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Discover how to properly warm up your canine athlete before every dog training session and competition, and cool down after.

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Human sprinters on 100 m thoroughly prepare and activate their muscles for more than an hour before they start.

And all they have to do is run straight for a world record of 9,58 seconds!

Now imagine an agility dog clearing a course of 22 obstacles after only a short walk to wee, and briefly playing with a toy!

Think about what kind of motions dogs do when running an agility course …



In agility, the dog sprints, weaves, jumps, turns and twists, changes directions, accelerates and decelerates, and we simply cannot properly prepare the body for these high-power actions by only walking the dog.

The warm-up not only prepares the whole body system: nervous system, cardiovascular system, metabolism, joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments, it also leads to an immediate improvement in performance, and helps reduce the risk of injury.

And when you have successfully finished your run or your training, don’t call it quits just yet! Not only it is very discouraging for the dog to be put away and ignored after a good job, a cool-down certainly serves to accelerate the recovery process, and helps the dog to relax and settle down.

Don’t miss out!

By warming up your dog prior
to the activity you will:

There are many potential risks of injuries …

Such as slippery surfaces, explosive acceleration and abrupt deceleration forces, as well as possible equipment negotiations and late handler cues that arise when things don’t go as planned. Most often damaged areas include the shoulder region, toes, gastrocnemius and iliopsoas muscle.

By cooling down your dog after
the activity you will:

Agility handlers recommend this course

Emma Wrench – United Kingdom
»This was something that myself and my dogs have been missing out on and I am sure that now I have completed this course my dog’s body will be so much more prepared when we get on the startline than ever before.«
Anne Lenz – Germany
Agility World Champion and multiple AWC and European Open medalist, multiple German Champion

»Must-know for each competitor! Such an important topic to prevent injuries and get the best possible performance of each agility dog!«

Laura Ceccolini – Italy
»After this video course I am more able and conscious how to prepare my dogs before and after every training and competition. I am happy to give them all the time and preparations they need in order to enjoy the sport together, with less possible injuries and the best performance!«
Jane Elene Christensen – Denmark

»I like that the exercises are clear and simple. It’s great to get things more into a system, knowing how much and when to do each exercise. Before I was always unsure about how to warm up and cool down when running multiple runs a day at a competition or a seminar. Now I have a plan as I now have an idea about how long the perfect warmup should last.«

Karen Lawlor – United Kingdom

»This is the best warm up/cool down resource I have come across. 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«

Linda Barton – Canada

“The tips are practical, well explained, and the videos provide close up detail on exactly how to perform the exercises. Since using this info, I notice better recovery in my dogs from training sessions, and I feel better too knowing I am doing my best for them!”

This course is ideal for:

D4M-Essential agility Beata and Kobra

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!
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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!


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

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 discover how to properly warm up your canine athlete before every dog training session and competition, and cool down after. You’ll take their performance to new heights and reduce the risk for injuries at the same time.

You will gain new knowledge that will set you apart from the competition, and your dog will thrive by having built the correct foundations.

So far, I’ve been able to help far more than 2000 participants (from 6 different continents all around the globe) that enrolled in one or more of our courses inside our Dogs4motion online Academy.

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

5 star reviews of our members

Sergio Rodriguez Soneira – Spain

»Perfect routines! I think this routine is necessary for anybody who is doing sports with their dogs. It’s really necessary for preventing injuries, increase performance and for big results! Thanks so much for everything!«

Krystyna Tokaruk – Poland

»Clear, detailed, useful. 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.«

Anja Bachem – Germany

»Loved the course. Afterwards I feel like I have the knowledge how to warm up and cool down all specific parts of my dog’s body. Jana explains everything very detailld and I am really happy that I invested the time for my dog’s fitness and health.«

Tomoko Nakaminami – Japan

»I now know I can reduce the risk of injuries for my dogs by making sure I do the warm up/cool down correctly. That way they can run at their maximum performance. I’ve also noticed that letting them cool down after their workout helps them recover.«

Lucie Flageollet – France

“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. Would recommend to every sport dog owner.”

Mariya Makushina – USA

»You must have this knowledge! Very useful and interesting information that everybody doing any kind of dog sports should know about!«




Learn how to check your canine athlete at home on a regular basis, to get first insights into your dog’s body and detect any areas of discomfort, before they turn into visible compensatory issues.

Working with canine athletes on a daily basis, not only with my own dogs, but also during my work in canine rehabilitation and physical therapy, has taught me that you, the owner, play the most important role in recognizing potential discomforts in your dog’s body early on.

This is why this step-by-step guide on how to check the range of motion in your dog at home will allow you to seek the help of an ortho or physio professional if/when needed in a timely manner, and therefore tremendously contribute to your dog’s physical wellbeing and performing abilities in the long-term.

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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.

Genie & Brie's 30-day Money Back Guarantee

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.


If you didn't warm up and cool down your dog so far, or if you are still questioning yourself whether your routine is fully appropriate or not yet, this is the right time to be guided by Jana.

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