Assignment: Your First Jumping Analysis – Bad Dog Agility Academy

Assignment: Your First Jumping Analysis

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  • Marty R says:

    Here is Bolo’s jumping analysis video. He is a 4yo BC. The first three jumping attempts are just recalls to a treat & train. I am not in the frame, but are a few steps beyond the treat & train looking over my shoulder toward him. The next few attempts are with a little motion by me. I think I saw earlier take offs if I am showing motion. Maybe either anticipating a turn or trying to catch up.

    https://youtu.be/vJDNipja9pY

  • tami.sullivan1@gmail.com says:

    This is my 2 year old working english cocker spaniel, Argus-Pilot. He’s coming out of a tunnel approaching a second, so I’m not sure if this is an accurate sample

    https://youtu.be/qn6pIAbC3dk

  • jpintar says:

    Here’s our jumping effort for analysis. This is m 4.5yo BC Juno. I’ve always wanted more extension but can’t seem to get it. Overall, I think he has nice form. Looking forward to you comments.

    https://youtu.be/YgJCmcI_8no

  • Leanne says:

    PadFoot (19 months – enormous early take off) & Lyric (10 y/o – this is the smallest height that she jumps): https://youtu.be/zN0c2k7ZALo

  • melin_mike@yahoo.com says:

    Kahuna jumping analysis. Esteban spoke with you about his striding earlier today. I think kahunas striding was fine in these 2 jumps but just a little early. https://youtu.be/Qrk-DmE-FFU

  • jillcohn@hotmail.com says:

    Freck jumping on a 20 foot grid with 8 inch high bars.

    https://youtu.be/fuKstLTFsFQ

    • Coach Leslie says:

      For the jump analysis film Freck jumping over one jump at 16” and 20”. That jump should be in the middle of the frame exactly perpendicular to the camera. Make sure you have plenty of room to see both the approach and landing on film.
      FreckJumping2: https://link.getonform.com/view?id=vUFNzAooLfmP6kXEzjEC

      • jillcohn@hotmail.com says:

        A new jump test. The first two jumps are at 16″. The second two jumps are at 20″. Freck has not jumped at 20″ for about 4 months so it was interesting to see how he struggles at 20″. His send distance from the jump is about 8 feet.

        https://youtu.be/FDcYzHukBww

        • Coach Leslie says:

          Definitely need to work on take off understanding.
          Work on Sit Jumps, Jump Offering, and Baseline Grid to start.
          FreckJumpAnalysis: https://link.getonform.com/view?id=IgwzSZPTI82mI44rJctx

          • jillcohn@hotmail.com says:

            Thank you for the analysis. Seeing a visual of the take of and landing is interesting. We started this morning working on sit jumps, stand-down-sit, and some posture and balance. I will alternate between jump offering and sit jumps on the strength conditioning work out days. Hoping to see progress. Also, Freck is a really sensitive dog so add that into the mix of early take-off and jumping so high. I think he goes out of his way to not hit the bar because when he does, he sees it as a tragedy. A big emotional event for him.

          • Coach Leslie says:

            I think a lot of dogs are more sensitive to hitting the bar than we think. Post your progress. It can often take a bit of modification to nail down exactly what they need on the jumping exercises.

  • tgarton@ix.netcom.com says:

    This is PJ’s jump analysis. He is 9 months old. https://youtu.be/jKoEK-EQGPA

  • tgarton@ix.netcom.com says:

    This is Seven’s jump analysis. She just turned 5, and enjoys jumping. https://youtu.be/QAqYLRrcLqk

  • tgarton@ix.netcom.com says:

    This is Marco’s jump analysis. He is (almost) 5.5 years. He is not very confident about jumping. https://youtu.be/ovbI-__1-8w

    • Coach Leslie says:

      This is a really interesting jump analysis to me.
      I’m excited to see how he progresses.
      Marcojumpanalysis: https://link.getonform.com/view?id=vUfoczCP9hWvv3EdBnec

      • tgarton@ix.netcom.com says:

        Interesting. He DEFINITELY finds knocking a bar, or really doing ANYTHING “wrong” aversive. However, no, he has not been jumping higher. He has been jumping 12, and occasionally 16, or doing hoops. I’ve been doing some of the jump offerings. He can definitely do the 24, but just tonight he was fearful of it despite a couple of successes, and slithered under the bars (the lower one was 12 !!! it was quite a trick) or would go around. He seems to have some fear of jumping. I had him entered at 20 at a NADAC trial, he refused to do any of the jumps. ????? I finally got him to do one with a lot of coaxing, celebrated and left the ring. Maybe the grids, and a lot of work on rear strength will help.

        • Coach Leslie says:

          He finds 12 and 16 okay because he can jump well over them where the 20 and 24 inch jumps require a lot more effort to clear them by the amount he wants – about 4 inches. Building rear end strength would be my number 1 goal.

  • VickiT says:

    Hi, Dr. Leslie. I am really late to the party here b/c Winslow has been recovering from a TPLO. He is back to normal activity (training and competing), but I really feel like his jumping still needs some work. Comments, please.

    https://youtu.be/oEunAsIz7Q4

    • Coach Leslie says:

      I think building rear leg strength will be key.
      WinslowJumpAnalysis12922: https://link.getonform.com/view?id=6cqpcgdl2U5ipMaXOsbJ

      • VickiT says:

        Thank you! I don’t know how it took me so long to realize you had responded. Your thought is the same as mine, that he still needs to build rear leg strength, especially on the surgery leg. One question. I’m also working with him in obedience and he is ticking the high jump. I can put the high jump in the middle of a grid with bar jumps on either side and the high jump is the only one he ticks. I am wondering if it’s a little bit of a confidence issue. Any thoughts on that?

  • Jenn says:

    A little late to the show, but better late than never. Neo’s jump analysis. He’s a 2.5 yo Dutchie who will start trialing in January. He’s been jumping for about 9 months, we initially really struggled with his arousal levels and dropping bars. Since starting the CF program and working on managing his arousal, he has been dropping much fewer bars. When he does drop bars, he is usually hanging his back legs (I tried too catch it on video, but was unsuccessful).

    In the video, jumps 2 and 3 look like a slightly early take off. In jumps 4 and 5 looks like possible hyper extension of his spine?

    https://youtu.be/m-8r3iOsZV4

  • debkearney2001@yahoo.com says:

    Here is Hudson’s jump analysis. He seems to have more distance after the jump. We just got up to jumping full height at 24” (not trailing yet). I look forward to hearing your thoughts.
    https://youtu.be/tpTIp5v1Pc4


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