Tip: Getting in a good workout can boost your morale. Many of us have "those days" where it's too hot, cold, windy, rainy, etc, outside to get in a proper workout. Often times we tell ourselves to take a day off and one day turns into a week. It's a slippery slope. Getting in a good workout from home can not only be effective in keeping you in shape, but lift your spirits and boost your overall confidence.
Here's a few tips to get you headed in the right direction:
1. Stairs are a great way to get in a good workout. Walk, Run, or Put on your pack and hike the stairs. Working out on stairs is a great way to increase heartrate, and burn calories.
2. Pushups. Pushups are a great way to build chest muscles and back muscles at the same time. They provide a release of testosterone that can only be found by working legs or chest.
3. Barbell. Every bowhunter needs to have the strength to hold his bow back for long amounts of time. Working the barbell will help increase stamina and ensure when the time comes, you are ready! Rifle Hunters can substitute a board or empty rifle pointed away from people.
4. Wear your pack while you workout. Not only will this increase core strength, but it's a good way to get you used to doing different movements while wearing the pack.
Don't be too hard on yourself. No one is perfect. If you fail while on the path to your fitness goal, try again tomorrow.
Day 9: Food examples
- 2 Eggs, 2 Sausage Links, Half an Avacado
- 1 LOW CARB Protein Shake
- 2 Cheese sticks with salami
- Salami Sandwich on Keto Bread
- Ribeye and Veggies
- Sugar free Jello Parfait with heavy whipping cream on top
- Gatorade Zero
- WATER WATER WATER
- 1 Coke Zero
At this point in the challenge you should be thinking about what exercises you want include in your own workouts and get in at least 30-60 mins of continuous physical exercise every day.
- Light weight training
- Climbing stairs
- Walking up hills
- Hiking with pack
- Rucking in the city with hunting boots on
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