My musings, thoughts and investigations, what works, what informs and what goes wrong!
Let's face it ladies, this part of our body can have more enthusiasm in movement than other parts do depending on size. They also attract a lot of attention, positive or negative, but they may well be affecting how you communicate with your dog. Not to leave the gentlemen out because you could need support for your reproductive organs (I will do a post about that later).
Boobs love to move, in all planes of movement, your body and your boobs are governed by Newtons second law of physics F = ma
"When a net force sigmaF acts on an object of mass m, the acceleration of that mass can be calculated by sigmaF = ma.”
In short a pair of boobs dependent on size can seriously shift without the support. The breast is not a muscle.They are our fleshy assets with a distinct function, and depending on how 'blessed' you are in the breast department they can certainly move about alot when you are in motion. Research says up to 15cm...
Well I've finally caved in to the growing pressure to put my programme online. For those of you that know, this is a huge step. I have no idea how this is going to grow and develop, but it is happening and I'm scared, which is strangely exciting. I've spent years, 6 to be exact, trying to put the message out there that agility is a two way street, a partnership of dog and handler. Any dog sport is, and it is my hope, overtime, I can help the human part in all dog sport disciplines.
Nearly 12 years ago I came across an advert in the vets for a dog agility class, my husband and I rocked up with Max (our collie x staffie x I have no idea) who is now nearly 17 years old, and from that moment I was hooked, we both were. Only one problem, 1 dog and 2 handlers, so I let my husband train Max and I watched every week, quietly searching for a Border Collie, until one day along came Chace (Brueway Chasing Dreams).
We were warned that one day we would need a van, and we steadily went from 2...