For the whole steer wrestling experience, it’s not like you jump on a horse, run out and fall off of him. There’s a lot of techniques. I started 2015 doing something called chute dogging, where you catch them out of the chute and run along next to him and just learn to develop your ground game technique.
It’s funny, I never threw up at a football practice all through high school, college or the pros. Not once, and I’ve been through some brutal workouts. But I remember one of my first times chute dogging and thinking I was going to puke. I remember my dad saying, 'You’re a big time athlete in shape and ready to go (for the NFL), but you’re not in steer wrestling shape.'