The Rider's Pain-free Back

The Rider's Pain-free Back

Overcome Chronic Soreness, Injury, and Aging, and Stay in the Saddle for Years to Come

eBook - 2007
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Explaining the impact of horseback riding on the human back in easy-to-understand terms, this guide illustrates how various movements in the saddle affect a rider's back and outlines straightforward steps that can be taken immediately to help keep riders ready to saddle up. Too many riders suffer from back injury, stress, or strain and consequently experience pain when in the saddle or are unable to ride at all. This indispensable guide has step-by-step exercises for strengthening the body for riding, guidance on horse selection and tack selection, and tips on.
Publisher: Chicago : Trafalgar Square Books, 2007
ISBN: 9781570766350
1570766355
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: Hendrickson, Ami

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