Whether you ride competitively or for recreation, you’ll realize immediate and long-term benefits in core strength, balance, endurance and overall health. Your horse will be healthier, too.
Track Your Results
One of the most rewarding benefits of CoreX Equine is that you can easily monitor and measure your progress. As you gather the data and make adjustments, you can see and feel improvements in your core strength and balance. Not surprisingly, you’ll also notice how your riding performance improves—with greater speed, control, and stamina - for you and your horse!
Following a hip replacement I realized how difficult, yet important, balance in the saddle is. I used CoreX Equine and what a difference it made for my horse Gunner and myself. I believe in CoreX Equine and continue to benefit from its results!
Given this mounting body of evidence, it is clear that pelvic stability and pelvic control are the sine qua non of rider performance. CoreX Equine is an inexpensive, easy-to-use system for monitoring pelvic position and stability. As the equestrian population ages, many riders are having joint replacements. After surgery I realized how many compensation strategies and asymmetries I'd developed in the interim. It would have been fabulous to have an exercise program targeted specifically toward getting back in the saddle with a straight and effective position. Most of us just want to keep riding as long as possible.
The CoreX Equine helps my students succeed.
As a riding coach, I am always seeking ways to help my students improve and to hear the message of correct equitation. In CoreX Equine I have found a system that lets students learn in real time and better understand just how much to change body position to achieve proper form. CoreX Equine helps my students outside of their normal lesson times by giving them instant feedback. I can log in and check to see how the ride went and what postural issues they might be having and then we can discuss, even if I am hundreds of miles away, how we want to plan the ride for the next day or later that week. I highly recommend Corex Equine.
All work in dressage should be free, light, and aesthetically beautiful to the observer. To help achieve this, the rider must have great postural awareness and control while resolving undue muscle tension to more easily “receive” and follow their horse - CoreX Equine is a tool to help the riders achieve this.