Session #5 (Injury Prevention) – Bad Dog Agility Academy

Session #5 (Injury Prevention)

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  • LauriePreston says:

    When doing the bird dog and the fire hydrant (gotta love that name!), is it ok to support your upper body with fisted hands, as opposed to flat palms on floor? I have a hard time supporting my weight with my wrists.

  • Teddi & Paddi’s mom says:

    Love these sessions. I do them at the gym before my cardio and weight training. Love love the static stretches and balances.

  • julialane says:

    I can’t believe it but when Kert said we were done, I was disappointed – I was ready to keep going! A big reason why is his commentary, like “Shakira’s got nothing on us.” Indeed! 😆💃

    For the Exercise That Shall Not Be Named – call it Voldemort.

  • says:

    Another great session. When I do the good morning I only feel it in my right hamstring. How am I sure both are being worked?

    • Sarah Fernandezlopez says:

      From Kert “Well you should feel it in both. I’ve had people say they can’t feel it at all, which case technique is usually the issue. For you to feel it in one but not the other….. Do you have a pre existing injury? Are you doing the same thing on both legs?”

  • Joyce Jackowski says:

    Exercise with no name. It reminded me of a marionette and the puppeteer was moving just one side. I suggest either Marionette or Pinocchio as the name. And, as I was struggling with my balance, my dog came up and stood next to my stationary leg, not against it, just next to it as if to give me support. I did rest my fingertips on his hips as I rotated downwards which gave me confidence in the move, better balance. Good boy Carson.

  • Michelle says:

    Exercise with no name – Kwerk 😂😂😂

  • Francine says:

    Thanks! Great workout for my core and those large muscle groups!

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