North American Hunter- Having What It Takes

Does the bulk of your hunting practice include doing everything right to make the shot? Ok, so how do you practice getting yourself into position to make that heavily practiced shot?

Luck Is Made


When I started shooting archery in my early 20s, I shot a youth bow set at a mere 18 pounds with a 26-inch draw length, aiming at a target only 10 yards away. Having arrowed my largest bull elk, I had come a long way. Practice and training made the perfect partnership for success.

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Elk Hunter Magazine Spring 2015

The Foundation

Now Is The Best Time To Begin, Or Start Again

 

In the Spring, 2015 issue of EHM, Kristy discusses how the power of a positive mental attitude, proper planning, suppliments, hydration and a few nutrition tips can help you begin or start again on your road to improved health fitness. 

Elk Fit and Hunters Nutrition- Being fit enough to hike the mountains and pack out your game is critical. This topic is under-appreciated and under-appreciated. We talk about fitness tips, strategies, and the mental side of getting tough. Kristy Titus shares insight to taking care of your body and improving your overall health. This isn’t just about hunting; this is about quality of life!

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North American Hunter- Winter 2014

 

Hunting Calories During The Offseason

Targeting your heart rate will allow you to more accurately target more fat, and a lean hunter can go farther and hunt harder.

In the Winter 2014 issue of North American Hunter Magazine, my latest article discusses how you as a hunter can cover more miles and increase your hunting opportunities with cardiovascular training. A stronger heart and lungs allow you to travel farther-faster-and leave you with shorter recovery times, which equates to more sets and calling more predators.

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The Extra Mile- North American Hunter Magzine

 

The North American Hunter Magazine is circulated to nearly 1 million households around the world taking pride in being in the know in regards to all things hunting. Everything from finding that big buck in your woods or planning the next big hunting adventure.

North American Hunter Magazine has underwent a huge facelift, now featuring a large format, a true hunting lodge table top magazine featuring three newly added sections, a hunting section, an outdoor section and hunt club content. With all of these changes, I am honored to announce that NAH has added me to the list of magazine editors as fitness editor with a column entitled The Extra Mile, to the now seasonal publication.

The Spring/Summer issue, featured Spring Training Preparing to hunt black bears and maul the mountains one step at a time.

You are all invited to visit www.huntingclub.com and see for yourself how North American Hunter Magazine has changed.

I hope that you enjoy the new NAH Magazine.

All my best,

Kristy