krazybronco2 wrote:may i ask why you are doing double t before single t?
Phild wrote:krazybronco2 wrote:may i ask why you are doing double t before single t?
Lardy makes it a progression, lining back pile, force to back pile, sit to pile, come in from pile, over work, mini T, full T, then double T. There may be a step or two in there I missed but I am at the stage now where we are working on the 125 yard back pile and the furthest set of overs he calls it full T I think. But the entire progression results in Double T. Clear as mud LOL.
That's a great training tip. It helps a lot with some dogs that are trying a little too hard.CatSquirrel wrote:...Also, at first I generally use white bumpers for my back pile with orange for the over piles....