The River Tiger Podcast

Updated: 14 Mar 2024 • 46 episodes
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Our mission is to bring evidence based research and theory to life in a way that is engaging, fun and practical.  Join us as we engage in curious unscripted conversations with practitioners and researchers in the fields of learning, skill acquisition, movement sciences, ethics, and philosophy in sport and equestrian.    In our fast-paced lives, both humans and horses often find themselves in limiting and impoverished movement environments. But fear not! Our mission is to bring evidence-based research and theory to life in an engaging, practical, and fun way. Our goal is to bridge the gap between theory and reality, transforming your approach to movement skill development.   Join our passionate community, cultivate skills, build relationships, and champion ethics. Get ready for an exhilarating adventure into the world of becoming skilful!

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I reached out to Sara Bref after reading a translation of one of her articles for the Swedish equestrian magazine Hippson. After a brief exchange of emails, I invited Sara to be a guest and Sara asked if she could bring Petra with her. I know I always say that my guests are awesome (they are), but this was a very speci

In this episode I caught up with my good friend Tyler Yearby from Emergence and US Ski and Snowboard to discuss his work in strength and conditioning, movement technique, biomechanics, and coaching. I hope that you enjoy this episode. Please get in touch with your reflections and feedback.  Research Papers(Re)conceptua

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I came across Karen"s research while reading up for the discussion section of one of my PhD study papers. In this conversation we explore systems thinking, how it applies to horses and equestrianism, welfare, training and lots more. I hope that you enjoy this conversation as much as I did. My guest on this episode is P

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In this episode we revisit the importance of considering where an athlete or learner is focusing their attention and why focus of attention is so important for skill acquisition, retention, and transfer. My guests bring the topic to life with an overview of the research literature to date. We also discuss some of the c

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My guest Mark O"Sullivan is an associate professor at the Norwegian School of Sport Sciences and an "A" Licence Football Coach. Mark is also a co-author on my concept paper, "Can"t jump, won"t jump." In this conversation we explore why Mark chose to go back into academia and follow a PhD researching coaching and skill

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On this episode I am joined by event rider and equestrian coach, Alex van Randwyck. I met Alex through mutual coach development work and found her insightful, humble and with the ability to connect with others and communicate with refreshing clarity. So of course, I asked her if she would consider being a guest on my p

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