It's finally out! My 5th training DVD, on SPEED this time: Ready-Steady-GO! - or 33 Tips for More Speed! The DVD is 1h45min long and has 5 chapters, addressing Conditioning, Attitude, Games to play, dealing with Stress and making Agility training more about running.
Speed was always our favorite topic and having the fifth dog who is constantly setting best times of all jump heights and holding a record of setting best time on World Championships for 20 times (and even more times on EO) probably means we have something important to tell 🙂
I definitely recommend this DVD to all who feel their dog could still run even faster or deal with motivational or stress issues. You'll also learn a lot on my approach to agility and philosophy behind the training that makes them just as fast as they are - and a lot on conditioning that keeps them that fast that LONG! This DVD will also give you a good look into our everyday life as well as our agility trainings. So no, it's not just for dogs with speed issues! For me, it's actually the most important pre-agility step and we follow the 33 Tips all the time. And oh, it's mostly taken in beautiful Corsica mountains! 🙂
The DVD plays everywhere in the world and can be shipped everywhere - OR, you can decide for the download version, save on shipping and have it on your computer in 1 to 2 hours after ordering.
Option 1: DVD - 48 eur (cca.53usd) + shipping 8 eur (regardless of where we are sending and how many DVDs you're ordering)
Option 2: download - 48 eur (cca.54 usd) - you will get a link to a downloadable copy that takes about 1-2 hours to download, but the quality is somewhat lower as on a DVD. We recommend playing it with VLC or QuickTime player.
I watched your DVD on speed and I have a somewhat silly question 🙂 about favorit happy trick.
Odi’s favorite thing to do when he gets excetied and happy is to grab my arm with both front feet and hold it and bite my sleve and jump up in the air. He’s od course actually sort off humping me 🙂 It’s not very obvious but he does try to get some humping in there while beeing happy. Unfortunatly that’s by far his happiest behaviour.
Do you think it would be wise or even possible to teach it as a grabing trick without the side effect of humping 🙂 Because I really don’t want to promote that. Or does the benefit of this “trick” outweigh the negative of it? And I should look at it as “Whatever works works”
That’s what I get for having only male dogs 🙂
Hm, yes, I think it would be very hard to separate those two… So you probably need to decide if you want to use whatever works, together with humping, in trials, or if you want to find another alternative instead 🙂
I have wanted one of your DVDs for a long time now, and after saving up some money I narrowed my choices down to which one would help us the most right now. I train on my own and we have just made it to the Elite level, so I definitely thought this DVD could help us even more! I just watched your Speed & Conditioning DVD and all I can say is….WOW! I loved every part of it and will definitely be re watching and taking notes as much as possible! I plan to make a video in the future on how much we’ve learned and what we’ve improved on since purchasing your DVD.
I can’t thank you enough Silvia!!
Jesse & Tarra
Great -- very happy to hear that!!! Can’t wait to see the before&after video! 🙂
Hi, I am trying to purchase your Ready Steady GO Dvd but I am not sure how to switch the currency to US dollars. Is this possible to do? Thank you!
Just proceed with the order normally and Paypal will convert your USD to EURO automatically.
Thanks so much! I can’t wait to get it :))
Just got the video and watched it for the first, and very likely not the last time 🙂
i’ve already planned many things, like how to get my dear dog Szeder to run full speed, because she does often, i just didn’t name the behaviour yet.
We are going to have a 18 day break ( gosh, how are spaniels supposed to survive that?!) from agility.
Good thing that we could have a fresh start, and begin using the 33 tips included in this great video, for more speed :3
Thank you very much for sharing this!
Greetings from Hungary! 8)
Great! Have fun!
Just ordered this! Can’t wait! 😀
Loved it! I can’t even tell how many time I’ve watched it, you can’t process all at ones, haha.
After 11 months of working on the exercises shown in the DVD, i can notice some huge changes!
My dog is willing to work now, listening to me and playing with me in scary and interesting environments .
She’s way more fast and confident even in trial situations. Last trial, we ran all clear, setting best times in medium A1 by more than 2 seconds, and moving up to A2.
But my dog is not the only one who changed. I am now not afraid to tell people if i don’t agree. I am not afraid to tell anyone who says i should use a safer but slower choice on a course, that i don’t care, i can and i will use the crazy and impossible method of just Running as fast as i can. I learned to expect nothing from my dog, but expect more from myself, because i know we can do it. I also stopped stressing about the dog and finally moved onto focusing on my performance.
So again, thank you for all the advice in the video. It put our duo in a whole new gear.
Awww, how cool is that! Great job! I’m sure there are many more wins to come!
Bonsoir Silvia , c’est encore moi (le français qui ne parle pas l’Anglais et bien désoler aussi) je voudrais s’avoir exactement combien de DVD vous avez ou fait, ou fait traduire en Français et les quels vous envisager de faire traduire ??? svp Merci.
je suis trop impatient de pouvoir les acquérir .
I have 10 different DVDs and 5 of them are translated to French: https://www.lolabuland.com/training-videos/en-francais/
There are no current plans for new translations.
1. How do I download 3 different titles? For the download option, there is no “add to cart”, just “buy now”. It appears I have to place 3 separate orders.
2. Today is Dec. 6th, if I download 3 titles, can I download the 4th free?
Yes, just buy them separately and then send a mail on which one you want for free and we’ll send that link as well. You can still get it today.
Hi Silvia, I am training a young dog, all of my previous agility dogs were slow as they ran with me and I am overweight, old, unfit and have a slight disability. I cannot run as fast as I would like to support my dogs and I am afraid at my age I am never going to get any faster. Does this DVD focus on just the dog’s speed or does the handler need to be speedy also. Cheers Vicki
This DVD is how to build drive and motivation in a dog and how to encourage speed away and then on agility field. No need for the handler to be speedy! But of course the less you can run with your dog, the more important it is to teach good sends and independence too -- Foundations Fun focuses on that aspect.