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After using practically every supplement that Wilderness Athlete offers, I have experienced the benefits of each and have seen how each supplement they make has a specific purpose in mind and each does its respective job very well. However, there are a few supplements that are absolute staples in my supplements stack. There are a few supplements that it should go without saying need to be a regular part of your daily supplement intake (multi-vitamin, protein, and omega-3 fish oil) as without them your training and nutrition efforts will not be nearly as effective as they could be. But there are a few others that have earned a special place in my pantry and I will never train (or hunt) without them again.
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In Part I, we examined the major muscle groups involved in drawing and shooting your bow. It was clear that muscles involved in drawing and shooting your bow went well beyond your back and shoulders. In Part II, we went over some stretches and movements that can strengthen and add mobility to your rotator cuff muscles, thus improving strength and reducing the risk of injury. Now it is time to look at the resistance training that will strengthen the major muscle groups involved in shooting your bow Continue Reading…