Zombie Apocalypse Survival Guide - My9 New Jersey

Zombie Apocalypse Survival Guide

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It is important to know how to survive any case of emergencies like earthquakes, hurricanes or car accidents, so why not make learning to survive a serious matter a little more interesting by prepping for a zombie apocalypse?

In Central Jersey, there is a Zombie Survival Course that you can take and learn how to survive a zombie apocalypse and other life-threatening events.

Mark Scelza teaches the Zombie Survival Course. He says “the skills we teach here can help you in any kind of disaster or crisis situation, from a car accident or a hurricane, or even a zombie apocalypse.”

The first thing Scelza teaches is that you need to be prepared and pack the perfect “bug-out-bag”. This is a bag that you can easily grab right away and keep with you at any time. Things included in this bag are: long-term food and water provisions, survival gear, emergency medical trauma kits and a water purification system.

The course also teaches students how to proper stitch skin, how to shoot using a bow and arrow and how to use a shot gun, as well as how to stay healthy, and more.

There are also several zombie survival course base camps located in South Jersey, Atlantic City and Newark, New Jersey.

All of the trainers that teach the course are firearm instructors and are NRA-Certified.

Although Zombies aren’t actually real, this course teaches you the fundamentals of survival and how to help not only yourself, but others as well.

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