There are many factors that play into what makes a good hunt. Some seek out areas that are challenging and have potential for holding trophies, and regardless of the outcome they have the memories of amazing views and mountains climbed. Others wait all year to setting up camp and catching up with friends seldom seen while recharging their batteries by sharing stories of the days adventures around a campfire. Whether you are a solo hunter, a social hunter or something in between, it’s rare to find a bowhunter that doesn’t find some pleasure in the process itself.
What kind of hunter are you? What do you seek?
The first thing we all do in any hunting situation is get to where the animals are. Sometimes it is a short walk to the tree stand, and others are longer bouts that include a little bike riding followed by a steep hike. Whatever the case, we need to jump start that hunt with at least 20 minutes of work. Todays workout will bring you back to that o dark thirty venture back into your honey hole.
If you like the workout of the day, use the new “Favorites” option to save the workout to your favorite folder and make it easy to find in the future.