Personal security and survival training are the twin pillars of survival. Taking control of your own personal security and survival training is our goal.
Personal security and survival training
Ben Sherwood on survival
In the November 2009 edition of Outside Magazine, Joe Spring. writes briefly about Ben Sherwood’s book, The Survival Club. In his bestseller, Sherwood writes;
“that in survival situations we all fall into one of three groups.
The ten percent who lead others to safety, the 80 percent who tend to wait for instructions or the 10 percent who freak out. The twin enemies of survival are fear and inflexibility, he says.
“Fear is a demotivator and paralyzing. Inflexibility means that you don’t adapt to the new reality.”
What group do you fall into?
For Steve Tripp, an expert in martial arts, ” the perfect self-defense plan would be the plan that works in real situations, all the time. This takes preparation through continuous physical and psychological training.”
Wilderness survival and martial arts must have similar quality in training and conditioning to be effective.
Practice these 5 survival modules
- Be prepared by training correctly
- Develop a relaxed calm inner state
- Develop awareness
- Build confidence through continuous training
- Be willing to act. (flight or fight)
Our survival training is security training. Training broadens and sensitizes our understanding of the immediate circumstance. Training supports us to make better choices when critical decisions are needed.
Personal security and survival training cannot be underestimated. Learn how to take control of a bad survival situation and turning it into a positive one.