Administrator & Alpha Bitch of the Wild Bunch
Join Date: Dec 2001
Location: Michigan, USA
The names of the exercises pretty much remain the same, but what each entails changes from one level to the next in some exercises, and not in others. If you read the rules for each individual exercise, you will see that while some have no difference from one level to the next (such as the heeling pattern and sit in motion) others do. For example, the stand in motion in the 2 is at a walk, but in the 3 is at a run. Same for the down in motion. It is walking in the 1 and 2, but running in the 3. Retrieves stay the same in essence, but the dumbbell used for the flat retrieve gets larger and heavier as levels progress. Long down at the 3 has the handler out of sight, whereas the handler is within sight in the 1 and 2.
And then of course there are significant differences in the tracks and protection routines as well.
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