In the Winter 2016 issue of Western Hunter Magazine has some great tips to jump start any nutrition protocol. Be sure to read my latest article 28 days for real life solutions for those of us with big goals and fast paced lives.
The Wild Kitchen
Wilderness is not a luxury
But a necessity
Of the human spirit.
It is an honor to serve as part of the amazing Wilderness Athletes that are changing how we as hunters appreciate the healthful bounty of the harvest and invest wholeheartedly in the care of our beautiful human bodies. Pick up a copy of the NEW Wilderness Athlete The Wild Kitchen cookbook. Inside, you will find education on nutrition, grocery shopping lists to get you started, information about supplements and of course recipes from our Wild Kitchen to yours.
Youth hunting ambassadors Morgan and Mason Baseley of 2 Girls Hunting interviewed myself along-side Eva Shockey and Taylor Drury on bullying and hunting. The amount of anti-hunter bullying that now takes place on social media has risen dramatically in recent years. In this interview, we discuss what hunters, especially lady hunters can do to stand up for what we believe in, educated with facts, and united in our cause- to ensure a future for our time honored traditions. Click here to read the article.
In the September issue of Cabela’s GUNSPORTS Magalog I share with readers some of my top tips. Whether you’re at the range or afield, having a well-stocked tool kit is critical to getting you back on target when things go wrong. In the article I detail my favorite must have items in a tool kit and firearm components. Read the article here….
The Winter Issue of Elk Hunter Magazine is available NOW. In this issue:
- A look at some of the best daypack/meat hauler combos
- Remi Warren's 24 Tips for Extreme Weather Hunting
- Part 2 of hunting with suppressors by Colton Bagnoli
- Corey Jacobsen's Warm Weather Meat Care
- George Bettas: Best Safe Practices for Packing Elk on Horses
- Fitness & Nutrition with Kristy Titus
Bringing the Backcountry to the Forefront- It is an honor to be on the cover of the September issue of Woman Hunter Magazine. With an in depth interview with Sheila Rockwell we talk about growing up out west where I discovered my love of the outdoors and hunting. I invite you all to check out the interview and subscribe to the magazine online.
Thank you Julie Mcqueen for shining the spotlight on Women Making A Difference in the latest MDF Magazine. It is an honor to be included in the article! You are right small contributions do add up to big changes. Women introducing other women or influencing children to take part in conservation and shooting sports. And we are making a huge positive financial impact for conservation. We are making a difference ladies. Every single one of us!!!
The Fall 2016 issue of Elk Hunter Magazine is in mail boxes and available at newsstands everywhere! Be sure to pick up a copy and check out my latest article- "Belly Up To A Good Bar" where I give a ton of tips on how to select a meal replacement bar. Pick up a copy at Cabela's and fuel your body right both on the mountain and off.
Check out the summer issue of Universal Hunter Magazine "What To Watch" article by Michelle Scheuermann to find out what you need to pack into your DVR including the "Women Who Hunt" segment for Carbon TV that captures the inspiration and motivation from three avid lady hunters, Jules McQueen, Jana Waller and myself.
The summer issue of Elk Hunter Magazine should have landed in your mailbox! If not you head over to your local Cabela's or local Newsstand and get your copy now! You are not going to want to miss my latest article entitled Shredded! I share some great tips on how to lean down while legging up for hunting season! There are many articles to help kick off your Hunting season a definite must read!
Supplements are big business with companies offering a variety of forms to help its users achieve positive change. However, certified nutritionist Kristy Titus in her recent article, “Label Lies” in April’s issue of Western Hunter magazine, warns consumers caveat emptor – or buyer beware – when it comes to nutritional supplements. Western Hunter is available on newsstands or visit http://westernhunter.net
Supplements are not FDA regulated and several manufacturers have recently been found guilty of selling supplements that did not contain the ingredients listed on the labels.
Titus explains in her article one way consumers get ‘duped’ into believing what they are taking is working for them is because of the placebo effect. “The mind is a very powerful force. We’ve all heard of the placebo effect - if you take a supplement expecting a specific result, your mind can work to manifest a similar result within the body or make you believe it happened. The power of placebo combined with the addition of fillers and stimulants has many consumers believing that they are consuming a product that is benefitting their health and wellness.” wrote Titus.
Titus shares in her article what consumers should look for when it comes to nutritional supplements – from pharmaceutical grade ingredients to third party testing. One company Titus endorses is Wilderness Athlete, http://wildernessathlete.com “All Wilderness Athlete Performance Products rest on the expertise of a board of experts that have over 100 years of combined clinical work at multiple prestigious universities and human performance labs around the world,” concluded Titus.
Learn more by picking up a copy of Western Hunter on newsstands now or by visiting http://westernhunter.net
The spring issue of Elk Hunter Magazine is in mailboxes & available for purchase. In this issue, I discuss foundational strength development and how to combat inflammation from your heavy lifting sessions. If you are wanting to put on strength and some size in the gym, you want to check out this article. I learned my lifting techniques as discussed in the article from a world class body builder, American Gladiator and Olympian Billy Smith. Do your Google searches folks- I trained with one of the best in the world and now you can learn some of his technique too. Check it out.
Thank you Kevin Paulson of HuntingLife.com for sharing my story with your readers.
Kristy Titus is honored to host NRA News I Am Forever Television Show, serve as an ambassador for Cabela’s, The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, RMEF’s Team Elk Television Show, Swarovski Optik, Buck Knives, Montana Silversmiths, and Wilderness Athlete. Her greatest hope is to inspire others, giving them the confidence to tackle the most demanding outdoor activities.
Kristy was raised leading a pack string of mules into the backcountry of Oregon, experiencing the thrill of public land, fair chase, do it yourself hunting. She believes that life’s lessons are best learned in the field with family and friends by your side, helping to develop sound personal character and values. The time she spent in the backcountry as a kid with her family created the entire core of who she is.
Kristy’s father taught her that there was no such thing as a goal or dream that was too big to make into a reality. Learning the value of setting goals and creating her own success started with small moments in the field; as a kid learning to handle, ride and pack mules, learning to call elk, strategize in the field and ultimately gaining the skills to hunt solo on public land.