How to get the best out of the Sit Well Method


Where should I start?

It’s a good idea to start with the Progress Tests before you begin the programs, so can gauge where your strength, flexibility and posture is to start with. You can then remeasure in 8 weeks to see how far you’ve come.


Please watch the following videos before you begin:


1. What equipment do I need?

2. Reps form and Weight.


If you already know what your posture/ position problem is then you can go straight to that section and start the program if you prefer. The videos are in order within each program/section as some programs have more than one video.

Do I need to do the Progress Tests every time?

Only do the Progress Test video on your first session, and then repeat after 8 weeks.

They’ll be your point of reference to track your progress as you go.

How often should I do the programs?

4 or 5 times a week is best to begin with.


When you’ve started to see changes and are happy with your results you can reduce to 1-2 times per week to maintain.


Don’t get disheartened if you can’t manage 4 per week – 1 a week is still loads better than none! Just be aware that your progress will be slower!

I’m not sure if I’m doing the exercises right?

Film yourself so you can watch it back and see if you’re doing what I’m doing!


If you want more help, you can also post videos/photos/questions in the members only Facebook group which I will answer personally.

How long will it take for me to feel the difference?

Everyone’s journey is different but you’ll be surprised how quickly improvements happen when you keep doing the exercises!


We’ve seen people make massive improvements in just a few sessions on issues they’ve had for years! It all depends on your own background and injury history etc. and most importantly how much time you put in.

I’m experiencing pain should I carry on?

If you’re experiencing pain during or after the workouts, please contact me directly so I can find out what a going on. Sometimes a tweak to the exercises you’re doing can make all the difference.

Can I stop seeing my physiotherapist or chiropractor?

If you have some acute injuries then don’t stop treatment. Hopefully in time you can become less reliant on them and save yourself a fortune!

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The Sit Well Method

Move Well

Move Well

This is not just another rider fitness program. These specialised programs help you ride and move with better posture both in the saddle and in every day life.
Ride Well

Ride Well

Reach your full potential. Enjoy spending time doing the things that you love in the places that you love.
Feel Well

Feel Well

The exercises are a combination of releases, stretches and activations to correct muscular imbalances and asymmetries in the body which lead to dysfunctional movement and eventually pain.

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