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On this episode we are talking tracking with Freddy Osuna of Greenside Training. For more information on his training, please visit:
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How did you start Greenside Training?
Greenside Training Philosophy
Gear requirements list unlike any other tactical class… measuring tape!
“Subsequently you will leave with a deeper understanding of how focusing our senses can enrich our personal and professional lives.”
Track Traps- please explain
Kid w/ Little Dog Story
What Makes Your Method (Index) Different?
Why should a regular person take a tracking class?
2 Week Thing w/ Recoil??
Nick ask Freddy how you can tell if you are the one being tracked.
The Bearded Firearm Guy
Mr. Nick, could you ask mr. Freddy about the difficulty in tracking with different types of terrain & weather? also if there is a type of terrain or weather that is easier to track someone?
Can you ask him if you can track someone in a urban environment? And if so how can you?
The Bearded Firearm Guy
Then on the flip side on trying to hide your tracks. is it easier or harder in different types of terrain or weather? Also if there is a type of terrain or weather that makes it easier to hide them?
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