Selco’s Favorite Survival Exercise: Prep in Your Everyday Life, Then Add PRESSURE

Monday, October 15, 2018
By Paul Martin

by Selco
October 15, 2018

We all tend to pay much attention to acquiring stuff – physical things – in order to be more prepared, but we often fail to prepare ourselves more, physically and mentally. You need to be preparing for the things that are most likely in your regular, everyday life. Then expect that you’ll be under immense pressure.

Everything is different when you’re under pressure but you can prepare yourself for this too.

There are many ways how we can prepare ourselves more, simple and fun things like hiking or camping are great to test some of your skills and gear too. A popular myth is that we have to be physically prepared only through more “macho” activities like martial arts or shooting at the range and similar.

It is person-to-person based and sometimes we are limited by our own living conditions to practice some of the above activities. If you are living a day to day life in a big city with your family and kids, working a regular job, you find yourself very easily in a situation where all your prepping activities are based on watching YouTube videos or similar maybe, and finding a way to implement that into your own settings.

You have to prep based on your everyday life and situations.

Actually, you need to prep based on your own situation, and if that means day to day job, big city, kids, public transport… you need to implement all those factors in your prep plan.

We have people living in cities that form their survival philosophy based on the idea that they gonna be surviving in wilderness, or people preparing for end of the world because they think asteroid will impact while they do not see that they are living actually next to the part of city where organized crime rules.

If organized crime is very powerful now, they should conclude that it is going to be much stronger once when the SHTF.

We should all prep for the time where there are not enough resources for you and all the people around you. Because when that happens, violence will come.

Of course, you need to know how to start fire or set up a shelter in woods simply because you may find yourself in the woods and wilderness because you ran away from the city when SHTF.

But it makes sense to pay more attention to your immediate surroundings.

Try the “everyday life” exercise

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