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Episode-1021- Brad and Mike from Full Sprectrum Survival

Brad and Mike of Full Spectrum Survival

Brad and Mike of Full Spectrum Survival

Mike and Brad have been immersed in the survival and preparedness genre for over 15 years. The feel they have been greatly blessed to be able to live on a large piece of property in the middle of Florida where they have been able to dive deeply into both.

Their group has a unique skill set in that we are able to create mock scenarios for ourselves both on paper and in reality and the participating members of the group must work their way through these scenarios They have documented this in their Tactical Scenario Youtube Series.

At the behest of a few of their friends and people that they consider influential in the genre, they created a Youtube channel after years and years of just being watchers and listeners in the community. Brad and Mike were always in their own words, “those silent viewers that would soak in all of the information that great podcasts such as TSP and Youtube channels had to offer”.

Today they join us to discuss their work and emergency preparedness. They also have a very large announcement for the prepper community that they will be sharing with us today.

Resources for today’s show…

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The YouTube Video Announcing The Prepper Movie

Episode-793- Zak Baker on Wilderness Survival, Survival Myths and Urban Reality

Zak Baker of BeFoundAlive.com

Zak Baker of BeFoundAlive.com

Zak Baker, founded BeFoundAlive.com in 2003, out of an insatiable love of the great outdoors, primitive cultures and self reliance. This love was kindled at an early age by his Grandparents, who were themselves a product of the Great Depression.

Zak would spend year upon year learning about local natives, searching for arrowheads and seeking out wild edibles, more importantly, he learned self reliance, integrity and a love of solitude from his Grandfather. This “dirt-time” set the course for a lifetime of learning and exploration.

Out of this experience BeFoundAlive.com was born, an instructional and consulting firm for Government personnel, educators, students, hunters, backpackers, executives, outdoor leaders, and others interested in mastering the skills of survival and self reliance.

Resources for Today’s Show…

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Episode-570- Sam Coffman from TheHumanPath.com

Today we are joined by former special forces solider and wilderness survival trainer Sam Coffman of TheHumanPath.com to discuss survival training, permaculture, rebuilding after collapse and more.

The Human Path is an ecology-based, wilderness-survival and wilderness-living school offering a huge variety of outdoor, bushcraft classes (outdoor fitness, wilderness and primitive living skills, wilderness medicine, herbology, self defense, teamwork and leadership, primitive engineering, permaculture certification, aquaponics, green building and much more) in both the San Antonio and Austin areas of Texas.

Join Me Today as we Discuss…

  • What is “The Human Path” what was the inspiration for the name
  • How is The Human Path Different from other survival training
  • How do wilderness survival and primitive skills translate to the urban environment
  • Why does The Human Path focus beyond breakdown to the rebuilding process
  • What role does permaculture play for surviving in the modern age
  • Thoughts on herbology as sources of both food and medicine
  • Functional fitness as part of survival training

Resources for Today’s Show

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