There’s a summer version, too, that substitutes running for skiing, but still involves rifles. There should be a version for shotguns. Granted, elk and sheep hunters and the like need to be in good shape and be able to shoot, but so do bird hunters. I spend as much time as I can at the range in the summer, so I can hit what I shoot at in the fall, and I make it to the gym as often as I can, too, to keep me fit for following bird dogs. And, while I am doing one or the other, I sometimes think about how much more efficient it would be to combine the two.