In this episode (13:43) In this episode, we discuss the concept of “talent” in agility, and how you might improve if you don’t have any. Mentioned Episode 115: Three Aspects of Agility Training Sponsor Back on Track Dog agility is a demanding sport and can be difficult on the body, both the dog’s and the
In this episode (28:41) In this podcast, we talk to repeat 20″ National Agility Champion Sarah Baker about her recent win. We touch on mental management during the event, running contacts, and choice analysis. Mentioned Side by Side: Hops vs Gitchi Choice Analysis: 2016 AKC NAC Finals Jump #18 Visualization and Mental Preparation Episode 32:
One of the key sequences from the 2016 AKC National Agility Championship finals course was the choice at the #18 jump. The majority of handlers chose to do a full wrap there, finishing the 18-19-20 line with dog on right. A few handlers took their dogs to the other wing of 18, finishing out with
Bad Dog Agility sponsored athlete Sarah Baker and her border collie Hops capped off an outstanding weekend with their second straight AKC National Agility Championship win in the 20″ class, entering the finals as the top seed and besting 343 other dogs in the toughest 20″ field seen in several years. Bad Dog Agility’s Esteban
In this episode (11:57) In this podcast, we announce the launch of our new website dedicated to sport reporting for dog agility. We discuss our thoughts, plans, and hopes for this new site. Mentioned Dog Agility NOW – a new website for news, statistics, and results Please take a moment to LIKE our DogAgilityNOW Facebook
This post will include a very quick look at 2 challenges specific to the premier class: the forced layer and the run by. We’re heading to Tulsa tomorrow for the AKC National Agility Championship and I had a sudden panic attack that one or both of these challenges would appear in the warm up premier/ISC
In this episode (35:54) In this podcast, we talk about one change you can make in your practice to help you handle smoothly and efficiently. Mentioned The Before & After Video Series! Sponsor Back on Track Dog agility is a demanding sport and can be difficult on the body, both the dog’s and the human’s!
In this episode (52:00) In this podcast, we talk about dealing with personal disappointment, other people’s disappointment, and how to build an environment where failure doesn’t rob you of joy. Mentioned How to Develop Mentally Tough Young Athletes How Your Mindset Affects Your Agility Performance The Before & After Video Series! Sponsor Back on Track