A journey to complete self-reliance
Joshua takes you into the woods to give you the knowledge to handle the most common injuries in the backcountry using dedicated medical gear as well as improvised techniques in order to get back to civilization.
- Medical Gear Discussion
- Common Camping/ Hiking Gear for First Aid Use
- Blood and how much is needed to Survive
- Direct pressure & Elevation
- Wound irrigation & Disinfecting
- Pressure Dressings
- Wound Packing
- Tourniquets Technique and Demonstrations
- Ankle Splints
- Leg Splints
- Knee Immobilizers
- Arm Splints & Slings
- Wrist Splints & Slings
- Finger Splints & Slings
- How to deal with Burns
- Pelvic Injuries
- Neck & Back Injuries
- Blister Care & Prevention
- Improvised Wound Closure Techniques
- Major Injuries
From tactical to ancestral: Empowering you to rely less on equipment and more on nature and self.
My name is Joshua Enyart, you may know me as the Gray Bearded Green Beret from YouTube. I specialize in survival, bushcraft, and preparedness, operating from the eastern woodlands and mountains of the U.S. Self-reliance instruction is not a hobby, but it’s my profession and my way of life. The skills I teach are based on field experience, not theory. I know what good is, I know what bad is, I know what’s going to work and what fails, because I have lived it. I teach from a position of experience and I can confidently say that I have earned these gray hairs.
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Training To Become Less Equipment Reliant
My training philosophy recognizes that there is an inverse proportion between gear and skill. The lower your skill level – the higher your reliance on gear to keep you safe in the wilderness in an emergency. The higher your skill level – the less your need for gear. My goal as an instructor is to take you from gear-reliance and, through the development of skills, move you towards reducing your reliance on gear and become more and more self- and nature-reliant. The underlying goal is to get people off the couch and back out into the wilderness. I want you to get back in touch with your primal self and enjoy the journey, hopefully with your family and friends.
Not sure where to get started? Take a look through the knowledgebase of free content I’ve provided on YouTube and through the downloads below. I hope these help you in self-reliance journey. When you are ready to take the next step and invest in your self-reliance, sign up for a distance learning course or join me for a real training experience.