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Candy Bars Versus Supplements

Editor’s Note: We’d like to thank Rob Shaul at Mountain Tactical Institute for allowing us to re-publish this article. The MTI site is a wealth of information on training, nutrition and performance for hunters, mountain

Avalanche Assessment & Mountain Hunting By Benjamin Reynolds

This article will cover the specifics of avalanche assessment for the mountain hunter. Whether the hunter is in pursuit of late season sheep or mid-winter goats in British Columbia, they will be faced with a

The Difference Between Broth, Stock and Bone Broth By Connor Meakin, Founder Pure Bone Broth

Bone broth, broths and stocks all share the same foundation: bones, meat scraps and vegetables simmered in a pot of water. However, differences lie in the preparation, timing, and specific ingredients used. And since variety

Crushing Your Goals In 2017

Here at the JOMH we’re big fans of Tim Ferriss of Four Hour Work Week fame. His books, blog and podcast have taught us more in the past few years than a lifetime’s worth of

Hunting’s Tenth Commandment, By Walt Prothero

Editor’s Note: We’d like to thank our friends at the Wild Sheep Foundation for allowing us to re-publish this excellent piece from Walt Prothero’s regular column, Timberline Reflections, found in each issue of Wild Sheep

A Tribute To Alexander David Marsh

 By Ian Feir A gentleman and an ambassador to all we love was taken from us far too early just a few weeks ago. Dave Marsh passed away suddenly due to a severe allergic reaction

The Beyond the Kill Book List

Over the past few months we’ve received countless requests for a list of the books that have been recommended by our guests on the BTK.FM podcast to date. Well you ask we answer! We (finally)

A Call To Action, By JOMH Editor In Chief Adam Janke

Hunting is conservation. These three words are so common in the hunting industry and media today that they could be considered one of the “ten commandments” of North American Wildlife Model scripture. It’s a phrase

Find Your Crucible

One of the first topics we ever covered in the Mountain Fitness column was mental fitness. As we quoted in that original article we firmly believe that the mind is primary, an ethos and training

Backcountry Mobility – The Mountain Hunter’s Playbook

One of the most overlooked aspects of the physical preparation that goes into mountain hunting is the hunter’s movement quality, both in terms of how they train — a topic we’ve written about extensively in