Equestrian Fitness Hip Flexor Opening Exercises

7.5 Hip Flexor Openers for Equestrians

Other than improving your core strength and stability what is the biggest thing you can do to help your riding? Loosening your hip flexors. After all, our bum is the main point of contact with the saddle and our legs and seat are our biggest aides.  If we are tight…

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Working Equitation: Give Your Dressage a Purpose

Have you heard of Working Equitation? Google working equitation. Your screen will fill up with beautiful Iberian breeds probably going over different kinds of obstacles. Youtube it. You’ll  likely find videos from Pedro Torres or the beautiful palomino Trigo ridden by Vasco Mira Godinho. As seen in the header picture…

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Self-care a personal perspective from someone who suffers from depression and emotional overeating. From Sea Star Equestrian and Cecelia Conway

Self-Care Guidelines- A Personal Take

“Self-care” has been a big buzz word in the health and wellness community lately and it’s gotten a bad reputation. For those of us who do need self-care, it can often be stigmatizing to admit it to others.   People call ‘pampering’ self-care as a way of justifying their actions.…

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A Clinic Review with William Fox Pitt: Eventing Dressage vs Dressage

Eventing Dressage vs Dressage: A Clinic Review with William Fox Pitt

I’m not an eventer, but I secretly admire them. I’m terrified of cross country and cross rails seem high to me. To have the courage and bravery to gallop a horse across an open field and tackle obstacle after obstacle is something that I’ll need A LOT of mental coaching…

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