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Pathfinder Basic Survival Class (3 days, 2 nights) 

2.5 CEU's

A Patch Qualification Course

The purpose of the Basic Survival Class is to provide students with the knowledge to survive a 72 hr. emergency scenario, using the 10 C's of Survivability (kit items). The multi-functionality of the items within the kit will be discussed, demonstrated and applied to self-aid situations, Fire Craft, Shelter Construction and Water Collection.

Basic does not mean easy - It means the essential facts or principles of a subject or skill. Our essentials will revolutionize your outdoor training by pushing you beyond the limits you would otherwise push yourself. During the course, you can expect to walk roughly 3-4 miles You will be carrying your gear (approx.35lb) as well as materials for projects. Most of which you will collect off the landscape.

You will complete various timed exercises individually and as part of a team. Each deliverable is designed to make you more self-reliant. If you don't give up on yourself, we won't give up on you. We work in an EDI (Educate, Demonstrate, Imitate) fashion of training. The pace is dictated by the student(s).

Click Here for the Required Equipment List

IMPORTANT: Regardless of your experience or skill level in the woods, the Basic class is intense and is the foundation from which all Pathfinder School classes are built.

A broad overview of requirements / what you can expect - Most of these tasks will be performed while carrying your gear.

  • hikes of 1-2 miles
  • collection of sticks and other materials off the landscape
  • navigation courses over terrain which may be muddy or uneven
  • dealing with the elements (Hot, Cold, Rain, Snow, etc.)
  • As part of the final exercise: On the 2nd night, you will sleep in a temporary shelter that you construct and will have access to limited gear. No exceptions will be made unless you leave the course entirely.

Port-a-Pots are located approximately 400 yards from the base camp near the parking area.

Water will be available from jugs located in Base Camp. We continually check the water supply to make sure it is readily available.

We do not allow anyone to remain at camp without an instructor present

If you suffer from a medical condition that requires medication, please bring your prescribed medicines with you. If you undergo surgery or a hospital stay within 30 days of the class, DO NOT attempt this course.

Highly recommend - physically prepare yourself at least 1-3 months in advance of this class. Based on your “starting point” physical condition.

  • Hiking: uneven terrain will provide the most benefit.
  • Walking: (at least 3-5 times weekly) for 5K
  • Work your way up to a pack weight of 50lb before the class begins

As the premier school for self-reliance, our training exceeds that of any other school in the nation; so please take it seriously and take the time to physically prepare.

This class is the Foundation, without it, you may not pass higher-level classes. No refunds will be issued for classes you do not pass or those you quit.

Non-Patch Qualification Policy

  • When a student enrolls it is fully expected that they intend to certify in Basic Survival (by going for the patch).
  • If you fall behind but are doing your best, we will support your effort 100%! We will encourage you to keep it up and complete the course to the best of your ability.
  •  Should you be unable to keep up with the group due to physical injury or other health problem(s), we will go above and beyond to assist you by aiding in your mobility, administering hydration and personal motivation! Should those efforts fail, leaving you unable to complete the course, we will need to ask you to leave the school grounds.
  • If you (tap out) quit at any point, a helper will be assigned to aid you in packing up your gear and you will need to exit the school grounds.
  • Again, it is PERFECTLY ACCEPTABLE, to complete the course without qualifying for the patch, just let your instructor know that this is your desire.

    Qualifications Issued

    • To those graduating from the course, a Basic Class Patch and Certificate of Completion, signed by the Instructional staff will be issued to you.
    • To those remaining throughout the course but did not meet the requirements of Patch Qualification, a Certificate of Training shall be issued to you, signed by the Instructional staff.
    • Both documents note Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) awarded.

      Age Requirements

      • Any student under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult
      • Young Adults 13+ are full price
      • Children 10-12 yrs. old attend FREE (one child per paying student)
      • This class is not recommended for youths under age 13.
      • Children ages 10-12 must remain with their parent/guardian at all times.
      • Children ages 10-12 will not qualify for a patch.

        If your child is left in camp repeatedly or left alone to be cared for by staff, you may be asked to leave the class.

        If you bring a minor that is not your child, you must have a signed Emergency Care Authorization form filled out by that child's parent(s) or legal guardian. Reference your Confirmation email for this document.

        Due to property insurance restrictions: There will be no camping on the school property prior to the start of the class or after the classes conclude.

        Each class is instructed by highly trained and professional outdoor/wilderness instructors. Each instructor teaches the Pathfinder School system and is authorized by Dave Canterbury. Instructors, including Dave Canterbury, can vary class to class.

        Basic Survival Equipment List

        • Camping is Primitive (Tent/Hammock) and Walk-In Only
        • Food is not provided, so bring adequate food and snacks
        • Electrolyte drink mixes are recommended (Gatorade, Powerade, or Jello)
        • Port-a-Potties are located 400 yards from Base Camp and serve as the only means of restroom facilities

        The following items are the REQUIRED Items to be used for the completion of the Pathfinder Basic Survival course. Each student MUST have their own equipment to complete the required deliverable tasks. While you may substitute items, doing so is at your own risk and may prevent you from completing assigned tasks.

        NOTE: IF YOU NEED TO ORDER ITEMS FROM SELF RELIANCE OUTFITTERS YOU MUST DO SO NO LATER THAN TWO WEEKS PRIOR TO CLASS TO ENSURE YOU RECEIVE YOUR GEAR. ORDERS CANNOT BE SHIPPED TO THE SCHOOL PROPERTY FOR PICK UP.

        The 10 C's of Survivability refer to the 10 Categories of Tools used in survival. Please separate the 10 C's into an easily manageable backpack or haversack (shoulder bag) as these are the primary tools you will utilize:

        1) Cutting Tools:

        2) Combustion Devices: Fire Kit Components

        3) Cover: Emergency Shelter

        4) Cordage:

        5) Container: Drinking & Cooking

        6) Compass

        7) Cloth & Repair

        • 3' x 3' of 100% Cotton Material (Shemagh or XXXL Orange T Shirt)
        • Scrap Cotton material like an old T (100% Cotton)
        • (1)  #14 Sail Needle

        8) Candling Device: Lighting

        9) Cargo: Tape

        10) Combination Tool: Multi Tools

        • Leatherman Style Multi Tool or Swiss Army Knife

         

        Additionally you will need:

        • All Weather Notebook/ Journal
        • 3 Pencils/ All Weather Pens
        • Clothes appropriate for weather conditions. 
        • appropriate Hygiene Items
        • Bring any food & snacks that you need (no meals are provided)
        • Bring any and all medications for personal use including bug sprays (especially those that repel ticks) as well as first aid items that are appropriate for the outdoor environment (especially items for poison ivy).

         

        You may camp with a Tent or Hammock and you are not limited to what you may bring. We recommend leaving coolers in vehicle and taking items out as needed during breaks as they are given. 

        Exxon Gas Station located at 7575 Rte. 327 Wellston, OH 45692 (740) 384-4767 at 8am on the first day of class (unless otherwise noted in the individual class description). A Pathfinder Instructor will be there to meet you.  From there you will be lead to the school property.

        Nearby Hotels:

        Comfort Inn

        605 E. Main St, Jackson, OH 45640 (740) 286-7581

        Aprrox. 8.1 miles (12 minutes) from class meeting location.

        Approx. 10.9 miles (27 minutes) from the School Property

        Days Inn 

        972 E Main St, Jackson, OH 45640 (740) 286-3464

        Aprrox. 7.7 miles (9 minutes) from class meeting location.

        Approx. 10.4 miles (24 minutes) from the School Property

        Red Roof Inn

        1000 Acy Ave, Jackson, OH 45640 (740) 288-1200

        Aprrox. 7.8 miles (10 minutes) from class meeting location.

        Approx. 10.6 miles (24 minutes) from the School Property

         

        Nearby Camp Grounds:

        Lake Alma State Park

        422 Lake Alma Road, Wellston, OH 45692 - Reservations (866) 644-6727 Park Office (740) 384-4474

        Aprrox. 3.1 miles (7 minutes) from class meeting location.

        Jackson Lake State Park

        35 Tommy Been Road, Oak Hill, OH 45656 - Reservations (866) 644-6727 Park Office (740) 682-6197

        Approx. 21.3 miles (29 minutes) from class meeting location.

        All students must read, agree, and sign a Liability Waiver and Release form for the Pathfinder School LLC and the venue prior to attending the course. This can be signed brought to the course and given to staff upon arrival. No student will attend training without both forms being on file. Please note we do not share this information with anyone.

        Click here for the Pathfinder School Liability Waiver and Release. 

        If you need to cancel..

        Once you purchase a class for The Pathfinder School, the Pathfinder Gathering, or for a Self Reliance Outfitters store event, you have up to 14 days before the event or class to cancel and receive a refund. This provides us time to open the spot for someone else to purchase. 

        Any cancellations past that threshold will not be eligible for a refund. A cancellation due to an emergency will be handled on a case by case basis and will only be eligible for a store gift card.

        If you do not show up for a class or event your registration fees are forfeited and no refunds or store credits will be issued.

        If a class gets canceled...

        We require a minimum of 5 to 10 students to conduct a class (depending on the class).  If a class needs to be cancelled due to an insufficient number of registrations, you will be contacted by phone or email. You will then have the option to transfer to another class (if available), receive a store gift card, or a refund.

        Please note: The Pathfinder School LLC is not responsible for travel expenses, airline tickets, or other accommodations if a class is cancelled.

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        *Pathfinder Classes are not eligible for discounts.

        Pathfinder Basic Survival Class (3 days, 2 nights) 

        2.5 CEU's

        A Patch Qualification Course

        The purpose of the Basic Survival Class is to provide students with the knowledge to survive a 72 hr. emergency scenario, using the 10 C's of Survivability (kit items). The multi-functionality of the items within the kit will be discussed, demonstrated and applied to self-aid situations, Fire Craft, Shelter Construction and Water Collection.

        Basic does not mean easy - It means the essential facts or principles of a subject or skill. Our essentials will revolutionize your outdoor training by pushing you beyond the limits you would otherwise push yourself. During the course, you can expect to walk roughly 3-4 miles You will be carrying your gear (approx.35lb) as well as materials for projects. Most of which you will collect off the landscape.

        You will complete various timed exercises individually and as part of a team. Each deliverable is designed to make you more self-reliant. If you don't give up on yourself, we won't give up on you. We work in an EDI (Educate, Demonstrate, Imitate) fashion of training. The pace is dictated by the student(s).

        Click Here for the Required Equipment List

        IMPORTANT: Regardless of your experience or skill level in the woods, the Basic class is intense and is the foundation from which all Pathfinder School classes are built.

        A broad overview of requirements / what you can expect - Most of these tasks will be performed while carrying your gear.

        • hikes of 1-2 miles
        • collection of sticks and other materials off the landscape
        • navigation courses over terrain which may be muddy or uneven
        • dealing with the elements (Hot, Cold, Rain, Snow, etc.)
        • As part of the final exercise: On the 2nd night, you will sleep in a temporary shelter that you construct and will have access to limited gear. No exceptions will be made unless you leave the course entirely.

        Port-a-Pots are located approximately 400 yards from the base camp near the parking area.

        Water will be available from jugs located in Base Camp. We continually check the water supply to make sure it is readily available.

        We do not allow anyone to remain at camp without an instructor present

        If you suffer from a medical condition that requires medication, please bring your prescribed medicines with you. If you undergo surgery or a hospital stay within 30 days of the class, DO NOT attempt this course.

        Highly recommend - physically prepare yourself at least 1-3 months in advance of this class. Based on your “starting point” physical condition.

        • Hiking: uneven terrain will provide the most benefit.
        • Walking: (at least 3-5 times weekly) for 5K
        • Work your way up to a pack weight of 50lb before the class begins

        As the premier school for self-reliance, our training exceeds that of any other school in the nation; so please take it seriously and take the time to physically prepare.

        This class is the Foundation, without it, you may not pass higher-level classes. No refunds will be issued for classes you do not pass or those you quit.

        Non-Patch Qualification Policy

        • When a student enrolls it is fully expected that they intend to certify in Basic Survival (by going for the patch).
        • If you fall behind but are doing your best, we will support your effort 100%! We will encourage you to keep it up and complete the course to the best of your ability.
        •  Should you be unable to keep up with the group due to physical injury or other health problem(s), we will go above and beyond to assist you by aiding in your mobility, administering hydration and personal motivation! Should those efforts fail, leaving you unable to complete the course, we will need to ask you to leave the school grounds.
        • If you (tap out) quit at any point, a helper will be assigned to aid you in packing up your gear and you will need to exit the school grounds.
        • Again, it is PERFECTLY ACCEPTABLE, to complete the course without qualifying for the patch, just let your instructor know that this is your desire.

          Qualifications Issued

          • To those graduating from the course, a Basic Class Patch and Certificate of Completion, signed by the Instructional staff will be issued to you.
          • To those remaining throughout the course but did not meet the requirements of Patch Qualification, a Certificate of Training shall be issued to you, signed by the Instructional staff.
          • Both documents note Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) awarded.

            Age Requirements

            • Any student under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult
            • Young Adults 13+ are full price
            • Children 10-12 yrs. old attend FREE (one child per paying student)
            • This class is not recommended for youths under age 13.
            • Children ages 10-12 must remain with their parent/guardian at all times.
            • Children ages 10-12 will not qualify for a patch.

              If your child is left in camp repeatedly or left alone to be cared for by staff, you may be asked to leave the class.

              If you bring a minor that is not your child, you must have a signed Emergency Care Authorization form filled out by that child's parent(s) or legal guardian. Reference your Confirmation email for this document.

              Due to property insurance restrictions: There will be no camping on the school property prior to the start of the class or after the classes conclude.

              Each class is instructed by highly trained and professional outdoor/wilderness instructors. Each instructor teaches the Pathfinder School system and is authorized by Dave Canterbury. Instructors, including Dave Canterbury, can vary class to class.

              Basic Survival Equipment List

              • Camping is Primitive (Tent/Hammock) and Walk-In Only
              • Food is not provided, so bring adequate food and snacks
              • Electrolyte drink mixes are recommended (Gatorade, Powerade, or Jello)
              • Port-a-Potties are located 400 yards from Base Camp and serve as the only means of restroom facilities

              The following items are the REQUIRED Items to be used for the completion of the Pathfinder Basic Survival course. Each student MUST have their own equipment to complete the required deliverable tasks. While you may substitute items, doing so is at your own risk and may prevent you from completing assigned tasks.

              NOTE: IF YOU NEED TO ORDER ITEMS FROM SELF RELIANCE OUTFITTERS YOU MUST DO SO NO LATER THAN TWO WEEKS PRIOR TO CLASS TO ENSURE YOU RECEIVE YOUR GEAR. ORDERS CANNOT BE SHIPPED TO THE SCHOOL PROPERTY FOR PICK UP.

              The 10 C's of Survivability refer to the 10 Categories of Tools used in survival. Please separate the 10 C's into an easily manageable backpack or haversack (shoulder bag) as these are the primary tools you will utilize:

              1) Cutting Tools:

              2) Combustion Devices: Fire Kit Components

              3) Cover: Emergency Shelter

              4) Cordage:

              5) Container: Drinking & Cooking

              6) Compass

              7) Cloth & Repair

              • 3' x 3' of 100% Cotton Material (Shemagh or XXXL Orange T Shirt)
              • Scrap Cotton material like an old T (100% Cotton)
              • (1)  #14 Sail Needle

              8) Candling Device: Lighting

              9) Cargo: Tape

              10) Combination Tool: Multi Tools

              • Leatherman Style Multi Tool or Swiss Army Knife

               

              Additionally you will need:

              • All Weather Notebook/ Journal
              • 3 Pencils/ All Weather Pens
              • Clothes appropriate for weather conditions. 
              • appropriate Hygiene Items
              • Bring any food & snacks that you need (no meals are provided)
              • Bring any and all medications for personal use including bug sprays (especially those that repel ticks) as well as first aid items that are appropriate for the outdoor environment (especially items for poison ivy).

               

              You may camp with a Tent or Hammock and you are not limited to what you may bring. We recommend leaving coolers in vehicle and taking items out as needed during breaks as they are given. 

              Exxon Gas Station located at 7575 Rte. 327 Wellston, OH 45692 (740) 384-4767 at 8am on the first day of class (unless otherwise noted in the individual class description). A Pathfinder Instructor will be there to meet you.  From there you will be lead to the school property.

              Nearby Hotels:

              Comfort Inn

              605 E. Main St, Jackson, OH 45640 (740) 286-7581

              Aprrox. 8.1 miles (12 minutes) from class meeting location.

              Approx. 10.9 miles (27 minutes) from the School Property

              Days Inn 

              972 E Main St, Jackson, OH 45640 (740) 286-3464

              Aprrox. 7.7 miles (9 minutes) from class meeting location.

              Approx. 10.4 miles (24 minutes) from the School Property

              Red Roof Inn

              1000 Acy Ave, Jackson, OH 45640 (740) 288-1200

              Aprrox. 7.8 miles (10 minutes) from class meeting location.

              Approx. 10.6 miles (24 minutes) from the School Property

               

              Nearby Camp Grounds:

              Lake Alma State Park

              422 Lake Alma Road, Wellston, OH 45692 - Reservations (866) 644-6727 Park Office (740) 384-4474

              Aprrox. 3.1 miles (7 minutes) from class meeting location.

              Jackson Lake State Park

              35 Tommy Been Road, Oak Hill, OH 45656 - Reservations (866) 644-6727 Park Office (740) 682-6197

              Approx. 21.3 miles (29 minutes) from class meeting location.

              All students must read, agree, and sign a Liability Waiver and Release form for the Pathfinder School LLC and the venue prior to attending the course. This can be signed brought to the course and given to staff upon arrival. No student will attend training without both forms being on file. Please note we do not share this information with anyone.

              Click here for the Pathfinder School Liability Waiver and Release. 

              If you need to cancel..

              Once you purchase a class for The Pathfinder School, the Pathfinder Gathering, or for a Self Reliance Outfitters store event, you have up to 14 days before the event or class to cancel and receive a refund. This provides us time to open the spot for someone else to purchase. 

              Any cancellations past that threshold will not be eligible for a refund. A cancellation due to an emergency will be handled on a case by case basis and will only be eligible for a store gift card.

              If you do not show up for a class or event your registration fees are forfeited and no refunds or store credits will be issued.

              If a class gets canceled...

              We require a minimum of 5 to 10 students to conduct a class (depending on the class).  If a class needs to be cancelled due to an insufficient number of registrations, you will be contacted by phone or email. You will then have the option to transfer to another class (if available), receive a store gift card, or a refund.

              Please note: The Pathfinder School LLC is not responsible for travel expenses, airline tickets, or other accommodations if a class is cancelled.

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              Jason Callaway (Tennessee, United States)
              Great class!

              I recommend getting yourself prepared a few months before the class . It will make your experience better. It’s just an observation.

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              Casey Blanchette (Wisconsin, United States)
              Better than expected, this class is Outstanding!!

              I learned alot and had a ton of fun at the basic class, when they say basic doesn't mean easy, they mean it!! Take the time to physically prepare and also work on some of the basic skills like knots, firecraft, and use your Sunnto MC2 before you go and you'll have a better experience than if you don't. These guys really encourage you to push yourself just beyond your limits and that's how you better yourself.

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              Justin Bauer (Pennsylvania, United States)
              ? It hasn’t happened

              I dnt know yet it’s on July 30th I haven’t been there yet I’m pumped about it

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              James Pettet (Ohio, United States)
              You'll learn as much about yourself as you will survival.

              Here's the skinny version; this course is grueling and will grind you into a pulp if you don’t take it seriously. Adhere to the gear list with as little amount of deviation as possible. Seriously, 6mil 55gal drum liners vs 42gal contractor bags could be the difference between patching and not patching. You might see the word “basic” and think ‘ah, I’ll be fine. It can’t be that hard’ and I’d like to warn you, emphatically, that you are wrong. It is that hard. I signed up for this class a week and a half before it took place and came ill-prepared and wasn’t sure I’d pass the course.

              What I didn’t bring (or skimped on):
              Wool Blanket - because I had a sleeping bag. My sleeping bag (it’s a standard sleeping bag) was so bulky and heavier than a wool blanket that it made my pack unwieldy and heavy af as I lugged it around the woods (you’ll take your pack everywhere).
              6mil 55gal drum liners - again, I had limited time to prepare for this so ordering individual drum liners from the site was not an option for me. (but you should order them if it is possible for you). I brought 42gal contractor bags that I picked up from Lowes. I was fortunate and there were some liners from a previous class. My 42gal bags would have been ragged and would have potentially caused me to fail the course from having a lack of fire building supplies.
              Compass - I bought a compass that fit all of the parameters on the gear list. However, when nav day came, it was off by 8 degrees to the west. If you can’t navigate, you won’t patch.
              Space blanket - I found a cheap mylar blanket on amazon that did not have grommets - you need one with grommets for your shelter and the thin, crappy ones simply won't do. Luckily they had a loner I could borrow but you can’t count on that as they rent out their gear and are likely not to have one.
              32oz bottle and nesting cup - I went to Walmart and found a nesting cup. Then I packed my 32oz, double insulated water bottle. It didn’t jive. First, you can’t put the double walled metal cups into a fire.They’ll explode. I didn’t realize that was the intent of the water bottle. And secondly, the two items have to fit fairly well together because you’re going to have to cook some punkwood in them and if there isn’t a semi-seal it won’t turn out.

              Things I brought that I shouldn’t have:
              Too many changes of clothes. You maybe need 2 pairs of underwear and a couple of pairs of socks (wear wool socks - even if it's hot.) This is not going to be a hygienically comfortable experience. Get that in your head now.
              Two knives - you have to pick one and stow the other in your vehicle.
              Camelbak - can’t use it. They are strict as to what you can and cannot have.
              Too much food. This might be different for you. I’m a bigger guy with some extra calories stored up and I had too many other things going on to worry too much about food. I bought an 18 pack of cliff bars, large bag of jerky and brought some other stuff like dried fruit and nuts. I only ate 3 cliff bars and about half of the jerky. Again, this is weight I didn’t need.
              Basically everything that wasn’t on the list. There was not one thing (other than my cpap and battery for it (which you can leave in your vehicle and asked to get help retrieving at the end of the night)) that I bought that wasn’t on the list that I used.

              Things I wish I had known:
              This class isn’t just to teach you skills. Dave and crew have designed the class to put you in the mindset of someone in a real survival situation. As he puts it “[he] can’t cut you or break your bones but [he] can make you tired enough to feel the pressures of a real survival situation.” YOU WILL HIKE A LOT!
              The class structure is more reminiscent of military training than a survival class. There are strict rules and high expectations. While you’re not being grilled and pounded into the dirt by a DI, you will feel a sense of subordination and that what you’re doing at any given time is critical to your progression..
              This course is designed to be as much of a mind f%$# as it is anything else. This is because you won’t be in your typical, stable mindset if you’re ever in an emergency situation where you have to create the necessary circumstances to keep yourself alive. What I mean to say is, they’re not going to coddle you and they’re going to push you. This is all about finding out if you have the guts to keep yourself alive.
              Hydrate the day before the course. At the end of the first day, I had a throbbing headache, almost vomited when I finally sat down, and my urine was brown - that’s not an exaggeration.

              Remember, this is the kind of fun that’s most enjoyable when you get to reflect on it. Prepare your mind, body, and kit for this course as if your life depends on it. If you tap out due to a lack of mental toughness, I believe you’ll regret it forever. And if you’re able to stick it out, you’ll have something to look back on and pull strength from - “If I can do that, I can do this.”

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              mark eusey (California, United States)
              Hell of a fun ride

              First off this class isn’t going to be easy at all if you live west of the Rocky Mountains do not train in shorts & a t-shirt, it’s not helpful I enjoyed this class but would have had a much easier time if i had been prepared for humid conditions
              Training in a long sleeve & sweatpants will somewhat help you adjust to humidity... an unrelenting source of “discomfort “ you will learn lots and enjoy it buuut beware shade is not equal to the blissful relief you get out west. Acclimation is not something you can achieve in a day or two ! So my tip for success is training hot and adopt a hydration practice well in advance will be most effective in carrying you through this class !! Tic’s and bugs out in Ohio are prejudiced against the locals and WILL find you to be far sweeter so go prepared to remove lots of them ! I only wish that all 12 of my freeloading stowaway’s didn’t leave so many holes in me 😏 I had to medically tap out after first day due to health issues & I plan on returning a whole lot wiser than before ! again I cannot recommend this class more!! But buyers beware 5 miles in Atlanta airport carrying a 50 lb bag 2 nights before I barely broke a sweat but 38% humidity exponentially reduces your body’s ability to self cool so training in hellish hot is only way to ease climate transition had a great time cannot wait to get back!!😎👍

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