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How to get the perfect leg position in 5 minutes a day (trot) Week 2. Camille and Polo

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Published on Feb 21, 2013

This is Camille Beatty on Marco Polo. Last week we started focusing more on her lower leg position by asking her to warm up while doing different exercises that would help her to discover how to feel, and be able to adjust her seat over her lower leg. This is week two and you will see that her lower leg is now much better. She is holding (not squeezing hard) with her lower leg to balance her seat and upper body. As you can see, all of her joints (ankle, knee and hip) are now getting springy. As a result, so it Polo's movement. This is the first time that this 5 minute exercise felt like a shorter ride. When she first started doing this (at the walk) Those five minutes seemed to take forever.

Have you tried doing this yet? What have you felt different in your riding position? You will find your upper body position will be forward at first so that you can balance a little with your hands on the horses withers.

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