Posture and stability are essential in all sports.

Once a client said to me “This is like when we teach snowboarding – we always talk about alignment”.  As we do in riding, cycling, running.

Core stability is an “overused” phrase, but it explains everything.  Hold yourself up, no leaning or resting or slouching.  No hanging in the ligaments of the joints – which often shows up when planking or bridging – all about engaging the muscles to hold the body strong and straight.

Strengthen the core so that the trunk supports itself and the limbs can move independently without locking areas of the body which then prevents free movement, as seen in ballroom dancing, dressage riding, sprinting.

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Equestrian Biomechanics
Biomechanics in Cycling
Biomechanics in Running
Biomechanics in Ball Sports
Biomechanics in Sailing
Biomechanics in Swimming