Bow Hunting Training 402

Second in grad work is one of the most important questions we ask as bow hunting trainers: What’s the best way to train? Inside or outside? New or old? Science, technology and machines or nature, bow and body? There are … Continue reading

Bow Hunting Training 401

Welcome to grad school. BHT 401 is designed for people looking to take bow hunting training to the next level. Strength/endurance, mobility/agility and mental mastery is all a prerequisite and will help propel you into the world of advanced bow hunting training.

Bow Hunting Training 401

BHT 401 Exercises

Bow Work:

Half Bow Flip

Bow Flip

1 1/2 Bow Flip

Half Bow Flip, pause, Half Bow Flip

Bow Flip to Draw

Kick Flip to Draw

Spin, Catch & Draw (both directions)

Ground Work:

Agility Running

Sprint & Draw

Sprint in Draw

High Knee in Draw

Cartwheel, Grab & Draw

Cartwheel Draw

Handspring, Grab & Draw

Handspring & Draw

Kip Up, Grab & Draw

Kip Up & Draw

Distance Jump, Grab & Draw

Tree Work:

Basic Climb

Jump Climb

Tree Pop to Draw

Tree Pop, Roll & Draw

Hang & Draw

Drop & Draw

Hurdle, Grab & Draw

Hurdle Grab to Draw

Hurdle & Draw

Step Jump, Grab & Draw

Step Jump & Draw

Swing, Grab & Draw

Drop, Grab & Draw

Jump & Swing Drop

Jump, Swing Drop & Draw

Jump, Swing Drop w/ Turn & Draw

Stealth Work:

Tree Hiding

Brush Hiding

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The goal of BHT 402: Take all the bow hunting strength and movement skills to an advanced/mastery level.

Bow Hunting Training

The Coursework:

Bow Hunting Training

Undergraduate

100 Level – Strength & Endurance
101 – Basic Bow Strength
102 – Basic Draw Strength
103 – Combo Bow & Draw Strength

200 Level – Movement & Agility
201 – Basic Movement
202 – Intermediate Movement

Upper Level

300 – Mental/Mind/Preparation
301 – Mindfulness & Attitude
302 – Bow-ga

Graduate

400 – Advanced Skills
401 – Advanced Movement Skills
402 – Training Styles (Indoor vs. Outdoor)