Train To Hunt was born out of necessity. All hunters alike want to hunt harder, longer, and farther. Fitness is the only piece of equipment that you can make better or worse. The team at Train To Hunt wants to extend wellness and longevity as well as improve performance for hunters. The workouts and online journal are a launch pad for serious outdoor enthusiast who want to learn the best way to be fit for their sport. Athletes hunt, and we have the formula to make you a better mountain athlete. Whether you’re a flatlander, hunt out West, or past your prime, we want to make you a better hunter through fitness. Our online video journal is designed to be your coach, trainer, and guide as you shape up for your passion. Thank you for choosing to Train To Hunt.
Workout and Hunt are the two things that Kenton has always done. He was a four sport high school athlete, a collegiate baseball player and even played a year in the minors. After returning to school for his Masters degree he began his career as a personal trainer, but it was his love for hunting and the outdoors that inspired him to start an online training site to help prepare hunters for the up and coming season. He is an avid bowhunter, videographer, editor, and fitness coach. He enjoys helping people, and spending time with his wife and son in the outdoors of the Pacific Northwest.
MS Sports Psychology University of Idaho
BS Physical Education LC State
CrossFit Level I Coach
National Academy of Sports Medicine (PES)
Levi Day grew up in central Oregon with hunting and the outdoor lifestyle as a passion. As a high school, collegiate, and professional athlete, Levi learned at a young age the importance of physical fitness to improve performance. Levi now applies the same dedication to fitness that he once did in rodeo, to becoming the best predator he can be.
In the past, Levi was mainly a rifle hunter. He dedicated his time to becoming an accomplished long- range hunter; spending countless hours shooting, doing research, and fine tuning his equipment. During this time, he realized that every intricate part of his hunting “system “contributed to making him a more effective hunter. And that, not any one piece of equipment was more important than his physical and mental ability. “The mountains a very unforgiving,” says Levi. He continues, “Being physically fit will enable you to hunt deeper, hunt longer, and keep you hunting well past the years you thought you had.” Even though Levi is a passionate long-range hunter, he now spends the majority of his hunting season pounding the mountains with archery tackle. The one thing that has not changed is his unwavering commitment to being as physically and mentally prepared as possible.
Currently residing in Weiser, Idaho, with his wife Jennifer, Levi works as a middle school teacher. He spends the majority of his time in the outdoors, enjoying all of God’s creation with family and friends.