The trend of traveling on horses might have got outdated but still, a horse is considered as a royal ride. Before we all had cars to drive in, people used horses to get around, and almost everyone was taught to care and ride a horse.
There are many obvious health benefits to riding:
• Escalates Flexibility: Along with the core muscles, the inner thighs and pelvic muscles get the biggest workout as a rider positions himself or herself. Riders often have to maintain a squatting position while they ride. This exercise helps with good overall muscle tone and flexibility.
• It increases one’s body awareness: Horseback riding really works the core muscles that stabilize the trunk: the abdominal, back, and pelvic muscles. However, it’s not just about the strength of the core, but the coordination and stability of it as well. The more you ride, the more the body learns to move with the horse.
• Triggers Quick Thinking: Riding a large, powerful animal with a mind and agenda of its own is a full-body workout that will force you to engage muscles you didn’t know existed and be constantly adjusting to the form of the animal.
• Improves Coordination: There are many movements that need to happen simultaneously while riding for the horse to be properly guided- this is what coordination consists of.
• Builds Core Strength: Horseback riding is an isometric exercise, which means it uses specific muscles to stay in certain positions, in this case, keeping balanced on the horse. Because of this, postural strength is very important when riding and the posture of riders improves even in day to day activities.
Horse riding plays a vital role in improving overall human health and encompasses many benefits; therefore, Al Nadi Al Burhani offers professional training for horse riding. It is a sports academy along with horse riding; it also offers professional training of volleyball, football, archery, and cricket for children. For more information and detail visit their website http://alnadialburhani.com/