International Training Week is great training for advanced agility teams!

OneMind Dogs Team
November 25, 2019

With over 140 episodes about dog agility, there is so much to learn! Have you checked out our International Training Week video series?

Preview of the most recent International Training Week episode: Understanding Tunnel Brakes.

OneMind Dogs has published over 140 online seminar episodes covering a wide variety of topics, allowing you to explore the OneMind Dogs method in many different contexts. Our International Training Week series gives you a ringside seat with leading OneMind Dogs coaches, and you can watch anywhere at any time!

Learn at your own pace!

Search for specific dog agility topics, or watch them all! Go in order, or pick the topics that interest you most. It’s up to you! Where do you view our International Training Week videos? At the gym? On the train? They’re great entertainment and teach you a lot about dog’s point of view and agility.

The International Training Week Series covers a variety of topics, so you can focus on what you want, or follow along with each new lesson. Use the site search to find what you are looking for by searching for the topic plus “international training week.” Did you know you can also bookmark your favorites?

Customize Your Learning

Some of our episodes stand-alone and some can even be viewed as mini-units. For example, one of our most recent episodes covers different lines for one sequence. Then, the next two episodes go into more detail about handling options for those lines. Learn about the various lines and how to handle them all in three easy to watch videos:

The International Training Week series is designed to be bite-sized learning that you can follow in your time and at your pace. Watch one at a time, or binge-watch them all while curled up on the couch with your best friend!

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