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HOW STRUCTURE AFFECTS MOVEMENT

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Well angled live dog in action

Correct reach and drive
  • You can see how this dog reaches out well in front and has powerful rear drive.
  • Note how the left front foot has left the ground allowing for the back left foot to take its place
  • Note the rear extension of the back rear leg and foot creating thrust or drive
  • You can see the kinetic balance even in the side view (feet coming in to centre of gravity)
  • Notice how the topline remains level and the head is forward for balance


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