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Old 07-08-2009, 08:07 AM
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Default RE: Conditioning for hunting season.

Robertsubnet: I hear that!! In 1984, I competed for two days, 5 events each day, in Phoenix, in August. Pretty sure it was the 12-13th. Actually, it was Sun Devil Stadium, Tempe . Only shade was the walkway within the stadium. At 7:00 am each day it was over 90*, with the temp hitting close to 112* early afternoon.

I quarantee, anyone that says " yeah, but it's a dry heat " hasn't experienced it in working conditions. I could not believe how hot it gets out there that early in the morning. Good luck with your prep.
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Old 07-08-2009, 08:48 AM
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I modified my workout when I hit fifty. I'm walking/jogging three miles, three times a week, and on again off again on my weight routine. Of course, I shoot my bow four times a week, so that might be the only arm exercise that I need.
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