You know exercise is good for you, but do you know how good when it comes to survival preparedness? From boosting your mood to improving your sex life, find out how exercise can improve your life and help you be better prepared. Gaye Levy over at Revere Radio Network shares her thoughts on “What Is The Baseline Of Prepper Fitness”
What Is The Baseline Of Prepper Fitness?
Of the myriad of preparedness topics, one that is often shunned is that of prepper fitness. It is easy to see why. Fitness is hard work and with busy lives that border on frantic, we barely have time to go to work, do our chores, spend time with our families, then crash as our head hits the pillow each night. Physical fitness? What’s that? And why is that important?
In the latest think piece from contributor Richard Broome, we ask that question within the context of a disruptive event and SHTF. Going beyond that, we ask a few questions in our quest to establish a baseline of fitness.
All you have to do is hike ten miles with a twenty or thirty pack on your back to realize that fitness is indeed an important part of prepping. This article is going to make you ponder, no doubt, but beyond that it just might trigger some positive action to set you on the path of prepper fitness, or, what Richard has call “PrepperFit”.
Enjoy this latest think piece and note the special bonus at the end. Richard is giving away an autographed copy of his book Good Crazy, to one Backdoor Survival reader. You are not going to want to miss it.
“If you wish to be out front, then act as if you were behind.” ― Lao Tzu, Chinese philosopher