September Has Arrived
1. Establish a heavy Snatch #135,155,175,185,195,205
2. Establish a heavy C&J #185,215,235,255,265
3. 5x10 Back Squats climbing #185,205,225,245,265
4. EMOM for 8 Minutes x5 Muscle Ups with #10 Vest
Hiked with #40 pack in the mountains. Ready for the opener tomorrow evening.
September 1st, 2015
1. Deadlift #235x10, #285x5, #335x3
2. Reverse Hypers 4x15 #225
3. Push Press 5x5 #155 technique work and bar path.
4. GHD Raises 3x5
5. 3x10 Dumbbell Strict Shoulder Press #40's
Ready for a rest day, those squats really got me on Monday. I hope to arrow a big bear or big buck tonight. I've been seeing a ton of bear sign as I hike into my spot, so there's a real good chance of getting an opportunity for spot and stalk. My stand has one shooter buck that already shed his velvet. I think he's mid 130's with a split G2, I want to see him in person to try to better age him, as it stands I think he is 3 and half years old.
September 2nd, 2015
REST DAY - slept about 3 hours last night. Got home from packing my bear out late. Shot a really good boar and a color phase to boot. Really proud of this bear as I had 4 cameras out in the area I was hunting and knew about him. I was mainly deer hunting mountain bucks, but this bear loves to come by my stand and work the mud as I have a dried up spring nearby. I wasted no time when I saw him and made a one shot kill. He went about 150 yards and piled up. It was a major effort to get him out and then make it to work on time the next morning at 5:30am. Nobody knows how much a bowhunter will sacrifice to be successful, unless they are a bowhunter of course. Check out the video at the bottom!
September 3rd, 2015
Took the day off from hunting to pack for elk camp!
1. 60 minute AMRAP (gross):
10 Ground to shoulder with #100 Dball
6 rounds + 449 meters.
Shot a few arrows, looking forward to Idaho elk opener.
September 4th, 2015
Working the morning shift and heading to Idaho for a 5 day hunt. Peace!