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ridgerunner
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Dec-23-03, 
06:13 PM (MST)
"Off season conditioning"

What does everyone do in the offseason to stay in prime shape for hunting season?

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 Subject   Author   Message Date   ID 
 RE: Off season...  dakotakid      Dec-23-03   1 
  RE: Off season...  Cooter      Dec-23-03   2 
   RE: Off season...  polarbear      Dec-23-03   3 
    RE: Off season...  MrBaitnFish      Dec-23-03   4 
     RE: Off season...  NUNYA      Dec-24-03   5 
      RE: Off season...  COHunter      Dec-24-03   6 
       RE: Off season...  glomdawg      Dec-24-03   7 
        RE: Off season...  OSOK      Dec-24-03   8 
         RE: Off season...  horseshoe      Dec-24-03   9 
          RE: Off season...  saminwy      Dec-25-03   10 
           RE: Off season...  ICMDEER      Dec-25-03   11 

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dakotakid
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Dec-23-03, 
06:15 PM (MST)
1. "RE: Off season conditioning"

Nothing extraordinary, just my daily routines.

Mike

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Cooter
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Dec-23-03, 
07:59 PM (MST)
2. "RE: Off season conditioning"

I cut back to 1 case of beer a week, 2 cans of snuff per week and increase my Little Debbie intake to no more than 4 pcs a day.

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polarbear
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Dec-23-03, 
08:19 PM (MST)
3. "RE: Off season conditioning"

I keep my cardio in good shape by going to strip clubs! A good couch dance can do wonders for the heart and lungs! Other than that, its pizza, beer and trying to get all my farts out before season! Cooter, now you know what you are in for when you come out to snipe a rainforrest buck!
Eric


Life long "vagitarian"

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MrBaitnFish
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Dec-23-03, 
09:10 PM (MST)
4. "RE: Off season conditioning"

My name sums it up.

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NUNYA
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Dec-24-03, 
07:50 AM (MST)
5. "RE: Off season conditioning"

Diving out of bedroom windows and running from P.O. husbands. Dodging bullets also gives practice for the Ut. general rifle hunt.

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COHunter
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Dec-24-03, 
08:49 AM (MST)
6. "RE: Off season conditioning"

Dang maybe I should try the above mentioned !!!!

I get on the old Eliptical Rider for 30 min each day, but I'm starting to have a change of heart after seeing how others are staying in shape

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glomdawg
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Dec-24-03, 
10:03 AM (MST)
7. "RE: Off season conditioning"

That's easy..... Just go Skiing... Went to Breck yesterday and my legs felt like they were going to fall off after about 20 runs!!! Tim

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Dec-24-03, 
10:07 AM (MST)
8. "RE: Off season conditioning"

Phesbian and quailee walking!!! Orrr, aaa, it's supposed to hunting, I think, right???

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Dec-24-03, 
06:48 PM (MST)
9. "RE: Off season conditioning"

Buy yourself a 30 year old sled and use it.You'll be in great shape, just make sure it runs good so as to get you allot further from the truck.The continual breakdowns will provide a sort of therapy that only you will appreciate, you can expand your training by buying an ancient dirt bike, who the hell needs a mountain bike,you probably wished you had more time to yourself, problem solved. For every hour on the sled you have at least eight to walk back.Be warned,the faster the skidoo the greater the potential workout.Beginers should opt for a smaller snowmoble. Man I wish I had some discretionary income.

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Dec-25-03, 
06:32 AM (MST)
10. "RE: Off season conditioning"

ahh yeah, old sleds are a great work out. pulling the start cord for hours on end is a great upperbody workout(dont forget, this is a good time to practice up on yer cussin)and once the decrepid old thing starts, you get to enjoy the scenery for a while(all the smoke helps to lubricate your lungs for the walk back)then you get to start the cardio and lower body work out. feel the burn.

sam

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Dec-25-03, 
07:03 AM (MST)
11. "RE: Off season conditioning"

I'm getting too old to do all that fun and scary stuff. Mostly, I spend my time scouting or hunting predators - just hiking around. And I do quite a bit of walking on our place. We irrigate all summer, so that takes lots of outdoor walking in big boots. Then I spend time on an eliptical, and use a torso track. I also put a 50 pound sack of salt in my pack and carry it around quite a bit. That's about it.

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