By Jean-Pierre Hourdebaigt, LMT
We all know that a good seat is vital for good riding performance. You want your center of gravity to move in sink with the horse's center of gravity. This book will teach you about the muscles responsible for a good seat so you can increase their fitness and their flexibility. This will improve your overall posture, and increase your stamina and sense of balance.
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