Better Use of Your Back Riding (with the exercise ball)

A stable, supple back position when riding means increased freedom in your hips to go with the movement of the horse, the ability to give precise cues with your legs, and a soft upper body so your contact can be steady and your rein aids clear.

But what is the difference between the terms that you hear riding instructors using in regards to back posture… what does it mean to be arched, hollow, or too round? Is there a way to work on how you use your back riding, even when you aren’t riding?

In today’s video, I’m going to show you what an effective back looks like and how you can find this for yourself.

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