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Learn Proper Warm Up, Cool Down, and Flexibility Exercises

Self-Paced Class
following sign-up you will have access to the full course

In-depth training in 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 materials for at least 1 year

    About This Instructor:

    Danielle Hall, BFA, CCFT, Certified Canine Fitness Trainer, Bobbie Lyons K9FITteam Member

    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.