Agility Enthusiasts - Say Bye Bye 👋 to Refusals and Watch Your Dog Commit to a Jump No Matter What, in an Independent, Consistent and Reliable Way.

5 Steps for Better
Jump Performance
Unlock the 5-Step Blueprint for
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5-Step Blueprint for

Improved Agility Jump Performance

6-Week Done-for-You and Easy-to-Follow
Workout Plan Included for Boosting Strength and Power

6-Week Done-for-You and
Easy-to-Follow Workout Plan Included for Boosting Strength and Power

Boost take-off strength with jump-focused conditioning exercises
Get the springy movements and explosiveness with power workouts
Handle the first jump with confidence
Finally, trust your dog and focus on handling instead
Trusted by competitors and experts
No fancy equipment needed

Watch the Video Below and Discover Why Your Agility Athlete Should Get a Proper Jump Education Today!

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This course is designed by Beata Luchowska, a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, a Certified Canine Physiotherapist, and an active competitor participating on international levels.

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Border Collie Classic Germany 2019
Agility World Championship Luxembourg 2014
European Open Italy 2017
Border Collie Classic 2019
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Expecting Smooth Jumps?
It’s Almost Never That Simple for Your Dog!

In agility courses, jumps are the most common obstacle.

So it’s crucial to trust your dog and be confident that they’re completely familiar with and committed to tackling the jump no matter what. 💪

➡️Here’s the twist:

Most people expect that once their dog knows the jump everything will go smoothly from there – but it’s not always that simple.

Running the course at high speeds and being able to find the jump with ease takes more than just knowledge of the obstacle.

It takes physical power too, and a lot more.

So…

If you truly want them to nail those jumps, you need to teach them how to do so first.

So they’ll know how to take off with strength and power.

See …

Your dog should feel self-assured while navigating jumps.

A good physical preparation will help them with that!

But they should also trust in your abilities as an agility handler.

So you can finally say goodbye 👋 to those frustrating refusals.

❌ No more missed jumps at the very last moment

❌ No more stopping in front of the jump and going in reverse

❌ No more hesitation

❌ And no more barking at you instead of taking the jump (trust me, I know how annoying that can be! 😩)

Liberating, isn’t it?

Imagine the freedom to choose handling strategies without second thoughts because you two now work as a team.

Here is what might hold you back: 

Escape the Toxic “Babysitting Cycle”
That Slows Your Dog’s Progress!

As a vet rehab doctor and an agility enthusiast and competitor with more than 15 years of experience, I’ve seen the same mistakes over and over. 🧐

If your dog hesitates to take the jump, it could be because they’re not feeling very confident about the task.

Guess what – you’ve got probably something to do with it.

Here’s why:

In such situations, a vicious cycle unfolds between the handler and the canine athlete.

When you sense that your dog is unsure, you might unintentionally hold back trust, starting a quiet but impactful cycle.

This overhandling on every step can lead to a counterproductive pattern where both of you become more and more nervous.

Definitely NOT a recipe for a smooth and fluent run.

➡️ Picture this: your dog begins relying on you to show them every single jump, like the agility GPS. 🧭

But hey, breaking news – this SLOWS their learning. ❌

They’re not getting the chance to flex their problem-solving muscles. 😉

I get it, you want to be the supportive handler🤝, but too much helping doesn’t let your dog shine on the agility field!

They sense your unease and begin to rely heavily on your body cues.

This blocks their confidence and competence to navigate the jumps with smoothness and independence.

Breaking free from this vicious cycle requires:

✅ Becoming aware of it the moment it starts

✅ Giving your dog space to learn and grow

✅ Finding a balance between consistent jump-specific training that targets both understanding and physical aspects

It’s time for you to break this toxic babysitting cycle!

Find your team’s sweet spot. 😊

Here’s how:

Introducing...

5 Steps for Better
Jump Performance

Ensure Your Dog Becomes a Better Jumper with a 5-Step Jump Performance Blueprint.

By Purchasing Now, You Receive Immediate Access To:

Module 1: Focus

Sharpen Their Mind for 100% Attention to the Task

  • Approach the first jump with confidence regardless of its difficulty
  • Rest assured they focus on the correct obstacle when commanded
  • Navigate tight turns and lead out jumps that are off the dog’s line

Module 2: Strength

Ensure Powerful Takeoffs and Balanced Aerial Phases

  • Raise your dog’s body awareness and coordination
  • Build muscle and fascia memory for better technique during intense movements
  • Teach your dog to balance muscle tone in the aerial phase
  • Improve muscle endurance
  • Maximize jumping height
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Module 3: Independence

Empower Your Dog To Make Their Own Decisions

  • Manage situations where you need to be away from your dog, based on course design or handling choices
  • Introduce layering and teach your dog to find an obstacle at lateral distance
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Module 4: Power

Achieve The Springy Movements and Explosiveness

  • Train your dog’s nervous system to trigger quick and powerful muscle action
  • Learn how to incorporate power workouts into weekly routine to enhance explosiveness
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Module 5: Commitment

Ensure Your Dog Is Willing To Take The Cued Obstacle No Matter What

  • Make sure your dog stays focused despite sloppy handling or high-pressure situations
  • Find out why strategically delivered rewards are your superpower
  • Eliminate the risk of refusing jumps at the very last moment
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You are walking away with:

10 Detailed Video Lessons + Written Explanations and Instructions for Complete Mastery

Discover how to teach and perform the exercises correctly to achieve your dog’s full potential and peak performance abilities.

Comprehensive Tips and Troubleshooting

  • Detailed tips for exercise observation
  • Exercise guidelines and safety notes for proper execution
  • Troubleshooting tips to address potential issues and gain the best outcomes
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Easy-to-Understand Practical Approach

You can expect short training sessions where you set your dog up for success and make them more confident in around jumps.

Lifetime Access to the Complete Course Content

  • Exercises that remain valuable throughout your dog’s entire life
  • A course with no starting or ending dates
  • Progress at your own pace, tailoring the difficulty level to keep up with the content
  • Restart anytime: Take a break from training and resume the course at your convenience
  • Train with different dogs whenever you desire
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User-Friendly and Compatible with Any Device

  • Comprehensive, step-by-step, and well-structured
  • A ready-to-use course that balances simplicity with depth
  • Learn from the comfort of home or during your daily nature walks
  • No expensive equipment required, utilize everyday items for effective workouts
IMPECCABLE TOTAL VALUE
But you can join for a small fee today. Choose your option below.

We always strive to further upgrade our course. Thus we cannot promise you
this amazing offer isn’t going away. If one of the links below still work then you’re good to go.

5 steps for better
Jump Performance

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You’ll Get These Amazing Extra Bonuses Too!

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You’ll Get These Amazing Extra Bonuses Too!

Bonus 1

6-Week Easy-to-Follow Workout Plan for Boosting Strength and Power

Begin with strength-building, jump-specific conditioning exercises and gradually advance by incorporating power workouts.

Bonus 2

6-Week Lesson Plan

Featuring a structured timetable for both conditioning exercises and practical field exercises incorporating jumps.
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Bonus 3

Video On Typical Handling Mistakes

Explore the nuances of effective first jump management with video focusing on common handling mistakes and providing valuable tips for improvement.

Bonus 4

Q&A Section

Once you enroll, feel free to ask extra questions about equipment, your dog’s age concerns, and the purpose of each exercise.

However, keep in mind that this section isn’t for personal one-on-one discussions about your specific challenges.

For personalized feedback, consider selecting the One-Time Feedback option. With this option, you can submit a video up to 15 minutes long, and I’ll provide feedback based on it.

The Success Stories of
Trainers and Competitors Speak for Themselves:

I would recommend it to anyone who is just about to introduce a jump to their puppy, or already has an advanced dog struggling to commit/focus the jump in the course. As well as anybody who wants to learn more and dig into puzzle pieces of jump performance!
Anja Blaževič, Croatia
Agility competitor & multiple national team member
Love it – so simple yet full of information. Perfect class for young dogs same as already competing dogs with “bad habits” that you want to fix or work on. Very easily and step by step explained exercises either fitness or more agility related in a playful way for both you and your dog! You don’t need fancy equipment to go through the class. Focus, fitness plans, commitment, directionals, grids and more to find.
Veronika Kralikova, Slovakia

Agility competitor &
Agility World Championships medalist

You're just one click away
from leveling up your dog's agility game.

This Course Is Ideal For:

Agility Beginners

This is for you if you feel like your dog has missed out on a proper jumping education. Even if you don’t have aspirations to compete, effortless jumps are something all dog owners look for.

Agility Hobbyists

Does your dog often refuse to jump on the agility course, is easily distracted, or is largely dependent on your body cues? We hold the key!

Agility Competitors

If you’d like to teach jump focus, independence, or layering … Or you’re just looking for training inspiration and conditioning ideas. Well, this is the way to take things to the next level!

At What Age Can My Dog Start This Course?

  • For dogs of any age, when there is no jumping involved
  • At least 6 months old to introduce obstacles and build correct habits
  • Around 1 year old to start specific jumping exercises
You will find information about age-appropriate adjustments in each lesson (plus safety precautions), so you can choose the correct version of the exercise.

This course is also suitable for young dog owners who want to teach their dog low low-impact basics of a straight jump.

No Fancy Equipment Needed

You can always just use some stuff from your house inventory and I’ll show you how. But for the maximum outcome, you should consider using these:

A non-slippery platform

A jumping box

A jump obstacle

Based on Science

This course is product of:
➤ Science-based veterinary
➤ Canine sports medicine knowledge
➤ Personal training experiences
➤ Thorough research

Here's Why You Can Rely On Me Completely:

My name is Beata.

I am a vet rehab doctor and an agility enthusiast and competitor with more than 15 years of experience.

Not only have I worked with my own dogs …

But I’ve also assisted many other dogs in enhancing their skills, starting from scratch, coming from off season breaks, or even recovering from injuries to successfully jump at full height on the course.

I’ve seen the same mistakes over and over.

That’s why I designed “5 Steps for Better Jump Performance.”

I gathered some of the most important skills that, when lacking, are stopping your dog from succeeding in jumping performance.

You can expect short training sessions where you set your dog up for success and make them more confident in around jumps.

Training targets both mental and physical aspects so that you can continue with the program daily.

I simplified the process for you.

That’s right.

You’ll get 6-weeks of done-for-you and easy-to-follow workout plans.

This will save you time and effort.

And you will finally have a well-thought-out and effective routine to follow.

Here’s my BIG PROMISE!

I’ll take you through five crucial topics to improve your dog’s jumping skills step-by-step.

You’ll discover how to teach your dog to master the jump with laser focus, and a dedication you’ve always wanted.

And you’ll achieve all this with the right set of tools – jump-specific conditioning exercises, power workouts, and much more.

I guarantee you will see noticeable improvement in your dog’s movement after 6 weeks of consistent exercise if starting with a healthy dog.

Your dog will focus on jumps a lot more, be aware of their body and build more powerful take-offs.

This course is a product of all my personal experience and knowledge.

Now, you can unlock these secrets too!

I am excited and proud to share these tips and tricks with you.

See you inside!

Beata Luchowska

  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (Veterinary Faculty, Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences, Poland)
  • Certified Canine Physiotherapist (Faculty of Animal Physiotherapy, AMBItion Poland)
  • Active competitor on international levels (2nd place in B.A.C.K. Finals ’20, 3rd place in Border Collie Classic Final 19′)
  • 15+ Years of Dog Training & Competition Experience

Beata Luchowska

We Stand Behind You:

30-Day Money-Back Guarantee
Because Your Satisfaction Matters

180-Day Money-Back Guarantee
Because Your Satisfaction Matters

I am so confident in 5 Steps to
Improve Jump Performance Online Course that I’m willing to “put my money where my mouth is” and back up your purchase with a 100 % money-back guarantee.

If you don’t feel like this course is the right fit for you, I’ll refund every cent you paid – no questions asked.

Have a Taste

Let me show you one of the exercises that you will find in this course – The Power Start:

THE exercise that’ll load your dog’s muscles like a gun! 🔫😊

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  • The workout consists of 2-3 series of 5 dynamic starts.
  • Provide a long, 3-5 minute break between the series. Giving your dog a shorter break between each series of starts shifts the training into endurance mode.
  • If your equipment access is limited or you are just getting started, you can incorporate this training into your walk routine.

Enjoy the video.

Hear The Voice of
Satisfied Trainers and Competitors:

With jumps being the most common obstacle on every course, there is always a need for more information about the whats and hows of this simple yet incredibly complicated obstacle.

Beata’s course is a must-have for every agility enthusiast, putting together some essential advice from the unique perspective of both a physio and agility trainer.

Jumping training is my passion, and I thoroughly enjoyed some of the unique tips found in this class – from detailed sheets of how to plan the workouts for optimal progress and strength building (how easy it is for an average handler to forget how much muscle power is needed just for a “simple” extension jump) to cool games designed to improve focus and commitment.

This class is perfect for a great foundation in jump performance as well as “upping” up your game. So, what are you waiting for? Jump in!

Nina Gregl, Croatia

Agility competitor & trainer

The Best Agility Trainers Out There Have Already Invested Heaps of Time and Money For In-Person Training …

... to work through the exact exercises you’re getting in this course today for just a fraction of the price!

Is This for You?

This course is about jump-related skills and motor skills and serves as a great and extremely important jump foundation, which you’ll be happy to have because it will be so much easier to start teaching jumping skills in the future.

It offers both an understanding of approaching the jump obstacle and covers the aspect of fitness needed from a canine rehab perspective.

Even if you’re a more experienced competitor already, you’ll find many things to look at from a different perspective and gain valuable insights, plus get new inspiration around the workout plan with your dog.

It also gives a simple solution for someone who doesn’t want to go deeply into canine conditioning but still wants to work on the physical aspect of preparing for sport.

This Is NOT for You If:

If you are looking to learn about various jumping techniques (like how to teach your dog to choose the correct takeoff and landing spots on its own or how to balance themselves in every aspect of the jump, then this course is not for you, because it requires an individual training approach.

Needless to say, this course is also not for you if you’re just looking for fun activities to do with your dog, but have no clue about what agility is.

Real Results from Real Agility
Handlers All Around the Globe:

Jumping is the most complex behaviours in agility – and being the most common obstacle on course we can never get enough information about it.
This class is very nicely structured with clear information covering so many aspects of jumping.

Beata truly understands how dogs move and how different structure and breed influences where they need improvement the most. Super nice touch of the class to have tips on how to adjust exercises according to the structure and mentality of your dog.

Loved the scheduled guides that make it really easy to use in everyday training!

This class is perfect for beginners or if you need an extra boost for your competing dogs, you will love it!

Zsuzsa Veres, Portugal

Doctor of veterinary medicine, agility competitor,
judge, trainer & multiple national team member

Help Your Dog Master the Jumps with Laser-Like Focus and Dedication You've Always Wanted!

Does this Suit me?

  • For dogs of any age, when there is no jumping involved.
  • At least 6 months old to introduce obstacles and build correct habits.
  • Around 1 year old to start specific jumping exercises.

    You will find information about age-appropriate adjustments in each lesson (plus safety precautions), so you can choose the correct version of the exercise.

This course is also suitable for young dog owners who want to teach their dog low low-impact basics of a straight jump.

Fret not, we have your back with this one. Although this is a self-study program you can always opt in for one one-on-one personal feedback with me. Choose the “One-Time Feedback” option.

If you are looking to learn about various jumping techniques (like how to teach your dog to choose the correct takeoff and landing spots on its own or how to balance themselves in every aspect of the jump, then this course is not for you, because it requires an individual training approach.

No, this course is not for you if you’re just looking for fun activities to do with your dog, but you have no clue about what agility is.

It might, but the problem could also be related to poor jumping technique or even physical underlying cause.
No, this course provides a straightforward solution for someone who doesn’t want to delve deeply into canine conditioning but still aims to focus on the physical aspects of preparing for sports. It offers an understanding of jump obstacles and the fitness aspects needed from a canine rehabilitation perspective, making it suitable for someone working with dogs from a beginner level.

Technical Questions

Yes! You keep lifetime access to the course. That means you can restart it, refresh your knowledge and start with other dogs anytime in the future.

Yes. The access to the content platform is lifetime, and it is very easy to use and navigate. Additionally, PDFs of the Workout Plan are available for download.

Currently, the course is only available in English, but it does come with English subtitles. However, we do plan on translating the subtitles into other languages in the future, so please follow us for updates.

Our Members Love Dogs4motion Academy!

Bottom line …

If you’re an agility enthusiast who is facing refusals on the course …

If you feel like your dog has missed out on a proper jumping education … 

Or if you’re already competing and you want to teach your dog things like layering, independence, and a better focus, you’re at the right place. 

This course is also great if you have a young dog that you want to teach low-impact basics of a straight jump.

After all, jumps are the most common obstacle in the agility course. 

So you need to trust that your dog knows them well and will commit to them no matter what.

The way I see it … 

You can keep struggling on your own and risk frustration, or join my course and witness a transformation in just a matter of weeks. 

So don’t miss out!

Seize the opportunity and jump in right now.

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