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KEEPS

 

Keeps de entrenamiento, esta recopilacion esta en ingles. Puede traducirlo con el traductor -online

Barney Fife's Keep-
Agree on a date with your opponent that gives you eight weeks to condition your dog. Set a specific time of the day for the match. This should be the same time of day that you will be able to work your dog. If you rise early and will work your dog at six a.m. Then set the match time for 6.a.m. Dogs are creatures of habit and do well on a predictable schedule.

A Good Keep- Training or condition a Pit Bull dog for show or for combat is an individual effort. Your success will depend upon the amount of time and effort you are willing to spend on your dog. This keep is based upon the idea that anyone can bring a dog up to, say, 50% of his potential for strength and endurance. A top amateur can train a dog to 75%, while a top professional can consistently show dogs at around 90% - or more of their potential. This method will take you step-by-step through a complete training cycle for a combat dog.

Finkle Winkle's Keep- During the yrs involved in this great breed I worked many times a dog to his true weight and best shape possible, and I made many mistakes as well, but I guess, with the mistakes in mind, the keep which I'll share with you'll, is a proven one, Iin the best sense of the word, since this simple keep delivered me, many a winner, who's not seldom, winning over the other entry due to their better shape.

Don Mayfield's Jenny Keep- When I first got into the dog game and worked my first dog I worked him with roadwork and walk. I showed up with a top conditioned dog and won in 1 hour, and 10 minutes. The next dog I worked was with a treadmill plus roadwork and walk. She too, was in good shape and won in 1hour and 15minutes, if I remember correctly. I lost with one the same day but it was not because of my conditioning.

Millmaker's Maximum Stress Keep- The biggest secret to success is that there is no secret to success. Relentless hard work and unwavering dedication to the task are the simple cornerstones of most every business success story. Don't look for the easy way to success, instead be willing to do what it takes even when it's hard. Conditioning a dog in preparation for the contest is not hard. Why make it hard work?

Powerhouse Roadwork Keep- I'm just going to go over our basic roadwork keep. Just the exercise regime, you can figure out what you want to feed and which supplies you're gonna use on your own! You don't need a bike, flirtpole, springpole, etc...only equipment that is ESSENTIAL is: a good harness, a 10ft, and a 50+ft lead, weight pull harness, some chains, and a good set of legs.

 
 

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