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Hunting And Fitness : Ramping it up before the Season Opener
Hunting And Fitness : Ramping it up before the Season Opener It occurred to me more than a few years ago that nothing I was doing in the gym really got me to where I needed to be come hunting season. Each year I would bust my butt to get “In Shape” for my hunts […]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
Quick Treadmill workout
If you don’t mind looking like a goof ball this is a great 30 min treadmill workout that burns calories, builds muscular endurance and coordination. Treadmill workouts are getting more and more popular because…. well mostly because we are all stuck at home and gyms are closed due to the demands of the oligarchy but also because they are very effective way to achieve results and be efficient with time. #fitness​ #workout​ #quickworkout​ #treadmill​ #treadmillworkoutType: 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
Efficiency in Exercise
There have been lots of articles and discussions on hunting forums regarding the fitness aspect of huntingType: 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
Get fit for: Backwoods hunting in the high country
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. Tracking, trekking, climbing, lifting, hauling and many other types of physical labor are part and parcel of hunting. You must...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
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
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
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
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
core strenght for bow hunters
Core Strenght I never really knew how important it was to have good core strenght until I went hunting 2 years ago for mule deer in Wyoming. The terrian was so wide open that I spent my whole trip either hunched over, crawling on my knees, or dragging myself and my bow on my belly...Type: Blog Post
Muzzle Loader Coyote
Muzzle Loader Coyote The sight of a distant coyote provided a surprise break in the routine of the morning muzzleloader pronghorn hunt. While watching the distant dog prowl for rodents, it suddenly dawned on me that instead of sitting back and watching, I should be taking advantage of the opportunity. Digging into my daypack, I...Type: Blog Post
There has never been a beter time to join!
There has never been a better time to join http://www.thehuntingchannelonline.com/index.php Type: Blog Post
Treestand Warm up
Treestand Warm up Hi welcome to The Hunting Channel online’s Tip Of the week! If you are like me sitting in a tree-stand for hours on end can get very painful. My back starts to cramp my legs get stiff, and then I start moving around a lot, which ultimately screws with my chances of...Type: Blog Post
Ground Blind Hunting
Ground blind Cover Up Hi welcome to The Hunting Channel online’s Tip Of the week! How many of you have been busted while hunting out of a ground blind? Well I have! Im gonna share with you some tips to help minimize the chance of this happening to you. One thing you must remember that...Type: Blog Post
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See my 170″ buck from last year, mention THC and save 25% on all hunta plus get a free one year memebrship to http://www.thehuntingchannelonline.com Call 601-622-7131 to bookType: Blog Post
rangeland and forest useage
I put in 4 months of scouting and preparations into my deer season opener. only to have the whole trip ruined by campers and cattle. I can understand why the forest service dosent regulate where people camp. I remember back in new york when we went camping we were assigned a camp ground, not allowed...Type: Blog Post
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Take 1 min to answer this 5 question SURVEY And get a free copy of the ultimate guide for staying scent free. plus get entered to win a free lifetime membership to http://www.thehuntingchannelonline.comType: Blog Post
ask the pros
Person’s Name: lee Question: i what to know to track deer in my hunting eara how to schot for deer what to look for Answer: first check out http://www.thehuntingchannelonline.com resource center and use the mapping tools or google earth if you have it. Look at 3d and arial photos of the areas try to distinguish...Type: Blog Post
Top ten Favorite Places to Hunt
10) Hermesillo Mexico, Coues Deer 9) Bitter root ID, Black Bear 8) Sonora TX, Whitetail 7)Alberta CN, Moose 6)Cibola NM, Elk 5) Castle Valley, UT Mule Deer 4) Kaibab, AZ Mule Deer 3) Brown County, IL Whitetail 2)Flagstaff, Arizona Elk 1) Buffulo, South Dakota antelope/mule Deer ComboType: Blog Post
Free Guide to Staying Scent Free
Fill out out survey and get a free copy of The Ultimate Guide for Staying Scent Free. and a chance at a free lifetime membership for http://www.thehuntingchannelonline.com CLICK HEREType: Blog Post
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