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EBOOK - Equine Muscular Compensation
By Jean-Pierre Hourdebaigt, LMT
The horse's movements have fascinated man throughout the ages. Whether for work, war or play, the horse's proximity to man's cultural evolution, many civilizations contributed to the study of the horse's locomotion and gait analysis. Today, due to the popularity of equestrian sports, a renewed interest in the study of locomotion and its associated muscular and fascia compensation has become fore front news.
This present manual will give you a clear picture the horse locomotor capacities and on this "compensatory phenomenon", how it occurs and the structures involved. This study of equine muscular and facial compensation is the result of many years of research combined with the feedback from many other veterinarians and related professionals. I specially want to extend my gratitude to Dr Steve Engle, DVM, Chiropractror for personally reviewing the entire manuscript.
This book is meant to be a manual for horse lovers, both amateurs and professionals, who have the desire to participate in the health and fitness of their equine friends. The content of this book will refine your understanding of the equine compensation phenomenon, how to recognize its symptoms and will help you make the decisions needed to participate to its improvement.
This book is a wonderful investment in your future. It provides you detailed information on all aspect of muscle compensation involved in the horse's locomotion. In time, the knowledge gained from this manual will allow you to increase your understanding of the horse locomotion, improve your palpation skills and your finesse of muscular tension evaluation. This in turn will help you refine your training and maintain you horse at pick performance.
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