Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: Eventing Country
• Horses: 0
You have to find balance over your feet. If you aren't balanced over your feet, you wont get it. Your saddle also has to beable to aid you in this, not hinder you.
Feet must be under you. Legs long, no gripping or pinching - allow your bodies weight to flow down into your heels. Your seat tucked under you slightly, activate your core, strait lower back, tall upper body, chest opened as though you are lifting your heart. Head up.
If you look down and you can see your toes, your legs are too forward. If you look down and can see your heels, your legs are too far back.
It's all about balance.