Western Hunter Magazine- Winter 2015

The Winter issue of Western Hunter Magazine arrived in mailboxes this month. My recent article, Avioid the Bonk, Glycemic Index Explained, I discuss how various carbohydrates function within the body. Other great articles fill the pages including Rain Warriors Part II by Ryan Hatfield on extreme weather raingear. 

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Western Hunter Magazine- Fall 2015

On The Go

Renew Your Commitment To Eating Healthy All The Time

Eating  out, or even simply a busy lifestyle on the go, is no excuse to deviate from your healthy nutrition program. It can get even worse in the fall as we travel to and from scouting and hunts. With a little education on how to order in restaurants and quick snack ideas, your diet doesn't have to be sabotaged due to a busy lifestyle.

In the Fall issue of Wester Hunter Magazine I give tips that can help you maintain a healthy lifestyle on the go. Everything from breakfast, snack, lunch and dinner tips. 

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Articles, tips, and gear reviews from editors such as Ryan Hatfield, Nate Simmons, Randy Ulmer, Remmi Warren, George Bettas, Kristy Titus, Chris Denham and more. 

Western Hunter Magazine- Summer 2015

In the Summer 2015 Issue of Western Hunter Magazine, I write about finding balance to fuel your body for optimal performance. Below is a pre-view of her article, but also found below is a pre-view of an article authored by a good friend of mine, Rick Carone of Sheep Shape TV. 

I hope that after reading these pre-views, that you will subscribe to Western Hunter Magazine if you are not already a subscriber. CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE NOW.

Feed The Machine

As With Life, Balance Is Key

Fueling our body for optimal performance is sometimes easier said than done. Bottom line, in order for us to grow muscle while losing body fat, we have to eat properly. The difference between achieving our health fitness goals and falling short can be as simple as the prey we seek on our hunts; clean, lean, complete protein.

Optimal protein intake is going to vary from person to person based on a myriad of variables such as age, lean body mass, activity level, etc. Ideally, you consume enough protein to repair and rebuild tissue. The National Research Council RDA (Recommended Dietary Allowance) for maintenance under normal conditions has been established that adults should consume .8 grams of complete protein for every kg. of body weight per day. The general guideline that I use is 1 - 1.5 grams of complete protein for each pound of body weight per day. 

Mom & Dad's Ram

By Rick Carone:

Life has ups and downs; the trick is to seize the moment. We sometimes take for granted the beauty of a sunrise; the echo of Canada geese; or the crunching leaves from a whitetail buck on the frost-lined forest floor. Sometimes we do this because we're in a rush to get to work, attend and event, or even to catch up on our favorite TV show. Sadly, more often than not, it takes a life-changing event to truly open our eyes, ears, heart and soul to what truly matters.

"Upon waking up, I knew something was wrong...My family was crying and I received the news no one want to hear..."

Why Subscribe to Western Hunter Magazine? 

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 will help you to  take care of your body and improving your overall health. This isn’t just about hunting; this is about quality of life!

Being in shape and feeling vigorous is key to being an efficient and effective hunter. Professional trainers Mark Paulsen and Kristy Titus teach you exercise and fitness techniques, how to eat better, and how to pack meals for mountain hunting.

Gear is one of the most critical subjects in all of western hunting, and Western Hunter Magazine brings detailed write-ups and reviews in each and every issue. Backpacks, boots, optics, ammo, clothing and more. We only review and focus on product we believe in.

Western Hunter Magazine- Spring 2015

Abs Are Made In The Kitchen

-Meal Planning For A Leaner, Harder, Healthier Physique

Your fitenss goals have been set and this is your year to take on the mountain with a healthier, leaner, hardery physique than ever before. In order to achieve your goals, you have to become stronger than your excuses, and learn to manage your time. Now is the time to create a system that will keep you on track and eating clean throughout the week. 

Meal planning will help you stick to and maintain a diet that is filled with whole natural foods that maximize your energy levels while promoting fat burning and muscle development.

Why Subscribe to Western Hunter Magazine? 

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 will help you to  take care of your body and improving your overall health. This isn’t just about hunting; this is about quality of life!

Being in shape and feeling vigorous is key to being an efficient and effective hunter. Professional trainers Mark Paulsen and Kristy Titus teach you exercise and fitness techniques, how to eat better, and how to pack meals for mountain hunting.

Gear is one of the most critical subjects in all of western hunting, and Western Hunter Magazine brings detailed write-ups and reviews in each and every issue. Backpacks, boots, optics, ammo, clothing and more. We only review and focus on product we believe in.

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Western Hunter Magazine Winter 2014

The winter has arrived and as I write this, I look out my window at over two feet of snow. Already, I am looking forward to the fall of 2015. Fortunately, there are many hunts and opportunities to get out on the mountain before then. 

The magazines that I subscribe to accumulate most of the year and I take the time to sit down and read them during these short days, dreaming about the hunt. Western Hunter Winter issue just landed in my mail box and inside there is some great articles. South Cox wrote an article that I found very interesting on satellite communication and texting while on the mountain. Looks like with his tips, I need to upgrade my technical or lack thereof equipment.

Chris Denham's Gear Product Highlight of the new Swarovski STR 80 Spotting scope has me drooling for one! My shooting schools next year will be so much more amazing with this scope. No more will I have to look through my rifle scope to act as spotter for my shooting buddies. The scope will allow me to be over my shooter and better watch bullet trace for better calls. 

My editorial Hunters Nutrition, featured a little run down on what to look for when buying a protein powder. 

If you don't subscribe to Western Hunter and Elk Hunter Magazines, you should. Inside, you will find a lot of great information that will make your 2015 season more enjoyable and hopefully more successful all while passing the short days and long winter nights by. 

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Western Hunter Magazine Fall 2014

There is no finish line, healthy eating is a lifestyle. The foods that you choose to fuel your body can make or break your next dream hunt; begin making the choices today that will take you to the top.

In the fall issue of Western Hunter Magazine, Kristy talks about how to be mindful of your food choices, your meal frequency, calories consumed within each meal and nutrient ratios per meal should be part of your daily routine.

Within every issue you will find helpful gear reviews, tactics, information and more from our experienced team of editors including: Ryan Hatfield, Nate Simmons, Mike Duplan, Roy Grace, Bryan Martin, Chris Denham, Kristy Titus, Tony Bynum, Andrew Chamberlain and Remi Warren.

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Western Hunter Magazine Summer 2014

In the Summer issue of Western Hunter Magazine Kristy's article titled "The Paleo Lifestyle" Kristy discusses exactly what is the Paleo diet, her experience with the diet and suggestions on where to start eating a diet based on the paleo lifestyle. 

Every issue features helpful gear reviews, tactics, information and more from our experienced team of editors including: Ryan Hatfield, Nate Simmons, Mike Duplan, Roy Grace, Bryan Martin, Chris Denham, Kristy Titus, Tony Bynum, Andrew Chamberlain and Remi Warren.

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Western Hunter Magazine Spring 2014

In the Spring issue of Western Hunter Magazine, Kristy's article titled "Sodium Intake on an Extended Hunt" Kristy discusses how much sodium you really need to consume and even makes some low sodium meal alternatives. 

Every issue features helpful gear reviews, tactics, information and more from our experienced team of editors including: Ryan Hatfield, Nate Simmons, Mike Duplan, Roy Grace, Bryan Martin, Chris Denham, Kristy Titus, Tony Bynum, Andrew Chamberlain and Remi Warren.

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Western Hunter Magazine Spring 2013

In the Spring issue of Western Hunter Magazine Kristy's article titled "Climb Higher; Food Fuels Exercise" Kristy discusses how food fuels exercise and how to eat with mindfulness in order to enhance your performance and overall health. 

Every issue of Western Hunter Magazine features helpful gear reviews, tactics, information and more from our experienced team of editors including: Ryan Hatfield, Nate Simmons, Mike Duplan, Roy Grace, Bryan Martin, Chris Denham, Kristy Titus, Tony Bynum, Andrew Chamberlain and Remi Warren.

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