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[RC] Chair Seat Anatomy References - Lisa Jordan

After an e-mail from Truman (not quite chiding me:-) I thought I'd give a couple of references for those that would like to picture the pelvic floor as it's used for riding.? These do not spend time differentiating female and male with pics, but are very clear and descriptive regarding the related angle changes depending what part of the pelvic floor one uses for balance.

Balance In Movement by Susanne Von Dietze 2005 Edition Chapter 3 (the earlier edition does not have the pictures)

An Anatomy Of Riding by H. Schusdziarra, M.D. and V. Shusdziarra, M.D.? Part I of the book

Centered Riding by Sally Swift