When asked by a riding instructor to “sit up straight” most riders will hollow their back and pull their chest and shoulders back, adding tension and not achieving the position they are truly looking for. Wendy Murdoch helps a student rider find good position, being open in the upper body without stressing the neck or back.
The original length of this clip is 15 minutes 28 seconds
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