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Have you ever had someone take a photo or video of you riding and you have recoiled in horror at your duckbum, rounded shoulders or slouched posture? Do you wish you could work on these issues in-between your riding lessons? Well look no further as EquiCanineTM has come up with…

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Technological advances in biomarker measuring devices and telecommunications now make this possible, and are easily and economically available. Riders can work either independently or with a coach using a device, such as the CoreX Equine Level Belt and App, which is downloaded to a iPhone or iPod which fits into…

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The ability to maintain core stability when riding at different gaits and movements is a riding-specific skill that has to be learned during mounted exercise. Until this skill has been developed, it is not possible to sit in harmony with the horse’s movements or to give precise aids. Technology to…

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Suzanne Bennett, RVT, VTS, horse owner and trainer, describes her experience using CoreX Equine. As publishing in Horses and People, October 2106

The ability to maintain core stability when riding at different gaits and movements is a riding-specific skill that has to be learned during mounted exercise. Until this skill has been developed, it is not possible to sit in harmony with the horse’s movements or to give precise aids. Technology to…

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CoreX Equine provides the ability to customize the level of difficulty, the ability to track and measure different riding styles and techniques and measure biofeedback across multiple planes, and the ability to monitor your progress over time and on different horses.

A rider's perception of the position of their pelvis and torso can often be inaccurate; therefore it is valuable to receive accurate feedback. Technological advances in biomarker measuring devices and telecommunications now make this possible and are easily and economically available from EquiCanine™.The CoreX Equine Level Belt and App…

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Each rider's physical structure–their unique shape, natural asymmetries and their individual anomalies, due to neuromusculoskeletal trauma, result in riders having some kind of imbalance in their body. This affects the rider's relationship between the saddle and their ability to sit straight and in a position in which they can ride…

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A rider's postural strength and cohesion comes from developing strength and tone in the core muscles. These muscles stabilize the pelvis, spine and ribcage, and control the position of the rider's pelvis and pelvic alignment; the pelvis being the main interface with the movement of the horse's back.A specific…

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The importance of posture and understanding the position of your pelvis and trunk and how to move and control the lumbo-pelvic spine when horse riding is critical so as to maintain a stable base for the riders trunk and head to balance upon and for the limbs to swing and…

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