How to stay Fit To Hunt all season long

I’ve had a few sits over the last couple of weeks, but the weather man has promised the bottom drops out tomorrow with a massive cold front covering Missouri. This is when I flip the switch and get serious about my outdoor pursuits. To me, crisp air is the signal and...

The Upper 1/3rd

It is tough to stay on top I’d say it is darn near impossible and the simple act of trying to be what you once were is not only frustrating but often times leads to overuse injuries.  The truth is those abs you are seeing from that actor in your favorite movie? They...

Training Camp

August is here and high school football training camps are in full swing! All across the country, teams are putting the final touches on game plans, skills, and other strategies to prepare for games in September. Many of these kids have been training all year to be...

5 S’s of Pre-Season Archery

This time of year, deer season plays a duel role as both a memory of the previous season and a daydream of Opening Day The latter of which can lead to obsessing about a certain deer or how many arrows a day you should be shooting. But for many, it presents a problem....

Overload for elk

I consider myself to be in good shape and for chasing whitetails, I am That said, my eyes were opened when I hiked the Beast Course at last month’s Beast Mode Archery Challenge BMAC Games held at Tyrol Basin Ski Resort in Wisconsin. With a moderate 30-35 pounds on my...

How summer training translates to better elk hunting

Holy Heck it was hot! That was the general consensus at the Beast Mode Archery Challenge BMAC Games held June 24 at Tyrol Basin Ski Resort in Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin. It was unseasonably warm and both the heat and humidity took their toll on the competitors who use this...