Horses Inside Out is an educational service and its purpose is to show riders, trainers, and therapists on how to improve the horse’s performance and yet maintain its physiological condition.
The way they deliver that is fascinating and fun, and in their opinion by understanding the anatomy, biomechanics, and physiology of the horse people can manage horses for optimum muscular health and reduce the risk of injury!
Gillian Higgins is a member of this educational service and she uses every opportunity to share what she knows as a sports and remedial therapist. At the Winter Equestrian Festival, West Palm Beach, Florida she showed how the biomechanics and how horses work can help us to improve horse’s technique and scope over a fence.
Also, how that can help strengthen the right muscles for powerful jumping, reduce the risk of repetitive strain injuries, and improve the overall performance. You’ll be impressed by this video as it is very cool.
The idea looks very nice and the names that she has given to the bones sound really pretty. Without a doubt, her idea is very helpful and everyone can understand what she is trying to deliver.
Make sure you don’t miss the video below!