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

and Ends: November 15, 2021 @ Midnight

Learn Proper Warm Up/Cool Down and Flexibility Exercises


As soon as you sign up you will have access to the full course!

This class will cover in-depth what could be included in your warm up, cool down and flexibility routines. Warm muscles perform better than cold muscles and with a decreased chance of injury.

Warm ups for agility will be the focus, but we will also discuss movements that are beneficial for the physical challenges of other sports.

Who should participate?

→ Puppies – before growth plate closer – limited repetition
→ Newbies to fitness
→ Those looking to fine-tune their warmup and stretching routines

Why take this class?

➤ 20 behaviors to choose from for your warm up routine
➤ Learn why you should warm up, cool down and improve flexibility
➤ Learn when and how to add active stretching to your routine
➤ Learn about resting heart rate and respiratory rate and why they are important
➤ 15+ behaviors to choose from for active range of motion/flexibility

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?

SELF~PACED CLASS - As soon as you sign up you will have access to the full course!  This way you can work at your own pace.

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.


Proper warm up movements - over 20 behaviors
Cool downs - learn cool down strategies
Active stretches - over 15 behaviors

Class consists of 8 lessons with multiple exercises per lesson.

What level are the exercises? 

This course will have beginner to intermediate exercises, but even those who have been doing fitness for a while may benefit.
Suggested Pre-requisite a basic understanding of clicker training and the following behaviors either on verbal or hand signal cue, using a target or lured are helpful, but not required:
➤ Nose Touch and/or Nose Touch Hold
➤ Chin Rest
➤ Cone Wrap
➤ Paw Target
➤ Go to Mat/Target
Possible Equipment – substitution will be recommended if you don’t have equipment used in the videos.
These skills will be taught on the flat (ground) without fitness equipment or balance props. Although I may occasionally use common household items to help obtain the desired positions, they are not necessary, but may be helpful during the training process. If you don't have the equipment set up shown in my videos, look for substitutions and ask in the comment section for suggestions.

▸ 2o2o Board/Travel Plank or Aerobic Bench
▸ Target
▸ Target Stick
▸ Mats
▸ Feed Pan or Bowl
▸ Stool
▸ X-Pen

There are many possible equipment options or you may use something you have laying around your house.

Training Methods - A variety of training methods can be used to obtain the proper movement or position - shaping, luring, capturing, targeting and It's Yer Choice. These will be discussed in the video tutorials, in the forum and through video review but every tiny step will not be demonstrated in the instructional video.

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.

Danielle Hall, BFA, CCFT

Certified Canine Fitness Trainer

Bobbie Lyons K9FITteam Member

Danielle owns and operates K9 BeneFIT, which offers canine fitness training private lessons (both in-person and virtually), classes, and workshops in the Southern California area and beyond. 

Danielle completed the University of Tennessee Certified Canine Fitness Trainer program earning a "CCFT” certification. She is also a member of the Bobbie Lyons K9FITteam, an elite team of trainers passionate about canine fitness.

Along with fitness training, Danielle has enjoyed a variety of activities with her rescue dogs including agility, nose work, herding, tricks, dock diving, and disc. They also love to spend time outdoors hiking, camping, and road-tripping.

Danielle is also a lifelong horsewoman combining her knowledge of horses and dogs in both her training and a keen eye for movement.

To learn more about Danielle visit:


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 Danielle Hall at
[email protected]