Warning:

The survival and rescue techniques in this section can help save a life. They can also result in injury. Bodyteen.com is not responsible for any injury or damage resulting from the execution and practice of the techniques presented. Never intentionally put yourself in a dangerous situation. Only practice the techniques that you can execute in a safe environment, under close supervision.

Not only is it important to know how to take care of your body daily. It's also important to know how to care for your body in an emergency. Do you know what to do if you are stranded in your car on an isolated highway in winter, attacked by a rapist, locked in a trunk, or wounded in some way. Do you have the knowledge and strength to survive?

Chuck Anderson survived an attack by an 8ft. 300 lb. shark by breaking off his arm to escape being pulled to the bottom of the ocean. He lost an arm but he gained a life.

Read the following information to make yourself better fit for survival. If an emergency does occur, immediately think of possible ways to solve the problem at hand, choose one, and act with strength and intent.