Nov 16, 2021
This time on the Anatomy in Clay Learning System podcast, the first of several sections of audio from founder Jon Zahourek’s presentation at the Best Horse Practices Summit in Lexington, Kentucky.
The summit was for professional riders, veterinarians, life-longer learners, recreational horse owners, and university professors was held Oct. 29 -31 at Spy Coast Farm’s Equine Education Center.
In these introductory comments, Jon Zahourek talks about the power of hands-on learning versus dissection, connective tissues and fibers, Bodies as fluid and elastic, myofibrils, the fundamental similarities between horse and human, muscles as actors (not directors), and why joints are found in fibrous capsules, among many other observations.
My name is Mark Stevens and I'm the host of the Anatomy in Clay Learning System podcast -- conversations about the Anatomy in Clay Learning System, providing the most effective, informative and relevant anatomy education through the power of hands-on learning.
Note about the Best Horse Practices Summit:
Intro and Outro music "Vicious Pen" courtesy of Moby Gratis