#1 - Motivation to get off the couch earlier this year!
Believe us, we know it's hard to stay motivated during the Spring and Summer. Signing up for a Train to Hunt Challenge gives you one more reason to get in shape (or stay in shape) NOW, instead of when it's too late.
#2 - 15% off Wilderness Athlete products for the rest of the year. You heard us right... send us your Train to Hunt Challenge Registration email and we'll set you up with a 15% discount on everything you order through the end of 2015. SEE DETAILS BELOW!
#3 - You're guaranteed to have an awesome time.Don't get us wrong, it's not going to be easy. But we're not looking for "easy" and neither are you! This is going to be tough and you're going to love and hate every minute of it. You know what we're talking about...
#4 - Wilderness Athlete will be at the finish line with a cold Hydrate & Recover and a pat on the back. Can you beat that?
To qualify for the Train to Hunt 15% off discount, you must send your registration confirmation email tocontactus@wildernessathlete.
From Jerry Tepps: A friend invited me on a hunt of a life time. An archery hunt for elk in Idaho. Being from the Midwest I have never had the opportunity to hunt mountains terrain that would challenge my ability to keep up and not hold up the others in the hunting party. After the [...]
Why doesn't Wilderness Athlete make an energy shot? (We admit we tricked you into opening this blog post) The power behind Wilderness Athlete’s drink products is the POWDER. Why? Anytime a nutrient (herb, mineral, vitamin, or amino acid) is placed in solution (liquid), it immediately begins to degrade and lose its potency. From the day that any raw [...]
Last May I was contacted by a friend to ask if I wanted to be on a New TV show Sheep Shape. This show is no ordinary show. It is a show about overcoming adversity. It just so happens I have had to do a little of that. On March 1st, 2007 I was in [...]
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There are those who are born to be outdoors, those with the inherent mental, physical, and spiritual fortitude to conquer mountains, scale cliffs, endure extreme conditions, and explore the Earth’s untamed wilderness. We are not those people. We—Michael “Bathtub” Tyler and Ben “Mulius Caesar” Harper—set out to hike the Arizona Trail, outfitted with some nice Wilderness Athlete backpacks, some camping [...]