In my previous post I mentioned that I put my gym pass on hold and started investing on home fitness items. So far I have loved being able to work out at home, I don't have to use the gym shower in the morning before work, I get either more sleep or I can get … Continue reading Home gym staples items
A continuation on our last post; What have I changed to increase strength and endurance and have I noticed any results. I will begin by saying that we have noticed a change in weather here in Utah and even though my little girl loves to go hiking with us, we want to make sure that … Continue reading Training: increasing strength and endurance for the backcountry; part 2.
Every year you train and train and then finally it's here, Elk hunting season! This year we had a lot of excitement going into this season which lead to the first two days of hunting really hard and getting far back into the backcountry. We saw lots of elk, and even had a couple shots … Continue reading Training: Increasing strength and endurance for the backcountry.
I have been switching things up lately. I have been finding it harder and harder to wake up at 3 am to make it to the gym before work or before Austin has to be at work. So I started browsing around and looking for an at home workout app that was fun and got … Continue reading Gym routine update
Utah Sage Grouse Population: For the past 15 years Utah has been working to increase the Sage Grouse population. Years ago the Utah Sage Grouse was listed on the ESL (Endangered species list), due to road developments, Wildfires and the extraction of natural resources coupled with the delicate habitat that is needed for the Sage … Continue reading Monday Conservation
So far shed hunting has been a bust, we have only found two and we are starting to get restless for something else. I think this weekend we are going to head out for some fly fishing my task for this week is to find a river that has a good amount of access without having … Continue reading Shed hunting
Public land gridlocked by Private land owners: 9.52 million acres of public land are inaccessible to the people who own them. Right now there are multiple different organizations that are attempting to get this issue addressed. I know I'm not the only person out there who has found what would be some amazing country to explore … Continue reading Monday Conservation