For any avid agility enthusiast wanting to take their dog’s performance to new heights.

So, You’ve Got a Hunch That Your Dog Is Capable Of Much More On The Agility Field Than They’re Showing You Right Now?

Well … Let Me Prove You Right With:

Agility Dynamics in Control​

Reveal what your dog is truly capable of! Maximize their precision and speed on the field, decrease injury risk, and boost their mental abilities and focus, with the help of our agility centered canine conditioning exercise course.

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Not only have my dogs and I benefited from the knowledge I’ve gathered and from training the very conditioning exercises I teach in this Agility Dynamics Under Control course but so have more than
1998+ members who are part of our D4M academy.
And that’s not even all!
Countless competitors who took part in big international events
such as the Agility World Championship, European Open Championship, WAO, FMBB, B.A.C.K., BCC, SAO… you name it, have reported an increase in precision and speed, and a decrease in injuries with their dogs after having taken part in our conditioning exercises!

It’s so simple it almost sounds too good to be true!

But have you ever seen a professional athlete without
a unique training plan for their specific sport?

That is what I thought. Let me help you take that step.

ONLY KEEP ON READING
if you’re ready to see your dog SHINE on a level
you’ve never seen before.

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HOW IS THIS COURSE UNIQUE?

Has anyone ever told you that the skill specific training we normally do in agility is ONLY the tip of the iceberg?

You read that right, the turns, backsides, weaves, the running contacts, all the different courses… They only make up a tiny part of an agility dog’s success.

Crazy, right?

Have you ever thought about all the things that make a successful agility dog that lies beneath the surface?

If the answer is no…you’re going to want to stick out for this one.

Let me walk you through everything (besides the skill specific training) that lies beneath the surface.

Skill acquisition is the
top of the pyramid

It is otherwise supported by two essential steps, which are extremely important for sports like agility.

1. Step: The general athletic fitness – this is the general fitness exercises you do, and the walks you take, to upkeep your dog’s stamina and muscle tone. We work on this with our structured workouts in the FUNdamentals course!

2. Step: Sport specific athletic fitness – Now this is where you teach your dog how to activate their muscles in the correct pattern, SPECIFICALLY for agility in this case. This is where you and your dog work together to create distinct neural pathways and strengthen their muscles, to support the motions and demands of the sport!

No agility dog should train by only
practicing skill specific training on the field!

ONLY once you’ve taken care of these two ESSENTIAL steps, can your dog truly shine on the agility field with the skill specific training you do!

Great, now I’ve just told you that there’s a HUGE part of preparing your dog for your sport that you didn’t even know existed!

Not sure how to approach this, or when to get started? Don’t worry, this is where I come in.

This sport specific canine conditioning course is designed to do just that – help you MASTER agility specific athletic fitness!

If you want to improve your dog’s precision, speed, muscular strength, cardiovascular strength, range of motion and gain the knowledge and education necessary to facilitate their success in agility, join us now! 

You’re going to LOVE everything you’ll get from this course!

No professional skier only practices on the slopes in winter, no professional basketball player only practices by playing court games with their opponents, and no agility dog should train by only practicing skill specific training on the field!

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That’s not even all though!

Did you know that more than 41% of dogs who compete in agility face an injury at some point during their sporting “career”?

That’s almost a half! Look … 

I know exactly how it feels when the one thing your dog loves most must be kept away from them due to an injury. How heartbreaking it is having to look into your dog’s wishful eyes knowing that a decisive split second has just cursed them with months of rest. I also know how difficult it can be to return to the sport, hopeful yet worried that the injury might repeat.

In addition to that, it is disheartening seeing your goals for this competitive season crumble before you. 

Watching everything you’ve worked so hard to achieve – all the training you’ve invested, all the conditioning, all the seminars and the difficult courses you’ve conquered to make it to this point, be destroyed by an injury is heartbreaking.

I know because I’ve been there for your struggles. 

I have seen countless iliopsoas and shoulder injuries. And although I am grateful to be able to help your dogs recover at my rehab facility, and through remote help online, it is saddening having to watch them suffer and be kept from their active lives.

After all, our dogs are athletes. We all want long, happy, healthy and active lives and sporting careers for them right?

With so many injured agility dogs I knew something was wrong. So I rolled up my sleeves and promised myself to change that!

Now I was on a mission.

I dug deeper and deeper into the field of canine conditioning, sports medicine and rehabilitation.

It became my passion, guiding me forward and into the canine rehabilitation field even after I graduated with a degree in veterinary medicine.

I also went on to create a foundational online conditioning academy which changed the life of thousands!

But, throughout all of this, I continued to compete in agility and I finally found the missing key for our agility athletes!

See…

Agility is a dynamic sport. One with highly explosive dogs performing a variety of dynamic moves, quickly and with ease. A true poetry in motion!

But all of this is not as easy as it may first seem. In order to reach your dog’s full potential, and their peak performance abilities – these dynamics should be taken under control!

And with that, after years of work and research,

Agility Dynamics in Control was born!

DID YOU KNOW?

That the majority of dog owners and agility competitors focus way too little on the strengthening aspect of training?

This is also the reason why they never reach their dog’s full potential and why we face so many injuries in our sport

Well, this course gives every agility enthusiast, big or small, the opportunity to build the necessary strengthening foundations, recognize and take the steps to better help prevent pain, suffering and agony, and lead the way to increased strength, speed and precision.

Agility Dynamics in Control is a step-by-step online canine conditioning course with exercises designed to improve your dog’s physical and mental abilities in a structured and efficient way so that your dog can FLOURISH on the agility field!

With the conditioning exercises I have in store I will teach you how to help your dog build laser sharp focus, perfectionistic accuracy, and enable you to maximize their speed on the field in a structured and easy to understand way.

And you’re wrong if you think that’s all there is to it!

No, in fact you’ll be receiving even more!

This course also gives you the much needed education that will help you understand your dog on the field, play to their strengths and help you recognise pain early on!

It makes my heart sing with pride when someone who I’ve taught comes to my rehab facility seeking help for an injury that would otherwise have gone unnoticed for YEARS if they didn’t have the knowledge and experience to see its early symptoms.

With the right knowledge YOU will also be able to address any unfortunate injury early on and prevent your dog from suffering in the long term, or having to end their agility “career” early on.

That being said though, early injury recognition only makes up a small part of the educational material that this course has to offer. 

There’s SO MUCH that goes on, on the agility field, that you wouldn’t even know, until you’ve looked at your dog moving in slow motion!

I will help you understand how your dog moves, and why they move a certain way on the agility field, with high quality video material. 

With the new-found knowledge that this course has to offer you will feel proud for being able to play to your dog’s strengths, capable of knowing which equipment to use and what exercises to utilize for your dog and competent for knowing how to increase your dog’s efficiency.

With this course, you will also discover the beauty of canine anatomy, body structure, muscle function and how they all come into play on the field.

Why choose our academy?
The proof is in the pudding:

»My dogs now always stay in shape and compete on the highest level injury free!«

»Just like with human atheletes, also with dogs the major preparation starts away from the main sport. Dogs4Motion offers the whole package; Off the competition season my dogs besides daily hikes mostly do dog fitness and hydrotherapy to stay in shape as only strong and fit dogs will be able to compete in the highest level injury free. Combined with regular physiotherapy I strongly believe this is the way to get dogs best! All my dogs are happy to be a part of Dogs4Motion team!«
Maruša Podjed, Slovenia
Veterinarian, Agility World Championship member and multiple medalist with 3 different dogs, member of European Open since 2012, European Open Champion individual & team in 2018, AWC and EO Vice-champion

»This is indispensable part of our training plan. The tips on how to get a specific move done are priceless!«

»I started working with Jana almost 3 years ago and ever since, she has been an indispensable part of our training plan. She is always there for us - for conditioning plan and workout (her tips on how to get a specific move from your dog are priceless) or regular preventive check ups and massages. Regardless of what your dogs needs are, Jana always adapts to their individual needs. She is kind and with an amazing feeling and desire to help dogs to be in best shape possible. She gives her heart into every single one of her animal clients and treats them as they were her own. I'm grateful I have a chance to work with such a person as Jana is. And seeing how my dogs adores her, I'm quite certain they feel the same. Thank you Jana!«
Lea Komat, Slovenia
Member of Agility World Championship (2017-2018) & European Open (2016-2019)

»My dogs now always stay in shape and compete on the highest level injury free!«

»Just like with human atheletes, also with dogs the major preparation starts away from the main sport. Dogs4Motion offers the whole package; Off the competition season my dogs besides daily hikes mostly do dog fitness and hydrotherapy to stay in shape as only strong and fit dogs will be able to compete in the highest level injury free. Combined with regular physiotherapy I strongly believe this is the way to get dogs best! All my dogs are happy to be a part of Dogs4Motion team!«
Maruša Podjed, Slovenia
Veterinarian, Agility World Championship member and multiple medalist with 3 different dogs, member of European Open since 2012, European Open Champion individual & team in 2018, AWC and EO Vice-champion

»This is indispensable part of our training plan. The tips on how to get a specific move done are priceless!«

»I started working with Jana almost 3 years ago and ever since, she has been an indispensable part of our training plan. She is always there for us - for conditioning plan and workout (her tips on how to get a specific move from your dog are priceless) or regular preventive check ups and massages. Regardless of what your dogs needs are, Jana always adapts to their individual needs. She is kind and with an amazing feeling and desire to help dogs to be in best shape possible. She gives her heart into every single one of her animal clients and treats them as they were her own. I'm grateful I have a chance to work with such a person as Jana is. And seeing how my dogs adores her, I'm quite certain they feel the same. Thank you Jana!«
Lea Komat, Slovenia
Member of Agility World Championship (2017-2018) & European Open (2016-2019)

This course is ideal for:

Agility Novices

New to agility and want to do things right by your dog? Or is your dog the one that’s just starting out? You’ve come to the right place.

Agility Intermediates

You’ve got some agility experience and a whole lot of aspirations. Great, we hold the key!

Agility Experts

You know your way around the field and hold many competitions under your belt but feel like your dog just isn’t shining as bright as they could be. Well, this is the way to take things to the next level!

THIS IS FOR YOU IF

You want to know more about your dog’s body so you can play to their strengths and increase their efficiency.

You’ve reached a plateau in your training (you don’t know how to take things to the next level).

You know your dog is capable of more on the field! (they are not as precise as you know they could be, they can be sloppy and miss things or knock down bars).

You feel sympathy for your dog and it pains you to have to frequently keep them on rest.

You’re curious and want to learn more about muscle function and HOW your dog actually moves through the agility field.

You’re scared to have to go through the same injury with your dog again (but really want to continue with the sport as you see how much they love it).

You’re scared to have to go through the same injury with your dog again (but really want to continue with the sport as you see how much they love it).

Our exercises are great for helping puppies and young dogs learn how to use their body in a safe, controlled and low-impact way. Dog fitness is also a great way to build a strong bond with your dog and to just have fun.

 

Therefore, young athletes can benefit greatly from conditioning programmes! However, the programmes have to be done properly and under a low intensity and volume of training. The goal with young dogs should be to build up proprioception, balance and flexibility, and not to gain muscle mass (at least not until they are 6-8 months old). Therefore, this means that this course is most suitable for dogs that are at least 7 months old so that they can take part in all the exercises that are presented!

 

If you own a dog younger than 7 months, you can, of course, join the class earlier, too. But make sure you start with the basics (or even first take part in our FUNdamentals K9 conditioning course first) and then slowly progress. We have dedicated a whole lesson to how it’s best to exercise young dogs – and made sure everything is properly explained within the course. It is important, though, that you follow the recommendations and adapt exercises to the age of your pup. Remember to slowly progress to mastering the exercises. However, for the serious strength-building exercises that are included in this class it is best that you wait a little longer – until your dog is older. That being said though, we believe working on separate exercises is great for younger dogs to start with!

 

Beacuse you get to keep access to the whole course for a lifetime, you can simply spend the first few weeks and months on teaching the foundational behaviours, and only then actually move to the more challenging exercises (when your dog is ready). You do not have to worry that the course will “end” before our young dog is old enough for it.

You will need:

 

At least two non-slippery platforms of different heights. For example, a lower plank/target that your dog can comfortably step on/target with either their front, or hind paws, and a larger object your dog can easily sit on – a simple do-it-yourself wooden platform or foam pad will suffice.

 

A set of cavaletti cones and bars, or a set of 5 jumps that you can use for some of the jumping/cavaletti exercises.

 

A plank covered in a grippy surface that is slightly longer than the length of your dog’s body, and slightly wider than your dog’s body width. Some of the exercises can be performed on inclines/declines, so it’s good if you use a longer plank, perhaps even the one you use for your contact training!

 

If you have access to some basic fitness equipment (or if you want to add in some difficulty), this is a plus, but it’s not necessary when signing up for this class – you can always use some stuff from your house inventory!

This is exactly why you should trust me:

Over the years in my profession, I have worked with countless canine athletes on a daily basis.

With active participants in the Agility World Championship, European Open, FMBB, B.A.C.K., BCC, WAO, SAO and other big international events…you name it.

But not only have I worked with canine athletes as a rehab practitioner but also as a trainer myself. I have been an active trainer and competitor in several dog sports with my own dogs for the past 18 years!

All of this has helped me better understand their needs and just how much further you can take them if they are well mentally prepared and in excellent physical shape (and no, by physical shape I’m not only referring to stamina).

So, with all of that, here’s MY BIG PROMISE!

I promise you that I have gathered all my personal experience and knowledge in this course to help you and your dog shine on the agility field! You will gain new knowledge that will set you apart from the competition, and your dog will thrive by having built the correct foundations.

I promise that in as little as 10 minutes a day you’ll be able to maximize your dog’s physical and mental abilities and reduce the risk of injury at the same time.

So far, I’ve been able to help 1998+ participants from 6 different continents all around the globe.

Get started on your dogs today because I know you can take things to the next level!

Jana Gams, DVM, CCRP

  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (Veterinary Faculty, University of Ljubljana)
  • CCRP – Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner (University of Tennessee)
  • CEO of Dogs4motion, veterinary rehabilitation and sport medicine center
  • Active competitor on international levels and FCI Dog Training Instructor in Agility and FCI Obedience

I’ll let my academy members do the talking:

»Keeping my dogs in top condition is really important to me - not only because that allows them to perform at their best, but also because that helps prevent injuries.«

»Keeping my dogs in top condition is really important to me - not only because that allows them to perform at their best, but also because that helps prevent injuries. Dogs give their best every time they step on the training/competition field and doing my best to keep them healthy and physically prepared for all the challenges, is something I owe them as the owner and handler. And just because of that, Jana's conditioning classes are a huge part of our training and warming up/cooling down routine. All exercises are designed in a way to make it as safe for the dog as possible, she puts a lot of attention to details (which is REALLY important when we come to conditioning) and on top of that, Jana knows really well how to adapt to every individual dog and give them what they need the most (when you have breeds that are not really "social butterflies", working with someone who understands dog's character is really important). So thank you Jana for your great classes and for all the "live" training and check-ups! It means a lot to me, to have someone so skilled watching over my dogs!«
Katarina Podlipnik Capuder, Slovenia
Founder of FUNtastic dog (on-line) training, owner of 8 happy dogs, multiple European Open and Agility World Championship medalist

»Perfect class for building balance and strength for my dogs. Super easy to understand and very good feedback!«

»Perfect class for building balance and strength for my dogs, super easy to understand and very good feedback!«
Lisa Frick, Austria
4x Agility World Champion, 9x member and multiple medalist of AWC and EO in the past 10 years, 2x European Open Vice-Champion

»I wish there was a LOVE button for this page! Me and my girls love it. The exercises have really made a big difference to our agility!«

»I wish instead of a like button there was a LOVE button for this page! Me and my girls love D4M, their exercises have really made a big difference to our agility! FUNdamentals online strength and conditioning course is full of great exercises and information packed, Jana is very knowledgeable and her responses are extremely detailed. Thank you Jana and team!
Highly recommended!«
Naarah Cuddy, Great Britain
Agility World Championship member in 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2019, Founder of Into Shape Agility

Here are 5 key PILLARS you will MASTER with your dog

Most dog owners struggle with these and never reach their dogs' full potential & thus risk serious injuries.

1. Performing the exercises with pinpoint accuracy

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Knocked bars, refusals, accidents on the dog walk… these can be both downright worrisome and annoying. 

But, lucky for you, proprioceptive exercises are a perfect way to improve the much needed skill of accuracy and control in agility.

Accuracy cannot be easily gained during your regular daily walks.

By improving your dog’s body awareness they’ll know exactly where their feet are during a particular task or position, which will lead to improved accuracy in tasks.

Be it at full speed running while running over a dogwalk, or when having to rapidly decelerate in order to hit the mark on a slalom entry.

2. Building the Foundations: Increasing sport specific muscle strength & balance.

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There is nothing more dangerous than having a “weekend warrior”, who only gets to be highly active from time to time!

This course will not only contribute to immediate enhanced performance in agility tasks, but will also help improve and maintain your dog’s physical condition over break periods.

Long pauses between training put your dog at greater risk of injury after returning to the sport.

For example having fewer training opportunities due to bad weather conditions, bitches after a litter … Or when you are dealing with unfortunate health conditions (past injuries) will all decrease your dog’s physical condition and require steady strengthening exercises to bring your dog back up into the proper form for agility.

3. Developing laser sharp focus & mental stability

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Fatigued dogs can no longer perform the exercise efficiently, and are put at serious risk for getting injured.

Fatigue usually occurs when we are physically active with our dogs or when they have to maintain a steady focus over a longer period of time.

Better overall physical strength and endurance will contribute greatly to the mental development of your dog, boost their confidence and build up your relationship of trust.

Your dog will be able to perform better, maintain focus throughout your trainings for longer and subsequently enjoy them even more.

4. Turning weaknesses into the biggest advantages

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Having a weaker body part negatively affects balance in the body, making it predisposed to further damage, and also overloads the spine.

Weaker body parts might happen due to structural deficits, the effects of unilateral work in particular dog sports, past injuries or chronic compensatory issues.

You’ll work on improving the symmetry of your dog’s body and their active range of motion.

This will contribute to improved joint flexibility, soft tissue and spine strength. In addition, your dog’s whole-body strength and symmetry will return. Their performance abilities will increase by having better flexion, extension and rotation movement in individual body parts.

Flexibility is the key to stability!

5. Gaining the knowledge necessary to support your dog and help them reach their full potential.

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You know what they say: Knowledge is power!

This class will bring you the knowledge necessary to help your dog thrive in agility! There’s SO MUCH that goes on, on the agility field, that you wouldn’t even know, until you’ve looked at your dog moving in slow motion!

Breaking down specific agility maneuvers with the help of slow motion videos will give the knowledge of which body parts your dog relies on for specific obstacles and which ones are under strain. 

In doing so you will also learn about the anatomical structure of your athlete and how this comes into play on the field. With both of these combined you will then be able to better prepare your dog and structure their workouts so that they build the strength they require (unique to their own bodies and age).

SO WHAT'S INCLUDED?

PLUS THESE 3 AWESOME BONUSES

The Best Agility Trainers Out There Have Already Invested Heaps of Time and Money ...

... to learn about, and work through, the sport specific fitness exercises you’re getting in this course today!

I have created this class to give every agility enthusiast out there, big or small, a chance to bring out the best in their canine athlete and to help them thrive on the agility field!

Running agility does not have to be a process full of frustration where your dog knocks down bars or has troubles keeping balance on the dog walk. Likewise, agility does not have to be a process where you constantly worry if your dog will get injured again!

If you’re ready to take your dog’s agility skill set and fitness to another level while learning how to better avoid injury and accidents then this is a one of a kind type of opportunity to do so!

Opportunity to take part
in a course like this rarely comes around!

A course with THIS MUCH knowledge and depth regarding agility specific fitness has never before been seen in such a simple, and easy to follow, format!

I want to see you be the next person whose success story will be pasted on this webpage!

So, if you want to join the top tier trainers and see your dog conquer their agility courses with even more speed and precision you ever thought possible…

Then it’s time to get conditioning and make your dog’s course times the fastest and most efficient yet!

Plus, you’ll get access to mind blowing knowledge right away!

Ready for your dog to become a conditioned and well prepared rockstar on the field?

Let’s get working!

COURSE CURRICULUM

  • Welcome!
  • How This Class Works
  • Join the Community
  • Before we begin…

 

  • Dynamics in Control – more than just a name game!
  • Sports Conditioning: The Pyramid of Fitness and Skills
  • Power / strength
  • Balance and Body Awareness
  • Flexibility and Range of Motion
  • Endurance and Stamina
  • Skill Training
  • Preparation and Recovery
  • Test your learning
  • Agility tasks under a magnifier
  • Understanding a Standing Dog: Before We Start to Move! (Body Area Overviews: For a Better Understanding of Your Dog’s Actions)
  • Galloping (running)
  • Accelerating / Decelerating / Turning
  • Jumping Phases
  • Collection Jumping / Turns and S-lines
  • Weaving
  • Contacts
  • Putting It All Together – Sequences
  • The SAID Principle: Train With a Sport-specific Purpose!
  • Setting SMART goals
  • Teaching the Skill, Working Out and Progressing
  • Playing it cool: safety notes
  • Warm-ups and cool-downs: the Alpha and Omega of every activity!
  • The Biomechanics of Exercise: Understanding Weight Distribution is Key!
  • Teaching stillness: Let’s Get Those Dynamics Under Control!
  • Starting Points: Maintaining a Proper Standing Posture
  • Starting Points: Using Elevations
  • Tips for Better Sits and Downs
  • Signs of Fatigue: Can You Read Your Dog?
  • The Use of Stable vs. Unstable Equipment
  • Let’s Start! (prerequisite)
  • Test your learning (prerequisite)
  • How to Work out?
  • Got stuck and Are In Need of Help?
  • Exercises for The Front: The Shock Absorbers and the Brakes
  • Front Feet Side Stepping
  • Down to Stands on a decline
  • Wheelbarrow: elevated Rockback Sit to Stands exercise
  • Dive deeps (push ups)
  • Play bow to Stand
  • Front Feet down stepping
  • High fives in a sit
  • Sit to Handstand Kickback
  • Sits and Downs
  • Push back up
  • Power Push ups
  • Equipment Set ups: RF elevated
 
  • The Rear: Driving Force and Take Offs
  • Rock back Sit to Stands
  • Down to Stands on an incline
  • Sit to Stand Ups & Twist Ups
  • Pivoting
  • Cavaletti Sit Jumps
  • Elevated Sit to Kickback Stands
  • Rear Feet Down stepping
  • Pivoting from one object to another
  • Sit to Jump ups
  • Equipment Set ups: FF elevated
  • The Core: A Connective Link Between the Steering Wheel and the Engine
  • Cookie shifts
  • Tucked Sit to kickback stands
  • Lateral side stepping
  • Plank
  • High fives in a stand
  • Rebounds and Hip hops: Plyo Sits and Kickbacks
  • Push up Sits to Drop Downs
  • Side legs up
  • Equipment set ups: unstable surface
  • Full Body Works
  • Transitions & Transitions advanced
  • Down to stands
  • Cavaletti & Semicirculars & Extended cavaletti
  • Spin arounds
  • Walking backwards
  • Burpees: Sits and stands
  • Turns with cavaletti
  • Downward dog Flow
  • Mobility Exercises
 
  • Full Body Works
  • Speed training and Plyometrics
  • Full Body Works
  • Jump bounces
  • Set point jump
  • Plyo Baseline bounce grid (foundation)
  • Acceleration / Deceleration Figure 8’s and Lead leg work
  • Drop jumps
  • Plyo Progressive bounce grid
  • Plyo Bend Work
  • Plyo Advanced bounce grid
  • Tune your dog up for competition
  • Workout sheets (downloadable PDFs)
  • ​​ The Dangers of the Sport
  • Injury and risk
  • Playing It Safer
  • Age Appropriate Exercising
  • Early recognition of pain
  • Congrats! Here’s What’s Next…
  • More Resources For You
  • Before You Go…

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This course is the product of science-based veterinary and canine sport medicinal knowledge, published research, personal experience from the work in canine rehabilitation, as well as personal training experience.

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I am so confident in this Agility Dynamics in Control K9 Conditioning Course that I’m willing to “put my money where my mouth is” and back your purchase up with a 100 % money-back guarantee. If you don’t feel that this course is right for you, I’ll refund every cent you paid – no questions asked.

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I am so confident in this Agility Dynamics in Control K9 Conditioning Course that I’m willing to “put my money where my mouth is” and back your purchase up with a 100 % money-back guarantee. If you don’t feel that this course is right for you, I’ll refund every cent you paid – no questions asked.

So, don’t miss out! Too many have come to us wishing they’d started sooner. But I know that, that won’t be you and your dog!

Have a question?

The program is designed to suit all healthy agility athletes – whether they are beginners, experts, actively taking part in training and competitions, or just getting ready to start. The course is also suitable for dogs who wish to return to the sport after a long break: because it was off-season, because your bitch had puppies, or even because your dog just healed from and injury and got the clearance to return to the sport.

However, if your dog has just recently recovered from an injury and needs to gradually regain their strength, drop us a message at info@dogs4motion.com . We will help you determine when the best time to start with the given exercises is for your dog, and the recovery stage they are currently at.

Also, whenever you and your dog are dealing with a specific condition (be it past injuries, joint pain, other weaknesses, etc.), make sure they are checked regularly by a specialist who can keep an eye on their well-being. You can also apply for our 1-on-1 personal consultations to receive a further follow-up on your dog’s specific case!

Our exercises are great for helping puppies and young dogs learn how to use their body in a safe, controlled and low-impact way. Dog fitness is also a great way to build a strong bond with your dog and to just have fun.

Therefore, young athletes can benefit greatly from conditioning programmes! However, the programmes have to be done properly and under a low intensity and volume of training. The goal with young dogs should be to build up proprioception, balance and flexibility, and not to gain muscle mass (at least not until they are 6-8 months old). Therefore, this means that this course is most suitable for dogs that are at least 7 months old so that they can take part in all the exercises that are presented!

If you own a dog younger than 7 months, you can, of course, join the class earlier, too. But make sure you start with the basics (or even first take part in our FUNdamentals K9 conditioning course first) and then slowly progress. We have dedicated a whole lesson to how it’s best to exercise young dogs – and made sure everything is properly explained within the course. It is important, though, that you follow the recommendations and adapt exercises to the age of your pup. Remember to slowly progress to mastering the exercises. However, for the serious strength-building exercises that are included in this class it is best that you wait a little longer – until your dog is older. That being said though, we believe working on separate exercises is great for younger dogs to start with!

Beacuse you get to keep access to the whole course for a lifetime, you can simply spend the first few weeks and months on teaching the foundational behaviours, and only then actually move to the more challenging exercises (when your dog is ready). You do not have to worry that the course will “end” before our young dog is old enough for it.

The difference lies in the NUMBER of repetitions, and the equipment SET UPS you decide to use. So, you will be impressed by how you can make the same exercise a foundational and easy one, as well as a super difficult one for the top athletes!

How you can change these exercises up is all included in this class, so that’s an extra benefit of this course if you own several dogs with different needs!

It is especially important to properly strengthen your dog before returning to sports skill training, so this course will definitely be the one for you! It will give you lots of useful information about the agility game, our canine athletes, as well as how to play it safer to help minimise the risk of recurring injuries.

The instructor is fully qualified in canine rehabilitation, but, whenever you’re dealing with a specific condition (past injuries, joint pain, other weaknesses etc.), make sure you have your dog regularly checked by a specialist who can keep an eye on their well-being.

If your dog has just recently recovered from an injury and is now ready to gradually regain strength, but you are unsure whether the course is suitable for your individual case, don’t hesitate to contact us at info@dogs4motion.com!

We will help you determine when the best time to start with the given exercises is for your dog, and the recovery stage they are currently at. You can also apply for our 1-on-1 personal consultations to receive a further follow-up on your dog’s specific case!

Knowing you have a compromised dog makes it even more important to perform exercises in the correct way and at the level of your dog’s abilities – and for that it is recommended that you check how your dog is getting along by asking for personalised feedback. Jana is available to do exactly that – with her knowledge she can give you the feedback that will allow you to achieve maximum safety and efficacy for your dog’s specific case. Her feedback will help you ensure you are taking the correct approach, and that you are performing the exercises in a way that benefits your dog’s condition and current abilities.

You will need:

at least two non-slippery platforms of different heights. For example, a lower plank/target that your dog can comfortably step on/target with either their front, or hind paws, and a larger object your dog can easily sit on – a simple do-it-yourself wooden platform or foam pad will suffice.

A set of cavaletti cones and bars, or a set of 5 jumps that you can use for some of the jumping/cavaletti exercises.

A plank covered in a grippy surface that is slightly longer than the length of your dog’s body, and slightly wider than your dog’s body width. Some of the exercises can be performed on inclines/declines, so it’s good if you use a longer plank, perhaps even the one you use for your contact training!

If you have access to some basic fitness equipment (or if you want to add in some difficulty), this is a plus, but it’s not necessary when signing up for this class – you can always use some stuff from your house inventory!

Although this course was designed to fulfill the true sport specific fitness part of agility, and many of the presented exercises are considered to be more advanced, you can be a complete beginner and still be able to follow the course. This course also contains all the foundations needed to get safely and effectively enter the world of canine conditioning!

The only knowledge you and your dog truly need to have is to be used to reward based training (more psecifically taking food from your hand). If you have that, you are good to go! In addition to that, it is good if your dog knows some basic behaviours like sit, lie down, give a paw, as this will make many of the presented exercises easier to teach.

That being said, the course will provide a sufficient challenge to every experienced handler (or dogs) so as to keep them occupied as well!

Yes! You keep a life time access to the Agility Dynamics in Control course. That means you can restart it, refresh your knowledge and start with other dogs anytime you want in the future.

Right now one of our satisfied FUNdamentals members already finished her 4th round of the 6 workout weeks in the course. She said that her dog is SUPER powerful and muscular, and she feels safer doing agility and loves the feeling of doing the absolute most she can for her dog.

Yes! Strengthening the musculature around such weak joints is of the greatest importance! It will help improve your dog’s stability and add the desperately needed support to the joints.

In this class we also focus on strengthening the core, which is needed to achieve a balanced and effective movement throughout the body.

The program is made by Jana Gams, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner. So, not only approved, but even made by one!

Agility Dynamics in Control contains exercises that work on and strengthen individual areas of your dog’s body (the front, the rear, and the core). In addition, the class also contains full-body exercises, exercises that improve your dog’s flexibility, and plyometric exercises for specific speed and jump power training. All these exercises are nicely organised and explained with step-by-step explanations and videos!

This course is not just for Border Collies! From Poodles to German Shepherds, and beyond. You name it. All dogs that enjoy the game of agility are welcome here. We love all of them ❤. Dog fitness even helps breeds with longer backs, that highly benefit from some extra core strengthening.

This course is designed as a SELF-STUDY program. But don’t worry! You can take an upgrade and purchase a 1-on-1 personal consultation with Jana where she will give you feedback on all of your work!

After one month. For example: if you buy the course on the 16th of July, the next payment is due on the 16th of August.

This program is much better with food – because it requires precision and repetition with exercises that are hard to get right with a toy reward.

Does your dog eat their daily meals? Switch from the bowl and use that food for training instead!

However, this course also contains some exercises that can be performed in a more dynamic way – so I am quite sure this can raise your dog’s food-motivation even for the more stationary work! 😉

The video material is not downloadable, but the PDF’s are. However, access to the online classroom is lifetime and the content platform can be reached very easily from any device (phone, tablet or computer), and is very simple to use.

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