• 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.
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It’s pretty simple, actually.
They focus waaaay too little on the strengthening aspect of training.
Instead, dog owners often rely on mere walks or play sessions with toys, which fail to fully fulfill their dogs’ needs.
As a result, this neglect leaves their dogs unprepared for any activities, whether it be training, competing, working out, or simply enjoying hiking, fetching toys, and playing with other dogs.
This lack of preparation also increases the risk of injuries.
Something as basic as throwing a ball can end badly.
Did you know that a play of fetch is one of the most played games with our dogs and at the top of injury-inducing games at the same time?
Quick stops, turns and twists put the dog’s body into positions that are hard to handle, and thus increase the risk of getting injured.
If something as basic as throwing a ball can have such dire consequences, how do you think engaging in high-power activities like agility, frisbee, or any other dog sports will turn out?
All those high-intensity sprints, jumps, weaves, turns, twists, accelerations, decelerations, and changes of direction …
However, living in constant fear and refraining from engaging in any activities with them is clearly not a solution.
Because deep down you already know the hardcore truth, right?💡
If you truly want a happy, long, active, and healthy life (and sports career) of your dog, their good physical preparation should be your number 1 priority!
Taking part in daily activities is not only good for their physical health, but also their mental health …
It’s also a great way for you and your canine companion to bond in a new way.
Canine conditioning is a type of workout based on a number of specific exercises that aim to improve your dog’s:
With regular and appropriate exercises you will also improve the longevity of your dog and keep them fit and mentally entertained throughout their life, all from puppyhood to senior years.
What could be a better solution than spending as little as 10 minutes per day on a couple of fun and beneficial conditioning exercises?
Anywhere, anytime, and with minimal equipment needed.
➤ Decrease the risk of injury
➤ Increase accuracy in tasks
➤ Enhance peak performance
➤ Improve the longevity of your dog
➤ Keep your dog fit and mentally stimulated
➤ 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
Now I can include it and help my dogs be even better prepared for running agility.
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!
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.
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!
Set Good Foundations:
With 5-minute Skill Time lessons, you will develop understanding, confidence, and achieve proper form.
You will work on things like:
You will want to polish the isolated exercises first before moving on to the workouts.
Proceed to Workout Weeks and 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.
There are 6 weeks of done-for-you guided workout plans waiting for you.
Each week comprises 3 combined full-body workouts and 2 training opportunities to focus on your foundational skills.
You have the flexibility to work at your own pace, with the goal of completing 5 training sessions lasting 5 to 15 minutes each per week.
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.
Each exercise is accompanied by tips on how to progress. Therefore, once you complete the initial round of Fundamentals, you can revisit the course and redo it with exercises of increased difficulty, enabling you to further advance and progress.
Exercises for The Front
– The Steering Wheel
Jumping 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 high-power 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. When the core is weak, the body compensates by overloading other muscles, increasing the risk of injuries.
We have prepared 6 weeks of done-for-you training plans, that 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
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: Skill Room
This is where you’ll find all foundation exercises thoroughly explained: benefits, proper form of execution, teaching tips, common mistakes to avoid, etc. You will unlock new exercises on a weekly basis and gradually fill your skill room.
This course is thorough in its approach, explaining each move and its purpose in detail.
You will find thorough explanation of foundation exercises that are included in the weekly workouts.
Follow six complete training-week schedules with 18 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.
To facilitate easy learning and maximum progress, the workout chapters will be made available to you on a weekly basis, gradually unlocking new content within each chapter.
These quizzes serve as a delightful way to reinforce what you've learned, challenge yourself, and track your progress.
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