Preparedness is more than having the right gear. It’s about having the right mindset and skills to keep you and your loved ones out of trouble. That being said, without the right equipment – your dead in the water. So train hard, sharpen your skills and master your equipment so when the call comes – you’ll always be ready.
Ep. 1 How to Build a Go Bag
A “Go-Bag” is an emergency bag equipped with gear tailored to respond to various threats and environments. How do you go about building one? There’s no one absolute way, but take notes on the tips in this video and you’ll have a good idea of which essentials you’re going to need.
Ep. 2 How to Escape a Car Trunk
Being abducted and thrown into the trunk of a car happens in more than just action movies. To escape, try to stay calm and remember these techniques for how to break out quickly.
Ep. 3 How to Use a Flashlight for Defense
Flashlights are great to check for monsters under your kid’s bed. They’re also great for deceiving home intruders, defending against assailants, and signaling for help in an emergency. Didn’t know that? Watch and learn!
Ep. 4 Warrior Workout
The “Violent Nomad Workout” is a 4-part exercise regimen that improves the muscles used during gross motor skills. Why is this important? Because if you’re ever in a crisis, you’ll have the strength, energy, and preparation for when a good day goes bad.
Ep. 5 The Defensive Pen
If you need to defend yourself and there’s nothing around you – improvise. A good steel or aluminum barrel pen can be used as a tool to puncture, inflict pain, or even break glass when escaping from a car or building.
Ep. 6 Everyday Carry Tips
“Everyday Carry” is a pretty broad term nowadays that categorizes tools that you may keep in a pocket or bag that assist in a variety of situations. You can’t carry everything, so here are some suggestions for the types of EDC gear you should have with you.
Ep. 7 Building a Tactical Nightstand
Danger can happen at any time, even while you’re asleep. You know that nightstand next to your bed? Here are some tips for how you can keep it organized with tools that’ll help in a late-night crisis.
Ep. 8 How to Escape Duct Tape
One of the worst situations imaginable is being held captive while restrained with duct tape. Don’t panic, stay calm, and remember these tips that will help you escape safely.
Ep. 9 Counter Espionage Techniques
How do you know if someone messed with your stuff while you’re away? We’re talking about identity theft, corparate espionage, and other invasions of privacy that commonly happen right under your nose. You can detect such breaches by using what’s called “Discreet Alignment”. This technique is simple and can be applied almost anywhere, so learn how!
About Clint Emerson
Clint brings a wealth of knowledge and experience. His best-selling book series “100 Deadly Skills” is essentially a handbook or reference guide that gives you tips on surviving or dealing with disasters and dangerous environments. Clint Emerson’s knowledge base is informed by serving with Navy Special Warfare for over 20 years as a part of the elite Navy SEAL’s Team Six and Team Three. He was privy to some of the most covert operations serving on behalf of his country and its allies. The missions he was part of involved a multitude of escape and evade techniques as well as intelligence gathering experience he gained while in service. After spending time with the SEAL’s and working with the National Security Agency he saw an opportunity to educate citizens and businesses in handling various crisis scenarios. Natural disasters, personal safety, work-place safety and other curriculum that give his students and clients the edge to always be ready. It’s not about being paranoid, it’s about being self-reliant and accountable.