Enrollment Begins 10am Pacific on: September 1st, 2021 

and Ends: September 15, 2021 @ Midnight

Maximize Your Workouts with Minimal Equipment & Less Set Up Time.

No Need to Adjust Inflation Levels of Equipment When Working Multiple Dogs!


As soon as you sign up, you have access to all the lessons.

This way you can pick and choose which exercises to work on.

Are you short on time for set-up sometimes or only own a few pieces of equipment?
Are you interested in just grabbing a few pieces of equipment for your entire workout for one or more dogs?

With platforms and balance pads (foam pads), you won’t need to adjust inflation levels of equipment when you switch out dogs! Learn a variety of diverse, beneficial exercises and combinations to properly strengthen your dog. These exercises will reduce the chance of injury, improve strength and flexibility, enhance performance and increase quality of life for your dog! You’ll broaden your mind to different choreography configurations. 

A platform could be an aerobic step bench, adjustable agility table, or a KLIMB. You may also substitute more unstable equipment for the balance pads, such as a ramp or small disc, as you desire – outside of class - after class has ended or as you continue to advance.

Who should participate?

→ Any Healthy Dog!

Why take this class?

➤ Save time on a busy day by grabbing and setting up just a few pieces of equipment to do your dog’s workout. 
➤ Exercise and mentally fatigue your dog using minimal equipment – this is especially helpful if you live in an apartment or townhome! What a fabulous way to condition, exercise, and mentally fatigue your dog!
➤ Adapt the exercises to a multi-dog household - many of these exercises are perfect for puppies, athletes, family pets, and seniors!
➤ Learn a variety of exercises with correct form and progressions. These will complement each other as you strive to work your dog in all planes of motion and your dog’s core, hind, and front.  
➤ Bolster the strength, coordination, and injury prevention of dogs at any level, size, and age.
➤ Start and continue your fitness journey with fundamental equipment and later build your home gym as your budget allows! Substitute in other equipment – such as inflatables - to the combinations outside of class.

Advantages of the Online Class

✔️ Convenience of online learning
✔️ More time to learn the material than the traditional in person class format
✔️ Work at your own pace in the convenience of your home
✔️ Access to the material for at least 1 yr.

What's Included?

As soon as you sign up, you have access to all the lessons.
This way, you can pick and choose which exercises to work on.

Discussion Threads
There will be discussion threads to ask questions.

Video Review
Working students can submit up to 3 minutes of video per lesson for instructional review. NEW for 2021 - Voiceover video review is done by screen-casting for a more personalized experience. Screen-casting is audio-visual feedback (the next best thing to a 1:1 conversation)

Start Date
Class will begin right after you enroll. This class is always open so some students will be ahead of you and some will be behind you.

Each class is broken into lessons, with one or more exercises within each lesson.

The class is open for video submission, questions, review and comments for 90 days allowing you plenty of time to work through the material, take and edit video and formulate your questions as well as allow the instructor time to review and give feedback.
- access to material lasts for 1 yr.

The school reserves the right to modify, update or remove this class at any time.


Pops and Hops
Medial/Sagittal Challenges
Advancing pivots
Lateral Walking Progressions 
Dorsal Work in Drills
Pushups and Weight Shifting 

Class consists of 6 lessons with multiple exercises per lesson.

What level are the exercises? 

This course will have beginner to advanced exercise with most falling in the intermediate to advanced level. This class will focus specifically on the exercises taught and I will answer questions about the foundation movements needed but will not be teaching all the foundation movements (see suggested pre-requisite).
Suggested Pre-requisite(s) - A basic understanding of clicker or marker signal training and the following behaviors either on verbal or hand signal cue, using a target or lured:
➤ Value for front, rear, and all feet on equipment
➤ Lateral (sideways) walking (beginner level only)
➤ Reverse walking - one exercise requires reverse walking. 
➤ Give a paw
➤ Nose touch hold OR chin touch hold (beginner level only)
➤ Basic positional changes (sit, down, stand, tuck sit, fold back down, etc.)

Although not required, students may benefit by having previously taken Foundation Fitness. Students who have not taken Foundation Fitness are very welcome in this class.

Foundation Fitness
Possible Equipment - substitution will be recommended if you don’t have equipment used in the videos. FitPAWS is offering a 30% education discount. Klimb is offering a discount as well. Information to get the discount will be available upon enrolling.

▸ 2 balance (foam) pads (you may substitute one of the foam pads with a disc or ramp)
▸ 1-2 aerobic step benches with risers (you may substitute other things around the house for risers), 1-2 KLIMBs, OR another platform. Two is ideal but you can modify for one.
▸ For toy breeds and senior dogs, you may even use a folded towel or 1-2 Sensimats for your platform.
▸ For giant breeds, you may need to use 2 KLIMBs (stay tuned for the upcoming “Bring on the Big Dogs” class, too!). Your dog should be able to neutrally stand on the platform comfortably and be able to lie down with his entire body on the platform (including the front feet and excluding his tail).
▸ FitPAWS balance pads or cut up yoga mat pieces to use as foot targets if needed or to prevent equipment from sliding.
▸ 1-2 rolled up or folded large towels to add instability or elevation.

There are many possible equipment options and you may use something you have lying around your house.

Training Methods - A variety of training methods can be used to obtain the proper movement or position - shaping, luring, targeting, and It's Yer Choice. These methods will be discussed in the video tutorials, in the forum and through video review.

Disclaimer: Some information in this class may overlap or appear in other classes due to the foundation needed for many behaviors, tricks and fitness exercises. In addition, there are overlapping skills needed for many different performance activities so you may see exercises that are the same but packaged up differently toward a slightly different goal.

Jasey Day, CCFT

Certified Canine Fitness Trainer

Jasey teaches weekly group classes at a local vet clinic in Raleigh, NC. She also owns and runs Day Fit Dogs, which provides canine fitness private lessons, blog writing, and seminar services.

She is a member of the Bobbie Lyons K9FITteam - a team of compassionate canine fitness instructors who actively teach others and continually expand their own knowledge. 

Since 2004, Jasey has taught a variety of canine workshops, seminars, and classes on the following: Fitness, Swimming, Puppy, Canine Good Citizen/Family Pet, Advanced Family Pet, Rally, and Agility. In addition, Jasey has earned over 60 titles across four dogs in Dock Diving, Agility, Rally, CGC and Trick Dog. Jasey’s Labrador Retriever, Turbojet, spends his time hiking, training, teaching classes, dock diving, agility, and herding.

Pricing & Participation Options...

[ Space is Limited to 10 Workers ]



One-time fee, USD

  • Ask questions in the discussion threads
  • View video feedback recordings in the working students threads
  • Earn certificate of completion
This course is not open for enrollment at this time.

Questions about the course?

Email the instructor Jasey Day at
[email protected]

Are you short on time for set-up or only own a few pieces of equipment?

Learn how to grab a few pieces of key equipment to quickly set up beneficial exercises for one or more dogs with varying skill levels, sizes, and goals. You won’t have to worry about adjusting inflation levels or changing the size of equipment.