Improve your Riding Position & Seat and Confidence with Horse Rider Fitness Specialist – Clare
All of the RiderCise Programs have been created for riders by Clare personally who is a Horse Rider Fitness Specialist, Human Soft Tissue Therapist, Rider, and Owner of 4 beautiful Friesian Mares.
The short, challenging horse rider fitness workouts get results, and because they are accessible from any device with an internet connection you can slot horse rider fitness exercise neatly around all the other demands of a horsey lifestyle. But what makes RiderCise the perfect choice for riders around the world who want to improve their riding position and seat?
RiderCise was founded by Personal Trainer and Soft Tissue Therapist Clare Gangadeen in 2016.
Clare realised general fitness was not improving her riding position and ability and horse rider fitness exercises should specifically condition the muscles that horse riders use with movements that mimic riding as closely as possible. It was with that philosophy in mind that Clare developed RiderCise – Horse Rider Exercise Programs that improve your riding position, seat, balance, and core.
Her expertise in personal training, knowledge of human physiology and passion for riding gives Clare a unique approach that gets results.
The RiderCise horse rider fitness exercise programs have helped everyone from leisure riders right through to professionals competing on the international stage in a wide variety of equestrian disciplines. Today Clare dedicates her time working with clients across the world designing and coaching Bespoke Programs which is Personal Training for Horse Riders who want full support with a customised rider fitness program.
In 2020 Clare wanted to provide an even easier way for horse riders to improve their riding so Clare launched RiderCise On Demand with subscription options that cost than £1 per day. If you’ve ever felt that a lack of fitness has held you back in the saddle or prevented you from achieving the competitive results you deserve, why not take a closer look?