Attend LIVE or Access the RECORDING within 24 hrs of live event
scheduled for Dec 27, 2018 @ 4pm Pacific Time.
HOW TO: PROGRAM DESIGN
WHAT WILL BE COVERED:
- what should be included in a balanced program
- how many exercises
- how often do you do exercises
- reps and sets
- signs of fatigue
- exercise variables
- where does performance fit in
- one generic balance program will be shown
What won't be covered
- exercise plans for dogs with previous or current injury
- multiple dog workouts - this will be touched on but mostly covered in a future class or webinar
- specific program design for a specific strength issue will not be covered - this should be done through private online lessons with Bobbie or lesson with Bobbie in Portland
Access to the webinars will be for as long as you are a member of Bobbie Lyons Canine Campus.
Disclaimer: The information in this package of webinars may over lap or appear in other classes due to the foundation needed for many behaviors, tricks and fitness exercises.
Certified Canine Fitness Trainer
Karen Pryor Certified Training Partner
Bobbie owns and operates Pawsitive Performance which offers dog training, fitness training and trick training around the globe. She was part of the TEAM that contributed knowledge and experience to help design the FitPAWS Master Trainer Program (CCFT II) and is a course "Instructor". for the program. Bobbie completed the University of Tennessee Certified Canine Fitness Trainer program to earn a "CCFT" certification and also completed the certification program for Canine Fitness through the Companion Animal Sciences Institute. In addition, Bobbie is a Certified Training Partner with the Karen Pryor Academy.
Bobbie has 5 awesome dogs that train a variety of skills for agility, fitness training, herding, trick training, tugging and dock diving. Bobbie enjoys the training process and strives to comuinicate in the best way she can to help her dogs and clients dogs understand the task at hand. She starts every training sessions with this question "how can I set the dog up for success and give the dog the best information to successfully complete the behavior".