They accordingly moved to the U.S. to contend in marathons. They guide and tutor their American associates on their crosscountry experience.
On the morning of the chasing trip, the nine runners get ready as one may for a marathon. They stack up on calories and check their garments and shoes.
The thought behind primal chasing is fairly straightforward. When they find a pronghorn, the runners seek after it until it is depleted. One of the runners then dispatches the creature with a bow and bolt. Pronghorns regularly weigh around 100 to 140 pounds. The producers utilized a few sorts of cameras to catch footage for the narrative, including an automaton and cameras on the runners themselves. Here and there the cameramen kept running close by the runners, and different times, they rode bikes or a mechanized vehicle.