Are you looking for something really new and different to do with your dog?
Then Fit Dog Fit You could be the solution.
Kate Lamacraft, head trainer and owener of The Canine Hub, has worked professionally with dogs for 4 years and is a qualified PE teacher of nearly 30 years, so what better person is there to design an exciting new fitness programme for dogs and handlers.
All this for ONLY £60
Fit Dog consists of six planned workouts, that include a series of simple, fun exercises, which are designed to improve the bond between you and your Canine Buddy, and help you both get fitter and healthier.
This online course will give you six complete workouts and each workout will be made up of a series videos covering 6 different areas. 1 Warm up, 2 Dog skills 3 Ladder work, 4 Leg work, 5 Core work, 6 Fun Game
- Warm up – All good fitness classes start with a warm up and Fit Dog is no exception. Dynamic warm up exercises will get both your dog and you ready for action and reduce any injury risk.
- Dog skills – These are general skills or games that will help your dog manage the exercises a little easier. They are also great fun and will help build a between you both.
- Ladder work – Quick feet, speed and agility is the name of the game here. Exercises using agility ladders will really help to improve these aspects of your fitness and your dog’s fitness too.
- Core Work – Yes you’ve got it, fun exercises that work your core muscles as well as your dogs core muscles. These are really fun and will help build a great bond with your dog
- Leg Work – A series of exercises to focus on and build up strength, stamina, coordination and flexability in your legs and also working along side your Canine buddies fitness too.
- Games Zone – The games in this last section of the workout are great fun and will also help you and your dog cool down from the workout.
All this for ONLY £60
Fit Dog will also have a dedicated Facebook group, where you can post sucesses, struggles, share your experiences with others and receive feedback.
As a PE teacher, Kate has advised that you and your dog work at your own pace, and she also advises anyone with concerns about fitness to seek medical advice prior to starting Fit Dog.
Minimum equipment needed. A few cones or markers, poles or garden canes, sports agility ladder (You can make one of these at home)