My book is a Modern Survival Manual based on first hand experience of the 2001 Economic Collapse in Argentina.
In it you will find a variety of subjects that I consider essential if a person wants to... More > be prepared for tougher times:
-How to prepare your family, yourself, your home and your vehicle
-How to prepare your finances so that you don’t suffer what millions in my country went through
-How to prepare your supplies for food shortages and power failures
-How to correctly fight with a chair, gun, knife, pen or choke with your bare hands if required
-Most important, how to reach a good awareness level so that you can avoid having to do all that
These are just a few examples of what you will find in this book.
It’s about Attitude, and being a more capable person and get the politically correct wimp out of your system completely.< Less
The definitive how to manual on vertical jump improvement. Performance Coach Kelly Baggett shows you exactly how he increased his own vertical leap by 20 inches and how you can increase yours too. ... More > Over 20 scientifically ground and battle tested programs for athletes of all ages and levels of advancement. Whether you're male or female, 12 yrs. old or 50, you will learn how to get the most out of your training and how you too can gain consistent vertical jump improvements of up to 20 inches or more.< Less
Author Darryl A. Perkins gives the reader an intimate glimpse into the intense psyche and training of this magnificant predator.
"Reading Understanding Goshawks is a unique experience -- like... More > taking live classes with a master who also has a sense of humor. It is the best book on the greatest accipiter I have ever read. If you can't apprentice yourself to Darryl, do yourself a favor and read this book. Goshawks will never be easy, but the title delivers on its promise."
Author of Rage for Falcons and Eagle Dreams< Less
Over 100 of the best-loved columns by Jay Reed, legendary outdoor writer of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Hunting, fishing and outdoor humor stories are here, along with Reed's reflections as a war... More > correspondent in Vietnam, which twice made him a finalist in voting for the Pulitzer Prize. Reed's tenure at Wisconsin's largest newspaper spanned four decades. During that time, he set aside the columns he felt were his very best, in the hope they'd be made into a book someday. Cancer took his life in 2002, but Reed's wife, Christine, has seen to the publication of this book, celebrating the life of this beloved storyteller and Thor, his yellow Labrador retriever. Hardcover, 312 pages, 70 photos, foil-stamped spine, color dust jacket. Proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to further the Jay Reed Conservation Scholarship at the University of Wisconsin--Stevens Point.< Less