Coming from an athletic upbringing playing college baseball, Chad Belding got serious about hunting after the sudden death of his father in 2006. After teaming up with trainer Matt Pendola, Belding learned to approach hunting with the same mentality as any elite sport. Using chaos training, systemic breathing exercises, visualization techniques, and the tenacity of a dedicated athlete, Belding mastered the skills needed to excel on the hunt and avoid the kind of injuries and physical setbacks that can end a hunting career. A student of discipline and a proponent of natural conservation, living off the land, and not being afraid of a little elbow grease, Belding now dedicates his life to showing other guys and girls that you can feel better and have more strength, flexibility, and longevity doing something that you love.

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