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Improve Your Ability To Sit To The Trot (Part 2)

Now that you understand the importance of supple hips from part one lets take a look at our pelvis. This…

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Improve Your Ability To Sit To The Trot (Part 1)

In order to improve our sitting trot, first it is best to understand what the movement involves so that you…

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The Role Of The Psoas Muscle In Dressage Riders

As we progress our dressage posture and balance its important to get a good understanding of what muscles can really…

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The Biomechanics Of Balance In Dressage

Being a good dressage rider requires an incredibly unique combination of the right sort of strength and lightness. It requires…

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8 Key Muscles Involved When We Ride

To pin point just few muscles is doing dis service to the amount of subtle work our body has to…

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Why A Resistance Band Could Help Your Dressage With 12 Exercises To Try

In order to be a strong and balanced rider we need to ensure we are working on our strength as…

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Midline Stabilization And Organization For Dressage Riders

In order to be a successful dressage rider no matter what level you are riding at, its important that you…

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Upper Body Exercises For Dressage Riders

A strong stable rider that has independent hands creates a beautiful picture upon a horse and this is something we…

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Why Dressage Riders Should Brace Their Spine And How To Do So

In order to protect your spine and be able to transfer the force the horse creates beneath you, you need…

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Why Planks Are Great For Dressage Rider Posture (With 6 Different Variations To Try)

As a dressage rider our goal is to remain super stable and balanced, yet have the ability to move our…

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