Rucking is the practice of marching while carrying a heavy weight. Typically this looks like a backpack with 40-60lbs in it. You should be marching / hiking up hills and over awkward terrain. Rucking has been the gold standard for physical conditioning in militaries since Roman times.>Sandbag training
Awkward and shifting weight builds real-world functional strength>Marksmanship
Go to the range and practice>Hunting
Learn how to stalk prey, how to hide and wait patiently. Learn how to feed yourself and your family.>Reloading
Pursuant to the previous two items.
These are of utmost importance and benefit. Others should be considered for their practical applications, such as:>Car and small engine repair
Learn to turn a wrench. Learn the basics of cars and engines. Learn to fix things like lawn mowers, generators, car engines, transmissions, etc. You’ll save money by being able to fix things yourself, and you’ll have a valuable skill that can be used for barter.>Electrical and electronics repair
Learn how install fixtures, pull wiring, and how to fix appliances, both small and large. Most things are dead simple: replacing the heating elements in an electric stove isn’t much harder than changing a light bulb.>Carpentry
Notice I didn’t say “woodworking.” Woodworking involves sipping an IPA with a big black dildo up your ass while you turn bowls on a lathe. Carpentry is a useful skill.
Your hobbies shouldn’t just be fun distractions. They should harden you against the coming fall of society. All of the useless “look how manly” hobbies suggested are window dressing that won’t necessarily translate into survival skills.