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Not only is it time to get your gear
in shape.
IT"S TIME TO GET YOU IN SHAPE !!!!!!
Been sitting around all summer fishing,
laying in the shade or just goofing
off.
The time is getting close to hunt again.
Need to lose a few pounds so the hills
don't seem steeper than last year or
so you can get into your camo.
The best way is to push away from
the table and go for a walk after
supper.
Also good idea to lift a few light
weights.
It will help when you are draging
that deer out this fall.
This is just a reminder,I try to
follow my own advice,do a lot of walking
year round,but need a little more
exercise before hunting season.
Have Fun !!!!!!!
 

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Great point Plinker! You'd hate to spook the dear because you had to huff and puff with that 15 pound stand on your back, another 5 pounds of tree steps, and another 10 to 15 pounds of extra clothes and junk some people carry into the woods. Cardio health is good, but building up a little strength and stamina can be good too. I have yet to buy a climbing treestand, and it seems like I always have to put those cern steps into the hardest oak in the woods! Having a little extra strength and stamina help a long ways when you have to screw in 8 or 10 steps. It helps in several other ways too. Being in good shape sure makes you a more effective hunter, and it makes the whole expereince that mush more enjoyable. Have fun getting in shape, but know you limits too. Never push it too hard. Can't wait for the season to start in September!

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55lbs. WOW!!!!!

way to go Sid,what did you do to get
that much weight off.Thats great!

peashooter
You are right it sure makes hunting
more enjoyable when you are in good
shape. It wont be long now.
 

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Dang Phil

Sounds like you got the dream job. :D
Well anyway I was talking about the
rest of us duffers who work in the
cold airconditioned climate of building.
Where the living is easy and soft.:D :D
We have to get out and sweat a little
so we know what it is when hunting
season gets here. :D :D :D
 

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Sid

Sounds like you are doing the right
thing and just in time,keep up the good
work. So you will be around for many
hunting seasons to come.

Phil
Get your blood suger checked often.
Friend if mine is going through a tuff
time right now,trying to get his under
controle. Wife had sugar didn't bother
to check his,then pow bout did him in.

All I have is just a few new pains from
time to time,but that goes with the
territory.:D
 

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Im not realy going to worry about it to much. 18 6'5 165. Even though I know when I shoot a nice 200lb buck in sept. w/bow and I have to drag it out 500yards. And I make it about 10 yards I will be thinking of you Plinker. Huffin and puffin. Even though Im the 18 yearold youngester in the group Im still in the "rest of us duffers who work in the cold airconditioned climate of building. Where the living is easy and soft" group. I really should be bustin my hump on the farm or carrying block or pounding nails but this is so much nicer :).

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