How To Set Up Neutral Spine For Dressage Riders

In this article I discuss neutral spine for dressage riders and why it’s important to understand. Learn what neutral spine…

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Dressage Posture – Improve The Health Of Your Spine

Great posture is one of the keys for a balanced horse that’s connected with their rider. That’s because spine health…

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Dressage Exercises For Toe Position And Correct Leg Alignment In Saddle

Here are some great dressage exercises for toe position when you are in the saddle. Improve how your leg sits…

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The Role Our Adductors Play In Dressage Position

As dressage riders, our adductor strength plays an integral role in our seat. The adductor muscles, located in our inner…

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Dressage Rider Exercises For Improved Fitness

Here are some great dressage rider exercises to help improve overall rider fitness and stamina. By including them you will…

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Joint Pain In Dressage Riders

Even though a dressage rider creates the illusion of being still the body does an incredible amount of movement to…

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Why Do You Bounce

Today I wanted to carry on talking about sitting trot and provide you with some more information on how to…

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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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How The Psoas Affects Your Pelvis Stability

When we are riding in correct posture and with good neutral spine our pelvis is evenly balanced and we are…

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