Views:6980|Rating:4.99|View Time:8:38Minutes|Likes:348|Dislikes:1 This Down in motion is sometimes called the MOTION DOWN and is part of the “motion” exercises – including Sit in MOTION – STAND in Motion and DOWN in Motion. It is primarily used in competitive dog sports, but its a fun thing to teach your dog.
I think teaching your dog all the time and introducing new things to your dog is the best way to keep your dog engaged to you and sharp on learning new things. SO… just for fun, here’s the DOWN in MOTION.
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Views:2735|Rating:5.00|View Time:1:55Minutes|Likes:19|Dislikes:0 Lined up one by one behind a glass door, tiny black fuzzy heads peer out at a forbidden Nirvana. They stare at a privilege only the older and wiser among them get to experience.
Just out of reach is a sea of sweet, spongy goodness: fresh, unclawed yoga mats.
Typically, the Good Mews cat shelter in Marietta, an Atlanta suburb, with its bright walls and white volunteer-scrubbed floors, is home to 100 or so cats who lounge and chase and bat at the odd toy, all while they wait for humans to come find them and give them a forever home.
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Views:124|Rating:5.00|View Time:14:56Minutes|Likes:34|Dislikes:0 On Gotta Love Carpet Pythons, noticing my Jungle Carpet python Jesse is getting a bit of scale spread, l not only see this as more time between his feeds but that he needs to get out and do abit more exercise as well. Yes as your snakes become bigger they slow down some but that is no excuse to not get them out and let them get some exercise. Jesse has never been overly keen to come out but l feel it is important for them to keep trim and develop good strong muscles as well.
Getting exercise has lots of benefits which l explain in this video.
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These exercises will strengthen your seat in the saddle and make you more flexible and confident as you ride! I brought down the intensity level as my kiddos were just getting over the flu. For a more intense workout, follow this routine after stretching:
Jumping Jacks – 2 sets of 60 reps
The Bridge – 2 sets of 40 reps
Cat and Cow – 2 sets of 20 reps
Squats – 2 sets of 40 reps
Credit goes to the Equisense App and greenhawkinc (not sponsored) for inspiring our routine!
PLEASE consult a doctor before starting ANY fitness regimen.
Views:3610|Rating:4.55|View Time:26:46Minutes|Likes:61|Dislikes:6 PLEASE BE VERY CAREFUL AND LOOK FOR A CERTIFIED/ EXPERIENCED PERSON TO SHOW YOU HOW TO WRAP SAFELY!
Hey guys! By request, here’s a How-To video on wrapping horse’s legs with emphasis on the ‘Pony Club way’ ( USPC). Iv’e received extensive trading through the USPC and have been certified through the HB / B traditional level. Here is how I do my stable wraps, combo wraps, and exercise wraps. I also know how to do hoof wraps, tail wraps, shipping wraps, vet wraps, figure eight wraps, spider bandages and so on. If you’d like to see any of those, let me know in the comments down below. The methods show in the video are my own preferred way of wrapping, of course everyone has their own way of doing things. My way is by no means the only way lol. I did not show how to wrap a normal polo wrap because I don’t own any. Polo wraps to me are just for looks. If I want protection from brushing, I’d rather use a boot. If I want compression, I’d rather use a bandage liner underneath an elastic wrap.
SmartPak no bow wraps:
Wilkers flannel quilts: (these are slightly different than the ones I have)
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Eskadron Climatex bandage liners:
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So I’m going to demonstrate how to do a bird dog for you. So you’re going to start out in a quadruped position, which is basically what you see here. Your hands are under your shoulders and your knees are under your hips. So you’re going to take one leg out high behind you.
You’re going to point your toe. You’re going to reach your opposite arm out in front of you, and you’re going to reach. You have a couple options here. You could stay here if this is challenging enough. If you want more of a challenge, you’re going to take your elbow into your knee and extend it long.
Extend it long. So I like to go about 5 to 15 reps on each side. So you’re going to take your opposite leg and extend it high behind you, point your toe, reach out forward with your opposite arm, and take it in toward your belly button and extend. It’s a great exercise for your abs and also a great tool to use as a warm up. And that’s how you do a bird dog.
Views:93242|Rating:4.39|View Time:33Minutes|Likes:101|Dislikes:14 Today’s exercise is called the Bird Dog. This exercise is a classic core exercise that emphasizes lower back strength and balance. The benefits gained with this exercise is increased core strength in both abs and lower back and improves stability. It can be made more challenging with different variations and it’s easy to do. Ask our trainers at the LiveWell Fitness Center for more tips with this exercise.
Views:203391|Rating:4.70|View Time:2:55Minutes|Likes:539|Dislikes:34 – The Bird Dog Exercise is a core exercise that can be part of your normal exercise routine whether you are a beginner, or more advanced. Can you do all 4 variations?
Hi, if you are new to
BuiltLean, I’m Mark Perry the creator
of BuiltLean and today I’m gonna show you
how to do a bird dog.
And I’m not only gonna show you how to do
a basic bird dog, I’m gonna show you
some other variations which become more advanced.
So wether you are a beginner, or a little bit more
advanced, you can get a lot of watching this video.
And, the bird dog is a classic core exercise
that not only improves your abs and lower back strength,
but also improves your stabilization.
I really think even if you are a beginner or advanced,
you should incorporate it into your program.
And so, let me start out by showing you
bird dog exercise, so how it works, is you
are gonna start out,
with your hands right below the plane
of your shoulders.
And you are gonna put your knees right below your hips
so you are essentially forming a box with 90º angles.
And so, you’re gonna start out by putting
your right hand
and your left leg out, and you are
simultaneously. You’re gonna repeat
between one side and another. A couple of things
to really keep in mind,
you don’t want to put your hand too far
down or up as you are doing this exercise
you also don’t want to wobble from
side to side
which is what requires that core stabilization.
Those are just a couple tips, okay so
we’ve talked a little bit about the basic
bird dog exercise, but there are also some
other variations you can try.
And so, one variation is, you’re going to
take your elbow, you are gonna crunch
and touch your opposite knee.
And you’re gonna do this on the same side
for as many as 10 wraps
and then switch to the other side.
You can even do a more advanced variation
which is you’re actually gonna touch
your knee to your nose.
This certainly isn’t easy, and so, you can give
it a try and see how it goes.
Another bird dog exercise variation is
using a stability ball.
And this of course makes it harder, because
instead of being planted on the ground you
are now on a stability ball
Couple of things to keep in mind, keep your
hips on top of the ball.
As opposed to your stomach. A final variation
which is the hardest,
is doing a bird dog, essentially without your knees.
And so you are gonna be in a push up position
and you’re gonna do, put your right arm,
and extend your right arm
and your left leg, and repeat with the other side,
trying to make sure that you don’t fall
to one side or the other
by keeping as straight as possible.
So that’s really it, those are some variations of
of the bird dog, again I think it’s a classic
exercise and if you are a beginner you should
really make a staple in your exercise program.
If you are more advanced, you should certainly
do it here and there.
If you have any questions for me please let
me know as always I have more information
about it at BuiltLean.com on this exact video
and on the blog,
so thank you very much for watching, and I’ll
see you next week.