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Muscle training

Discussion in 'Training & Behavior' started by Veles, Mar 17, 2020.

  1. Veles

    Veles Puppy

    What would be the best regime for muscle training in a gripper dog? And when to start? I always assumed that the combination of weight pulling, weighted vest running, tire hanging, spring pole and running would prove the best all-around. But my knowledge on the subject is not all that scientific.
  2. Vicki

    Vicki Administrator Administrator

    It really just depends on the dog and finding the exercises they like to do.
    I have a slatmill that turns hard which really builds some nice muscle, but not all of my dogs are fans of that mill. Spring pole, flirt pole and weight collars are what I use, not a fan of the weighted vest.
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  3. Veles

    Veles Puppy

    what about tire hanging and weight pull?

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