After suffering multiple horse-related concussions, professional equestrian Ainsey Vince speaks on injury, recovery and what her life is like now.
Leg strength is important for riders because it is the foundation of a stable leg and seat. Try this simple exercise to boost leg power.
Cardiovascular fitness is important for horseback riders of all ages and skill levels. Try these exercises to get you moving and improve your cardio.
Core strength is particularly important for horseback riders. It keeps us centered over our horses during spooks, trips or other quick movements.
New research on the link between traumatic brain injury, dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, concussion recovery times and return to play protocols.
A rider’s arms are an area that can benefit from targeted strengthening. Try these exercises – the Row and the W Raise – to build strength in your biceps.
Improve your ankle strength and control for better balance in the saddle with these exercises from registered physiotherapist Alison Barr.
Sometimes saddles just don’t want to sit still, sliding either too far backward or forward. Find a solution in correctly fitted breastplates and cruppers.
Knee alignment is important under saddle, whether you experience knee pain or not. Correcting your lower leg position can prevent future problems.
Riders are often struggling to correct these secondary problems when the root causes of asymmetry are in the hips. Keep reading to find out more.