Session #6 (Strength and Conditioning) – Bad Dog Agility Academy

Session #6 (Strength and Conditioning)

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  • KSNaples says:

    Is it okay to do an Injury & Prevention routine and the Strength & Conditioning routine without skipping a day in-between? I’m struggling with getting 3 workouts in unless I do two days in row (I play tennis several days a week).

    • Esteban Fernandezlopez says:

      In general, yes it’s okay to do on consecutive days, but let your body be your guide. Watch for excessive soreness or pain that may be an acute injury. Avoid anything that causes pain, especially if you tweaked something while playing tennis. As an athlete, you probably have a good sense for when your body needs some rest, so listen to your body.

  • says:

    Another great one. Merci

  • Collene says:

    For Russian twists – I can’t quite see his feet. Are the soles of the feet flat on the ground? I can’t quite do that. Also are you leaning back or straight up?
    Why Russian?

    • Sarah Fernandezlopez says:

      From Kert:

      Feet down yes unless very advanced. Doesn’t need to be the full sole down. Two heels pushed into floor usually gives enough of a base.
      Further you lean back the harder it is.
      No idea why russian that’s just what they’ve always been called 🤷 I didn’t make them up or anything. I’d assume made by russian weightlifters in same way Bulgarian split squats were “designed” by Bulgarian Olympic lifting team

  • LauriePreston says:

    This feels so great, and sets an energized tone for the rest of my day (just as soon as I catch my breath) lol!

  • hobeydog5 says:

    Heart rate up! Nice!!

  • says:

    Another great one. My heart is pumping!

  • says:

    With the fast feet, it is just our toes, or our whole foot?

    • Sarah Fernandezlopez says:

      From Kert: “More so mid part of your foot. some times the heel will touch, but in an ideal scenario, if its suitable for you, try to keep heels off the floor.”

  • Francine says:

    When with we get Module 4?

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