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These exercises from Rebecca Ashton work on your rotation to help with turns, corners and lateral work on your horse.
DT's Fitness Columnist Rebecca Ashton takes you through plank progressions and explains why they're great for riding.
One of the best results gained from improving your fitness is reduced back and hip pain. As the muscles surrounding your spine and hips get stronger, they support the joints more effectively.?A
We hear a lot of discussion about improving the topline of a horse. Riders can train for better posture by strengthening the muscles in the chain in their ?backline.'? Regardless of the discipline,
Use these exercises to bring focus to your core and center of balance before your weight training, aerobic work or ride. For both movements, sit on an exercise ball or chair in upright posture, feet
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