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.

Five Steps: Better Backpacking Prep, By Todd Bumgardner

Whether you’re cruising ridges for high-country whitetails, or humping mountains for elk, some smart packing prep will have you in great condition to handle whatever situation the hunt throws at you. Below I share five

The Best Step-ups You’re not Doing Pt I, By Todd Bumgardner

After perusing hunting prep programs and talking to hunters from around the country about how they train in the offseason, I’ve found that there’s one commonly misused tool—the box step-up. I won’t say it’s a

Training for Dynamic Environments Part 2

This is an example of a “typical” gym session focusing on whole-body strength and multi-segmental movements, essentially movements or exercises that force the body to work as a coordinated system.

Training for Dynamic Environments Part 1

The world’s mountains represent some of the most harsh, austere environments on the planet. Snow, rain, blistering sun. Loose shale to moderate ridge lines and near vertical rock faces. We call these Dynamic Environments.

The JOMH Guide to Circuit Training, By Adam Janke

CrossFit. P90X. HIIT. Turbulence. Insanity. Tabata. Gibala. Multi-Modal. MMA-style training… The list could go on. Point being, if you’re even remotely into physical training, odds are you’ve heard or read about one of these terms

Top Training Gear of 2018, By Adam Janke

When it comes to training gear, the most important variable I consider is versatility. If I can find a piece of gear, equipment, or a nutritional supplement or product that’s as valuable for training as

240 Seconds by Dustin Diefenderfer

In a moment of unforeseen tragedy, one of the deadliest natural disasters of our time, they had the physical ability, awareness, and mental toughness… to save their own lives. They ran fast enough, or climbed

The Off-Season, By Coley Gentzel

In my version of a perfect world, there would be no off-season when it comes to hunting. No mandatory timeout between one “hunting season” and the next. One epic hunt would lead seamlessly into another

Altitude Illness, Awareness, Prevention, and Treatment, By Coley Gentzel

With Adam and the JOMH team fresh off a trip to the high alpine in Tajikistan, we thought now would be a great time to explore some considerations for traveling in and living at “high