Riding Tip of the Week 2
 By Hypnotic Equus   •   2nd Nov 2009   •   2,530 views   •   5 comments
2 weeks ago you all loved riding tip of the week one. I was sick last week, so I will pick it up again this week. So here it is...

This weeks tip is on... Riding form! Any discipline, from roping to dressage, to racing, to show jumping requires good form, so here are some exercise tips I've learned. A few exercises you can use are: The Heel-Step exercise, which helps strengthen your legs and improves your heel. For five minutes each day, or longer if you want, find a staircase and stand with the balls of your feet on the edge, with the rest of your feet hanging down. Flex up and down a few times to stretch your muscles. If you ache slightly after you do this, it is working. You should notice improvements after a few weeks. And now for our second exercise: The Broom-back exercise. Find a broom with a long handle. Put it behind your back, holding it tight against your back for several minutes a day. It will improve posture. If it hurts slightly, it is working.

That's all for now,
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Hopeful Haven  
Thanks! I loove these tips! I'm definately doing these exercises =D
  Nov 3, 2009  •  1,376 views
I Love the Tips And Im Deff Doing to try them out! *skips off to try out exercises*
  Nov 4, 2009  •  1,387 views
Hypnotic Equus  
Thanks guys!
  Nov 4, 2009  •  1,530 views
I'm new hear and I want some friends so send me some emails
  Nov 4, 2009  •  1,374 views
Little Bitty Farm  
Great article!
  21 days ago  •  1,397 views
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