BE FIT TO RIDE  

Equestrian core training for performance

No matter the discipline, level or age

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Develop the Equestrian Core 

The off season is always a good time to start conditioning the core for better riding.  But where to start?  Many have opinions on what works for them but many riders are sold mainstream material and few seek personal, professional guidance.  

Our online training helps develop rider’s core endurance with two things in mind; time efficiency and specific training objectives. 

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Train Anywhere

Design your body to ride horses.  Muscles support the skeleton structure and without muscular strength, the body is vulnerable to stress.  Human or horse, wear and tear leads to restrictions and possibly injuries. Use the exercises in our programs to increase the “right kind of strength” for riding horses. 

PROGRAMS develop core endurance

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  • Strength Specific to Riding

    Strength Specific to Riding

    Design your body to ride horses better. Muscles support the skeleton structure and without strength, bones are vulnerable to stress.
  • Tightness Leads to Restrictions

    Tightness Leads to Restrictions

    Make sure there’s nothing restricting the rider’s range of motion while sitting on a horse. A good horseback rider knows how to keep their seat moving fluid with the horse.
  • Secure Core Balance

    Secure Core Balance

    A rider’s seat naturally balances centered but as the horse moves around the arena, a rider must shift more focus onto the inside seat. Being able secure core balance no matter what direction the horse goes. Make sure there’s nothing restricting the rider’s range of motion while sitting on a horse. A good horseback rider knows how to keep their seat moving fluid with the horse.
  • Strength Specific to Riding

    Strength Specific to Riding

    Design your body to ride horses better. Muscles support the skeleton structure and without strength, bones are vulnerable to stress.
  • Tightness Leads to Restrictions

    Tightness Leads to Restrictions

    Make sure there’s nothing restricting the rider’s range of motion while sitting on a horse. A good horseback rider knows how to keep their seat moving fluid with the horse.
  • Secure Core Balance

    Secure Core Balance

    A rider’s seat naturally balances centered but as the horse moves around the arena, a rider must shift more focus onto the inside seat. Being able secure core balance no matter what direction the horse goes