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“A Massage at the start of your horses break will only benefit him!” © Adrienne Tomkinson
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EQWO.net Guestblog with Adrienne Tomkinson

Wow, so you made it through the summer!  Are you still heading off to the last couple of competitions?  After months of training, successes...
Stretching exercises loosen joints and improve muscle function. © Adrienne Tomkinson
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EQWO.net Guestblog with Adrienne Tomkinson

There is a difference between Conditioning and Training your horse.  And every horse needs a balanced mixture of both.  What is the difference you...
Stretching and mobilisation exercises are highly beneficial for strength and flexibility. © Adrienne Tomkinson
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EQWO.net Guestblog with Adrienne Tomkinson

Adrienne Tomkinson | EQWO.net guest blog – Training your older horse can be fun and easy.  Mostly he has learnt what you want and...
Stretching exercises keep your horse supple and strong © Adrienne Tomkinson
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EQWO.net Guestblog with Adrienne Tomkinson

Adrienne Tomkinson | EQWO.net guest blog – Young horses require a lot of training.  They are willing to learn and love to receive praise. ...
Lightly work your horse the next day, preferably on a loose rein. © Shutterstock | Joy Brown
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EQWO.net guest blog with Adrienne Tomkinson

Adrienne Tomkinson | EQWO.net guest blog - The competition season is well and truly underway.  Some have a full schedule with competitions every one...
A lack of strength can be attributed to poorly functioning muscles. Regular massage optimises your training.© Adrienne Tomkinson
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Adrienne Tomkinson | EQWO.net guest blog – It is important for horses in all disciplines to have the appropriate strength and fitness to perform...
Massages help against muscles diseases. © Shutterstock / Sarah O´Flanagan
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Adrienne Tomkinson | EQWO.net guest blog

Adrienne Tomkinson | EQWO.net guest blog – Skeletal muscles are amazing, they hold the skeleton together and allow movement of all kinds in the...
Always check your equipment before starting in a new season. © Shutterstock / Marcel Jancovic
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EQWO.net guest blog by Adrienne Tomkinson

Adrienne Tomkinson | EQWO.net guest blog – Lets recap the previous season.  For those who compete, whatever the discipline, lets take a look at...
Nach einer intensiven Trainingseinheit empfehle ich eine leichte Übungseinheit und danach einen Tag Pause. © Phovoir / Shutterstock
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EQWO.net guest blog by Adrienne Tomkinson

Adrienne Tomkinson | EQWO.net guest blog – We all focus on fitness, muscle development, technical training and the many ways in which we can...
Measure your horses fitness regularly. © AJR_photo / Shutterstock
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EQWO.net guest blog by Adrienne Tomkinson

Adrienne Tomkinson | EQWO.net guest blog – Spring is at the door and the competition season is just a month or two away. For...
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EQWO.net guest blog by Adrienne Tomkinson

Adrienne Tomkinson | EQWO.net guest blog – Did you know there are many benefits; physical, mental and emotional that come from cross training? How? During...
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EQWO.net guest blog by Adrienne Tomkinson

Adrienne Tomkinson | EQWO.net guest blog – We all know that a massage is relaxing.  From this sense of relaxation, endorphins are released, muscle tension...
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EQWO.net guest blog by Adrienne Tomkinson

Adrienne Tomkinson | EQWO.net guest blog –  Warming up and cooling down is so important as we need to prepare the body for the demands...
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EQWO.net-Guestblog with Adrienne Tomkinson

Adrienne Tomkinson | EQWO.net Guestblog - In the sunny but cold days, for many of us, riding outside is a preference. Riding outside brings...
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EQWO.net-Guestblog with Adrienne Tomkinson

JC | EQWO.net Guestblog - Talking to Adrienne Tomkinson today we found out a lot about a very interesting woman and the possibility to train...