Train to Hunt Blog2017-07-24T15:43:35+00:00

“The Importance of Posterior Chain Training For Backcountry Performance.”-Tyler Hoelzen, TTH Personal Coach

By: Ty Hoelzen, CPT When I ask the majority of the general public about what they do for posterior chain training, I get the “deer in the headlights” response. The immediate question that then follows their response is, “What the

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ALTITUDE SICKNESS – Wilderness Medicine Article Review By Ryan Clairmont

RelevanceEvery year 30 million people find themselves in Resort towns 6500-9800 feet. Tens of Thousands of climbers, trekkers, and skiers worldwide ascend to elevations from 9800ft to 18,000ft, often at a rate that exceeds an individual’s ability to acclimatize. As

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