It sounds like a fun challenge though. I have been trying to trial about once a month. Sometimes twice, if I can swing it. I practice/have class 2-3 times per week. I noticed that on the days I have class, I have over 10K steps on my BodyBugg. It has been interesting learning how much "work" agility training is for me and Harley.
We just started our local agility league for the next six weeks (it's nice to stay home through the winter). I'm looking to a CPE trial in Rochester, NY in February. In March/April, we're trialing five weeks in a row - one 2-day AKC in Rochester, one local 3-day CPE, one local 3-day NADAC, one 2-day CPE in Albany, and one 2-day CPE trial in Niagara Falls, ON. With that and working out 2-3 days a week, it's going to be rough.
Amy ~ Buffalo, NY ~
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Hi there, Here in Colorado we have a google group called Colorado agility enthusiasts. We have a wonderful person that compiles a list of all of the trials for the year in our area. Check and see if you have a similar group there!
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