We’ve all seen it. Maybe we’ve even been it. I know I have once or twice. That guy.

The guy dragging ass while his hunting partner or buddies effortlessly push for the saddle.

The guy that starts complaining about whatever sore body part is holding him back within thirty minutes of leaving the trailhead. Every year.

The guy that shows up for a hunt wearing the latest and greatest ultralight gear but spent zero time training in the off-season.

The guy who knows he’s out of shape and constantly jokes about his waistline and lack of discipline instead of doing something about it.

And worst of all, the guy that says no. I can’t. I can’t pack any more meat. I can’t cross that valley. I can’t push for another summit or saddle. I can’t. You get the point.

NO ONE wants to be that guy.

I don’t care what lies you tell yourself. I don’t care what excuses you come up with. I don’t care how much or how little money you make. I don’t care how much or how little time you have.

Don’t be that guy.

There are no excuses. Why?

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Wherever you live. Whatever your story. You can be prepared. And not be that guy.

Will you be able to do every single training session in the program? Maybe not. But some or most is a hell of a lot more and a hell of a lot better than doing nothing.

And better than waiting until you’re three months out from your hunt and deciding it’s time to “get in shape”.

Don’t. Be. That. Guy.

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Posted by Nolan Osborne