06-02-2013, 04:13 PM
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In the '70's I learned from John Lyon. It worked for me. However, I think Clinton introduced us to a lot which had not been seen or done previously. Not a fan of Parelli. A little too full of himself for my liking. Some of his methods are ok though and obviously work for different people.
I do think it is good for us to watch and observe as many training methods as possible, glean a little from each and apply what works for us.
In the early days, we only had books which told us what to do. Now we are so lucky to actually be able to view training on TV and obtain movies for home use. I'd like to think it has helped us all to become better trainers, but unfortunately much I've seen out there, doesn't convince me.