Dog Agility Obstacles Task Card Pack
Agility obstacle performance is probably the biggest thing all of us agility handlers obsess about! We've all invested loads of time on weave pole entries, two on/two off contacts, so forth and so on. The obstacle tasks will help handlers stay balanced in their obstacle obsessions and make sure that they don't develop tunnel vision.
Tunnel discrimination, table, and weave entries are a sample of what the obstacle tasks have. There are 12 different obstacle tasks.(4 cards of each task) and 4 Play! cards that make up the foundation task pack. There are 53 cards in total:
- Header Card
- A-frame Cards
- Broad Jump Cards
- Contact Equipment Cards
- Dog Walk Cards
- Double/Triple Jump Cards
- Table Cards
- Teeter Cards
- Tire Jump Cards
- Tunnel Discrimination Cards
- Tunnels Cards
- Weave Poles Cards
- Weave Pole Entries Cards
- Play!! Cards
** please note, there are no exercise descriptions on the back of task pack cards ** For more information on why, please visit this Tasks FAQ.
Train 'Em Task cards are printed on recycled, 24 lb. white paper and laminated with 3mm sheets. They are the same size as a traditional business card (3.375" long and 2.1875" long) Train 'Em Task cards are packed in ivory colored, sheer organza drawstring bag.
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How to use the Train 'Em Tasks system:
The task cards are to be used with the Train 'Em Tasks linen grab bags. To make your daily training game plan, pull a couple of task cards from your grab bag and train those exercises. For obedience I might pull 3 - 5 cards and work each exercise for 5 - 10 minutes depending on the task. For agility, I will pull two task cards and pick drills, sequences, or a course that will work those tasks. After you have completed your tasks, you can put them back into your bag or set them side until your bag is empty. That way, you can make sure you and your dog work all of your tasks (I personally have a separate bag for spent tasks.)