Goalsetting

Goalsetting
By Kenton Clairmont, www.traintohunt.com Goalsetting can be tricky.  I’ve spent the last 24 years helping people design and execute plans to better themselves. Through the years, I’ve discovered some common ground on where people tend to fall short.  I’d like to shed some light on where you might be going wrong in this process, which ultimately leads to another year... Read More

A Mountain Hunter’s Lifeblood-Part 2

A Mountain Hunter’s Lifeblood-Part 2
Developing and Maintaining Strong Knees  This article may not have much meaning to you right now (especially if you’re young), but I want to encourage you to pay close attention, because the odds are it will someday. Coaches, or ex-coaches like myself, love to incorporate slogans or phrases that impress athletes with which they work.  Recently, I visited with WHM’s... Read More

A Mountain Hunter’s Lifeblood

A Mountain Hunter’s Lifeblood
Developing and Maintaining Strong Knees-Part 1 This article is Part 1 of a two-part series focusing on arguably the most problematic area of the human body, the knee. In this issue, I’ll address the keys to developing and maintaining healthy knees. Part 2 will attempt to bring some relief to those who suffer from chronic knee problems. The following list... Read More

The Silent Stalker-Part 2 of Taking Care of #1

The Silent Stalker-Part 2 of Taking Care of #1
Hypothermia Can Simultaneously Rob Your Mind as Well as Your Body I had gotten myself into a predicament. I was alone at just over 13,000 feet on December 2, hurriedly skinning my bighorn ram that I had taken the afternoon before.  The wind was blowing a steady 20-30 mph with higher gusts as clouds raced overhead with a foggy temperature inversion... Read More

Maintaining your Wheels-Part One of Taking Care of #1

Maintaining your Wheels-Part One of Taking Care of #1
Happy Feet are the Secret to Happy Hunting Some hunters hunt a few days a year and others have weeks if not months in the field.  Having comfortable and pain-free feet allows us to go longer and farther and have less downtime in the field. For some, it’s simply a matter of sliding on socks, tightening the laces, and going... Read More