With so many factors in tracking, perhaps speed is the most crucial. Joel Lambert discusses the importance of moving quickly behind your quarry, anticipating their, moves, and attempting to cut them off.
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Estela: Joel, you’ve already completed one full-season of Lone Target and you’re in the middle of filming Season two. How are you holding up so far? Without giving away any spoilers, how are the hunter-tracker teams this time around? Lambert: I’m doing ok, thanks. We’ve shot two episodes and have four more to go. They really tak[…] Continue Reading
Everyone knows better, you know better, than to go outside in poor conditions and not be prepared for a bad situation to occur. There is no worse time of year in our area of the world for such things than winter time travel. The simple reason for this is that each of us have priorities of needs to stay alive. It doesn’t matter i[…] Continue Reading
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I spend a lot of time in airports, on the go and away from civilization. I also am bound to my electronic devices as a writer, regular blogger and social media jockey. Combined with these roles is my occupation as a survival instructor who is usually far from civilization on courses and trips. Finding a place to plug in while ou[…] Continue Reading
One of the most important factors in successful Attack Recognition, and also in determining a proper response when a threat is presented, is Pre-Contact Assessment of your environment and the Context of what is going on within it. Joel Lambert considers his environment at every turn when in the field. When it comes to escape and[…] Continue Reading
We’re happy to present to you our most ambitious giveaways to come on joellambert.com. Along with Kilimanjaro Gear, Tubbs Snowshoes, Camping Survival, Solo Stove, and Cold Avenger, we have assembled a Polar Recon kit with essential gear for your next adventure.
Kevin Estela of Estela Wilderness Education explains the pros and cons of neck knife carry for survival and offense/defense. Kevin describes and demonstrates various means of carry as well as set ups to make the neck knife a last ditch emergency kit.
If I could convince you that there is only one firearms training technique that is guaranteed to blow-away your competition, would you use it? What if I told you that this one technique is cheaper and safer than any other way of training with firearms and it can even be done in your home? Would you think it’s too good to be true[…] Continue Reading
Napoleon learned an army marches on its stomach. Cut off from supplies, he struggled to survive the Russian campaign as he found the Russians destroyed anything of value the invading army could have exploited. As a result, his army suffered a crippling loss and the return trek to France claimed many lives from malnourishment and[…] Continue Reading