Not everyone has time and location suited for jogging off into the sunset, or hiking to a mountain base camp. They might not be able to afford a treadmill, or have the space for even a fold-up model if they did. But there is a tight space, full body cardio option for those with otherwise [...]
Hehe, yes, this is a bait-n-switch. This post has nothing to do with Federal Firearms Licenses. In some of my philosophical discussions as pertains to prepping, I take a stand on actually having a life. Starbucks? Sure! Tasty treats, of course! You’re no survivalist if you’re “all prep, no life.” What is survivalism if it [...]
Ever see the movie “Mall Cop”?
The star was overweight, subject to black outs from hypoglycemia, to serious about his job, and a loser with the girls….
BUT – he could climb walls, run the tire course, recover with some sugar candy, save the day and get the girl.
What can we learn from this? [...]
Take a walk. Seriously. Go out and take a walk. Get out of your house, go into your neighborhood and walk. Aside from the exercise, it’ll give you a chance to do two other things.
The first is to study your neighbors’ places, (and your neighbors), while on a leisurely stroll. Look at their places. [...]
Cross-training (also known as conditioning) refers to training in different ways to improve overall performance. … en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cross-training Cross training is training someone in another activity that is related to their current work. The name comes from the fact that you are training them across a broader spectrum of the organization’s work. www.acethecase.com/site/1438552/page/875389 [...]
You’re at your retreat. The world has not crashed, and you don’t think it will. Still you keep the place up to snuff because it also doubles as a great place to vacation, and triples as a second home if you lose your income and primary residence (the Three-fer rule….) While there on a vacation [...]