Roasted Red Pepper Venison Burgers!

We were lucky enough to showcase an elk recipe on KDLT news for the second time recently! Spreading our love for eating wild game, the healthy benefits and its’ awesomeness!! Here is a GREAT recipe for you to try yourself!  You can also view the news cast below!  Let us know what you think!!


My Wife Amy and I before we go Live on KDLT

Roasted red pepper elk burgers

1 lb ground elk
1/2 cup roasted red pepper hummus
1/2 cup Panko bread crumbs
1 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp Tabasco sauce
Salt and pepper

Mix all together – brown in pan at med-high and then finish in oven at 375 for 15 minutes

4 hamburger buns
Smoked Chipotle mayo
5 TB mayo
2 tsp lemon juice
1 tsp smoked paprika
1 chipotle pepper or 2 (if you want spicier)
Salt to taste

Here is the link to our showcase on KDLT news!

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Run2Gun Moments #3

Another moment from the filming of Run2Gun Season4.  Real moments, that just didn’t make the cut!  Enjoy!

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Run2Gun Exclusive: “7 Year Itch”

A Youtube Exclusive of a 7 year wait….

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Run2Gun Moments #2

Another “moment” from our season4 production year!  This guy is goofy!!

Run2Gun “Moments 1”

Our first release of the new series of Run2Gun “Moments.”  We will be releasing footage from our production of season4 that may not make the show.  Have fun watching some raw footage of our days!

Steve’s Succes With Run2Gun

“I have known Jordan for a couple years now while a member of a couple different fitness gyms he has been employed at. At first, I didn’t know Jordan that well as my mentality at the gym was usually earplugs in and go hard, as I had many other daily tasks to accomplish. Due to time restraints from a busy personal schedule made me lose sight of my fitness goals. While still able to make it the gym several times a week, these workouts turned into going through the motions as I let my goals slide due to focus elsewhere.

I decided I needed a change, largely with my nutrition, as well as being stuck in a rut in my workouts. I had always heard great things about Jordan’s personal training skills of workouts and nutrition. Because of his reputation, word-of-mouth advice, and seeing his accomplishments with others, I reached out to Jordan to help get me back on track to refocus and motivate myself.

My first task with Jordan was to determine my goals, which made we really focus and examine what I wanted to do. My main goals were really to learn how to eat healthier and lean up. I always considered myself a healthy eater, but wanted his advice, as at the time I didn’t understand how to best approach nutrition each day. This included where my daily intake should be, which foods were the best sources of proteins, carbohydrates and fats, and best times of the day to eat certain foods.

After an initial body scan and Jordan evaluating my goals, he was able to provide a daily intake plan that tabled out recommended foods and which times of the day to eat. Prior, one of my biggest challenges was time forced me to eat whenever I found an open window. I worked with Jordan on a 12-week nutrition plan. This was huge for me to start to learn how to understand this type of information. Along with the intake tracking, we also tracked waist measurements. Each week I would share my daily intake numbers and Jordan would review and recommend best practices moving forward.

Along with the nutrition plan, I also wanted to change up my workouts. Again, I communicated my goals to Jordan and he provided a personalized plan for me of daily and weekly workouts. As part of this, and one of my main goals, was to lean up without losing muscle mass and size. Jordan was able to provide a plan incorporating cardio, but only to the point needed to not overdo it and start losing muscle because of losing too much weight too fast.

Through some hard work and refocusing on my end, and Jordan’s guidance, expertise, and support, I completed my 12-week nutrition and 4-week workout plan. Through his plan I was able to lean up and not lose any muscle mass. In the 12-weeks plan, I lost over 15 pounds of straight body fat mass and NO muscle mass. My body fat percentage dropped six percent. It was the gradual loss that make it tricky and frustrating at times.


After seeing the results, I was motivated and wanted to keep going. With the help of Jordan, I stuck with his recommendations and stayed on the nutrient plan for over one year now. Over the 52 weeks, I have lost over 35 pounds, and nearly 30 pounds of straight body fat mass. My body fat percentage has dropped over 10 percent, in half from where I started, and I now am in the 10 percent range pushing single digits. I also lost nearly seven inches off my waistline.

I learned a lot throughout this process, largely because of Jordan’s knowledge and leadership. Parts of the process were frustrating as I didn’t see the results I wanted right away, but it is a process and I stayed positive and stuck with it. Jordan was able to make adjustments and shuffle around eating patterns around my ever-changing schedule, and that made a huge difference for me. He was also willing to do a couple workouts together. I have recently gone back to Jordan for additional advice and workout plans as well.

Jordan was really able to personalize a plan for me. He was dedicated and committed to me as long as I was dedicated and honest to myself and my goals. He sticks with you throughout the process, wants to see you succeed with your goals, always checks in with how you feeling ands doing, available to your needs, is always available for questions, and genuinely cares about each person he helps.”

-Steve Schreiber

Some stats:

Week 1

Weight: 215.4

PBF: 21.3 %

Body Fat Mass: 45.9 lbs

Week 12

Weight: 198.9

PBF: 15.4 %

Body Fat Mass: 30.6 lbs

Week 52

Weight: 179.8

PBF: 10.6 %

Body Fat Mass: 19.0 lbs

Amazing Steve!!  Thank you for letting me be a part of your journey and help you reach your goals! It was amazing helping you with a 12 week program and watching you take what you learned beyond a year’s journey!

Measurements were taken using an InBody at Max Muscle Sports Nutrition Sioux Falls 

MONDAY MINUTE “Live Beyond Average”

Good morning everyone!

I hope the start of your summer has been great!

Here at Run2Gun we are busy planning our upcoming season, we have been using the saying “Live Beyond Average” to each other because we don’t only want to produce a great show, in fact, we can’t do that without working at living a life beyond average, it takes work and belief.

What is average? You aren’t average, none of us are born average. We are born great, special and one of a kind. It is the choices and actions we take on a daily bases that dictates if our life is being lived beyond average. Staying committed to our family, giving our jobs and people great effort and choosing happiness over grief are all things we can work on to live a life beyond average.

This week think about the word average. Get disgusted by it, and throughout your day be happy that you aren’t going to let average be part of your life. Let that give you energy and share your energy with those around you!

Have a great week!

Jordan Miller

Romans 12:2
Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is-His good, pleasing and perfect will.

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MONDAY MINUTE “Flighty Motivation”

Happy Monday all!

I hope you all had a great weekend!

I got to thinking this week after I was asked “what keeps me motivated” and I realized “motivation” was something I haven’t thought about in quite some time. I believe that is because I am not in the search for motivation. Here’s my example:

It’s normal for any of us to search for things that “motivate” us, a book, a mentor, a movie or seminar, but every time the book is done, or the seminar is over we are motivated for a short period of time. We don’t take action to make changes. That is because motivation is flighty. Motivation is short lived and will never push you to act towards your goals for an extended period of time. In fact it is PASSION that will cause you to take action on your goals.

Find your passion and you will never have to search for flighty motivation again!


Spring Turkey 2016-“Not So Serious” Short Film

We had 2 mornings this spring to go out and fill a turkey tag! Turkey hunting is something we didn’t grow up doing, and we have never seriously pursued them like we do “big game” animals. We are always up for some early mornings, caffeine and some laughs! Enjoy this Not So Serious version of us turkey hunting!

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MONDAY MINUTE “Avoiding The Rut Part 2”

Good morning everyone!

I hope you all had a great mothers day weekend! A couple weeks ago we started a short series over being in routines and falling into ruts. Last week we covered tip number one to keep ourselves out of falling into a rut, and that was “Challenge yourself daily.”

The second tip is “Does your routine involving giving?” Giving is awesome, because there are so many ways to give! Giving yourself and your time is the most valuable way to give. You may be thinking, “why am I suppose to give, and what good will it make?”

Giving will help you grow as an individual, it will open your mind and your heart to others. You will start trying to find ways to help add value to everyone around you. Your mindset will change from “What can they do for me” to, “What can I do for them.” So what good does that make? Leading by example is always step number one to change, it will make a lot of good!

This week I challenge you to give something of yourself everyday, even if it only takes 1 minutes. Do that everyday this week, it will challenge you, and it will cause positive change.

Have an awesome week!

Jordan Miller

Luke 6:38
Give, and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.