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Why is Pilates Exercise suited to the Equestrian Athlete? - Spine Articulation

  • 08 May 2014

The Principle of Spine Articulation relates very closely to the Principle of Axial Elongation – as with axial elongation we aim to position of our spine in the best possible way for it to absorb the forces placed on our body allowing for greater mobility or stability dependent on those forces.

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Why is Pilates Exercise suited to the Equestrian Athlete? - Axial Elongation

  • 02 Feb 2014

Axial Elongation: refers to the position of our spine and its ability to absorb forces placed on our body allowing for greater mobility or stability dependant on those forces. Or in more basic terms ‘Posture’.

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Why is Pilates Exercise suited to the Equestrian Athlete? - Breathing

  • 24 Dec 2013

I promised that over the next few months I would introduce to you each Pilates principle and explain how they relate to the Equestrian Athlete and provide a simple exercise for you to try that addresses this principle - so here is the next installment.... Pilates Principle: Breathing Breathing… one of our most basic needs and yet also one of those things we don’t generally take the time to do well.

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Wanaka 10km Challenge

  • 02 Dec 2013

10 Km Challenge General Information Sheet - Wanaka 10 Km running race March 29th 2014 - Race start time: 10 am (10 Km up Cardrona Valley road)...

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