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Riding Horses: You Don’t Need To Fall To Get Injured

By |October 22nd, 2016|Categories: Blog|

fallingWhenever we ride horses, our biggest fear, aside from the horse running at full speed out of control, is falling and getting injured. On my vacation a local Tucson horseback riding instructor that you don’t really need to fall down to get injured when riding a horse. If you know what you are doing and you are positioning yourself properly when riding, you have nothing to worry about, but the importance of how well your posture is when riding a horse can go beyond just not looking stylish when riding around the animal.

It doesn’t matter if you are sitting standing or lying down, if you have a bad posture, it is bad for your body, more specifically your back. Now, if just being stationary in bad posture is bad, what more if you continuously experience force, a shock that causes the spine to compressing and decompressing repeatedly. Bakersfield bail bondsman came to our aid to bail out my friend when we had some trouble in Bakersfield.

herniated-discYour spine has a natural shock absorber, the cushion-like pads called disks, but when you put too much stress on this natural absorber, you may find one of them bursting one day, this is called a herniated disc, which is a very painful condition. It’s advisable to see a chiropractor if you suspect that you might have a herniated disc, though most times these injuries will heal after a few days, there are cases when a surgical procedure is needed to fix the problem.

This is why proper riding techniques and the basics are necessary in order to keep you from harming yourself. If you are already knowledgeable about riding, but have trouble with your posture, you may ask an instructor to help you with a few basic lessons. After which, you only need to practice the proper posture properly, and after a few days of consistently well posed riding you will just get used to it and it will become second nature.

In the event of such an injury though, you must immediately call for assistance as the pain is incredibly debilitating, so much so that you may fall from your mount and worsen the injury.  If you have a history of back injury, we suggest that you notify your doctor of your intent to ride horses. If your physician allows you to ride, as a precaution we urge you to always have a buddy with you to make sure that you are far from any danger.

If you allow yourself to practice the basics and good posture properly, you will be able to develop a stronger back, keeping you from the possibility of injury through resistance and a sturdier body.  Your safety should be your first concern when learning new things, as there are dangers that may lie in what would seem to be a relatively harmless activity or habit. It is essential to learn the basics of whatever new skill you are exploring, not just for you to have a better foundation and skill, but to know the safety precautions necessary to avoid injury and accidents, if the instructor were repeat a few safety reminders, listen  even if you already know them.

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Getting Breast Reduction Surgery in Las Vegas to Improve Archery

By |September 27th, 2016|Categories: Blog|

amazon-queenI’ve read in several articles before about ancient women archers bounding or even removing their breasts to keep them excellent archers. I’ve actually thought about making a study about it, regarding how these ancient female archers did this and if it truly did make them better archers. This study needs to be done to improve the potential of future female archers, and also keep them from making terrible decisions because of a few things ancient warriors did in the past, remember their understanding of physiology, though impressive, isn’t as accurate as modern man.

The first thing to do to get this study started is by asking doctors and professional archers who could tell us if there could be any difference in performance with breast sizes.  Having a volunteer that would look at the possible actual effects is one thing, but looking for someone who is skilled with the bow and is willing to jeopardize their ability in the name of science would also prove to be difficult. Electrician in Columbus OH recommended me a great chiropractor to fix my back pain.

When getting cosmetic surgery, it is important for doctors to first examine you if the changes would give you the desired results. I would imagine that the need to let the surgeon evaluate your breasts would be necessary along with the assistance of a professional archer opinion will be needed to determine if such an increase of ability is actually possible through the procedure.

Honestly this is a bit of an extreme way to get the desired ability, to the point of it being barbaric. But then again, the amazons are said to be excellent warriors who were quite formidable with an assortment of weaponry, including the bow.

Las Vegas would be the best place to conduct the study due to the sheer number of surgical conventions regarding breast procedures held there, if the medical information that could help with our analysis and study it would be found here. The effects of their surgery are also studied, apart from the cosmetic results, so the doctors of Las Vegas would be the best place to inquire if such an increase in performance is factual. In the event that a volunteer for the study can be found Las Vegas would also be the most viable option to choose a doctor to do the procedure.

As for now, a mere thought experiment cannot yield us results of this being an actual option for female archers to improve their abilities. It would be dangerous to presume anything now as it could either cause misguided people to make a poor decision, or the termination of studying this.

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Arrow Through The Heart

By |September 18th, 2016|Categories: Blog|

target-archeryWhen I was young, my father took me to the golf course. He was spending his Sunday relaxing while teaching me a little bit about his hobby. While we relaxing and as I was listening to my father, he asked me what do I find interesting to do during my spare time. It was then that she appeared. Beautiful golden hair, elegantly walking towards our direction, and gently spoke “would you like to play a game of archery with me?”

The day was just starting, as a young boy with nothing else to do, I gladly accepted the offer from the mysterious girl. It turned out that she was the daughter of one of my father’s golf buddy. She’s 3 years older than me, and swept my heart away like the gentle flow of the wind. I accepted her offer without actually having any idea what game we were about to do. She chuckled when I asked her what archery was and gave me a simple explanation.

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Archery, in the most basic sense, is a sport or skill of shooting with a bow and arrows at the designated target. Sounds fun, was my first thought, and being taught by an elegant tutor, what a wonderful way to spend the day! We arrived at the area with a few people already playing archery. Sophia, the girl’s name, showed me how it’s done by doing it herself at first. She then passed the bow and arrow to me and told me to try and imitate her. Result, utter failure, the arrow went past the target board and hit the tree a few meters from the target.

She told me it was alright, not everyone hits their target the first time. She then told me to take the same position I had before released the arrow. She guided my shoulders a little bit to the left, whispered to my ear “take a deep breath and focus on the board”. She held my right arm a little and raised it a little higher. When she told me to release the arrow, the result was quite surprising. It totally missed the target. However, upon closer look, the arrow that hit the tree, actually hit an apple!

She smiled and told me to try to hit the target this time without any assistance. I took my stance, remembered my breathing, her words echoed in my mind, focused on the target, and as I released the arrow, time slowed down and without blinking an eye, I saw the arrow hit the board! Although it wasn’t the red dot, I was quite happy I was able to hit the target! Without receiving any help, I was able to actually properly hit the board. As if looking happy for me, Sophia gently smiled at me.

We took turns playing the game and had a wonderful time. We even competed who would hit the target the most, of course it was her overwhelming victory. Time really flies by, as we were getting hyped with archery, our parents told us that it’s time to go home. I was a little sad that our precious time was about to end, but her parting words lit a light in my hearth. “Next time, try to win against me” with a smile, she walked away. As if responding to her words, my thoughts screamed: let the games begin!

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My First Time Riding a Horse

By |September 5th, 2016|Categories: Blog|

horse-laughingMy first time horseback riding was quite some time ago, it wasn’t anything spectacular, I did not realize how talented I was nor did I have some spiritual connection with the horse, in fact it was quite embarrassing. It was a quite some time back, my friends invited me to go to a mountain camp resort, it had everything from repelling, zip lines, among other suicidal contraptions they call “fun”, of course I could not back down from any challenge, whether they know this or not, they also invited a girl I was very much interested in, and every fiber in my body demanded that I would be all macho and such, though my body was actually very soft a flabby.

It’s my time to shine…

The first day had a lot of hiking involved, and my non-sporty body pretty much did not impress, though she was a nice girl and was pretty much friendly throughout the whole trip. It became clear that it she was actually into the sporty single guy of the group, who was annoying enough incredibly talented at pretty much everything he touched on. So, even though he was like one of my best buddies, he was at that time my adversary. And I waited for the time that I would outshine him, and the next morning, that moment came.

We had all signed up for horseback riding lessons, it was nothing much, our trainer was not an equestrian or anything professional, he was the guy in charge of the stables. Since none of us were trained, and there was a lack of staff in the stables that time, we opted to get individual lessons on one horse (like I said it’s nothing like the lessons we talk about here, just sharing my first time). So yeah, we were a bunch of young people riding a horse, being dragged around being told what to do like children. Something good came up with this though, and that is that our sporty guy apparently had trouble with horseback riding. I thought to myself that it was my moment to shine! I did rather well on my uncle’s mechanical bull, so why not this…

When it was my turn I was ready to show off as soon as the guy told me the controls (yeah I was an idiot), so I listened to the guy and showed that I was pretty capable, I asked if I could ride on my own a bit and after a moment of hesitation, and the promise of a generous tip, I was allowed to do so.

The horse is a beautiful creature, and it was an incredible experience to ride one for the first time. With the teaching of the guy, I had control over it, and when the clearing came and I saw the group waiting in the distance, I decided to show off a bit by making the horse “go faster”. I think I had look pretty magnificent back then, just like those old Marlboro commercials, I later realized that I really wasn’t taught how to slow a horse down… Yes, the moment I was supposed to show my greatness became an embarrassing one of shouting and crying for help.

In the end I was fine, as the horse did eventually slow down and the trainer got a hold of us. I vowed to better myself in the equestrian ways that day. Now I am pretty good in what I do, and though sporty guy lived happily ever after with the girl, I found something I enjoy doing.

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