PREPARE YOUR MIND
Not only will combat test your strength and stamina, but will also test your mental fortitude. The more understanding you have in modern warfare tactics the easier it is not to panic and freeze up when the rounds start flying over your head. Having the right tools, equipment, weapons, supplies, fitness and knowledge is what is going to give you the mental edge to effectively operate in a combat environment.
PREPARE YOUR BODY
If you are not already in good physical shape, it is important to start working on it now. Starting a basic workout regimen that includes running, push ups, sit ups and you can make use of fitness equipment like stationary bike, elliptical, treadmill etc., but make sure when opting for pricey equipment like treadmill do read the treadmill review before making a choice. This will pay huge dividends later. Combat is physically demanding and can shock the body if it’s out of shape, but by getting into shape now, it will greatly increase the odds of your own survival.
BODY AND MIND
All forms of combat are stressful, confusing and downright exhausting. The enemy is counting on you and your comrades to not be prepared. Their success depends on it. Don’t wait until the last minute to buy a weapon and learn how to use it…effectively. Don’t wait to start a workout regimen. Combat is not the place to try to get in better shape. Don’t wait until the last minute to purchase an LBE[V] or other load bearing equipment. Combat is not the place to realize that your load bearing equipment doesn’t fit correctly. isn’t comfortable or functional. Having the proper equipment and having it fit correctly is as every bit as important as your physical and mental preparation.
Michael Graham III
Founder of The Three Percenters Club