One Jump Two Jump 4-DVD Set

One Jump Two Jump 4-DVD Set

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Subtitle: Perfecting the Skills You Need Is as Easy as...One Jump Two Jump!
Author: Sandy Rogers
Format: DVD, 4 discs, NTSC format
Running Time: 3 hours, 39 minutes
Bonus Materials: 63-page training workbook in PDF format
Release Date: Fall 2009

Need help with your training, but tired of too much technical detail? Help is here! An easy-to-use system for learning handling and teaching dog skills that's presented in plain English, and that uses only 2 jumps!

The object of the game of agility is simple. To succeed, you need a dog that knows where he's going next, knows when to turn, and knows when to accelerate to the next obstacle. You also need to have a plan that keeps you out of his way. And so, you need to be in sync with your dog and have a clear method of communication.

The drills in this DVD are designed to help all levels of dogs and handlers perfect the skills they need to be in sync with each other and are intended to be used throughout a team's agility career. 

As the dogs master these drills, you'll find them more easily putting together sequences in course work. You'll also find that you're able to identify the drills in parts of courses, which improves your ability to handle those sequences so that the feeling of being in sync with your dog starts to happen more often.

The really exciting thing is that the One Jump, Two Jump program can be accomplished using just two jumps—this makes the program accessible for people with limited equipment and training space.

  • For more advanced handlers, the drills provide a thorough review of the fundamental handling and dog skills needed to succeed in agility at any level. They also allow you to identify missing links in your training and eliminate them. You can then use the drills for regular maintenance work to keep your team's skills sharp. 
  • For less experienced handlers or for handlers who feel out of sync with their dogs (perhaps your dog is spinning, barking, turning very wide, or not running as fast as he could), the drills teach you and your dog a communication system that will enable your team to negotiate courses in any venue. This is a flexible communication system that allows room for you to make the best choices for your particular team.

Click on the Contents tab on the left to see all the skills covered in this DVD.

To buy the online streaming version of this DVD, click here.

About the Author
Sandy Rogers began her agility career in 1989, competing for the first time in 1991. She founded ACE Dog Sports in 1999. The school currently has seven instructors and two locations. Sandy has been published and featured in Clean Run magazine and has been seen competing in agility on the Animal Planet, PAX, and NBC channels. Her JRT Quill represented the United States in international competition in 2011, 2012, and 2013, winning gold, silver and bronze medals and she won the 2013 USDAA Grand Prix. Her Border Collie, Brink was a three-time USDAA National Champion and won the Incredible Dog Challenge. Her Sheltie, Sweep won the Max 200 Ultimate Dog Award (highest combined obedience and agility score) both regionally and nationally in 1999. Beyond the pride of her accomplishments with her dogs, Sandy is very proud of the success of her students; she knows that success comes in all shapes and sizes.


  • Introduction
  • Training Prerequisites
  • Things to Remember


  • The Jump

    Dog Meet Jump
    Getting the Bar to Full Height
    Turning Tightly

  • Jump Around the Clock (JAC) Drill

    Catch Up to Heel (Recall)
    Run by
    Mix It Up

  • Lead-outs
  • Don’t Cross Me Drill
  • Distance Work
  • Beginning Serpentine Work 
  • The Seven Turn Cues

    Lack of Motion 
    Front Cross
    Rear Cross
    Push Through
    Lateral Motion 
    Verbal Left and Right

  • Turn Cue Maintenance Work
  • Combining the Turn Cues
  • Tightening Up Any Turn


  • Two Jump Lead-outs
  • Parallel Jump Exercises

    Lack of Motion 
    Front Cross
    Rear Cross
    Push Through
    Lateral Motion
    Verbal Left and Right
    Distance Work
    Don’t Pass Me Drill

  • End-to-End Jump Exercises

    Lack of motion
    Front Cross
    Rear Cross
    Push Through
    Verbal Left and Right
    Independent 180
    Distance Work 
    The Technical 270


Jump Heights



  • Catch Up to Heel Work
  • Rear-end Awareness Training
  • Balance and Coordination Work
  • Accessing the DVD Training Notes
  • Bloopers

"Sandy—The information on the DVD is priceless. It will be invaluable to me not just in teaching but in training my own dog as well. There are training methods on the DVD that I have never done with her, and I know it will help so much to go back and train those. As far as using it as a teaching reference, I am forever indebted to you for your generosity in sharing this with all of us. What an invaluable reference this will be. It fills in so many blanks. Again, some of it I already know and utilize, some of it was a wonderful refresher, but lots of it was like a light-bulb going on... Another thing I really liked about the DVD is that you used a variety of dogs. I think that is so cool! And you showed mistakes! Just like you mentioned in the DVD, that is when learning takes place and if one only sees it being done perfectly it leaves so many 'holes'."  —Mary

"I second the review for One Jump Two Jump by Sandy Rogers. I was at the Clean Run Instructors Conference when she presented "All Roads Lead Back to JAC" from the DVD. I use this in my classes now. The DVD is wonderful. It covers a broad range of information and does it in a clear concise way."  —Terry

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