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3 Exercises Guaranteed to Tighten Your Arrow Groups
Sometimes its the little things that matter the most… Like incorporating these 3 simple but effective exercises to improve dynamic stabilization and proprioception…. Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Quickie exercise to improve your bow accuracy
Quickie exercise to improve your bow accuracy Exercises for archers: wobble push ups This exercise is ideal for archers but it will help rifle hunters as well 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.. […]Type: Blog Post
Efficiency in Exercise
There have been lots of articles and discussions on hunting forums regarding the fitness aspect of huntingType: 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
Get Fit for Stone Sheep
Last Year we had the opportunity to hunt stone sheep and let me tell you how unprepared we all were. We looked like a bunch of veteran smokers with severe asthma.Type: Blog Post
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
Body Shock Principle
The Body Shock Principle Fitness for hunters can be an all-encompassing subject. I mean we need endurance, strength, stamina, and flexibility.Type: Blog Post
Southwest Mountain Hunts workout
Coues Deer Hunt: Hunting in the Mountains of the Southwest part of the U.S. Arizona-New Mexico-Mexico where these little guys live is no joke. Type: Blog Post
Why Hunt Fit?
Even though I am Professional hunter by trade very few people know that in another life I was in the health and wellness industry, having a degree in Exercise Physiology and being a certified athletic trainer I worked in preventive medicine … 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
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
Strong Core for Archery
Core exercises are most effective when they engage many muscles throughout the torso that cross several joints and work together to coordinate stability. Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Axius Core in home workout
Axius balance board in home exercise routine: Although I am a professional hunter few people know my first degree in college was Exercise Physiology I’m a firm believer in a fit hunter is a better hunter. I try to build my exercise routine to be sport specific and really try to condition myself to the […]Type: Blog Post
Javelina Hunting In Arizona
Javelina Hunting In Arizona: The Basics of Hunting Javelina- Javelina Hunting In Arizona Can be some of the most fun spot and stalk hunting in the country and it can also be a exercise in futility. Javelina although plentiful throughout Arizona can be very tough to find. Javelina Hunting In Arizona should begin with locating […]Type: Blog Post
Perform better in the field and on the range:
Perform better in the field and on the range: By John Stallone CSCS,BS Exercise Physiology,  MS Rangeland Management and Ecology It’s no big secret that the key to precision shooting, from a conditioning stand point is proprioception…. For those of you who are not familiar with the term… proprioception is the sense of the relative […]Type: Blog Post
The 600 workout
Ive been using this type of workout for a few years now mainly as a way to get back into a fitness regime or a way to shock the body. But I also found that its a great way to lean out. Its pretty simple concept and if you are doing it at the right […]Type: Blog Post
Shoot Under Pressure
Shoot Under Pressure It may sound silly but hunting is a sport and you the hunter are athletes.Type: Article
Core Building for Spot and Stalk Hunts
Spot and stalk hunts are som eof the most physically demanding hunts. Often you are forces to crawl, contort, and hold very uncomfortable positions for long periods of time. That is why it is so important for us to have a good strong core.Type: Blog Post
Get fit for: Backwoods hunting in the high country
Fitness is an often over-looked section of hunting. While the un-initiated may see hunting as a casual walk in the woods any experienced hunter knows otherwise. Type: Blog Post
What is Hunt Fit
Hunt Fit is an Exclusive feature of The Hunting Channel Online This is a sneak peak of some of the features you get on Huntfit.Type: Blog Post
Bow Fitness
I allways know when my body is getting out of shape becuase I cannot shoot tight gruops out passed 30 yards with my bow. And more specifically my body’s stablizing muscles are getting weaker.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
Active Rest
Here is one of my favorite workouts utilizing constant motion or active rest Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
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