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Rider Fitness

 

Warm Up Exercises for Equestrians

You know it’s important to get your horse limber for a training session. Your own preparation, however, is just as crucial. Learn three specific warm-up exercises for equestrians and five exercises to reduce stress in this excerpt adapted from the new book Rider Fitness: Body and Brain. | MORE

 

Rider Fitness Tip of the Month: Lengthening Your Leg

Rider exercises to stabilize the lower leg in the dressage saddle and fix floppy legs. | MORE

 

Media Critique: The Rider’s Pain-Free Back

What sets this book apart from the rest, though, is the section that discusses riding and the human back. | MORE

 

Equestrian Athletes Need More Than Nice Dressage Attire

Project Centerline may be about designing attire for dressage riders, but being a top-athlete is about more than just dressage attire. It all starts with being healthy, and keeping your horse healthy as well. | MORE

 

Rider Fitness Tip of the Month: Fixing Floppy Legs

Rider exercises to stabilize the lower leg in the dressage saddle and fix floppy legs. | MORE

 

7 Balimo Exercises To Improve Your Balance In The Saddle

Improve your effectiveness in the saddle with these exercises from top sports physiologist Eckart Meyners. | MORE

 

Rider Fitness Tip of the Month: Fixing Riding Posture – Riders with Rounded Shoulders

Exercises to improve your riding posture and keep your shoulders back in the saddle during dressage training. | MORE

 

Rider Fitness Tip of the Month: Teaching Your Body New Patterns

Exercises to teach your body new patterns to improve your riding. | MORE

 

Rider Fitness Tip of the Month: Breast Cancer Challenge

An interview with an equestrian breast cancer survivor and exercises to build shoulder strength and improve range of motion. | MORE

 

Rider Fitness Tip of the Month: Engage Your Hindquarters

This fitness tip offers an exercise to help you strengthen your gluteals and hamstrings allowing you to 'engage your hindquarters' and use your seat more correctly. | MORE

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