August 2012

Episode 13: The Agility Calendar Girls thumbnail

Special guests Katie Long and Cat Clark join the podcast to talk about their scandalous charity project: The 2013 Agility Girls Calendar! NON-U.S. Agility Girls Calendar PreOrder U.S. Agility Girls Calendar PreOrder Cat Clark photography AdvoAgility AdvoAgility specializes in health and wellness, weight management, vibrant energy and sports performance for the human half of your

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In our previous article, Using a Double Rear Cross Instead of a Serpentine, we showed how the double rear cross can be just as fast as the serpentine maneuver. One of the keys for performing a great double rear cross is to make sure that you stay out of your dog's path. Many handlers will

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Special guests Greg and Laura Derrett join the podcast to discuss Great Britian's FCI World Team selection, the differences between agility in the US and overseas, handling systems, UKA, UKI, and their online seminars through Ultimate Agility. Ultimate Course Analysis and Ultimate Agility UKA and UKI AdvoAgility AdvoAgility specializes in health and wellness, weight management,

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Executing a good serpentine in agility requires you to be ahead of your dog on course. However, you can't always be ahead of your dog. When this happens, a double rear cross is the perfect substitute for the serpentine maneuver. In the video below, the handler runs two rear crosses in a row instead of

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There are just two steps to performing a great rear cross with your agility dog. Step #1: Set the dog's line. The rear cross starts with you standing close to the wing of jump #1. Ideally, you should be able to reach out your hand and touch the wing. If you can't touch it, you're too far away. On

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Episode 11: The Rear Cross

Today's podcast is all about the rear cross. Pros, Cons, and a dash of execution. 2012 European Open Livestream Bad Dog Agility: Comparison of Handler Paths of Rear Crosses AdvoAgility AdvoAgility specializes in health and wellness, weight management, vibrant energy and sports performance for the human half of your agility team. AdvoAgility is run by

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Many people believe that aggressive handling with fast-running front crosses produces the fastest agility runs. However, there are many times when you will not be able to put yourself in a good position for a front cross, but  can use a rear cross without any loss in time. A good rear cross has many components;

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Episode 10: Training with Food; Training with a Clicker thumbnail

Training Tip: Use food effectively in your agility training with several different methods. Agility Topic: We discuss how the use of the clicker has evolved in agility training. Udder Tug Toy Agility Right from the Start Silvia Trkman AdvoAgility AdvoAgility specializes in health and wellness, weight management, vibrant energy and sports performance for the human

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