Chance is actually in the sit position when I do this! I live alone so a video would be nearly impossible, the minute I bring out the camera all bets are off and I need both hands free to get him to pay attention to one hand with the treat and the other using my wait command, but have friends coming for dinner tomorrow and if he is not too excited by company, will try. Have a hard time downloading videos. Have not figured out how to adjust my camera so it is not at the highest definition and then even a ten second video takes forever. Will work on it. If I can't do the video will see if they can get a picture of him with the treat on his nose.
I started this by expanding on the fact that I have him sit and wait in front of a full food dish until I say ok and point to his food and got him used to that concept first. Then I started putting him in a sit and making him wait and repeating "wait" over and over again, while getting closer and closer to his face before he could have the treat. Then started keeping it above his nose and trying to get closer and closer. Like I said, it took ALOT of patience and doing it over and over til I was actually able to set it on his nose between his eyes.
I taught Shane to play dead by putting him in the down position, then using my hand to direct him on his side and then gently putting his head all the way down with a treat. once he was on his side, kept repeating "play dead" and then the treat when he head was all the way down on the side. Took him about a week of working on it every night, then eventually all I had to do was say play dead and he would lay on his side and lay his down. Way too cute.