12. Physical Fitness 101: Learn to run like hell

“Your body will argue that there is no justifiable reason to continue. Your only recourse is to call on your spirit, which fortunately functions independently of logic.” -Tim Noakes Physical fitness and prioritizing one's cardio health should be of the utmost importance to anyone who takes survival preparedness seriously. A multitude of unexpected crisis situations … Continue reading 12. Physical Fitness 101: Learn to run like hell

10. Winter Survival: A layering guide for traversing frozen tundra

One of the most crucial aspects of being prepared to survive an outdoor winter SHTF scenario is being properly outfitted for extreme temperatures. As an experienced mountaineer who's climbed above 13,000 ft in 80 mph winds, I can assure you that reevaluating your bug out clothing could potentially mean life or death. Modern roads and … Continue reading 10. Winter Survival: A layering guide for traversing frozen tundra

8. Emergency Prepared: A SHTF vehicle checklist

As the chaotic atrocities of 2020 have seemingly paused to let society handle the growing pandemic, preppers and everyday US citizens alike are anxiously considering what 2021 will hold in store for us. Though the fires and riots have drastically lost steam, the presidential inauguration on January 20th is quickly approaching. Though most of us … Continue reading 8. Emergency Prepared: A SHTF vehicle checklist

7. Emergency Food Storage: How to make five essentials last 30+ years

The most fundamental reassurance that any of us can hold is knowing we have the ability to feed ourselves and our families over the long-term. Most of us currently have the luxury of shopping for groceries on a daily/weekly/monthly basis, and can re-supply our needed items at local grocery stores like Walmart and Kroger, if … Continue reading 7. Emergency Food Storage: How to make five essentials last 30+ years

2. Best Defenses for Mountain Lions: Night Hiking in Colorado

Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Have you ever been hiking through the wilderness at night and gotten the feeling that you were being watched? If so and you live in Colorado, there’s a good chance it was a mountain lion. I've spent a good part of 20 years hiking, running, … Continue reading 2. Best Defenses for Mountain Lions: Night Hiking in Colorado