Some of you will know what I am talking about when I say that. For readers who did not spend large portions of their childhood trying to master the art of riding hunt seat, I’m describing a sports drill where you do something tricky or different with one part of your body while you do something you always do, thus doing it differently and becoming aware of or developing a part of your body involved in that thing you do so often.
In this case, we ran an agility course without using our hands. It was challenging, and fun. And the interesting thing I noticed was that most of us also stopped using our voices. This raises the question, “Do agility handlers need their hands to talk?”