Improving your parasympathetic nervous system enhances your riding and makes you a healthier human all-round.
A serious riding accident couldn't keep Jenn Crawford out of the saddle; now she is running a clinic to teach and inspire other para riders.
In a study comparing traditional helmets to those with MIPS technology there was no reduction of rotational velocity, the leading cause of brain injury.
How Working With Animals Benefits Mental Health
In this exclusive excerpt from the new exercise book by Laura Crump Anderson, a few full body exercises are highlighted.
Riders over 40 – including those 65+ – are the fastest-growing segment of the equestrian world, whether newbies or returning to the sport.
In this episode of Hitting Your Stride, Tracey Mitchell talks about mental and physical prep with CrossFit Level II coach Patrick Ramsay.
Why this design technology is so important and how research is working to make us safer ‒ plus we bust a few helmet myths along the way.
If you find yourself a bit wobbly in the saddle or achy after rides, here are some exercises to strengthen the core, legs and upper body.
For dressage rider Jill Irving, the goal of representing Canada at the Olympics means keeping herself – and her team – strong and healthy.