After suffering multiple horse-related concussions, professional equestrian Ainsey Vince speaks on injury, recovery and what her life is like now.
Some uncommon and even bizarre pieces of tack and accessories can be found in the horse industry. Here, we give you a look at just a few of them.
A common barrier to instituting an exercise regimen is lack of time. Find out how to achieve maximum results in a minimum amount of time.
Horses, like riders, come in all shapes and sizes. These exercises focus on strengthening the smaller riders who are matched with big mounts.
As a rider, training tends to be very sport-specific – hours in the saddle, sitting trot without stirrups. Learn about more exercises in this article.
For quiet but effective legs while riding, try these JOGA exercises – yoga tailored specifically to athletes to improve agility, strength, and mobility.
Trauma to any part of your body affects how your muscles function to support you against gravity and can often result in back pain.
One of the most common equitation pitfalls is keeping one’s heels down and stable - which is integral to more than just a pretty picture.
Physiotherapist Jamie Camp explains the causes of the dreaded back pain caused by sciatica.
Physiotherapist Jamie Camp provides exercises to improve pelvic range of motion to enable balance throughout gait changes and transitions.