Maxwell Daily Dozen for Joint Mobility
To Be a warrior is to be self-possessed, centered, acutely aware, and empty. It is a very particular state of mind, one which focuses on the moment, free of doubts and idle speculations. "In a world where death is the hunter, my friend there is not time for regrets or doubts. There is only time for decisions".

                                                                                    - Via Uncle Jim

Some FMA Drills

What to do When the Ammo has Gone: Dry Fire Drills
I Do Not Choose To Be A Common Man

By Dean Alfange
I do not choose to be a common man. It is my right to be uncommon— if I can. I seek opportunity not security. I do not wish to be a kept citizen, humbled and dulled by having the state look after me.
I want to take the calculated risk; to dream and to build, to fail and to succeed. I refuse to barter incentive for a dole. I prefer the challenges of life to the guaranteed existence; the thrill of fulfillment to the stale calm of utopia.
I will not trade freedom for beneficence nor my dignity for a handout. I will never cower before any master nor bend to any threat.
It is my heritage to stand erect, proud and unafraid; to think and act for myself, enjoy the benefit of my creations and to face the world boldly and say, "This I have done."

“Cogito, ergo armatum sum.”
Training Opportunities
Here's a good primer on how to ram a vehicle and break a road block
Some quotes on manhood
         Strength and Honor

Why every man should be strong

Dogma be damned. The relentless will drop what's not working, while the weak-willed have to fit into cliques, label themselves, and adopt cult-like thinking

                                    Dani Shugart via T-Nation

Building a Bolt Bag
Simple Things versus Critical Elements from Uncle JAK
What are you training for self defense or a martial contest?
PT for the Tribe from Mr. Mosby
I’ve said many times before that for creatures in Nature, getting through a day is very much an exercise in energy management. Investment measured against return. The Way of the Wild doesn’t hold it up as a good idea to expend valuable energy and expose the self to risk of injury or immediate death by attacking and killing out of such base sentiments as boredom or sheer malice, and defensive measures offered by the presumed “prey” are what hold potential attackers in check. Nothing in Nature meekly submits. It’s flight or fight, all the way! 
                                                                                            ~ In Ferro Vertas – Chapter the Third

Mens Sana Corpus Sana, training from the neck up 
Comtech's seminar schedule for 2016 is here
10 reasons to simplify your life
“When a nation forgets her skill in war, when her religion becomes a mockery, when the whole nation becomes a nation of money-grabbers, then the wild tribes, the barbarians drive in... Who will our invaders be? From whence will they come?” 
                                                             Robert E. Howard 
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So, what happens when you train every day?
See the parallels! Currency and the collapse of the Roman Empire
Idleness KILLS
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Become Anti-Fragile
Mindset - taking charge after disruptive events
Wake up early
Change your mindset from passive to active - in  7 steps
Some rules for life
I don't know who's dumber on this, the so called RSO or the guy who doesn't know rounds are going by him
Lotta history here
A short piece on generational leadership. If you are trying to build your tribe, you may want to read this
Nine things about riding a motorcycle
Twelve lessons from the Great Depression
Some overlooked truths about taking action
Some concealed carry tips from A Tailored Suit
As a nation, we've changed, goes without saying, but is it for the better? Take a look at this side by side comparison

In addition to our subscription Operator Series, I’ve elected to make  
available several free instructional videos on subjects I consider critically  
important in light of the current course of world history. 

We are saturated with viewpoints (sometimes conflicting), particularly with 
 regard to firearms training. I want to introduce correct mindset in a way 
 that will inspire, embolden, and encourage aspiring Operators in pursuing 
formal training from competent instructors. 

All free videos can be viewed on:  

Click on "Free Videos"

These are intended for unconditional sharing with friends, family,  
colleagues, and all others who may benefit

Current topics:

>Range Training Conduct, Etiquette, and Safety
>Legally Justified/Defensible Use of Force
>Talking with Children about Terrorist Attacks/Mass Shootings

More coming!

Of course, our subscription DTI Operator Video Series continues to expand  
and goes into much more detail, and I surely hope aspiring Operators will  
subscribe, but I think these free videos, intended for a wide audience, will  
stimulate critical thinking and inspire everyone to join us in our 
advancement and refinement of this Art.

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The maxims of Wabasha 
The Adults have left the building
This is  a nice review on Bob Hummelbaugh's work. I met Bob in the old Riddle of Steel days. He is a classic gentleman and a master craftsman. I recommend his work highly.
The 8 S's of Martial Success

1. Strength
2. Speed
3. Stamina
4. Skill
5. Strategy
6. Suppleness
7. Sensitivity
8. Spirit
Greetings All! Just finished up day one with Guro Dan. The best way to describe it is drinking from a fire hose. So now, I review my notes, update the site and have a simple dinner in my room with an amiable glass to wash it down. Get out somewhere while you can, adventure is where you find it.   
Yep, chicks dig 'em. Men and Scars
Seduced by Success
Dealing with Sorrow like Teddy Roosevelt.
The one man go bag. I've used the bag from Peacekeepers the author suggests and can recommend it highly.