Welcome to the home of training for bow hunting. Dedicated to taking the bowed arts to the next level, Bow Hunting Training is about getting the body ready to do amazing things with a bow in hand. We’ll leave the technical side of shooting and archery to the masters in that realm but here we focus on developing the bow-body relationship. Here is where we take bow hunting training to the next level.
I’ve designed this as a pseudo college course set up. The basics are covered in undergraduate work (101 and 201 with some upper level undergraduate work in 301) and the graduate level training is in 401 and beyond.
This is, of course, all done out of fun but I hope you enjoy it and if you do decide to try some of these things please be careful, there is no need to hurt yourself for no reason. You’ll see I very rarely use arrows for good reason. 🙂
Back on track! After another nice hiatus we are continuing the 100 level courses with BHT 103. This strength program focuses on the straight arm strength and stability of the bow arm in a more advanced way than 101. A … Continue reading →
We are back in action! After a little break to take care of life, the Bare 5 blog and some ninja warrior training, it’s time to continue the bowed arts with another upper division/advanced undergraduate course. Once again this level … Continue reading →
Continuing the development of the undergraduate courses with some extended training of the basic movement skills with a bow in your hand… Bow Hunting Training 202 BHT 202 is about expanding the movement skills, particularly in terms of agility, quickness … Continue reading →
We are now going to explore the second level of each bow hunting training category… Bow Hunting Training 102 BHT 101 is about building strength and stamina, particularly in your bow arm and shoulder. BHT 102 continues the same approach … Continue reading →