The Casio G-Shock is arguably the best watch to have in the event of a zombie apocalypse. Tough, durable, the very definition of rugged.
They have the best zombie-based commercial available, and it relies on you, using either your mouse on a computer, or your finger on the screen of a tablet, to determine whether an intrepid Brit and his girlfriend will survive, holed up in their post-apocalypse apartment.
You'll want to play again. First time, though, start out on "tourist" level.
Play it here. Will you survive Five Minutes?
If you really REALLY are serious about surviving, get this super-light, super-rugged recon vehicle.
Extra to all the sponsors of ZATAcademy's prize package!
Erb's Ace Hardware: Ammo Box, 500' Paracord, $10 coupon for ANY supplies! That's right--$10 toward anything, just for being awesome.
Big Dan's Fitness: Amino Acids, Vitamins, Energy Pack, Shaker.
RussFit: Magnesium Fire Starter, Glow Stick, Triage Note Pad, Emergency Poncho, Emergency H2O Rations, and extra cool stickers.
Seekins Precision: Seekins Precision has always been the go-to weapon for any apocalyptic scenario, and moreso for a Zombie Apocalypse. Due to its rugged construction, attention to detail, and reliability, you can never go wrong with a Seekins as your AR of choice in your Zombie Bug-Out Bag. And with the ammo box provided by Erb's Hardware, you're almost wishing the zombies were upon us now. Almost.
Yes, that Seekins Precision. There are dozens of weapons that are designed to dispatch zombies, and post-apocalypse, you can't be choosy. Since it hasn't happened as of this publishing, you CAN be choosy. Choosy preppers choose Seekins.
Fabricated in Idaho, where they KNOW their guns, Seekins Precision weapons and accessories are the Ferrari to your cousin's 1977 Firebird. The Firebird being a perfectly functional Walmart AR-15. But since you CAN still choose, choose the Seekins.
I did a little more research and asked The Prepared Scotsman, arguably the 2nd best-prepared man physically, and asked him for his opinion. He generously gave it, and I was pleased to see he was on the same page as the Zombie Apocalypse Training Academy:
We joke about what will happen after the zombie apocalypse, but we can be sure of one thing: we'll need energy, and we'll need protein.
Big Dan is sympatico, and came in this week as our newest major sponsor, contributing things that will be in desperate need post-apocalypse:
1) Protein bars
2) Protein powder
3) Energy drink mix
4) Vitamin packets
5) Handy-dandy shaker/rehydrator.
These items will help beef out the prize package even more for this graduating class.
To stock your Zombie Preparedness Kit without breaking the bank, visit http://www.bigdansfitness.com now. Because if you wait until later...well, you better just order now.
Thanks again, Dan, and visit Big Dan's Fitness on FB, too.
Major appreciation for our newest sponsor: Erb's Ace Hardware in Lewiston, Idaho.
Zombie killing tools at awesome prices? Let's see...chainsaws, hatchets, hammers. So yeah. Check.
Survival gear you can afford? Paracord, check. 1st Aid kits, check. Gloves, check. Ammo boxes? Check. In fact, the prize kits from ZATA will be packed in Erb's ammo boxes. Except the machetes--they won't fit.
Get your ZATA-approved gear at Erb's. https://www.facebook.com/erbhardware.
He's always entertaining, always informative, and enjoyable to hear. Here's an excellent vid on making your own "schtorm-pruf" matches BEFORE the zombie apocalypse.
Russ Craber, MBA, CSCS, has always been concerned about a post-apocalyptic zombie scenario, and can train you for optimal living after the inevitable occurs. You would be well-advised to heed his advice.