High Intensity Training for Hunters

High Intensity Training for Hunters

High Intensity Training for Hunters

Quick Results with High Intensity Training for Hunters?

Greg C. Moriates

Greg C. Moriates

Owner of Train Hunt Eat

What is
High Intensity Training for Hunters?

What is High Intensity Training for Hunters or High Intensity Hunter Training?  Well, it is High Intensity Interval Training (HITs) training with a twist for the Hunter by Train Hunt Eat.  Simply put, Train Hunt Eat, used science and experience to formulate High Intensity Training for the Hunter. Our goal for our Train Hunt Eat athletes are to be in peak physical condition for their next outdoor adventure, whether it is chasing elk, rams, whitetail, going for an intense ride, run, hike or climb.  


What is High-intensity interval training (HIIT)?  HIITS is a form of interval training, a cardiovascular exercise strategy alternating short periods of intense anaerobic exercise with less intense recovery periods, until too exhausted to continue. Though there is no universal HIIT session duration, these intense workouts typically last under 30 minutes, with times varying based on a participant’s current fitness level.


HIIT workouts provide improved athletic capacity and condition as well as improved glucose metabolism. Research has shown that HIIT regimens produced significant reductions in the fat mass of the whole-body.

What Does High Intensity Training
for the
Hunter Consist of?

HIHT exercise sessions generally consist of a warm up period, then several repetitions of high-intensity exercise separated by medium intensity exercise for recovery, then a cool down period. The high-intensity exercise should be done at near maximum intensity. The medium exercise should be about 50% intensity. The number of repetitions and length of each depends on the exercise, but may be as little as three repetitions with just 20-45 seconds of intense exercise.  The specific exercises performed during the high-intensity portions vary. 


There is no specific formula to HIIT. Depending on one’s level of cardiovascular development, the moderate-level intensity can be as slow as walking. At Train Hunt Eat, we find the ideal formula involves a 2:1 ratio of work to recovery periods, for example, 30–40 seconds of hard sprinting alternated with 15–20 seconds of jogging or walking, repeated to failure.


The entire HIIT session may last between four and thirty minutes, meaning that it is considered to be an excellent way to maximize a workout that is limited by time constraints.  


Train Hunt Eat fitness experts recommend using of a clock or timer is recommended to keep accurate times, the number of rounds, and intensity.  


If you think think all sounds familiar, it is.  This is the basis of cross-fit and other training regimens.  At Train Hunt Eat.  We like Hight Intensity Hunter Training as we design our programs as part of our function training systems.  Simply, our systems are designed for the hunter, climber, cyclist, trainer runners that undergo extreme conditions.  We are not going to make you perform exercises and movements that will have “ZERO” benefit for you.




What is the Typical
Train Hunt Eat HIHT?

Here are one of our go-to Burpee Sessions!

Burpee Workout

After a normal warm-up we get right at it.

Complete the following circuit four-six times, resting 45 seconds after the burpees in each round.



Reps: As many as possible in 30 seconds


Jumping Jacks

Reps: As many as possible for 60 seconds



Reps: As Many as possible for 60 seconds 

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