Equestrians are endurance athletes.

A horseback rider must train for personal peak performance.

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Discover the many tools to help get you fit for riding horses.  Members can access their tool box here!


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Equestrian Friendly Exercises

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That first ride after your first workout is the absolute…
improve your hand position when riding your horse
Physically speaking, an equestrians hands are directly connected to their…

Exercise of the Week

Exercise Disclaimer

Condition the body prior to getting in the saddle! The wear and tear on an equestrians from daily riding can take a toll out on the spine and joints. Regular core strength training helps prevent and rehabilitate the body to withstand the vigorous sport of riding horses.

You've got a question and we will try to answer as best as possible. It's our recommendation to take the information on BioRiderFitness.com to your personal trainer and/or doctor, therapist or whomever can see you first hand. If your riding horses, you should be able to strength train your core.

If exercise is painful and/or you get dizzy, nauseous, or feel lightheaded, stop and consult your medical professional right away. Please do not try to get on a horse and work it out.

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Updated on 2016-11-25T16:54:50+00:00, by Bridget.