If you’re new to Pilates and would like some advice on getting started, here are some tips to help you…
Julie Driver on Horsemanship Radio – Episode 76 Julie joins Debbie Loucks to talk about her passion for horses, and…
In the first part of the series Julie shares her top exercises for helping to improve your position in the saddle and recognising your own alignment.
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Being able to balance is a fundamental part of staying in the saddle, part two Julie gives you exercises to improve your balance and move in harmony with your horse.
Riding is full body workout for you as well as your horse, in part three Julie explains how to use Pilates to improve your strength and stamina.
On a warm Sunday this past summer, I found myself physically out-maneuvered by my three-year- old son. It stung. I watched him run up a slide, dart right at the top, spinning on his heel and leaping down a “reman’s pole” before cheering triumphantly.
Some people love exercise. Some do it after a long, tedious day of work. Others set the alarm just so they can fit in their daily routine. They have made maintaining their fitness a habit.It’s not just a matter of running on the treadmill for a few days or weeks, then giving up and using it to hang clothes on.
A trio of apparatus delivers triple the benefits, working spine extension, joint mobility and scapular stability to combat all that time you spend sitting, at the desk, in the car and at the mercy of your smart devices. The result: a sleek, sculpted lower half.