Most of you might know the German vaulting magazine “Aktueller Voltigierzirkel”, but there is more to know about this kind of different vaulting club. The so called “community of interests and support” does not only bring out a vaulting magazine 4 times a year, but also supports the vaulting discipline in many other ways. In this article we’ll explain you, which benefits you have, if you are a member of Voltigierzirkel e.V.!Read More
Have you ever joined a vaulting summer camp? If the answer is no, it’s time to change this! We have talked to Gero Meyer from GMSports who has been organizing summer camps in Sweden for some years now. Find out what makes this vaulting camp special in this article!Read More
You are so passionate about vaulting that you are thinking about moving abroad to pursue your vaulting dream? We can all imagine how scary and challenging it can be to take this kind of vaulting adventure. Some vaulters already took the plunge to move abroad for their sport, such as Juan Martin Clavijo (COL) and Lambert Leclezio recently and we wanted to share one of these stories with you.
written by Felix Bender (Voltigierzirkel e.V.)
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With what costs do vaulters have to deal with? How much do the clubs or vaulting departments have to spend each month on their horses? How much do the coaches receive for their work? To present an overview, we asked you exactly these questions on Facebook – with the support of Vaulting World.Read More
What would a vaulting squad be without a whole lot of team love and harmony? It might be the most important part of our sport, since everything we do together on the horseback wouldn’t work without trust. Especially if new vaulters joined your team it’s a good idea to build an equally strong bond with the new squad to vault as harmonious as before. Here are 5 ideas on how to get a really close bond and build up trust in each other:
Equestrian vaulters use to be very creative and innovative. We would like to present you 6 vaulting challenges we have discovered. Read on and challenge yourself! And don’t forget to send us videos of your attempts!
With this blog post we would like to support a very strong girl called Jana Schrautemeier. After a severe accident during a vaulting session she is fighting her way back to a new life with the support of her vaulting team and the help of equine therapy.
Being a groom is not easy, especially for a vaulting team. You need to be everywhere and take care of everyone, athletes, lungers and our four-legged partners. Practice, expertise and attention are required. But what makes a perfect vaulting groom? Read on to know what 10 skills a groom should definitely bring!