EP 237: Quick & Dirty with Wardo, Building Mental Toughness with Jeremy Meredith

Wardo sits down with Jeremy Meredith from Crossfit Vernon to talk about building mental toughness in the gym.

EP 236: BC’s Wild Sheep with Josh Hamilton

Nolan sits down with Josh Hamilton from the Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia to talk about on-going projects, and the upcoming WSSBC Northern Fundraiser Auctions.

EP 235: Quick & Dirty with Wardo, The Fable of the Psoas

Wardo enlightens us on the function of the hip flexor (Psoas), the troubles — and myths — surrounding it, and how you can manage issues surrounding it.

EP 234: Bears, Bulls, and a little BS with Brandon Purcell

Nolan sits down with Guide Brandon Purcell to talk backcountry bears, guiding elk, and dream hunts. Brandon is a seasoned mountain guide from Montana that loves deep backcountry missions and big old critters. ‘nuff said.

EP 233: Guiding: Stone Sheep to Horse Wrecks with Zach Logan

On this episode, Nolan sits down with Guide Zach Logan to talk stone sheep, mountain goats, becoming a guide, and of course… horse wrecks.

EP 232: Quick & Dirty with Wardo, Finding the Right Physician

On this episode, Wardo dives into what to look for in clinicians, physicians, and practitioners, and what to avoid.

EP 231: Designing Technical Hunting Apparel, with Ryan Efurd & Marcel Geser

Adam sits down with Ryan Efurd and Marcel Geser of Canis Athlete. Marcel holds an impressive background in technical mountain apparel design, both in the athletics and military spaces.

EP 230: Quick & Dirty with Wardo, Warm-Ups Done Right

On this episode, Wardo covers what is — and is not — a proper warm-up for all training.

Why Bother? By Adam Janke

I never thought the day would come. I told myself I would never be one of them. But before I knew what had happened it was too late. The trap had sprung.

Successful Post-Season Strength and Conditioning, By Todd Bumgardner

Big game seasons are winding down. As much of a bummer as that is, most of us already have our eyes on next year’s hunts. If you want to be ready for the mountain next fall, there are some simple things that you can do now to set yourself up for success.