High Speed Survival
Adult Programs: Southwest Pathway
Survival means different things to different people. The term ‘High Speed’ has dual meaning:
An in-depth study of the skills necessary to survive “on the go” vs. survival in place. Skills that can be absorbed and applied in real time.
If you examine hundreds of case studies across history; from Native America to collapse scenarios around the globe, a common thread emerges:
Stagnation is death.
Your situation does not stay the same; it is always getting better or worse. The decision to stay or go always depends on your level of training. High Speed Survival™ dives deep into the skill-set of getting from A to B safely.
High Speed Survival™ exponentially increases operational security for diverse applications. This is the ultimate skill set for those that want or need to travel light without compromising personal safety. This course is the ideal synthesis of primitive survival and practical modern survival.
This is the most applicable and effective survival curriculum in existence. You will be able to apply what you learn in real time. High Speed Survival™ will empower you with confidence and critical adaptability to preform when real need presents itself.
This Curriculum Includes:
Overview, high speed considerations, principles, general strategy etc. High-speed psychology. Clothing as shelter. Primitive and non-primitive high-speed shelters. Invisible shelter. Maintaining hydration (intensive lecture/demo) ‘on the go’. High speed fire (intro/advanced). Low signature/invisible fire. Everyday carry. High speed go bags. Individual movement technique. Group movement techniques. The ultimate high speed ration. High speed plants. Night movement. Low-light movement. Tandem Movement. Group Movement. Calories “on the go”. Maintaining awareness “on the go”. Evasion and tactical mechanical avoidance. Evasive psychology. Forensic psychology applied to reconnaissance. How to anticipate contact points. Individual movement. Team movement. Utilizing terrain. Advanced camouflage. Man tracking. Counter-tracking. Anti-tracking. Avoiding contact/tactical applications from an ethno-historical perspective. Utilizing terrain. Profiling a region (high speed learning).