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Whether you’re a flatlander, hunt out West, or past your prime, we want to make you a better hunter through fitness.

2018 TRAIN TO HUNT CHALLENGE EVENTS ARE LIVE

UPCOMING TRAIN TO HUNT CHALLENGES

The Train To Hunt Challenge was born in 2011 and designed to give hunters, not only a reason to train in the early parts of the year, but to give them a testing ground for their training program.

Tucson, AZ

April 7, 2018

Roanoke, TX

April 21, 2018

Ashland, Oregon

April 28, 2018

Bonners Ferry, ID

May 26, 2018

See Complete 2018 Schedule

OUR PARTICIPANTS SAY

“I am so grateful to be part of Train To Hunt. It is a great feeling to have a family of hunters. I thought my love for the outdoors could not be matched. You all have proven me wrong. When I see competitors push every once of grit they have and then some. You know their love is equally as strong. I look forward to the day. We all gather and tame the mountain.”

TREVER E. NIESTRATH • MEN'S OPEN NATIONALS CHAMPION

“Since completing my first competition in Arizona my hunting preparation changed. For me, the mental aspect outweighs the physical part of it. Nothing will break you down quicker than being a few miles from the truck with 120 lbs in your backpack and feeling like you can’t take another step. Train to Hunt really prepares you mentally for that challenge.”

BROCK AKERS • MEN'S TEAM NATIONALS CHAMPION

“TTH has shown me that I can always improve my physical ability for the backcountry and gave me some great workouts that are hunting oriented.”

LANE WALTER

“I discovered TTH by word of mouth.  The few people that I knew who participated in TTH prior had amazing things to say and I knew I had to be a part of it in 2015.  After I heard that TTH involved a mix of trail running, CrossFit and archery, I knew I would be competing with my kind of people. I look forward to training with some of the great friends I made through TTH and continue to grow as a bow hunter.”

JOHN BIELAK
“Train to Hunt has given me a confidence in my shooting and my packing. When I run up a hill to get a shot at an elk, belly crawl through the sage or snow for a deer, or just spend a 10 mile day trying to locate game, I know I still have the reserves to make the shot and the pack out (assuming a hit…) When I first began elk hunting I wondered how I was going to get an animal off the mountain. Now I know.”
WILLY BEEBE

WHAT WE DO

Fitness is the only piece of equipment that you can make better or worse. The team at Train To Hunt wants to extend wellness and longevity as well as improve performance for hunters.

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