Some thoughts on disappointment, risk, reward, playing not to lose vs playing to win, and long odds.
The international JWW course run at Clear Mind Agility this past week.
Here’s the set up, course map, and analysis for the course that we ran in class at Clear Mind Agility this week. Enjoy!
Here’s the set up, course map, and analysis for the course that we ran in class at Clear Mind Agility last week. Enjoy!
Here’s the set up, course map, and analysis for the course that we ran in class at Clear Mind Agility last week of 2016. Enjoy!
Here’s the set up, course map, and analysis for the course that we ran in class at Clear Mind Agility the week of December 15, 2016. Enjoy!
It’s time to stop calling threadles threadles, and start calling them what they REALLY are…landing side approaches. Why is a change in vocabulary important? Read on!
Hear Daisy’s thoughts and analyses for all nine of the courses she ran in Medellin, Colombia, at the 2016 Americas Y El Caribe competition in April of 2016. This 45…
If you’re one of those people who, while at work all day, dreams about what you will do with your dogs when you get home, only to find that the…
Teach your dog to circle a cone with this informative video, originally published as an article in Clean Run Magazine.
Written by guest blogger and student Diana Dickinson – you can visit her blog, which she posts on regularly, HERE. Every agility competitor I know worries about getting dehydrated when it’s…
Thoughts on how to maximize your agility camp experience!
The sounds around me disappear into the background, I can only hear the beating of my heart and the breath entering and leaving my lungs. I feel butterflies in deep…
A great example of how what you think influences how you behave, and how a little tweak to your mental routine can change the outcome dramatically!
If you can’t get your body to do the correct things at the correct time, it’s not going to matter one tiny bit how perfect your timing is…the mechanics of the forward motion front cross.
Make your own set of weave poles for training This video will show you how to make your own set of 2×2 weave poles for training, which you’ll need for…
The height of your dog determines what height they will need to jump. The measuring process can be a stressful one for some dogs and “real” measuring wickets are $250, whew! Here’s a simple version of a wicket that costs no more than $10 in materials. This project is very easy and can be adjusted depending on your needs.
Instructions on how to build your own, professional looking PVC jumps – safe, and stylish! For pennies on the dollar. And, completely customized to YOU.