The OL Fitness Plan

Stair-Steps

Stair-Steps

Hold two dumbbells, one in each hand, at your side, and step onto a stair. Step up with your left leg, putting the resistance on the weight of the front foot. Be careful not to push off of the trailing foot.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Stair-Steps

Stair-Steps

Step up with your right leg so you are now standing on the stair. Step down with your left leg, then your right. Repeat the movement using alternate legs.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Lunges

Lunges

Hold a dumbbell in each hand and pull your shoulders back. Lift your chest up and look straight ahead. Position your right leg forward far enough in front of you so that when you bend your right knee, your thigh and lower leg form a right angle.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Lunges

Lunges

Slowly bend your knees, lowering your hips so your rear knee just clears the floor. Slowly straighten your legs and raise your body back up to a full standing position.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Cable Kicks

Cable Kicks

Using an ankle cuff attached to a low cable pulley, face the weight stack from a distance of 2 feet. Keeping your knees and hips slightly bent, contract your glutes and hamstrings to slowly kick the working leg back, simulating the resistance created when walking through heavy snow.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Cable Kicks

Cable Kicks

Bring your working leg forward and bend your knee up toward your chest, resisting the pull of the cable until you reach the starting position. Perform movement with both of your legs.Outdoor Life Online Editor

Now that the holidays are over, it's time for the New Year resolutions to begin. Before you head out on your next hunting trip, try these simple exercises to get in shape.