A to Z Challenge | Hind Legs

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Today’s A to Z Challenge is the letter “H” and we’re going to post about “Hind Legs” and demonstrate some of the different ways Jack works his hind legs. It’s Wordless Wednesday too, so our post is going to be in photos.

Check our previous posts at SlimDoggy on hind leg strength.

1. Running

2. Rabbit Yoga
slimdoggy explorer
3. Labby Limbo

4. Sit Pretty Strong


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  1. I have the wabbit yoga down but not under a fence, I do it under Pine trees because that is where I find them around my neighborhood 😉
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  2. Love your rabbit yoga move:-)
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  3. Couldn’t find a place to leave a comment on the post I read above, the one with all the dog pictures? Made my back hurt seeing the one trying to get under the fence. Here through a-z

    • Thanks for stopping by. Jack practices that pose all the time so it’s doesn’t bother him too much 😉
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  4. I’m loving #2 Rabbit Yoga. I’m actually taking advantage of the stretch and trying to teach the Boys to “bow” every time they do it. Too early to tell whether or not it’s working 🙂 Beautiful photos this morning Slim…. They’re looking (H)ealthy and (H)ale …..

  5. This is adorable. One thing I like about our property is that there are lots of hills and valleys so it’s a great exercise when we get the dogs running around and exploring. It’s been great for Sydney’s rehab, but we have to make sure she takes it easy.
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  6. rabbit yoga sounds great! do you think it’s good for my hind legs too? they are not bold enough said a judge in the ring :o) Have a super wednesday!
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  7. I love Rabbit Yoga…but I also love a good Rabbit Run! BOL Go Jack, GO! Work those hind legs buddy!
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  8. Rabbit yoga! How cool!
    Thanks for sharing! Happy WW!
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  9. Rabbit yoga is the best kind of yoga!
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  10. Trained, fit and ready for the strongest-dog-in-the-world competition. Well, as soon as ESPN gets around to inventing it, that is.

    • What a great idea Eko – I think you need to come out to Hollywood and pitch it as a reality series!
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  11. Jack sure is a handsome boy! And so strong! I’ll bet all the ladies swoon when he runs past. 🙂
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  12. I’d say you’ve got some healthy hind legs there… keep up the good work!
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  13. Ha! Great photos! Jack looks so pretty… erm, STRONG!
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  14. Jack you are such a talented boy. I especially like your Yoga post.
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  15. Rabbit yoga is a favorite around here too!

  16. Nailah was doing “something feel under the aisle” yoga at PetSmart today. It was very amusing! Thanks for sharing these great hind leg workouts!
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  17. Rabbit limbo! Now there’s a name for it!!
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  18. What is the blue bone shaped thing he has his paws on?
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    • It’s a FitPaws balance cushion. You can see them at Dogtread.com
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  19. Lookin’ great!
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  20. hahaha love the rabbit yoga one the best but they are all very good for strengthening the back legs.
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  21. Wow! Great exercises. Looks like your muscles are going to stay strong for a long time. This is also a great reminder that every day activities can be used for strength and fitness. I love the photos.
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  22. Great ideas to work hind legs. I have also heard that just sitting and then standing and repeating is an easy and great way to work hind legs.
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  23. Way to stay in shape Jack 🙂
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  24. Rabbit yoga and labby limbo are just perfect. My dogs do rabbit yoga quite a bit in the spring when the bunnies hide under our shed.

    –Woofs (and purrs) from Life with Dogs and Cats
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