🏆 For Agility Enthusiasts Dedicated to Taking Their Dog's Performance to the Next Level 🏆


The Premier Dog Conditioning Program
Tailored Specifically for Agility Athletes

New Easy-to-Follow Guided Workout Plans for Your Dog:
50+ Targeted Exercises and Full-Body Combinations
Design a Custom Training Plan for Your Dog with 50+ Targeted Exercises and Full-Body Combinations

Improve performance and reduce the risk of injuries
Science-based and ready-to-use
Trusted by competitors and experts
Fun training from the comfort of your home
Follow our proven training plans or design your own
Minimal equipment needed
Takes as little as 5-10 minutes per session

Watch the Video Below and Learn Why
You Should Take Agility Dynamics Under Control Today!

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Agility Dynamics in Control Course is designed by Jana Gams,
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine,
Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner,
an Active Competitor in Agility and FCI Obedience

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Most Overlooked Cause of Lack of Agility Success:
Poor Precision and Control

An agility dog’s success goes far beyond mastering sport-specific skills like jumps, turns, backsides, weaves, and running contacts.

These elements only play a minor role in determining their success.

The dog does so much more, such as:

  • Visually recognizing the obstacles
  • Responding to the handler’s body and verbal cues
  • Remaining aware of their own body position
  • Making adjustments to maintain balance and avoid mistakes

All at the same time!

This requires them to be agile, precise, flexible, responsive, and highly focused.

This is the art of moving smart, not just fast and with power.

It hurts me the most …

… When I see too many agility competitors completely neglecting the strengthening aspect of training.

They mostly or even exclusively train agility-specific skills instead.

Here’s why this is not the best idea …

Unbalanced Training is Leading to
Weaker Muscles and Hurts Agility Performance

Did you know the body naturally favors strong muscles?

Even if they aren’t the most suitable for the job.

This means that weaker muscles will gradually become even weaker over time.

Relying only on your usual agility-specific skills training might just make this problem worse. 

Wonder why?

If your dog moves too quickly through the obstacle course, their nervous system can’t react fast enough to correct any mistakes.

Complex maneuvers at great speeds won’t improve isolated body parts or muscle balance.

In fact, fast or flashy training exercises can hurt performance and lead to serious injuries.

Here’s a much more effective approach …

Conditioning Exercises Should Mimic The Movements and Demands of Agility

To strengthen weaker muscles, start with slow, controlled, low arousal, targeted, and intentional exercises in a safe environment.

This is what Agility Dynamics in Control course is all about!

Professional skiers don’t limit their practice to winter slopes, basketball players don’t rely solely on court games, and agility dogs should not only train for skill-specific exercises on the field.

You see …

Your dog’s body needs to sense which muscles are engaged and whether they’re firing at the right times.

You will have time to observe what’s going on and strengthen the brain-to-muscle connection.

This will help your dog achieve faster reaction times and better muscle activation for specific agility tasks.

Yes, even at faster speeds down the line!

The Missing Piece in Your Agility Performance:
Targeted and Controlled Conditioning Exercises

Say goodbye to:
Instead, you will:

Say goodbye to:

Instead, you will:

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!

Trainers and Competitors' Remarkable
Success Stories Echo Loudly:

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
Agility competitor and instructor, member of Slovenian national team since 2016
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

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

The 3-Part Game Plan for Your
Agility-Specific Dog Conditioning Routine

Here's exactly how you'll do it:

Step 1

Getting familiar with the exercises:

The goal is to develop understanding, confidence and achieve proper form.

You will work on things like:

  • How to activate muscles in the correct pattern
  • How to move
  • How to transfer weight
  • How to keep balance
  • How to react to certain moves
  • How to use the gear

Step 2

Start working out:

To start building strength, you will begin working out with your dog by loading their muscles. It’s important to maintain proper form while executing exercises.

As you and your dog progress, you can add challenges and combine isolated exercises into full-body circuit training sessions.

Step 3


The final step is crucial to prevent your dog’s progress from plateauing and to help them continue to gain strength.

Once your dog has built a solid foundation and is ready, you can gradually increase the load and level of difficulty of the exercises to challenge them at a new, yet reasonable, level.

Simply Choose the Exercises From the List

Simply Choose
the Exercises From the List

Perform Isolated Single Exercise Sets or
Combine Them into Full-Body Circuit Training:

Perform Isolated Single Exercise Sets or Combine Them into
Full-Body Circuit Training:

Exercises for The Front
– The Steering Wheel

Jumping during agility training puts a lot of pressure on a dog’s forelimbs. To prevent injuries, strengthen your dog’s shoulders, toes, and wrists. This provides better support during jumps and other agility exercises.

Exercises for The Rear
– The Engine

The rear end acts as the engine of a dog’s body, responsible for pushing them forward. Improving your dog’s rear-end strength enhances their acceleration and takeoff power and provides support to commonly injured joints, such as the hips and knees.

Exercises for The Core
– The Stabilizer

The core muscles are the true stabilizing mechanism of the body. A stable core is crucial for providing better balance and stability on the agility field. When the core is weak, the body compensates by overloading other muscles, increasing the risk of injuries.

Full-Body Workouts

Combine exercises to hit all major muscle groups in a single training session. This allows for shorter recovery time and more frequent training sessions. Exercise combos improve body awareness and create new neural connections between the mind and body.

Bonus 1: Mobility Exercises

Active stretching and mobility exercises prevent muscle tightness and shortening, which improves power and reduces the risk of injury. Use this cool-down routine after agility runs or in weekly workouts to improve your dog’s flexibility and range of motion.

Bonus 2: Speed Training and Plyometrics

Include sprinting and jumping exercises into your regular agility training sessions. These exercises will help improve explosiveness — the body’s ability to generate maximum force in a minimum time.

Get the Complete Picture
of Agility-Specific Athletic Fitness:
Nothing Left Out

Your key takeaways from this will be:

Your key takeaways
from this will be:

Deeper Understanding

This course is thorough in its approach, explaining each move and its purpose in detail.

50+ Exercises to Choose From

The exercises are grouped by the areas of the body that they strengthen the most.

* We’ll periodically unlock exercises according to the Weekly Workouts Schedule, making your journey smooth and structured.


Follow 6+2 Weeks of Done-for-You Training Plans

Follow six complete training-week schedules (+ an additional 2 weeks as a special bonus!) with structured workouts, accompanied by training tips, planned regeneration days, and various difficulty levels. You will never run out of ideas on how to continue and progress.

* Utilize downloadable Workout PDFs to organize your notes and keep track of your progress.

ADIC Mockups Included pdfs

Design Your Own Training Plans

Structure your dog’s training days, weeks, or even several weeks in a row with step-by-step instructions for gradual progression and optimal rest and recovery.

* Utilize the done-for-you downloadable PDF sheets to design your own workouts by filling in the provided template.

** Use the pre-filled cheat sheets with sample training programs to get started with ease.

Curriculum 6 Let's start to work out

The Success Stories of Trainers and Competitors
Speak for Themselves:

The Success Stories of Trainers and Competitors Speak for Themselves:

Perfect class for building balance and strength for my dogs, super easy to understand and very good feedback!

Lisa Frick – Austria
International dog trainer and handler – 4 times world champion, vice European champion

»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

Introducing ...


The Premier Dog Conditioning Program
Designed Specifically for Agility Athletes

By Purchasing Now,
You Receive Immediate Access To:


Sport-Specific Conditioning in a Nutshell

  • How to reach your dog’s full potential, and peak performance abilities
  • Insights on what it actually means to move efficiently, which goes beyond moving quickly and with power
  • How to achieve a higher level of muscle functionality to improve brain-to-muscle connection and strength
  • How to decrease sport-specific risk factors


6 Fundamental Elements of Training

A walk through the essential training elements that should be incorporated into your dog’s training:

  • Power / Strength
  • Balance and Body Awareness
  • Flexibility and Range of Motion
  • Endurance and Stamina
  • Skill Training
  • Preparation and Recovery


Laying the Groundwork

  • Understand the biomechanics of exercises
  • How to teach stillness
  • Tips to better sits and downs
  • Essential guide to achieving and sustaining proper standing posture
  • Maximize the benefits of elevations
  • Master the effective use of stable and unstable equipment


50+ Strengthening Exercises

  • For isolated body parts and full-body workouts
    • Grouped by body parts
    • Bonus chapter: Mobility exercises
    • Bonus chapter: Speed training and Plyometrics


Altogether: 56 Detailed Video Lessons + 52 Pictorial and Written Explanations for Complete Mastery

  • Enhance your educational experience with comprehensive visual and written explanations for deeper understanding
  • Divided into easily accessible chapters


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 strengthening outcomes


Unlimited Lifetime Access to the Complete Course Content

  • Exercises that remain valuable throughout your dog's entire agility career
  • Timeless learning: 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


User-Friendly Course 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


Exclusive Facebook Community for Enhanced Support

We have your back in every corner of your dog fitness journey! Our closed Facebook group is a safe space to open up and move forward. Members chat about fitness, share progress, get the guidance, and motivate each other within the cool Dogs4motion family!


Easy-to-Follow Course with Bi-Weekly Chapter Progression

To facilitate easy learning and maximum progress, the chapters will be made available to you on a bi-weekly basis, gradually unlocking new content within each chapter.


Fun Quizzes to Test Your Learning

These quizzes serve as a delightful way to reinforce what you've learned, challenge yourself, and track your progress.

Based On Science

This course is product of:

➤ Science-based veterinary
➤ Canine sports medicine knowledge
➤ Personal training experiences
➤ Thorough research on the warming-up & cooling-down field
Warming up and cooling down contribute to prevent sport related injuries.
1Essential Facts of Physical Medicine, Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine in Companion Animals (Bockstahler et al, 2019)
41,7% of dogs competing in agility develop an injury that keeps them from participating in agility for > 1 week.
2Internet-based survey of the frequency and types of orthopedic conditions and injuries experienced by dogs competing in agility (Markley et al, 2021)
Warming up prior to exercise improves performance, flexibility and proprioception.
3Canine Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation (Zink et al, 2018)

Trusted By Experts

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

DVM, 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​

»Good overview of the importance and techniques of warm up and cool down. I got some great ideas to add for my warm-up routine. Thanks!«
Tiiu Toijala, Finland

DVM, CCRT, resident ACVSMR (American college of veterinary sports medicine and rehabilitation)

»Would recommend to every sport dog owner. A complete and clear course on how to properly warm-up and cool-down a dog before agility training or competition, which is very important for dog’s health and performance.«

Lucie Flageollete, France

DVM and active competitor in agility

»Very helpful, easy and clear: what to do, how to do it, and what to avoid: a perfect routine.«

Debora Severo Italia, France

Physiotherapist and osteopath

This is Exactly Why You Should Trust Me:

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Featured Video: I Work with Many Canine Athletes on a Daily Basis as the Founder of the Dogs4motion, Veterinary Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine Center in Slovenia.

I work with many canine athletes on a daily basis.

With participants in World Championships and other significant international events.

As well as active pet dogs, family, and senior dogs.

I have been an active trainer and competitor in several dog sports with my own dogs for the past 18 years.

All this has helped me to understand their needs better …

… And how important it is to take care of their well-being – from their puppyhood to their senior years.


➤ You’ll take your dog’s performance to new heights and reduce the risk of injuries

➤ You’ll build the correct foundations

➤ You’ll set yourself apart from the competition

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

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

So far I’ve been able to help 3749+ participants from 6 different continents all around the globe.

Get started with your dogs today, because they are worth it!

Jana Gams, DVM, CCRP

  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (Veterinary Faculty, University of Ljubljana)
  • CCRP – Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner (University of Tennessee)
  • Founder of Dogs4motion, Veterinary Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine Center in Slovenia
  • Active competitor on international levels and FCI Dog Training Instructor in Agility and FCI Obedience
  • 18 Years of Dog Training & Competition Experience

We Stand Behind You:

30-Day Money-Back Guarantee
Because Your Satisfaction Matters

I am so confident in this Agility Specific Warm-up / Cool-down Routine 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.

Is This You?

You want to immediately improve your dog’s performance abilities by preparing the whole body system for the upcoming agility run.

You want to minimize the risk of injuries with your dog when running agility.

You want to encourage your dog’s mental preparation and focus.

You want to provide optimal recovery after activity.

You’re curious and want to learn more about how you can check your canine athlete at home on a regular basis, to get first insights into your dog’s body.

Does This Suit Me?

You will receive the exact protocol you can use with your dog.
You will discover how to make this routine your own and adapt it to your dog’s needs if you feel it could benefit them.
The warm-up routine will take you approximately 10-15 minutes to complete.
This will give you the freedom to prepare your dog’s cardiovascular and musculoskeletal systems for the upcoming activity.
The precise timing of the routine also depends on external factors:
  • Is the weather warm or cold?
  • What kind of mood is your dog in?
  • Do you have any exercise preferences?
For example:
A dog who does not have a lot of mental stamina, and is unable to hold their focus for longer periods of time, might find it difficult to concentrate for 15 minutes straightThis might lead to a drop in motivation.
In such cases, you can adapt the warm-up routine by adding in some breaks. Doing so will help keep your dog’s motivation high.
You should also adapt the routine if the weather is warm and you need to keep your dog’s heat levels low. We will discuss all these adaptations in further detail inside the course.
You can do a majority of the warm-up exercises by having your dog on a leash. Thus you can perform them in a small (square meter or two) area next to the training/ competition venue.
Under ideal circumstances, it is best that you find a larger area/open space where you can perform some of the final sport-specific fast-motion exercises. Such as sprints, for example. I understand that sometimes you cannot find enough space to complete those final sport-specific exercises. Or you cannot find an area with a big enough non-slippery surface …
Do not worry, we discuss exactly how you can adapt your warm-up exercises in such cases. For the cool-down routine though, you can do everything by having your dog on a leash.
Under ideal circumstances, you shouldn’t use the exact same routine. You should adapt your warm-up routine to the needs of different dog sports.
The more physically demanding the upcoming activity is the longer the warm-up routine needs to beA proper warm-up should include exercises that mimic the motions which will happen during the activity later on.
The warm-up routine also mentally prepares you and your dog. You should have your own unique warm-up routine to meet the specific physical needs of each dog sport.
This way you will also provide the best mental stimulation for the upcoming activity.
If your dog participates in dogfrisbee, flyball, or any other explosive type of sport, you can still join the course and learn all about warming up and cooling down your dog!
This knowledge will also enable you to change the presented routine to fit the needs of your own dog sport.

If your dog participates in Obedience though, you can take a look at our Warm-up / Cool-down routine for Obedience.

No, all you need is a dog, some yummy treats, and a toy if your dog loves to play.

All the exercises can be done without any equipment at all!

Yes. The program is made by Jana Gams, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner. It is also recommended by other experts and backed up by science. 

Technical Questions

Yes! You keep lifetime access to the Warm-Up Cool-Down Agility 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 content are available for download.
Currently, the course is only available in English and comes with English subtitles. However, we do plan on translating the subtitles into other languages in the future, so please follow us for updates.

Satisfied Participants Share Their Success:

The tips provided are practical and well-explained, and the videos give a detailed, close-up view of how to perform each exercise. Moreover, I feel more confident in my abilities as a handler, knowing that I am doing my best for my dogs!

Linda Barton – Canada

I knew “something” about warming up and cooling down dogs, yet this course dives deeper and has finally made it very clear to me about how the proper warm-up cool-down routine should look like, with additional knowledge about stretching. Very cool.

Krystyna Cisak – Poland

Loved the course. Afterwards, I feel like I have the knowledge of how to warm-up and cool-down all specific parts of my dog’s body. Jana explains everything very detailed.

Anja Bachem – Germany

It’s really necessary for preventing injuries, increase performance and for big results! Thanks so much for everything!

Sergio Rodriguez Soneira – Spain

Very useful and interesting information that everybody doing any kind of dog sports should know about!

Mariya Makushina – USA

It gives a clear programme for both warming up, cooling down, and post event stretches. It goes into great detail and explains every move and its reason behind it. I would highly recommend.

Karen Lawlor – United Kingdom

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