Dave Munnings and Backside Jump Handling

While there may be some debate over the verbiage of the “Backside of Jump” handling, there is no debate on it’s value.

Being able to KNOW your dog will commit to performing a jump from the opposite plan gives the handler an advantage.

Because this move is found on harder courses, you can safely say that the dogs are faster and any advantage is useful.

While this isn’t a detailed training video it does indeed give you a good idea for challenging you and your dog.

It also shows you what it should look like when you and your dog are on the right track to mastering the technique.

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