Hunting fitness Articles


Goalsetting

Goalsetting

Goalsetting can be tricky.  I’ve spent the last 24 years helping people design and execute plans to better themselves. Through the years, I’ve discovered some common ground on where people tend to fall short.  I’d like to shed some light on where you might be going...
Home Gym for the Mt. Hunter

Home Gym for the Mt. Hunter

Train like a hunter to win the fall! A home gym doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive. A $3 piece of PVC pipe is an awesome tool for shoulder warm-up and balance exercises. Here are a few items I’ve used extensively over the last few years that you might find...
Advice for Sheep Hunt Training

Advice for Sheep Hunt Training

In the summer of 2011, I was sure that my dream of hunting sheep in Alaska was dead. I was 48 years old, a good 40 lbs. overweight, and not in good cardiovascular shape. Being “in the business” and talking to hundreds of sheep hunters over the years, I knew what a...
Elk Fit – Man vs. Elk – By Dan Staton

Elk Fit – Man vs. Elk – By Dan Staton

Dan Staton is our fitness editor for Elk Hunter Magazine. This article first appeared in the Spring 2012 issue. To order the Spring 2012 issue, other single issues, or to subscribe to Elk Hunter, click here. Crisp mountain air, deteriorating daylight, frozen ground,...