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.
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
In typical Utah fashion we got a few 50 degree day's coupled with a lot of snow at 30 degree days. I am determined to get outside on any day that the sun is out and it isn't snowing. But that isn't always the case so my treadmill and the the stairmaster have been my … Continue reading Update on Summit Training
With just about five months before the Utah Elk and Deer archery season opens and all the new additions I have added to my bow I have a lot of work to put in before I can ethically say that I am prepared for the hunt. The last couple of years have been hectic for … Continue reading Getting my bow dialed in
Today has been going very slow for me, these type of day's are the worst if I can't find something to occupy my mind then I usually raid the fridge which makes me feel horrible, so for today I am going to help my grandmother with her laundry and do hill repeats, attempt to do … Continue reading Slow Friday’s and Hill Repeats
Getting ready to run in 30 degree weather, and it turns out I needed way more gear than what I put on!To get to this point it was .25(miles) of straight up hill on asphalt and my heart was racing from just walking to the trail head, and then I tuned towards the trail and … Continue reading Grandeur peak trail run