Veterinary Rehab Specialist, Agility and FCI Obedience Competitor Lets You in on Dog Fitness Training Secrets …

FUNdamentals k9
conditioning course

expert secrets of
canine conditioning

6 weeks of done-for-you guided workout plans.
25 easy-to-follow exercises.
Bond. Improve performance. Reduce the risk of injuries.
Fun training from the comfort of your home.
Minimal equipment needed.
Takes as little as 10 minutes per day.
Trusted by competitors and backed up by science.

Watch the Video Below and Learn Why You Should Start With Dog Fitness Today!

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FUNdamentals K9 conditioning course is designed by Jana Gams, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, CCRP, active competitor in Agility and FCI Obedience
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A Welcoming Home for All Breeds

No Matter The Size or Shape. From Poodles to German Shepherds and Beyond - Improving Health for All Canines

This course is ideal for:

Sporting &
Working Dogs

➤ Decrease the risk of injury.

➤ Increase accuracy in tasks.

➤ Enhance peak performance.

Family &
Older Dogs

➤ Improve the longevity of your dog.

➤ Keep your dog fit and mentally stimulated.

Puppies &
Young Dogs

➤ Start as early as 9-10 weeks of age.

➤ Help your dog to learn how to use their body in safe, controlled and low-impact conditions at first.

Unveiling the Surprising Inspiration Behind My Program Design: It's Not What You Expect

I know exactly what it feels like not knowing:

  • Where to start?
  • What to do?
  • How to do it the right way?

Worrying about whether you’re overloading or skipping something.

Being afraid that you’ll do something wrong and harm your loyal buddy.

After all, dogs are athletes.

And we all want happy, long, active, and healthy lives for them, right?

When I was a veterinary student, I struggled a lot with finding good educational content.

I wanted to help my sweet puppy Genie after she broke her tibia in an accident when she was only 10 weeks old.

I still remember the heartbreaking look of those big sad puppy eyes.

My biggest concern was whether she’d ever be able to be active again.

I had no idea how to prevent her from future compensatory issues.

And above all …

How to enable her to grow up into a healthy, active, and wild adult.

Rolling Up My Sleeves
and Putting in the Work:
The Only Option I Knew Back Then

Now I was on a mission.

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

It sort of became my passion, guiding me forward to the canine rehabilitation field also after my veterinary graduation.

And I found something extraordinary.

See …

Most dog owners and trainers focus way too little on strength training. 

That is why they never achieve their dog’s full potential when it comes to sports performance … 

… Or if they simply want to enjoy an active life with their furry companions to the fullest and for as long as possible.

I decided to change that.

The Birth of FUNdamentals:
A Journey That Has Finally Come to Fruition

With this online course, you will improve your dog’s physical and mental abilities. It is:

➤ Safe, efficient, and FUN!

➤ Complete.

➤ Ready to use.

➤ Balanced.

➤ Well structured.

➤ Easy to understand.

And best of all, you can do it whenever you want, wherever you want.

From the comfort of your home or even when wandering around on your daily walk in nature.

You don’t need an expensive training menu or sophisticated equipment.

Any old piece of furniture or an object from the environment will do.

You will discover the beauty of:

➤ Dog anatomy.

➤ Body structure.

➤ Correct positions.

➤ All the muscles that are a part of the exercises.


Creating the Course with
Active Dogs in Mind: Including Yours!

I work with many canine athletes on a daily basis.

With participants in World Agility Championships and other big international events. As well as active pet dogs.

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

Yes, including Genie. 😉

All this has helped me to better understand their needs …

… And how important it is that they are well mentally prepared and in excellent physical shape.

I am excited and proud to share this knowledge with you!

Here’s my BIG PROMISE:

In as little as 10 minutes per day, you’ll be able to:

  1. Maximize your dog’s physical and mental abilities.
  2. Reduce the risk of injuries at the same time.
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Featured Video: I Work with Many Canine Athletes on a Daily Basis as the CEO of the Dogs4motion, Veterinary Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine Center in Slovenia.

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)
  • CEO of Dogs4motion, veterinary rehabilitation and sport medicine center
  • Active competitor on international levels and FCI Dog Training Instructor in Agility and FCI Obedience
  • 18 Years of Dog Training & Competition Experience

The Success Stories of Trainers and Competitors
Speak for Themselves.

Now I can include it and help my dogs be even better prepared for running agility.

Lea Komat – Slovenia
Agility competitor and instructor, member of Slovenian national team since 2016

This video is a perfect guidance for a proper warm-up and cool-down routine. I now know exactly what to take care of before and after each run in training or competition!

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

I feel so strongly about this topic so it’s great to have a professional that also competes in many dog sports like Jana here to educate us! I personally use these methods of warm-up and cool-down with my own dogs, investing our next run and the longevity of our sports career together.

Naarah Cuddy – Great Britain

Agility World Championship member in 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2019. Founder of Into Shape Agility

I love the warm-up and cool-down videos and all the amazing details those videos include! Not only because they teach you how to properly prepare the dog for activity and help you to prevent injuries, but also because they show the importance of not only warming up and cooling down itself, but also all the bonding and mental preparation that happens during those activities. Full package.

Katarina Podlipnik Capuder – Slovenia
Dog trainer, founder of FUNtastic dog training, multiple AWC and EO medalist

FUNdamentals Conditioning course is a very interesting and wonderful courses.

I learned many useful exercises for my dogs. I liked the very detailed and understandable explanation of each exercise, a lot of attention is given to the safe execution of exercises.

My dogs perform exercises every week during our walks, at home, before training. And they do theirs with pleasure!

Elena Murashova – Russia
World champion of FMBB in FCI Obedience in Germany (2017), Slovenia (2018); Vice-champion in Czech Republic (2019)

This was absolutely super online course. There were very good exercises and really good theory part. I am really happy that I entered my dogs to Fundamentals online course. Jana’s feedback for all the videos was very thorough.

I am really satisfied how my dogs looked after the course and how much better was their coordination.

Birgit Piho, Estonia

Active competitor in Agility, FCI Obedience and IGP

The Ultimate Canine FITNESS Blueprint

Mastering the Four Key Pillars for Success with Your Dog

1. Precision Training:

Achieving Pinpoint Accuracy for Optimal Outcomes

  • Get better control of your dog’s hind legs
    Most dogs struggle with this.
  • Improve sports performance and everyday life
    Walking your dog is not enough to achieve this.
  • Increase body awareness and accuracy in tasks
    They’ll know exactly where their feet are at all times.

2. Building Better Bodies:

The Path to Increased Muscle Strength and Improved Balance

  • Improve general physical strength and endurance
  • Improve and maintain the dog’s physical condition over break periods
  • Return to training, sports, or normal life without any injury concerns

3. Sharpening the Mind:

Developing Laser-Focus and Mental Stability

  • Maintain focus for longer periods of time
  • Boost your dog’s confidence
  • Build relationship and trust

4. Overcoming Obstacles:

Transforming Weaknesses into Unstoppable Advantages

  • Develop body balance
    Having a weaker body part overloads the spine and increases the risk of injuries.
  • Improve active range of motion
    The flexibility of joints, soft tissues, and spine.


FUNdamentals k9
conditioning course


Essential Guidelines​

  • Discover how to teach and perform the exercises correctly.
  • Detailed tips on what to pay attention to.
  • Troubleshooting tips, in case you run into a teaching / performing problem.
  • Gain the best strengthening effect outcome.

52 Video Lessons, 276 Minutes of Content and 51 Written & Pictorial Explanations​

  • Structured for target strengthening of the front, rear and core.
  • Thorough visual and written explanations for better
    understanding and educational experience.
  • Divided into chapters so you can easily access any part of the content.

Lifetime Access to All Content​

  • The exercises are beneficial throughout the entire lifetime of your dog.
  • No starting date and no end date of the course.
  • Keep up with the content, advance and progress with the difficulty level.
  • You can restart it anytime if you and your dog
    need a break from the training.
  • Workout with different dogs whenever you want.

Warm-Ups & Cool-Downs as the Alpha and Omega of Every Dog Training Session​

  • You should always warm up your dog before you do ANY activities,
    and cool them down after.
  • Effectively prepare the whole body system.
  • Improve performance right away and reduce the risk of injuries.

User-Friendly & Accessible on Any Device​

  • Complete.
  • Step by step.
  • Ready to use.
  • Balanced.
  • Well structured.
  • Easy to understand course.
  • Do it from the comfort of your home or even when wandering around on your daily walk in the nature.
  • Minimal training equipment needed (any old piece of furniture will do).

Private FB Community Group​

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 guidance and motivate each other within the cool Dogs4motion family!

Certificate of Completion

after finishing the course​

Get These 3 Awesome Bonuses Included!

Bonus 1 - Skill Room (25 Exercises)

  • A complete library with every exercises available.
  • Easily accessible in one place.
  • Look back for instant tips anytime you want to.
  • Refresh your knowledge when you need to.
  • Perform isolated exercises withouth searching through the whole course.

Bonus 2 - Mobility Room

  • Active stretching & flexibility exercises
  • Improve active range of motion and flexibility in your dog’s limbs and spine on a regular basis.
  • All combined in one place for easy and fast access.

Bonus 3 - Downloadable Workout PDFs

  • Organize your notes.
  • Keep track of your progress.
  • Follow weekly workouts.
  • Wave and keep the notes - forever!

18 Free Structured Workouts: A Complete Bonus Package!

  • 6 complete training-week schedules with 18 structured workouts.
  • Training tips.
  • Planned regeneration days.
  • Several difficulty levels.
  • Never run out of ideas on how to continue and progress.
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This course is the product of:

➤ Science-based veterinary.

➤ Canine sports medicine knowledge.

➤ Personal training experiences.

➤ Thorough research.

Satisfied Participants Share Their Success

"You don't need an expensive or sophisticated equipment and you can practice wherever you want."

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Yvonne Belin, Switzerland

Canine Freestyle, Pluri-Swiss-Championship, European Champion 2013, Vice-World Champion 2014, World Champion 2016

"My dog is now safe from injuries, solid on a dolg walk and confident when doing agility!"

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Victoria Greymont, USA

Active competitor in Agility

"All the exercises have alternatives for older or injured dogs so I can easily make more repetitions or make it harder or easier, depending on their needs."

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Eva Lacnakova, Czech Republic

Multiple AWC and EO agility member, Bronze Team AWC Turku 2019

"Exercises are included to improve muscle, joint and spine flexibility and range of motion, so you will notice a change in your dog upon completion!"

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Tomoko Nakaminami, Japan

Active competitor in Agility



Two non-slippery platforms.

You can use two lower planks or targets that your dog can comfortably step on or target with either their front or hind paws.

It can be a simple do-it-yourself wooden platform or foam pad, or you can always use some items from your household inventory.

Set of bars

A set of cavaletti cones and bars or any kind of poles from your home inventory (such as brooms, rakes, hiking poles, etc.) can be used.

A non-slip surface

If you don’t have a non-slip floor, I would advise you to use a mat or carpet that you can place in the room where you normally train (such as a yoga mat, carpet, or foam puzzles that you can clip together).


  • Welcome!
  • How to use this course
  • Join the community
  • Before we begin …
  •  Teaching the skill, working out, progressing
  •  Playing it cool: safety notes
  •  Warm-ups and Cool-downs: The Alpha and Omega
  •  Bony landmarks: Get to know your dog
  •  The Front: it’s role in activities and body structure traits
  •  The Rear: it’s role in activities and body structure traits
  •  The Core: Center of gravity
  •  Test your learning
  •  IMPORTANT! Set good foundations
  •  Biomechanics of Exercises: Understanding weight distribution is the key!
  •  Starting points: Front Feet up
  •  Starting points: Rear Feet up
  •  Your first assignment time!
  •  Balanced standing position: stand still on two objects
  •  FF / RF Transitions
  •  What are SETS and REPETITIONS?
  •  Position changes to begin with: Sit, Down, Stand
  •  Tips to better sits and downs
  •  Cavaletti exercise
  •  Got stuck and in need of help?
  •  Three more exercises to master before the Workout weeks
  •  Test your learning
  •  Introduction to the Skill-Room
  •  Starting points: FF up
  •  Starting points: RF up
  •  Stand still exercise
  •  FF / RF Transitions
  •  Rock back Sit to Stands
  •  Down to Stands
  •  Tucked Sit to Kickback Stands
  •  Cavaletti
  •  Figure 8
  •  Cookie Shifts
  •  High fives
  •  Crawling
  •  FF down stepping
  •  Push back up
  •  Lateral side stepping
  •  Transitions Advanced
  •  Play bow to Stand
  •  Pivoting
  •  Walking backwards
  •  Sit to Stand Ups
  •  Plank
  •  Twist Ups
  •  RF down stepping
  •  Semicircular Cavaletti
  •  Cavaletti Extended
  •  Mobility Exercises


  •  Let’s start!
  •  Test your skills
  •  How to work out?
  •  Workout Week 1: Handouts
  •  Workout 1.1: Total circuit
  •  5-min Skill Time: Crawling
  •  Workout 1.2: Rear + core
  •  Resting day
  •  5-min Skill Time: FF down stepping and Push back up
  •  Workout 1.3: Front + core
  •  Resting day
  •  It’s too easy! – Is it, really?
  •  Workout Week 2: Handouts
  •  Workout 2.1: Front + core
  •  5-min Skill Time: Lateral side stepping
  •  Workout 2.2: Total circuit
  •  Resting day
  •  5-min Skill Time: Transitions Advanced
  •  Workout 2.3: Cardio
  •  Resting day
  •  Ways of Strengthening
  •  Workout Week 3: Handouts
  •  Workout 3.1: Total circuit
  •  5-min Skill Time: Pivoting
  •  Workout 3.2: Total circuit
  •  Resting day
  •  5-min Skill Time: Walking backwards
  •  Workout 3.3: Front + core
  •  Resting day
  •  Quality before quantity
  •  Workout Week 4: Handouts
  •  Workout 4.1: Cardio
  •  5-min Skill Time: Plank
  •  Workout 4.2: Total circuit
  •  Resting day
  •  5-min Skill Time: Twist ups
  •  Workout 4.3: Rear + core
  •  Resting day
  •  Training basics: The big picture
  •  Workout Week 5: Handouts
  •  Workout 5.1: Core
  •  5-min Skill Time: RF down stepping
  •  Workout 5.2: Total circuit
  •  Resting day
  •  5-min Skill Time: Semicircular Cavaletti
  •  Workout 5.3: Front + core
  •  Resting day
  •  Going forwards
  •  Workout Week 6: Handouts
  •  Workout 6.1: Cardio
  •  5-min Skill Time: Cavaletti Extended
  •  Workout 6.2: Total circuit
  •  Resting day
  •  Workout 6.3: Total circuit
  •  5-min Skill Time: It’s your turn!
  •  Resting day
  •  Congrats! Here’s what’s next …
  •  More resources for you
  •  Before you go …

We Stand Behind You:

30-Day Money-Back Guarantee
Because Your Satisfaction Matters

I am so confident in FUNdamentals K9 Conditioning 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 FUNdamentals is right for you, I’ll refund every cent you paid – no questions asked.


Let me show you one of the exercises that you can find in this course:
A full video tutorial on the Cavaletti exercise!

Watch this video and learn everything about
cavaletti in a trot:

✔ the strengthening benefits and correct performance
✔ how to set the optimal distance for your dog
✔ what is the correct height
✔ how to teach them to reach optimal performance
✔ and possible troubleshooting to the troubles you might run into during training them with your dog

Going over cavaletti rails really is a perfect exercise to improve overall strength and body awareness. We love it – how about you? ❤

There are 25 detailed exercises just like this inside the Skill Room, which you get as a special BONUS when you enroll in our online course. 💪

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Ready, steady... Start!
With FUNdamentals on-line canine conditioning class



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

»FUNdamentals is not suitable only for young dogs in sport, but also to keep retired dogs as fit as possible so they can follow the youngsters with daily activities! 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


Exercise has significant physical and psychological benefits for dogs. One of the most important is extension of health span, the length of time that a dog remains healthy and active.
Canine Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation
(Zink et al, 2018)
Muscles act as shock absorbers for the joints, thus exercises that strengthen periarticular muscles can have a protective effect.
Essential Facts of Physical Medicine, Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine in Companion Animals
(Bockstahler et al, 2019)
Appropriately conditioned performance and working dogs perform better and are less likely to suffer injuries. When injuries do occur, they tend to be less severe, and recovery is faster. In addition, fit working dogs suffer less stress, which translates to greater stamina and longevity as working dogs- -a win- win situation for both dog and client.
Canine Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation
(Zink et al, 2018)

Does this Suit me?

The program is designed to suit all age stages of dogs:

  • Puppies.
  • Young dogs.
  • Adults.
  • Sporting, working or family dogs.
  • Oldies goldies who will benefit from some extra proprioception work.
There is no minimum age requirement.
You can start as early as with a puppy after age 9-10 weeks (of course the basics only) and then progress. It is important that you follow the recommendations on how to adapt exercises for a certain age of pups. We explain everything within the course. 
The basics are a great way to start working with a puppy/young dog. You will get them used to reward-based training and working with food. You will also familiarize them with different kinds of objects, platforms, and materials.
Progress at your own pace to master the exercises. For serious workouts included in this class, it is better to wait a little longer. Your puppy should understand the principles of learning and being rewarded.
This course is a great way for puppies and young dogs to learn how to use their bodies. In safe, controlled, and low-impact conditions. Dog fitness is also a great way to build a strong bond with your dog and have lots of fun.
Remember. You will get lifetime access to all content. You can decide to spend weeks or months teaching the foundation behaviors first. You can move to the workouts when you become ready.
You don’t need to worry the course will end before your puppy is old enough for it.
The difference is in the number of repetitions, and equipment setups.
You will be impressed with how you can make the same exercise as easy as possible and super difficult for top athletes!
This will further benefit you if you own several dogs with different needs!

Yes, we are sure. We have plenty of proof to back it up. Not just Border Collies. From Poodles to German Shepherds. You name it. All breeds are welcome here. We love all of them. Dog fitness even help breeds with longer backs.

The program is also suitable for dogs with long spines. You will help them develop core strength which is super important for them. Using low equipment/platforms does the trick and the fact that we are working with the dog in front of us!
No, you do not.
You and your dog can be complete beginners and you will still be able to follow the course. You will discover the foundations to start with canine conditioning safely and effectively. If your dog is used to reward-based training (like taking food from your hand) you are good to go! You and your dog will learn everything through the course. You will start with true basics and continue to build strong foundations.
If you are an experienced handler (or have an experienced dog), relax. This course will challenge you and keep you both occupied as well.

Yes! You will be able to strengthen your dog’s whole body equally and in the right way. You will be guided with easy-to-follow step-by-step explanations and videos.

Yes! FUNdamentals is very beneficial for doing obedience and/or rescue work with your dogs

In FUNdamentals, dog owners work on improving the symmetry and active range of motion of their dogs’ bodies. Having a weaker body part can negatively affect balance and predispose the dog’s body to further damage, as well as overload the spine due to structural deficits, the effects of unilateral work in particular dog sports, past injuries, or chronic compensatory issues.

This program is much more effective with food. It requires precision and repetition in exercises that are difficult to achieve with a toy reward.
Does your dog eat daily meals? If so, you can switch from using a bowl to using the food as a training reward.

Health and safety concerns

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. 

No special equipment is required! You can always use some stuff from your house inventory!
A simple do-it-yourself platform or foam pad will suffice.
It is good to have some basic fitness equipment. Or more, if you want to add in some difficulty.
If you want to buy anything, a simple balance mat will do, and for the rest, you can improvise. 
No, you do not.
You and your dog can be complete beginners and you will still be able to follow the course. You will discover the foundations to start with canine conditioning safely and effectively. If your dog is used to reward-based training (like taking food from your hand) you are good to go! You and your dog will learn everything through the course. You will start with true basics and continue to build strong foundations.
If you are an experienced handler (or have an experienced dog), relax. This course will challenge you and keep you both occupied as well.

Yes! You will be able to strengthen your dog’s whole body equally and in the right way. You will be guided with easy-to-follow step-by-step explanations and videos.

Yes! For example, when dealing with issues like:


  • Mild hip/elbow dysplasia.
  • Hypermobility.
  • L7/S1 problems.
  • Lower back issues.
  • Tight hip flexors.
  • Problems with older dogs.
  • Other specific health problems.
  • Past injuries.


To improve the support to the hips, you need to strengthen the musculature around weaker hips. At the same time, you should focus on strengthening the core. This will allow your dog to move with more balance and in an effective way.
We also have quite some dogs with lower back issues who joined the course and benefitted from it greatly.
There are also guidelines throughout the class for dogs with hip dysplasia, to make the exercises as safe as possible.
The instructor Jana Gams is qualified in canine rehabilitation. You will be able to apply the easiest variation of each exercise, depending on the case. You will discover how to adapt each exercise for the best strengthening outcome. You will learn how to choose the right setup in order not to overload this part of the body.
You can also request Jana Gams’s feedback to make sure you’re doing exercises the right way. We will make rehabilitation plans to rebuild muscle and strength. It is important that you adapt them to your dog’s conditions and current abilities. If you believe your case is different, don’t hesitate to contact us:!

This course is designed as a self-study program. Relax. For a small fee, you can upgrade and additionally purchase a 1-on-1 personal feedback  with Jana Gams!

Certainly! We offer 1-on-1 consultations. You can read more about them here >>  Afterward, you can book your appointment by sending an email to:


Yes! You keep lifetime access to the FUNdamentals course. That means you can restart it, refresh your knowledge and start with other dogs anytime in the future.
Right now one of our happy students already finished 4th round of 6 workout weeks. She said that her dog is super powerful and muscular. She feels safer doing agility and loves the feeling to do the most she can for her dog.

The next payment is due one month after the initial purchase date. For instance, if the purchase is made on July 16th, the subsequent payment will be due on August 16th.

Upon completion of the course, we will award you with this certificate. The course is primarily designed for dog owners and trainers, rather than dog professionals, although many professionals do also make use of the course.

Yes. The access to the content platform is lifetime, and it is very easy to use and navigate. Additionally, PDFs of the Weekly Workout content 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.

This is the exact program I follow with my own dogs as well, to keep them fit and healthy. You will be impressed by how you can make the same exercise as easy as possible, as well as super difficult for top athletes
- all this is included in the course! 🙂 

So don't miss out! Seize the opportunity, we will definitely have great fun!

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