There are many ways to get stronger as an equestrian, but some movements and postures are more effective than others. I’ve created this list to give you 5 of the most relevant postures for strengthening your body as an equestrian.
We all know that we should warm-up before a workout. But not all of us know what that warm-up should look like. I’ve worked with equestrians on a very close basis for the last 3 years, and my experience has taught me that the most effective warm-ups for equestrians combine muscle activation, mobility, and balancing postures.
Many of the injuries experienced by equestrians do not occur during the ride itself. They actually occur as a result of not stretching once you are finished with your ride. Being upright on a horse is a killer workout! It taxes your upper-body, hips, core, and your spine. There are many stretches you can do … Read More
The blog below lists the 5 best yoga postures to help lacrosse players improve their athletic performance. Yup, even Paul Rabil does yoga. So if the best lacrosse players are doing yoga to improve their athletic performance as laxers… shouldn’t you? I started doing yoga as a Senior lacrosse player for the University of Wisconsin. … Read More
The following blog shows you the 5 best stretches lacrosse players should do after their practice, workout, or game, in order to help them prevent injury, recovery more quickly, and get back to field sooner with less soreness. We all want to play our best and perform at the highest level possible as often as … Read More
Being sick sucks, but it doesn’t mean you have to avoid exercise altogether. Try out these stretches to help preserve mobility, recover more quickly, and sleep better. Even if you aren’t sick, these postures are great for winding down from the day, as well! Remember, if you’re feeling light-headed or nauseous, stop what you’re doing! … Read More