There are two types of men in the world: the ones that're rugged, independent, and self-sufficient, and the ones that didn't play Curly in City Slickers. Get jacked (Palance) on survival knowledge at Lifesong Wilderness Adventures.
Created by an expert survivalist who's honed his skill w/ Oregon Search and Rescue (and as a consultant for Man vs. Wild) LWA's exclusive wilderness survival camps'll butch you up w/ personal instruction in basic & advanced survival skills, nature awareness, animal tracking, and other "ancient ways" - all of which he learned at the feet of a real "coyote tracker", who mostly just watched them mistakenly follow the Road Runner into painted images of caves. Dip your toe in the survivalist pool with relatively chill 3-day basic & advanced weekend wilderness schools (you can even stay in a nearby motel) at either their Oregon or Cali camps, which'll somewhat increase your manliness w/ hands-on lessons in fire making, water purification, shelter-building, wildlife awareness & "survival cooking", which teaches you all about the four food mainstays: plants, insects, small mammals, & seeds/nuts, but surprisingly little re: whether your possum fork goes next to your cicada spoon. Alternatively, you can take the plunge with The Edge, an extreme 6-day "adventure" based on LWA's work w/ Bear Grylls, where you spend three days camping/learning to survive/being starved (they call it "coping w/ reduced calories"), before being left alone overnight, so that part's pretty well worn territory, except that you're in the woods.
Their future plans include courses at Wash State next year, and, for the really hardcore, there's a 6 week wilderness apprentice program, or a series of increasingly difficult courses called The Circle, proving that there maybe two types of people in the world, but all of them can appreciate The Lion King.