• ReWild Yourself with Ben Logan – Harder to Kill Radio #88

    Survival expert Ben Logan is all about making more resilient, harder to kill human beings. In this episode, Ben and I explore simple ways you can reconnect with and start building the capacity to better live and play in natural environments. He details ways to incorporate cold water immersion into your routine as well as survival tips for urban environs.

    Ben Logan walking with his Alaskan Malamute in New Zealand.

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    About Ben:

    As an elite athlete, health, performance and survival specialist, Ben’s ultimate purpose is teaching men the art of performance and survival then translating those skills and mindset strategies across into their chosen profession.

    When he’s not in the backcountry mountains of Wanaka, New Zealand training with his Alaskan Malamute, Maska, you can usually find him testing new research on human optimization, survival training and exploring with his family the beautiful region of Wanaka that he calls home.

    He has worked and trained with some of the world’s best athletes and special forces personnel.

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    Ben Logan walking with his Alaskan Malamute in New Zealand.

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