In this episode (25:45)
We discuss the challenges of training by yourself and give you some helpful tips.
- Episode 72: Three Ways to Use a Helper
- Episode 49: Using Differential Rewards
- Video showing a creative way to teach the chute without a helper.
- My favorite new gadget: a phone holder for my tripod. I pair this with a quick release plate for a super fast setup.
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