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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Frustration Fixes

Frustration Fix

We all deal with frustration in riding at some point in our careers. Personally, I have waged a constant battle against frustration for the last few years. Yesterday I was able to get to the barn for the first time in nearly two weeks. A combination of poor weather, work, and…

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Kentucky Bound !!

I’m leaving in the morning for Lexington, KY where I’ll be attending the 2016 International Society Of Rider Biomechanics Symposium. While there I’ll be sitting the Level 1 & 2 days of the symposium and taking the Level 1 practical exam. Plus having some extra, horsey fun. This means that not only…

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