stay fit after 60
This short piece from Jeff Anderson over at Modern Combat & Survival feature three military fitness tips that seem easily doable. They don’t require expensive equipment or any harsh restrictions — which means you should be able to bounce back from the holidays in no time.
One of my favorite classes to teach at Spy Ranch is the Escape & Evasion Driving Experience, where everyday Americans learn how to execute evasive driving maneuvers. Recently, I was visited by Brooke and Brittany Graham, hosts of Salt Lake City’s Fox 13 lifestyle show The PLACE, so they could learn some of these tactics. They brought their camera crew along so viewers like you can benefit from their experience.
This week, I decided to revisit reader questions about self-defense. Read on for a refresher in personal protection protocol.
In many survival situations it is absolutely critical that you stay mobile, which means taking good care of your feet is key. Lucky for you, our colleagues at 4Patriots have put together some helpful tips to help you stay on the right foot.
This week, special operations physician Omar Hamada answers your survival medicine questions. Hopefully, you will learn a thing or two that might save your life — or the life of a loved one — by giving you time to get to a proper medical facility.
A few weeks ago, several populous U.S. cities experienced unexpected blackouts. Robert Boyd’s article from 4Patriots explores the possibility that these power outages were in preparation for a much larger attack…
What are you doing this weekend? If you said exercise, then you could be decreasing your chances of dying from some of the world’s deadliest diseases. Read on to find out more…
Undoubtedly, you’ve heard that exercise is good for you. It can lower your risk of chronic conditions like diabetes, heart disease and even certain cancers. But this latest discovery about the powers of exercise is something every person 70 years or older needs to know.
Join us today as we reveal the one simple thing you can to do lower your risk of dementia by 50 percent.