Strengthen their abilities gradually and create a routine
Any personal trainer will tell you that a routine is important whether you’re working out on the street or in the gym. By doing this not only will your dog be able to recognize when it’s workout time, but you’ll be obedience training them at the same time. Try to always start with stretches, then move on to sit-ups, take a nice run, and finish off with a walk for a good cool-down exercise. If you do this every time the two of you workout together, your dog will pick up on the habit and follow along with you. If you’re an intense trainer who works out different areas on the body on different days, create a routine for each area and have each routine start with a different exercise that way your dog will learn the cues.