05-02-2014, 12:12 AM
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The thing with chest out is that it tends to put a curve into the back, too much.
Try to think of your pelvis being pulled forward, up and forward, then falling back, as if you had a line hooked under your pubic bone, and it was angled up at about a 45 degree toward the sky, and this is how you are hefted up and out of the saddle (ouch!), then you go back. And you don't reallly "fall' back, you ease back . The upward motion will be a bit faster than the sitting back down motion, like UP! Aaannd Up! Aanndd UP!