EquiGym - EQUINE EXERCISE EQUIPMENT

Equine Exercise Physiology

Equine Exercise Physiology

$19.93
  • Review
  • TAG : Equine Exercise Physiology - Google Books
ADD TO CART
  • Kathryn Nankervis has taught equine exercise physiology on a range of programmes from National Diploma to MSc level. Her current job is Equine Science Centre Manager at Hartpury College. This unique centre is one of the best in Europe and combines an Equine Veterinary and Therapy Centre. Kathryn designs individually tailored exercise programmes using a wide range of techniques in order to rehabilitate competition horses with musculoskeletal dysfunction.

    The aim of this book is to sort the fact from the fiction for the benefit of those involved in training, managing or working with horses, and to provide an up-to-date summary of the state of play in equine exercise physiology. Scientific theories are explained from first principles, with the assumption that the reader has no previous scientific background. The book is designed to save competitors and trainers a lot of time and effort trying to extract information in piecemeal fashion from a host of reference sources. For the first time, everything you need to know about exercising and training horses is here in one text.

  • The Tele-View Equine Exercise Endoscope is an easy-to-use method of analyzing airway restriction problems in the upper respiratory tract during exercise. The Endoscope system is lightweight and halter-mounted and can be quickly moved from one horse to the next. The Endoscope cable is placed into the horse’s nasal cavity with the camera tip positioned above the larynx. This placement gives an excellent view of the epiglottis and larynx, both, at rest and during workouts. The exercise video is then recorded to the SD card, which can be easily transferred to the included computer.

    The Tele-View Equine Exercise Endoscope is an easy-to-use method of analyzing airway restriction problems in the upper respiratory tract during exercise. The Endoscope system is lightweight and halter-mounted and can be quickly moved from one horse to the next. The Endoscope cable is placed into the horse’s nasal cavity with the camera tip positioned above the larynx. This placement gives an excellent view of the epiglottis and larynx, both, at rest and during workouts. The exercise video is then recorded to the SD card, which can be easily transferred to the included computer.

    Equine Exercise Physiology
    David Marlin,Kathryn J. Nankervis
    Limited preview - 2013

  • Equine Exercise Physiology
    David Marlin,Kathryn J. Nankervis
    No preview available - 2013

    The Equine Exercise Physiology Laboratory is a world-class facility, one of only two such laboratories not associated with a veterinary college in the United States.

International Committee on Equine Exercise Physiology: Dr

Nettie Liburt, MS, PhD, PAS, is an equine nutritionist based in Long Island, New York. She is a graduate of Rutgers University, where she studied equine exercise physiology and nutrition. Liburt worked for a commercial feed company for nearly four years and currently runs Liburt Equine Nutrition as an independent consultant.