extra points to "explain" exercises. Ultimately, that eats into student riding time.

For the old MSF BRC we tried to read the cards, run the demo and cover any simulated practice in under 4 minutes. Some demos required going a little over given the length required by the state - but otherwise we wanted to give teh students plenty of time to ride the exercise so we could break the skill down into lots of small components.
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