Bow Hunting Training 102

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

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 101

Bow hunting training is a journey, an education, a commitment and, like every other similar endeavor, it starts at the beginning with the basics.

Bow Hunting Training 101

BHT 101 is about building strength and stamina, particularly in your bow arm and shoulder. We accomplish this through a collection of simple moves that progress in weight, reps and time until you’re able to hold and move a much heavier bar than any bow you’ll come across. The goal by the end of 101 is to feel strong holding and moving a bow in your hands.

As with all the courses, we will have a video followed by the specific exercises with some detail and a few discussion points when necessary.

BHT 101 – The Exercises

Static Bar Hold

Bar Side Raise

Lateral Bar Pushout

Lateral Bar Pushout w/ Step Back Draw

Bar Press & Aim

Crouch Walk (Forward & Back)

Crouch to Standing Draw

Crouch to Stand in Draw

Rotation in Draw

Cable Pull in Draw

The Archer

The main goal: strengthen the shoulders, particularly the bow side.