Sitting properly on a horse

Sitting properly on a horse

Proper sitting on a horse is the basis for riding and no matter what style it is.
Seating has a direct connection to our communication with the horse
Reasons for incorrect seating are often due to lack of training and / or poor equipment
How to identify seating is incorrect?
Sitting incorrectly on the saddle
The body weight on the saddle is unbalanced
Saddle grip through knees
The following are tips for correct sitting in accordance with riding style:
Walking - the hands follow the movement of the horse (head)
Seat Trot - The rider gently absorbs the shocks from the horse's movement through the pelvis while maintaining a straight back
Trout-Kima: The rider must keep his balance. Be careful not to move the weight too much forward or backward
Sitting in a canter - the rider must fit in with the horse's movement and absorb the movement
Sitting incorrectly - sitting a chair (sofa), sitting a pitchfork, sitting loosely.
In conclusion, proper sitting has an impact on our communication with the horse and has an impact riding experience.
In addition, improper sitting can cause pain in the long term

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