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    Scouting season specifically. Legs....legs and more legs......burpees take care of the core strength.

    1) Goblet squats
    2) Treadmill utilizing an incline program
    3) Burpees

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    Simple....Squats, lunges, deadlifts

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    My wife bought me a maxi climber and I like it. I can't go out in the winter too much because of 5 hrs of daylight & 12' of snow in the mountains. I can put my pack on with whatever weight and actually feel like i am climbing mountains.

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    Love it "5 hours daylight and 12 ft of snow" Awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by tim View Post
    those man makers some one put up a few years ago, work really well.
    Basically go into plank with dumbbells in your hand, do a push up, do an arm raise for each arm, than burpee up and push the dumbells over your head, burpee back into plank and repeat.
    These are good as long as your shoulders are good.

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    running trails lots of summer mountain hikes and cutting firewood

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    Quote Originally Posted by wa-hunter View Post
    running trails lots of summer mountain hikes and cutting firewood
    Except the running trails part, this is what mine is primarily. I got an elliptical now, so that helps when I can't get something in outside.

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    If you're like many out there who get NO exercise, I think getting that cardio in is #1, walking, running, being able to walk 5miles a day for 7 days straight is very different than being able to go out and walk 5miles once a month.

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    Heavy, weighted carries for distance.

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    IronStrength for Runners by Dr. Jordan Metzl

    It is all about building leg, glute, and core strength with an emphasis on injury prevention. It makes a huge difference on long climbs, just be prepared to walk like a penguin the next couple days after the workout. Its horrific... in a good way.

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