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[RC] re: advice against swimming horses on "aquasizer" - Mary Krauss

Question about antagonists and agonists -- in my experience as a runner, I've always worked very hard to balance my body so that the overused "behind the leg" muscles are not allowed to take over. I work hard to make sure that I'm building the "antagonists" as well. In fact, as soon as I let go of the cross-training (swimming, biking, weight-lifting) I get hurt. Seems to me one would want one's horse's body to be as balanced as possible. Are equines different?
Mary K.


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