On this show, Adam is joined by Steve Opat, a true International Man of Mystery, with the beard to prove it, and a hell of a great dude.
Steve is a Field Editor with us at the Journal of Mountain Hunting, calls Alaska home, and spends a ton of time in the field. Overall, this guy is one of the most passionate hunters and writers you’ll ever have the good fortune of spending time with.
In this quick hit gear-focused episode, Adam reviews and shares his favorite training gear from 2018. If you like versatile gear, train outdoors or at home (or would like to start doing so), you’ll want to listen to this one.
So, in the spirit of book recommendations, below you will find the most notable books I read in 2018. Some are old, some are new. Some are non-fiction while others are fiction. Regardless of your tastes, there should be something on this list that will pique your interest.
In a moment of unforeseen tragedy, one of the deadliest natural disasters of our time, they had the physical ability, awareness, and mental toughness… to save their own lives. They ran fast enough, or climbed high enough, to get to safety before the water could get to them.
Moments like this in history have given me massive respect for the idea of being “Always Ready.” And it’s at the core of what we want to help people with here at MTNTOUGH.