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Ground-breaking book aims to help riders Move Well to Ride Well

A ground-breaking book, Biomechanics for the Equestrian – Move Well to Ride Well, containing information that has not been shared with the equestrian industry before, aims to help riders improve their own movement to help their riding.

Do you struggle with pain, or a lack of mobility, or a position in the saddle that just won’t improve? Do you ever feel like you struggle to find the right exercise routine that helps your body and your riding, or at least your struggle to find time to do one? If so, Biomechanics for the Equestrian – Move Well to Ride Well by the Human and Equine Sports Therapist, Biomechanist and Coach Debbie Rolmanis, is essential reading for you.

The recently published book contains revolutionary information that has not been provided to the equestrian industry before. Working with the mechanic of the human body, and how we were all designed to move, you will learn how to build a sustainable and functional body that can sit in the saddle in the best way for you, and for your horse.

“Your body wants to be strong, aligned and mobile and your horse wants it to be, too,” says Debbie. “In Biomechanics for the Equestrian – Move Well to Ride Well, you will discover how to prepare your body for life in and out of the saddle by changing the way you move throughout the day. Discover what is causing your lower back pain, or the stiffness in your hips and learn how you can move yourself away from pain and towards performance without having to find extra time in your day.”

Debbie has operated her equine performance consultancy business for the last 15 years, working with elite and amateur clients in New Zealand and Europe. She has ridden and trained with GP dressage riders in Germany, America and the UK and worked as Health Team member for the New Zealand Para Equestrian Team in London 2012 and at WEG 2014. She also undertook the role of Soft Tissue Therapist on behalf of Team GB at London 2012.

Biomechanics for the Equestrian – Move Well to Ride Well is available to buy on Amazon


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