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Episode 88: Shanley Young

Episode 88: Shanley Young

What has Archery, Softball, Volleyball, Hunting, Fishing, Crime Scene Investigation & a little motivation all in one? This podcast!! Joining us from No Limits Archery & the site of the Alpha Bowhunting Challenge is Avid Hunter, Outdoorswoman & Forensic Agent, Shanley Young. Shanley talks about her background in Science & Forensic Chemistry, her days at the NYPD and her move to Colorado to work for the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.

Episode 61: Ty Hoelzen

Episode 61: Ty Hoelzen

Continuing our Fitness week, we have Personal Trainer & man of many hats, Ty Hoelzen. Not only is he a Personal Trainer but he is also a Firefighter, Baseball Coach, Miss Nevada Coach, Business Owner and much more.

Episode 57: Kenton & Ryan Clairmont with Train to Hunt

Episode 57: Kenton & Ryan Clairmont with Train to Hunt

From Sheep Show in Reno, Nevada, we are joined by Kenton & Ryan Clairmont with Train to Hunt. This podcast has been a year in the making and it is the perfect time for it's release, to give people the information they need, to conquer their 2018 goals. Train to Hunt has made a huge impact on Brandon's life and he shares with the brothers how much they have influenced not only him, but his family as well.

Episode 52: Team Wilderness Attitude

Episode 52: Team Wilderness Attitude

The team took a few months off during hunting season, but they are back! Jason DeWeese, Matt Howell & Greg Mumm join Brandon to catch up or their hunting seasons. Matt shares his story of missing an epic buck, Jason talks about how different it was for him to hunt in Texas & Greg talks about getting a nice buck in freezing Utah temperatures.

Episode 31: Team Wilderness Attitude

Episode 31: Team Wilderness Attitude

The team (Matt Howell, Greg Mumm, Jason DeWeese & Brandon) catch up over some beers & BBQ. Brandon talks about his encounter with a badger, his recent trip to the ER and fills us in on his elk chasing adventures. Greg & Matt talk about their close calls with some elk and Jason shares how it feels to be out of his walking cast and on the mountain. The team also talks about the current state of hunting ethics with today's technology and what Katadyn & Wilderness Athlete products they have been using to be successful this season.

Episode 20: Kaitie Vigna

Episode 20: Kaitie Vigna

This week we are joined by part-owner of Prevail Outdoors and adventure seeker, Kaitie Vigna. Kaitie has been actively involved in the outdoors for about 4 years and has a newfound love for archery and hunting. She shares how Prevail got it's start, how hard it is to find the perfect hunting gear, and what's in store for Prevail in 2017. We also talk about how she is preparing for her first hunt, her last experience with setting up trail cameras 11 hours from home, and what it means to have a Wilderness Attitude.

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Episode 19: Team Wilderness Attitude

Episode 19: Team Wilderness Attitude

The team (Matt Howell, Arielle Ferguson, Jason DeWeese & Greg Mumm) are back to touch base and see what everyone has been up to the past few weeks. Matt talks about his experience at the Total Archery Challenge, Arielle breaks down her first run at Train to Hunt Nationals, Jason gives us an update on his foot surgery and we give Arielle and Matt new nicknames. We also talk with Greg about his latest adventures in scouting and discuss what gear each of us still needs for the upcoming season. Also, we have some exciting news about some new companies who have joined us!

Episode 17: Phil Mendoza, Luke Boddy & Nathan Kimball

Episode 17: Phil Mendoza, Luke Boddy & Nathan Kimball

Joining us from the Train to Hunt Nationals in Colorado, Phil Mendoza, Luke Boddy & Nathan Kimball talk about how they prepared for this competition. Phil talks about his company No Limits Archery and Luke and Phil talk about their involvement in their own archery competition event, Alpha Bowhunting. We also discuss how everyone got started with archery, how important it is to get family involved in the outdoors and how the wilderness has made each of us a better man.