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Shoot under Pressure Training
Shoot Under Pressure It may sound silly but hunting is a sport and you the hunter are athletes. It is very important to train you body to handle those activities that you will encounter in the fieldType: Blog Post
Did You Know
Did you know there was a tripple “A” for hunters?Type: Blog Post
Building a Strong Foundation
Core muscles need to work as a unit, contract at the same time, across joints in order to stabilize the spine.Type: Blog Post
Quick Healthy Snack
So if your like me and like to eat… and the idea of eating boiled chicken and broccoli everyday is just not gonna cut it Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
The 3′s
The 3′s was developed by Dr Paul Stallone to utilize constant motion and no over tax any single body part, avoiding over-use injuries. While also including the constant motion and active rest principles to burn fat and increase stamina Module … Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Active Rest
Here is one of my favorite workouts utilizing constant motion or active rest Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Eating for Lean Musce Mass
So there is so much research out there of what foods to eat, when to eat, how much to eat and frequency of eating, that its very hard to decipher what is the best course of action or plan you should follow Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
BALANCE IS KEY TO MANUVERING N TOUGH TERRAIN
BALANCE IS KEY TO MANUVERING N TOUGH TERRAIN……. Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
BALANCE IS KEY TO MANUVERING IN TOUGH TERRAIN
BALANCE IS KEY TO MANUVERING IN TOUGH TERRAIN……. Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
In season workout
Well its the middle of the whitetail rut and if your like me you have been spending some time in the treestand and probably not eating all that healthy…. Problem with that is my season circles back to mountain hunts and spot and stalk hunts…. So I always need to get back on the wagon and […]Type: Blog Post
Quicky exercise to improve your bow accuracy
I like to incorporate exercises that build proprioception or balance … I’ve been experimenting for years on how to to improve my bow accuracy while building overall physical fitness.. Adding in a few balance exercises or exercises that fire the supporting muscles will often do the trick… One in particular is bosu ball push ups…these […]Type: Blog Post
Pheasant Hunting
Every Year we get questions about going on pheasant hunts. Where do I go? Where can I get the best experienceType: Blog Post
calling black bear
The key to calling bears is to call non-stop until the animal is within firing range. When you stop calling, the bear will stop approaching. Some experts claim that calling will often attract sows more readily than boars.Type: Blog Post
Choosing the right hunting spot
Choosing the right set up is just as important as scouting. We here at High Prairie Lodge and outfitters find that set up is the key to not only seeing big deer but taking trophy deer and game. Whitetails, Mule deer, Elk and antelope are all what I like to call “pattern-able “ and they all leave game sign.Type: Blog Post
First Trip with my Z7 NY whitetail
Well he was not the biggest buck i had ever shot but one of my most gratifying becuase I stuck to my blueprint and i made it happen in NY on public land. Type: Blog Post
Balance is key to better hunting…
Balance is Key BALANCE IS KEY TO MANUVERING THROUGH TOUGH TERRAIN Balancing Exercises Balancing exercises also help to strengthen the core muscles (back. abs, and buttocks) which are used for balancing. Doing a variety of exercises will ensure you target different muscle groups. Opposite Arm and Leg Extension: balancing / stabilization exercise: Strengthens muscles running...Type: Blog Post
After The shot
Only sometimes will you be lucky enough to find the arrow at the sight of your hit. When this is not the case it is still important that you find the arrow. The arrow should have fallen in the deer’s escape trail. Arrows will typically fall out quickly unless it is deep in heavy muscle...Type: Blog Post
Interview With Jim Newcomb
1. What can I do, as a novice hunter, to eliminate errors while in the stand?Type: Blog Post
Achery Practice
I was spending most of my practicing hours onspot and stalk type hunting because I was releasing my first book Type: Blog Post
Big Buck Down! in South Dakota
If you watched our SD show last year your heard about the south Dakota curse. Well for those who didn’t see last years hunt i will explain. Type: Blog Post
Big Horn Outdoors Youth Adventure Camp
Big Horn Outdoors Youth Adventure CampType: Blog Post
Our Interview With Bill DeShaw- Mule Deer Hunting
This is a breif out line of the interview to get the whole recorded radio show check out http://www.thehuntingchannelonline.net The Hunting Channel Interview Questions Introduction and Opening Questions: 1. Can you tell us a little bit about what your organization and what you do? We’ve been guiding hunters and fisherman professionally since 1979. I have...Type: Blog Post
The Dirty TRUTH behind hunting gear !
But what is a little known fact about the hunting industry specifically; is …..Type: Blog Post
Buck Down in Illinois
I hunted this past week in Pike county illinois with the notorious B.I.G Dale Carter with Carter Outdoors. I gotta say at first at face value I was a little disappointed… I had being hearing about the famed Carter’s Hunting lodge for as long as I can remember, so when i pulled up to this...Type: Blog Post
Gearing up for MT. Lion Hunting
Not many mt lion hunters give much thought in too preparing for a mt lion hunt, given the nature of the hunt most novice or first time hunters have the notion that the dogs run a lion up a tree you walk up and shoot it. Sounds simple enough! But what they they do not...Type: Blog Post