|Posted by Chad on April 28, 2011 at 12:39 PM|
Recently in the south, there have been numerous tornado touchdowns that have caused damage and loss of life. Now, it is very hard to survive a tree falling down on top of them, but can you fend for yourself and your family? That is the question.
Do you know the necessary steps to be prepared in case of emergency weather? Can you move, saw, cut, broken limbs and trees that may stand in the way of surviving tornadic activity? If not, what are the limitations--strength, mobility, preparedness? The next question to ask is, what do you do about those limitations? Hope they never come up--the time you think this, is the time they will come knockin' on your door.
My heart goes out to families in my neighborhood who lost homes, and even moreso to those who have lost loved ones. It's been a terrible couple of weeks, and the summer has jsut started. Hurricane season is up next. Are you ready?
Gather the tools to make yourself ready. Mobility and mindful conditioning...above is your motivation...