In this podcast, Sarah and Esteban talk with Leslie Eide, DVM about structuring your agility training in a way that gives you peak performance at a specific event. How to plan your time off from agility. How to taper for an event. How to design a training plan for the entire year. Jumping Gymnastics Online
The Bad Dog Agility Podcast
In this episode, Sarah and Esteban about how we can train ourselves to take risks on course. What desensitization is. How desensitization can help us deal with the stress of trials (big and small). Why experienced handlers may lose empathy for newcomers. How we can use desensitization to train ourselves to take risks on course.
In this episode, Sarah and Esteban talk about the differences between physical and mental commitment and how this can affect your dog on course. How we define a dog's commitment to an obstacle. Why commitment is important. How to change your dog's commitment point. Episode 171: Obstacle Focus vs Handler Focus in Dog Agility HitItBoard.com
In this episode, Sarah and Esteban talk about everything your dog sees on course that you don't. That dogs and people see the agility world differently. Which invisible obstacles are the most common. How to deal with blank spaces. About shoemaking. Episode 122: Debugging Your Dog Agility Training Elite Science - 1-TDC You have developed
In this podcast, Sarah and Esteban chat with Jessica Ajoux. Jessica and her border collie Fame(US) won the overall Masters Champion at this past weekend's Masters Agility Championship at Westminster held in New York City. Why you should consider competing at Westminster at least once. How Jessica manages her dog's energy. How Jessica deals with
Jennifer Crank and Sarah Baker join Esteban to share their thoughts on the upcoming Masters Agility Championship at Westminster. They also give some advice to dog agility newcomers and discuss being "results oriented" versus "process oriented" in your approach to the sport. Buy Tickets for the Event! → Before and After Video Series ← Westminster
In February 2015, Raphael was watching the Masters Agility Championship at Westminster on TV with his rescue dog Ringo and decided, in that moment, that he wanted to be there. In June of 2015, he began training in agility. And now, in February of 2018, he will compete at Westminster. Listen to their remarkable story!
In this episode, Sarah catches up with Stacey Campbell whose rescue dog Roo! became the first "Highest Scoring Mixed Breed in Trial" at the Masters Agility Championship at Westminster. Buy Tickets for the Event! Episode 177: Westminster Preview with Paul Campanella Episode 153: Interview with 2017 Westminster Champion John Nys Bad Dog Agility Goes to
In this episode, Sarah and Esteban expose some of the common excuses people make in dog agility. How excuses can have a detrimental effect on your agility experience. How to identify imagined limits. How to overcome the most common real limits in the sport. How to accept real limitations that cannot currently be overcome. Episode