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What is it?

Do you lack the motivation to exercise and have a dog or like being around dogs?

Are you looking for a new activity to do with your dog?

Poil et Haltères offers a unique, motivating and fun group training program that allows you and your dog to benefit from the many advantages of moving in nature.
The work outs are one hour long and allow you to improve your endurance, strength and muscle tone, as well as improve your cardiovascular capacity. Pssst ! The same goes for your dog 😉 Your dog will follow you in your cardiovascular activities and will practice his basic obedience (and a few other tricks) during your strength training exercises! You will use your body weight as resistance and sometimes accessories! Poils et Haltères adapts its sessions to all fitness levels, from low impact to high intensity. Nancy creates sessions based on the participants registered for the session.

Improve your overall fitness and well-being for you, and your dog. Get fit, save time, have fun!!

Nancy Bonnieul

Nancy has worked in the veterinary field for more than 10 years, has followed several training courses and participated in various conferences on canine behavior. She has taught dog obedience classes in a veterinary clinic and is even certified as a weight loss coach for cats and dogs!

Nancy was not always passionate about physical training, but about animals YES ;)

She started training to be physically stronger, in order to facilitate her tasks as a veterinary technician. In addition, she was forced to start jogging to help her first dog, adopted as an adult, who was suffering from severe anxiety. We can therefore say that her road to fitness, and the development of this new passion, is thanks to dogs!

She combines her two passions to offer you a motivating and fun physical training service; Poils et Haltères

Certification:

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Certified veterinary technician (2007)

Health and Fitness Promotion Program graduate (2016)

Certifed level 1 DTS Fitness Education (2018)

Certified DTS Fitness Education hypertrophy coach (2018)

Certifed DTS Fitness Education Lean Body coach (2019)

IDFA 106 Fitness Competition: 'Novice Fitness Model' 1st place

 

Foire aux questions

Quel est l'équipement requis pour participer à une séance?


- Laisse qui s'attache Ă  la taille (Il est fortement recommandĂ© une ceinture de type canicross)Il y a possibilitĂ© d'en emprunter une, simplement aviser Nancy lors de la rĂ©servation. - Harnais pour ton chien (Harnais rĂ©gulier est suffisant, les harnais de canicross de type ''X'' back ne sont pas l'idĂ©al pour ce type d'activitĂ©) - Eau pour toi et ton chien que tu pourras transporter au besoin - GĂąteries prĂ©fĂ©rĂ©s de ton chien - VĂȘtements et souliers de sports




Quels vaccins sont obligatoires ?


Les vaccins suivants sont oblitatoires pour les sĂ©ances. Une preuve de vaccination devra ĂȘtre fournis pour toute inscriptions. - Distemper canin, HĂ©patite infectieuse canine, Parvovirus, Parafinfluenza (DHPP - le vaccin "de base") - Rage - Bordetella (le vaccin contre la toux de chenil) Il est recommandĂ© d'avoir une protection contre les puces et tiques mais cela n'est pas oblitagoire :)




Quel est l'Ăąge minimum pour un chiot de commencer les entraĂźnements ?


Un vétérinaire a approuvé le début de ce type d'activité dÚs l'ùge de 7 mois. Les séances sont adaptés selon les participants inscrits. Il n'y a pas de course sur une longue distance, aucune traction est exigés. Cette activité est sécuritaire et vraiment bien pour la socialisation d'un chiot, de plus, le chiot travaillera son auto-contrÎle et les séances permetteront de renforcir les notions d'obéissance en présence de distractions.