Thursday, December 31, 2009

4 to 8 Dog Agility Jumps Makes Ideal Training

We often ask, "How many jumps should I start with?" You can never have too much of a leap to agility training. A good starting place is four jump. This is a leap to an absolute minimum we recommend.

You can teach a variety of skills, training, and exercises with four to jump. Four jump will allow you to work on short-channel leap or jump grid. You can setup a "box" with a jump and practice handling, collection, and 270-degree jump. You can teach your dog jumping left and right. You can be outside the box and send your dog or you can handle from the box. You can skip the setup in a horizontal line, so you can practice serpentines and threadles.

Go the next step and get eight jump. Now you can setup two boxes with one introductory jump. You are now multiplied by your practice that you can practice with your dog. You can jump grid of recommended size and number of jumps. You also can set up your jump in a circle with a bar jump perpendicular to the circle or the circumference of a circle. This pattern also allows you to practice various skills.

The next consideration is the double jump and triple jump. You can set two or three single jump together to make your extended jump, but it has two and three courses you jump in the work is really valuable to practice. We have seen many dogs run a clean course and the last is a triple barrier and the dog was not ready for it, and bang, down comes the bar.

You can really pack on the front and has two sets of eight jumps. This is the best in training because you can keep jumping into the clutches of the time apart from your course work, and has eight one-hopped into the course of work. And when you include two and three, you can really practice all the skills and training necessary to make the jump you are "Qs".


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