101 Skills You Need to Survive in the Woods: The Most Eective Wilderness Know-How on FireMaking, Knife Work, Navigation, Shelter, Food and More

Kevin Estela

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20.21.2098
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Throughout this book, you will read about ways you can modify the skills presented to increase the diculty level. Sometimes this means putting completion of a task against a time restriction; other times it means performing a task with one hand instead of two. Still other times, your training can be made more dicult by using lesser quality equipment or smaller equipment. At all times, you should mentally catalog the repetitions you complete while learning from your experiences.

I believe in the idea of training hard and ghting easy. Ideally, your training should push you to the far limits of your comfort level. When the suck factor of an emergency or survival situation starts to weigh on you, remember how much harder you trained leading up to that moment. Remember how you rose to the occasion before and how you can again. It’s very rare to hear of someone who performs at a level higher than their training when the situation is real. Invest in your safety by taking your training to new levels under conditions you have control over now, rather than when it is too late.

All three of these requirements—awareness, preparedness and willingness—must be present if you want to be truly “ready.” You can be a combination of two and not be ready. For example, you can be aware of wilderness survival situations and be willing to spend time and money to train and purchase gear, but if that training and gear are not appropriate, your preparedness will be lacking. If you say you are aware and prepared but lack willingness, you probably are not willing to do what it takes—like using your gear to test its strengths and weaknesses or testing yourself to see your capability. You can also be prepared with physical tness and willing to give 110 percent of your being, but if you are thrust into a situation without knowing which threats can impact you, you are not ready. You need to know what you’re getting into, determine how you can equip yourself with what you need and have the desire to win.

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WOOD PRODUCT
 

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101 Skills You Need to Survive in the Woods: The Most Eective Wilderness Know-How on FireMaking, Knife Work, Navigation, Shelter, Food and More
978-1-624-14743-2
458p.; pdf file.; 31 MB
English

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Kevin Estela
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Page Street Publishing
Canada
2019

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