Cody Lundin is a survival instructor for the Aboriginal Life Skills School in Prescott, Ariz., Founded in 1991. He teaches modern wildlife survival skills, raw survival skills. aqua, preparation for municipality and family properties. Lundin was also a co-host of Discovery Channel's reality TV show, Dual Survival. Lundin is the only child whose father is a soldier. He spent his childhood moving around until eventually settling in Laramie, Wyoming, where he attended college and high school. After high school, he lived on the streets, in a township, in his friends' backyards, then in a brush cabin while attending college in Prescott, Arizona. Lundin has an in-depth B.A. in Psychology and Holistic Health from Prescott College. Lundin is the author of two books on Survival and Preparedness: 98.6 Degrees: The Art of Keeping Your Butt Alive and When All Hells Break: Things You Need to Survive When Disaster Strikes.
|Born||March 15, 1967, Yavapai County, Arizona, US|
|Occupation||Survival instructor, TV personality, motivational speaker|
|Known for||Former co-host of Discovery Channel's Dual Survival|
Director and wilderness survival teacher at the Aboriginal Living Skills School in Arizona.
He attended high school in Wyoming and studied Holistic Health and Depth Psychology at Prescott College in Arizona.
He began co-hosting the Discovery Channel program, "Dual Survival," in 2010.
He grew up as an only child in a military family.
http://www.codylundin.com/ Official website