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    09-06-2012, 04:54 PM
  #1
Weanling
No Worries Club/Fundamentals?

To put it out there right away, I like Clinton Anderson. I like this personality, his method, his way of explaining, etc. I'm the type of person who needs step by step instruction, I need to know the how and the why and CA does all that for me. I have used some of his stuff on my horse with great success.

Moving on, I have wanted the fundamentals kit for awhile but I cannot swing $600 and I'm leary of buying off of ebay. I do not want to rent off of giddy up flix as I would prefer to own the series so I can look to it whenever I need to.

Which brings me to my question(s)

-Are any of you in the No Worries Club? Did you find it worth it? What did you receive out of it?
-If you own the fundamentals kit/have watched it...what all does it cover? Specifically the riding portion?
-Have any of you bought the Fundamentals kit on Black Friday? If so, how much was it then?

Thanks!
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    10-08-2012, 03:14 PM
  #2
Foal
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Originally Posted by Blondehorselover    
To put it out there right away, I like Clinton Anderson. I like this personality, his method, his way of explaining, etc. I'm the type of person who needs step by step instruction, I need to know the how and the why and CA does all that for me. I have used some of his stuff on my horse with great success.

Moving on, I have wanted the fundamentals kit for awhile but I cannot swing $600 and I'm leary of buying off of ebay. I do not want to rent off of giddy up flix as I would prefer to own the series so I can look to it whenever I need to.

Which brings me to my question(s)

-Are any of you in the No Worries Club? Did you find it worth it? What did you receive out of it?
-If you own the fundamentals kit/have watched it...what all does it cover? Specifically the riding portion?
-Have any of you bought the Fundamentals kit on Black Friday? If so, how much was it then?

Thanks!
I don't know if you have already made your decision but I am a NO WORRIES CLUB member and have the Fundamentals kit and LOVE it. He covers everything from the first roundpenning to riding, yielding hind quarters undersaddle etc. I did not buy it on Black Friday but being a NWC member gets you 50% off of the kit anyway. ALL of my horses are taken through the Fundamentals and Intermediate programs straight away. Best investment I have ever made in horse training.
Les
     
    10-13-2012, 06:24 PM
  #3
Foal
I'm a NWC member, the membership and the cash put into the purchase of the Fundamentals kit is welllll worth it! On his website he has a quick look into what he covers in the kit and it's handy to have! I love the way he goes through material, makes it FOOL PROOF! The riding portion is exactly how he puts it, it's the bare essentials or "fundamentals" of putting your horse together- it's the concrete foundation to a solid horse!
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    10-13-2012, 06:38 PM
  #4
Trained
I'm in the No Worries Club too. It is an EXCELLENT deal. The DVDs he has sent us have been so wonderful, easy to understand, and informative. I love the bag and hat I got too, I use them a lot. I don't have any of the kits but I've heard that they are great.

I love the DVDs because they are pretty long and seeing the results is pretty amazing.
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    10-13-2012, 06:43 PM
  #5
Yearling
I had the dvds at one point. Since they were so expensive, we bought them and I only kept them until I was comfortable doing the exercises with my mare and then resold them.
I bought mine off ebay. I make sure the seller is reputable and then always pay with a credit card, so that I can dispute the claim through my bank if I need to.

My aunt has the no worries club membership though, and really likes it. I guess its just what you want to do.
     
    10-13-2012, 08:52 PM
  #6
Green Broke
How much does the No Worries club cost? Last time I looked at the site it wasn't listed.
     
    10-15-2012, 10:27 AM
  #7
Foal
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Originally Posted by DancingArabian    
How much does the No Worries club cost? Last time I looked at the site it wasn't listed.
There are two different options if I remember correctly. If you paid it all up front it was cheaper something like $199 per year. If you bill it out it is $20 per months. That is what we did.
     
    10-21-2012, 02:37 PM
  #8
Yearling
I was one of the first 100 of his NWC members.....I have since dropped being a member because I am at the point where the monthly DVDs are almost repeats. I love his method and have great success with it with my horses and with horses that had been trained here a couple years ago.
I don't have the fundamentals but I do have all the older ones before the fundamentals. I have the Gaining Respect & Control on the Ground series, Riding with Confidence series, Round penning, Going Bridleless, etc......I love the way he teaches so that the average person can understand how to do things!
     
    11-14-2012, 11:48 PM
  #9
Weanling
I am going to try and get the fundamentals this Black Friday :)
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    11-24-2012, 03:20 AM
  #10
Showing
Black Friday rate to join the No Worries Club, which is good until the 26th, is $50 off the annual $199 rate. A good deal but I'm reluctant to give my credit card number on their site. I don't like that they will bill a credit card for another year at that time unless one cancels. The onus is on the credit card holder.
     

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