On location in Dushanbe, the evening before they head home, Adam, Matt Comment and Connor Gabbott share some lessons, laughs, and thoughts on what it was like to chase ibex on the other side of the world.
On this show, Adam is joined by John Warren of Leupold.
Adam and John recorded this conversation on location in Oregon after a full-day on the range
at the Leupold Optics Academy (LOA).
Many hunters spend the bulk of their time practicing under ideal range conditions but, as we all
know, you don’t always get the perfect shot opportunity in the field. So, with his Tajikistan ibex
hunt looming, Adam wanted to take his marksmanship to the next level.
John took Adam through a series of drills and instruction focused on field-applicable shooting
positions and the mindset required to make the most of any shot opportunity that might
present itself. This is what you’ll hear about in this episode.
John is a wealth of knowledge and brings a unique perspective to the skills and mindset
required to excel under any conditions and circumstances. Regardless of whether you carry a
rifle or bow afield, there are key takeaways for all hunters in this episode.
On this show, Adam is joined by Craig Marker, Ph.D., of StrongFirst.
If you’re a long-time listener, you’ll likely recognize that organization’s name as they are, in our opinion, the best source of strength and conditioning research, education, and programming in the world today. Especially as it relates to those training for real-world applications.
But this episode is about far more than preparing for the backcountry. The methods, tools and programming covered are applicable to anyone that struggles to find the balance between work, home, and staying fit for whatever goals one may choose to pursue.
In short, this episode is about training smarter, not harder. At any age.
On this show, Adam is joined by Jared Frasier, the Executive Director of 2% For Conservation, an organization that is serving a critical role in today’s conservation landscape.
This is our longest episode to date…for good reason! Jared is one of the most insightful and outspoken guests we’ve ever had on the show, and this one’s an absolute MUST-LISTEN. Even if that means chopping it up into smaller chunks.
On this episode, Adam sits down on the banks of the Fraser River with three guys from the Wild Sheep Society of BC on day two of the Jurassic Classic fishing tournament.
If you’re a diehard listener, you should be familiar with what the Jurassic Classic is, and more importantly, how it benefits wild sheep conservation projects in BC. If you’ve missed the past episodes where this event was discussed, you’ll want to tune in and hear how this unique event puts money on the ground where it matters most.
On this show, Adam is joined by his good friend and colleague, Connor Gabbott.
Connor is one of the men behind the curtain at the JOMH and one hell of a talented dude when it comes to running a camera and telling stories through visual mediums. A chef by trade, after 20 years in the restaurant business, he has finally made the leap into the film and photography field full-time.
On this show, Adam is joined by Dr. Ed Ashby, the man responsible for bringing FOC into the
modern bowhunting vocabulary, and Garrett Schlief, the President of Grizzly Stik.
If you’re a bowhunter, you will not want to miss this episode. Dr. Ashby shares the history and
results of his incomparable research into terminal arrow performance, and sets the record
straight on what you need to focus on when considering a move to a high-FOC or ultra-FOC
arrows for your bowhunting needs.