Remote Rider Biomechanics for Jumping
Rider position is incredibly important (even for jumping!). Our posture has a huge influence on our horse's performance. Our remote rider biomechanics system allows you to DIY your own biomechanics assessment!
  • head position
  • upper body position
  • upper arm position
  • lower arm (wrist/hand)position
  • lower leg position
  • foot position
  • lower leg mobility
We report on 7 key positional metrics for jumping (all in 2D unlike our regular system):
You'll get a tracked video, like the one below ...
Plus a detailed report, that compares your position (on average) a good jumping position. There is no one "perfect" jumping position - it depends on a lot of factors, such as the height of the fence, the length of your leg, your saddle  as well as your personal preference as a rider. A full example report can be found here.