Without any riding biomechanics instructors in the area, I video myself regularly and have riding buddies act as spotters.
I have a pronounced anterior pelvic tilt, and it’s important for my horsemanship and long-term back health that I address how it affects me as a rider.Here you can see me checking with the back of my hand to make sure I’m in neutral pelvis and neutral spine.
No matter how experienced we are, it’s important to understand we never stop perfecting our position and biomechanics.
I have a riding buddy who has been riding longer than I’ve been alive, and he still works on his biomechanics; as a result, he’s one of the best riders I know… in his 70’s.
Keep riding the spiral path,