Instructor: Karen Kay
Are you having trouble fitting in time to improve your own fitness because of the time you invest in your dog and his/her sports?
Are you somebody that does not like working out at a gym and would rather spend more time with your canine friend?
Would you like to utilize the same time you spend conditioning your dog with his/her Fitpaws Equipment to also benefit your fitness.
This course is designed to help the agility and dog sports handler at any age and or ability level to improve their overall fitness and conditioning. The course will also help teach you how to prevent injuries while participating in your favorite activities with your canine partner. Dog sport handlers spend most of their time and money on their dogs; classes, trials, equipment, massage, rehabilitation, conditioning, workshops, chiropractic care, etc. However, most handlers sacrifice their own well-being for their dog. The worst part about this philosophy is that they often end up with injuries and or physical limitations that prevent them from participating in their beloved dog sport or sports.
I will teach the handlers how to utilize the time they spend conditioning their dog to also condition themselves at the same time. Handler exercise can just become another time that you can develop your relationship with your canine partner. Some of your Fitpaws equipment can be utilized for both of you and so can some of your human exercise equipment. All this can be done in the comfort of your own home and the upcoming winter season is a prime opportunity to take advantage on this kind of fitness program.
You don’t need fancy gym equipment to improve your general fitness and movement efficiency. Improving your fitness can be done with your canine partner in the comforts of your own home. There are no prerequisites for this class and all levels and abilities will be accommodated. I will provide beginner, intermediate, and advanced level programs based on your current level of fitness and conditioning. I will also address those handlers recovering from specific injuries as well.
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