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  • Talk too. much on all your video, make it concise and to the point. Youre getting boring on long videos youre making

  • Thanks Jeff for all your efforts and sharing your knowledge with the community for free. Really appreciate that. Thanks to your videos, I am raising a puppy that is so different to other puppies in the same age group. I could see people are being dragged on footpaths with big adult dogs whilst I'm walking with a four months old puppy next to my leg heeling. I'm not sure what joy is in being dragged and bullied by a dog that people enjoy! I'd rather not have a dog, but never go through that pain again. Cheers man.

  • I pulled I think it was 250 lbs on the row machine for over an hour while pregnant ( please don’t do this I didn’t know I was pregnant) . So reconsider what you think is impossible people…I was a small gal also…not a body builder. 🙂👌🙏👏

  • Life Goals

    Love this vid…

    I actually need a new purse and some other things considering just going for the treadmill first…can’t wait till my girl is legal ( a year old for real training).

    I hope by 1 and a half years old she can do 5 consecutive hours ( don’t flip out on me people) I’m not gonna kill my dog 😂

    I should add I’ve done much harder things and was once in extreme shape myself so I know a lot is possible. I do actually have every intention of building an athlete and I might actually lead by example…Time will tell.

    Hoping weights in a backpack will eventually build her tone while on the mill when she is legal ( old enough). No one need worry, I’m pretty good at conditioning intuitively but do not claim to be a pro although it was suggested I teach once.

    So I’m hoping she can pull 5 hours at a moderate speed with 10 to 20 pounds of weight. This might be possible.

    For people who think it’s too extreme and are not familiar with body conditioning, a properly conditioned body will desperately desire to burn that energy. You won’t need to force the canine ( or person) to perform. That canine ( or person) will have difficulties if they are not able to perform. Most people don’t need and should not have this goal but this is something I got her for. Don’t confuse people attempting to condition by applying physical challenge and exertion without preparation and training with what I’d like to do. When someone does that they are not conditioning properly they are just over exerting their human or canine which can be very dangerous. It’s akin to expecting the average joe to perform like a marine without any training.

    I’m very excited, I pray to GOD she loves our treadmill we will be getting.

    If you choose to do the same, beware of building an athlete without thoughtfulness. For the rest of her life I’ll be putting her backpack on her ( future backpack) and setting her on our ( future) treadmill or otherwise burning that energy. The only way to stop that is to unbuild the athlete which you’d do by slowly decreasing challenge, increasing calories for a bit more weight and taking apart what you created but I don’t suggest it as it’s going backwards. For most people a moderate mill walk is best if you are not a hardcore enthusiast like me 😂🙂❤️🙏🏃‍♀️