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Look Up! Using Your Eyes in Riding

Have you ever had a riding instructor tell you to “look up!” or “look or where you are going!”?

It’s good advice, as the average human head weighs 10-11 lbs and that weight, balanced at the top of your torso, will have a lot of influence on the rest of your posture and position.

In today’s video I will tell you three reasons why it is important to look up, plus what to pay attention to if you often find yourself looking down.

Hint… it’s not all about your eyes…

Hit play to watch the video below!

P.S. If you want more Solutions to Your Biggest Riding Challenges, Click Here to check out the course with Wendy Murdoch.

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