Rider imbalances, such as body asymmetry, can affect the way the horse feels and moves. Find out how physiotherapy can help you be a better rider.
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Many riders find it challenging to sit tall in the saddle, which is related to our modern lifestyle, where so many activities encourage us to bend forward.
Find out what causes hand and elbow alignment problems for horseback riders and how to fix them, in order to avoid communication errors with your horse.
Do you struggle to maintain your seat, and find yourself crooked in the saddle? Learn how to identify and correct asymmetry in your body to fix it.
Lower leg stability is important for protecting both the rider and the horse. Try these exercises to fix wobbly legs and feel more secure in the saddle.
Try these exercises to increase your leg strength and correct the dreaded “chair seat” posture, a common issue for many horseback riders.
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.
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.
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