LIVE LAB Course Location: DogFit Korea
($100 price increase as of January 1, 2024, new total: $2,026.00 US funds)
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Certified Canine Strength and Conditioning Coach Program
We provide the participant with hands-on experience. Participants will be guided through a standardized canine posture assessment, exercise form, and program design with live dogs. In addition hands-on experiences for selected equipment used in canine fitness and conditioning are incorporated including balance, strength, cardio, flexibility, and mental foundation elements. This course also provides the participant with the basic fitness assessment skills necessary to create an exercise program for dogs. Topics covered include basic exercise physiology, dog training, gait training, strengthening exercises, balance and proprioceptive exercises, and exercises for wellness/prevention.
During the Certified Canine Strength and Condition Coach hands-on lab each student will demonstrate that they understand concepts learned in the online portion of the course. Students will also demonstrate exercises with their dog or a dog that is provided and will participate in a mock class to practice the concepts learned in the online environment. Preparing for and teaching in person and online private lessons will be demonstrated.
Two (2) weeks after the lab:
The instructors will provide a coaching call to answer questions to help you successfully complete the two case studies (three case studies for virtual attendees).
- Students may bring their own dog (MUST be approved by the instructor prior to your lab date due to space restrictions – dogs must get along with other dogs and be able to be quiet in a crate – PLEASE notate your interest to bring your own dog in the notes section when you register so we can connect you for approval prior to the lab)
- Dogs will be provided so that students can work with an unfamiliar dog
- Demonstrate and or practice the following:
- Understanding of correct exercise form
- Ability to train desired exercises and movements
- Foundation exercises
- Understanding of evaluating posture
- Understanding of how to choose correct exercises for the dog
- Knowledge of reps, sets, and exercise variables
- Teach Mock group classes and/or private lessons (even online students can do this) students to give instructions on how to teach the exercise, what to look for to achieve correct form etc.
Meeting Dates (Korea):
February 16-18, 2024
8:00am - 4:00pm each day Korean time
Hours: 27 Hours
If you bring dogs larger than 10kg, you need to bring crates with you.
If you bring a small dog, facility has crates available
You will not need documentation, but will be responsible for anything/everything the dog does.
You will be required to sign a liability release form at the beginning of the session.
Below is Susanna Choi Kakao account info, in case you have any additional questions related to logistics.
PLEASE NOTE: There is an additional fee of 1,000,000 won for all the translation, venue and facilitation provided by DogFit and it will be paid directly to DogFit. You will get access to all online lab and live lab translated + assistance handing in case studies in English
Start date: February 16, 2024
End date: February 18, 2024
Start time: 08:00 a.m.
End time: 04:00 p.m.
Venue: DogFit Korea
Address: N234, 26, Gangnam-daero 140-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul (서울 강남구 강남대로140길 26 N234)
The CSCC lab will consist of hands-on work with dogs, instructor demonstrations, and testing students on concepts learned throughout the online modules and lab.
- exercises to improve posture
- matching exercises to muscle actions
- matching exercise to movements and behaviors
- review of posture evaluation and optional hands-on evaluation
- how to match what the dog knows to program design
- training skills to improve communication between handler and dog
- equipment choices – when, why and how to change equipment
- student teaching
- program design practice
- prepare for and watch instructors complete a private lesson in person and one online via zoom.
- participate in mock fitness class
- business development
- case study requirements
Lab Course Schedule/Topics
Canine Exercise Anatomy (ASSESSMENT)
– Fitness Assessments - History, Posture Evaluation, Observations
– Gait Evaluations
– Range of Motion
Correct Canine Fitness Exercise Form (TECHNIQUE)
– Proper Technique, Position & Creative Encouragement
– Correlation of Form & Function
– When & Why to Refer to Professionals
Canine Behavior Techniques for Exercise (BEHAVIOR)
– Positive Training techniques to “Get the dog to do it”
– Marker cues, It’s Yer Choice (IYC), Pattern Training
– Client & Canine Interactions
Develop Specific Canine Exercise Programs (PROGRAM DESIGN)
– Design Exercise Plans Based on What the Dog Can Do
– Through Training, Increasing Strength and Proprioception, Progress the Program
– Target Specific Body Areas, Muscle Groups & Injury Prevention
– Exercise Progressions & Variables
Canine Equipment Guidelines (EQUIPMENT)
– Proper Use & Safety
– Equipment Use & Choice
– Wide Variety of Platforms
– Household Items
Canine Fitness Business Development (BUSINESS)
– How to Teach In-person and Online Lessons
– Best Practices for Canine Fitness Classes
CSCC Program Prerequisites and Intended Audience
Intended Audience: We have students from a variety of backgrounds in canine fitness, exercise, dog training and other related fields that enroll in our program.
Student backgrounds include (but not limited to):
Certified Dog Trainers
Dock Diving Professionals
Canine Exercise and Fitness Trainers
Field Trial Professionals
Military and Police Background
Search and Rescue Professionals
Veterinarians / Veterinary Technicians
Canine Physiotherapy Professionals
PLEASE NOTE: Online lectures for CSCC I must completed before you attend LABS.
Please be aware that the lab is taught in English. Any interpreters that may be needed is the students responsibility.
CSCC Program Learning Objectives
- An understanding of correct canine exercise form
- The ability to train desired exercises and movements
- Canine fitness foundation exercises
- The understanding of evaluating posture
- How to choose correct exercises for a specific dog
- The knowledge of repetitions, sets, and exercise variables
- Design an exercise program for the individual client
- Be able to teach mock group classes and/or private lesson, and provide instructions on how to teach the exercise, and what to look for to achieve correct form
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