Have you ever gotten pressure from a boss, spouse or friend to do something?

Chances are that as they pressured you, you started to resist.

Think of the last time you walked into a store and a salesperson walked up and asked: “Can I help you?”

Without thinking you probably said, “NO,” and walked away.

This is normal and it’s called opposition reflex.

When anyone applies mental or physical pressure, you resist.

Great! What does all this have to do with dog training you ask.

Simple. Opposition reflex happens with your dog all the time.

Ever try to push your dog’s butt into a sit position?

Ever try to press your dog’s shoulders so she would go into a down position?

If you have, you experienced opposition reflex.

This also happens on leash.

Once your dog feels you pulling back on the leash, he will naturally resist and pull even harder.

So the next step in leash walking is to make sure you don’t put any pressure on the leash.

I know, much easier said than done which is why I have videos showing you how to do this, step by step, on The Dog Training Inner Circle.

It’s not as hard as you think when you know what steps to take.

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