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WHY DOES THE CORRECT POSITION MATTER?
THE PATH TO LEARNING
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achieve allow angle ankle Apparent Fault arms back muscles backwards Balancing Exercises balls become bend brain breathing canter Cause The rider centre of gravity Chapter Collapsed Hip correct position Correction The rider correctly Counter-canter crookedness develop Fault The rider feel feet finger foot forward seat frequently front full range gripping ground halt hang heel hind leg hip joint Hip Mobility Exercises holding hollow horse horse's head horse's mouth horse's neck horse's sides inside seat bone instructor keep lack of balance leg aids loose lower leg lunge move Movement in Rising muscle tone novice rider paces pelvis problem range of movement Recommended Exercises rein aids rein contact relax rider's body rider's hands rider's shoulders rider's weight riding rising trot scat seat muscles shoulder blades Side reins sideways sitting trot sometimes Spine Mobility stiff stiffen supple swing tense tension unequal upper body upright vertebra walk weak