I know I talk a lot about hunting elk in the west, but my passion for hunting first began with whitetails. There is still something about those illusive creatures that call to all of us at some point. They have been the most hunted animal in North America for some time now, and weather you hunt them from a stand, blind, or enjoy the foot pursuit of still hunting, the one thing you all have in common is the better shape you are in the better your chances of being in the right spot at the right time. Let me explain. If you are a stand or blind hunter, you spend hours on full alert, climbing in and out of tree stands, in and out of blinds, not to mention all the work that goes into working your food plots. In this case, the better your fitness level, chances are the tougher you are mentally, which equates to longer, safer sits, regardless of conditions. If your technique of choice is on the ground, pursuing those mountain bucks, the better shape your in, the more miles your able to put on your boots, the quieter you are in the woods, and the drag out won’t leave you in a heap. With July basically here, and bucks growing bone on their heads, now is a great time to get out there and pick one out. Todays workout is in the name of whitetails everywhere on a collision course with your passion to pursuit them. Shooting with an elevated heart rate, and dragging them out.
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