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        04-12-2012, 09:32 AM
      #21
    Yearling
    THank you so much to everyone who posted such helpful tips! I learned a lot in my lesson yesterday, too! I was definitely gripping with my knees and that was throwing me forward. I believe I look uncomfortable in the videos because of my back. I have bad lowe back pain. In my lesson I found as we progressed I kept getting further into a fetal position simply because my back was killing me. I had to do some stretching in between so I could continue. I think I will have to look into taking advil before I ride.

    I have a lot of homework from my riding instructor. I will be working on this and maybe post some newer videos if hubby will record me.

    Thank you again, everyone.
         
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        04-12-2012, 07:06 PM
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    Showing
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    Originally Posted by LetAGrlShowU    
    THank you so much to everyone who posted such helpful tips! I learned a lot in my lesson yesterday, too! I was definitely gripping with my knees and that was throwing me forward. I believe I look uncomfortable in the videos because of my back. I have bad lowe back pain. In my lesson I found as we progressed I kept getting further into a fetal position simply because my back was killing me. I had to do some stretching in between so I could continue. I think I will have to look into taking advil before I ride.

    I have a lot of homework from my riding instructor. I will be working on this and maybe post some newer videos if hubby will record me.

    Thank you again, everyone.
    I don't have experience with backpain under saddle but maybe a seat saver or pad for your saddle would help with the back pain?
         

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