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    Equip2endure

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    Tonight on the Equip2Endure Show At age 7 Chris began his survival training, under the tutelage of his father, a survival expert with the British Special Forces. After leaving school, Chris decided to move away from civilisation and chose to spend his time living off the natural resources around him, without a typical home or house to call a base. Instead he travelled throughout the country, living in shelters he’d built himself in places such as Ben Nevis, Devon, Dartmoor, Exmoor and Cornwall.Whilst Chris was living off the land, he offered tourists his services as a guide and started running small survival courses. In 1989, he formed a survival school in Guildford, Surrey trading as the Guildford Survival School. In 1992, the school was featured in national newspapers when Chris shows TV chef Glynn Christian, when he showed how to cook and eat in survival situations. It was a round this time Chris was introduced by his father, to John “Lofty” Wiseman - (regarded as the Godfather of Survival Training) who refined Chriss expertise in all aspects of survival. In 2005, Chris founded the Trueways Survival School, where he worked alongside his mentor John “Lofty” Wiseman. A year later, Chris was featured in the E4 programme Princess Nikki instructing celebrity Nikki Grahame how to build a simple outdoor home, made of trees and branches, how to dig a hole in the ground for a toilet, and how to fish. This episode had an overnight rating of 236,000 viewers. Chris sold his interest in Trueways Survival School in 2009 to set up Chris Caine Survival.

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    Equip2Endure

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    The Equip 2 Endure Team's topic for this series of episodes is focused on purchasing quality item, understanding the need for practical training, and establishing an all encompassing understanding of all these parts effectively and efficiently working together to meet your preparedness goals.  Materialistic tendencies have invaded almost every aspect of our lives, but to be successfully prepared we need to look past the next best thing and start asking why.  Join your hosts, Adam Francis, Robert Oliver,  and Joe Flowers as they examine trends and pitfalls that every aspect practically prepared person should be aware of.  Remember if you're not always prepared you're never prepared!


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    Equip2Endure

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    Due to a Equip2Endure family Emergency we will be doing a replay this week


    This week on the Equip 2 Endure show, its gear, gear and more gear. The Equip 2 Endure team will be discussing some of their favorite gear, both new and old. From wilderness survival to home preparation, we will see what they think are the must have items, and what products they just cant live without. After many requests, we also are bring back "Gear pick of the week". This should be a fun episode for both the listener as well as the team.



     

  • 01:29

    Equip2Endure

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    Tonight on the Equip2Endure Show
    At age 7 Chris began his survival training, under the tutelage of his father, a survival expert with the British Special Forces.
    After leaving school, Chris decided to move away from civilisation and chose to spend his time living off the natural resources around him, without a typical home or house to call a base. Instead he travelled throughout the country, living in shelters he’d built himself in places such as Ben Nevis, Devon, Dartmoor, Exmoor and Cornwall.Whilst Chris was living off the land, he offered tourists his services
    as a guide and started running small survival courses. In 1989, he formed a survival school in Guildford, Surrey trading as the Guildford Survival School. In 1992, the school was featured in national newspapers when Chris shows TV chef Glynn Christian, when he showed
    how to cook and eat in survival situations.
    It was a round this time Chris was introduced by his father, to John “Lofty” Wiseman - (regarded as the Godfather of Survival Training) who refined Chris's expertise in all aspects of survival.
    In 2005, Chris founded the Trueways Survival School, where he worked alongside his mentor John “Lofty” Wiseman.
    A year later, Chris was featured in the E4 programme Princess Nikki instructing celebrity Nikki Grahame how to build a simple outdoor home, made of trees and branches, how to dig a hole in the ground for a toilet, and how to fish. This episode had an overnight rating of 236,000 viewers.
    Chris sold his interest in Trueways Survival School in 2009 to set up Chris Caine Survival.

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    Equip2Endure

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    This week on the Equip2Endure show, we welcome Mr Tony Nester. Tony has instructed desert survival courses for the National Transportation & Safety Board, National Weather Service, U.S. Military Special Operations Units and for private corporations. He is also a longtime faculty member of the Desert Institute at Joshua Tree National Park. Tony has extensive experience working with the media and film industry and has provided survival training for actors Josh Brolin (Jonah Hex) and Emile Hirsch (Into The Wild) along with working with Andrew Zimmern, the host of the Travel Channels Bizarre Foods.Tony has been featured in numerous media outlets including on NBC News, the Travel Channel, Maxim Magazine, the New York Times, and the Discovery Channel.In addition to extensive experience in wilderness survival, Tony has a BA in Anthropology and is an Emergency Medical Tech (EMT-B). He is the author of four books on outdoor survival through Diamond Creek Press, and writes a popular monthly column for Outside Magazine. We are excited to have this chance to talk with Tony for what is sure to be a great show.

     

  • 01:01

    Equip2Endure

    in Family

    This week on the Equip2Endure show, we welcome Mr Tony Nester. Tony has instructed desert survival courses for the National Transportation & Safety Board, National Weather Service, U.S. Military Special Operations Units and for private corporations. He is also a longtime faculty member of the Desert Institute at Joshua Tree National Park. Tony has extensive experience working with the media and film industry and has provided survival training for actors Josh Brolin (Jonah Hex) and Emile Hirsch (Into The Wild) along with working with Andrew Zimmern, the host of the Travel Channel's Bizarre Foods.Tony has been featured in numerous media outlets including on NBC News, the Travel Channel, Maxim Magazine, the New York Times, and the Discovery Channel.In addition to extensive experience in wilderness survival, Tony has a BA in Anthropology and is an Emergency Medical Tech (EMT-B). He is the author of four books on outdoor survival through Diamond Creek Press, and writes a popular monthly column for Outside Magazine. We are excited to have this chance to talk with Tony for what is sure to be a great show.

  • 01:29

    Equip2Endure

    in Family


    Tonight on the Equip2Endure Show At age 7 Chris began his survival training, under the tutelage of his father, a survival expert with the British Special Forces. After leaving school, Chris decided to move away from civilisation and chose to spend his time living off the natural resources around him, without a typical home or house to call a base. Instead he travelled throughout the country, living in shelters he’d built himself in places such as Ben Nevis, Devon, Dartmoor, Exmoor and Cornwall.Whilst Chris was living off the land, he offered tourists his services as a guide and started running small survival courses. In 1989, he formed a survival school in Guildford, Surrey trading as the Guildford Survival School. In 1992, the school was featured in national newspapers when Chris shows TV chef Glynn Christian, when he showed how to cook and eat in survival situations. It was a round this time Chris was introduced by his father, to John “Lofty” Wiseman - (regarded as the Godfather of Survival Training) who refined Chriss expertise in all aspects of survival. In 2005, Chris founded the Trueways Survival School, where he worked alongside his mentor John “Lofty” Wiseman. A year later, Chris was featured in the E4 programme Princess Nikki instructing celebrity Nikki Grahame how to build a simple outdoor home, made of trees and branches, how to dig a hole in the ground for a toilet, and how to fish. This episode had an overnight rating of 236,000 viewers. Chris sold his interest in Trueways Survival School in 2009 to set up Chris Caine Survival.





     

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