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Do you want to run an agility course tirelessly?

Do you want to run an agility course tirelessly?

Do you get a lactic acid build-up in your legs in the middle of an agility training course?   You would like to run non-stop for several minutes with high intensity and quality? However, one time after another you get tired too early? Because of this: Your dog...

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Maria Hirvonen and Miux are back on track!

Maria Hirvonen and Miux are back on track!

Maria Hirvonen does agility with her 4-year-old Pyrenean Shepherd Miux. They have represented Finland in the WAO team in 2018, and placed 4th in Gamblers! This amazing team has also won silver in Snooker and bronze in Games in the Games Finnish Championship.  ...

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First ever Swedish Open 2019!

First ever Swedish Open 2019!

Photo: Kickan Nikolic The first ever Swedish Open will be held next weekend (March 29 - 31) in Vårgårda, Sweden. It’s going to be a big 3-day agility event, in which competitors of all classes get to compete! The agility competition, an idea of the Swedish power...

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Ingerid Klaveness – Preparing for WAO 2019

Meet Ingerid Klaveness of One To Watch Agility in Norway. Agility has been her passion for the last ten years and in May she’ll be participating in WAO with her border collie Smiley! Smiley just turned three years old, just started competing in the highest class and...

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Suvi really improved her results in 8 weeks!

Suvi Hakala really improved her results in 8 weeks! Suvi is a part of a select coaching team of Villähteen Agility-Urheilijat for which I have had the pleasure to function as a fitness coach. Suvi’s results and story of how she reached these results: “Starting to...

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Ina Himle – aiming for ALL IN!

Photo: Miriam Pedersen Photography  Ina Himle has been doing agility since she was 6 years old. She started agility training with her mum’s border collie mix. She now has two dogs at home, Wii and Chi, with which she does agility. What are your greatest achievements...

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Anki Molander – Getting fit with my dogs

Picture published with permission, Jukka Pätynen, Koirakuvat.fi Amazing Anki Molander has been doing agility training since the´90s. For the last four years she has been part of the Finnish National Agility Team with her talented poodle InWhite Love Twister "Wii"...

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Have you joined our Speed Up Agility Facebook group?

We are celebrating the opening of Speed Up Agility all of January 2019! We have also created a Speed Up Agility Facebook group for all you agility handlers who are interested in handlers’ overall training and preparation. Agility is teamwork and, thus, investing in...

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Agility handlers training components

You are the force that drives you and your dog forward; from foundations to agility skill development, refining cooperation and gaining experience. The status of agility as a sport has grown a lot during the past few years. Course profiles are fast and they require...

read more

Do you want to run an agility course tirelessly?

Do you get a lactic acid build-up in your legs in the middle of an agility training course?   You would like to run non-stop for several minutes with high intensity and quality? However, one time after another you get tired too early? Because of this: Your dog...

read more

Maria Hirvonen and Miux are back on track!

Maria Hirvonen does agility with her 4-year-old Pyrenean Shepherd Miux. They have represented Finland in the WAO team in 2018, and placed 4th in Gamblers! This amazing team has also won silver in Snooker and bronze in Games in the Games Finnish Championship.  ...

read more

First ever Swedish Open 2019!

Photo: Kickan Nikolic The first ever Swedish Open will be held next weekend (March 29 - 31) in Vårgårda, Sweden. It’s going to be a big 3-day agility event, in which competitors of all classes get to compete! The agility competition, an idea of the Swedish power...

read more

Ingerid Klaveness – Preparing for WAO 2019

Meet Ingerid Klaveness of One To Watch Agility in Norway. Agility has been her passion for the last ten years and in May she’ll be participating in WAO with her border collie Smiley! Smiley just turned three years old, just started competing in the highest class and...

read more

Suvi really improved her results in 8 weeks!

Suvi Hakala really improved her results in 8 weeks! Suvi is a part of a select coaching team of Villähteen Agility-Urheilijat for which I have had the pleasure to function as a fitness coach. Suvi’s results and story of how she reached these results: “Starting to...

read more

Ina Himle – aiming for ALL IN!

Photo: Miriam Pedersen Photography  Ina Himle has been doing agility since she was 6 years old. She started agility training with her mum’s border collie mix. She now has two dogs at home, Wii and Chi, with which she does agility. What are your greatest achievements...

read more

Anki Molander – Getting fit with my dogs

Picture published with permission, Jukka Pätynen, Koirakuvat.fi Amazing Anki Molander has been doing agility training since the´90s. For the last four years she has been part of the Finnish National Agility Team with her talented poodle InWhite Love Twister "Wii"...

read more

Have you joined our Speed Up Agility Facebook group?

We are celebrating the opening of Speed Up Agility all of January 2019! We have also created a Speed Up Agility Facebook group for all you agility handlers who are interested in handlers’ overall training and preparation. Agility is teamwork and, thus, investing in...

read more

Agility handlers training components

You are the force that drives you and your dog forward; from foundations to agility skill development, refining cooperation and gaining experience. The status of agility as a sport has grown a lot during the past few years. Course profiles are fast and they require...

read more

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