In this episode of Quick and Dirty with Wardo the host starts his four part series on acute back pain. Back pain and disc injuries are the leading cause of disability in North America. Listen weekly as Wardo will give you key tips to get out of pain and then bullet proof your back.
On this episode, Adam visits with Tanner Dannish of Frontiersmen Gear to talk about his recent caribou hunt before the conversation transitions to elk hunting and the strategies and tactics he’s used for consistent success over the years.
In this episode of Quick and Dirty the host does a quick synopsis of hand care in the field and after a trip. Minimizing aches and pains from back pain to cracks in your hand all has a role in the mental game of mountain hunting, if you can prevent it then you probably should.
Where do we start with Derek? Small town BC born and raised. World class athlete. Elite level human performance coach. Renowned speaker and presenter. Philosopher on all aspects of the human condition…the list could go on.
In this episode of Quick and Dirty with Wardo the host talks about maintaining a solid immune system during a season of either long trips or multiple weekend outings. Don’t let your immune slip and shelf you with sickness when it matters most.
On this episode, Adam hosts Baker Leavitt from Black Rifle Coffee Company (BRCC) for a wide ranging conversation that covers everything from hunting tips and adventures, to leadership, teamwork, and an inside look at what makes BRCC such a successful company.
In this episode of Quick and Dirty with Wardo the host dives into keeping your low back healthy during the breaking down of big game animals. Spine saving strategies are key to have in place before going into the back country but hey s&it happens and these tips can keep the rest of your hunt going and not sitting on the sidelines.
In this episode of Quick and Dirty with Wardo the host digs into his recent shoulder surgery and the end stage rehabilitation that got him back to full strength months earlier then normal…rehabilitation is all about feathering the throttle early on and pinning it in the later stages.