Halloween is around the corner and we are sure that many of you love to dress up for this occasion! But vaulters do not only like to dress up for Halloween, they also love to dress up for their freestyles. Here is a selection of some creepy freestyle themes that might inspire you for your Halloween costume this year:
Silvia Stopazzini competes in all three categories – Individual, Pas-de-Deux and Squad – and has been more than successful this season. As one of the best Italian vaulters at the moment she won the FEI World Cup and the European Championships 2017 together with her partner Lorenzo Lupacchini. Read on and train like the European Champion!
We have talked to Lukas Heppler, winner of two legs of the FEI World Cup 2016/2017 and 4th at the European Championship 2017 about his goals for the next season. Take a glance and train like the Swiss Champion!
Summer holidays are over and you are probably going back on track with the trainings. VW found for you some fancy products to start training hard again despite changing weather conditions and to keep you motivated the whole fall season!
Animal prints are almost every season in vaulting fashion. The last season, we also found some stunning animal catsuits with many details characterizing each animal. In the following we will present you our selection of the 5 best animal costumes:
Yoga is defined as an art, harmonizing the body, mind, and spirit. By practicing different yoga techniques you can improve your flexibility, balance, strength, especially core strength and your inner peace and focus: actually all the skills you need to be a good vaulter, too! So, why don’t you try out some yoga exercises once in awhile to vary your training routine?
Dear Vaulting World,
You had the chance to win beautiful key rings made by DisagrEE Online. Thank you to all participants for sending us your creative photos of doing a flag on a horse, barrel, bike, cow or whatever!
The choice was hard to make, so we decided to announce three winners for our contest:
After a long time of absence we saw a Finnish junior squad at the FEI World Championships this year. There are only a few junior teams competing in canter in Finland (AG Team Calitos, AG Junior Team and Team Equillence for example). AG Junior Team Finland was finally chosen to represent Finland at the end of last year.
If you don’t live in a German speaking country or in a country where equestrian vaulting has already become a more or less developed discipline, it might be difficult to get adequate vaulting material. Vaulting whips for example are quite expensive and difficult to transport. In the following we will show you how we made our own telescope whip with little money.