of "TacFit Training"
eBook and Video Training by Scott Sonnon
Commando program is essentially a "combat-oriented"
style of program. The exercises and movements are
geared towards developing the fitness and performance
capabilities of those who need to to be ready for
action at a moments notice (police, SWAT, special
operations soldiers, firefighters, etc.) and who
don't often have gym equipment available to train
on and keep in top condition.
A mastery of bodyweight
and body movement is essential for people in those
occupations. For example, one of the exercises
involves falling backwards then using arm, core
and leg strength to pop almost all the way back
up to a standing position instantly. Then you move
to the other side and pop back up again. You repeat
this going back and forth, basically training your
body to respond with power to a situation that would
normally leave you on your back and vulnerable (from
a combat point of view).
WHO IT'S FOR...
Now, just because I mentioned
it's a combat-style program, it doesn't mean that you
won't benefit from this training, even if you're not a
This type of training carries
tremendous benefits for those who want to achieve that
mastery over their bodyweight with the overall performance
benefits and physique improvements that will follow.
If you're a beginner just
starting out with training, it's not a program I would
recommend for you at this moment. It's great information
and bodyweight training is generally a good place to start
for beginning trainers but many of the exercises in the
program are more geared towards those with some training
If you're carrying a lot
of extra weight, this may not be a good choice for you
as well. The reason for this is that because it's bodyweight
training, you'll be subjecting your body to a LOT more
impact with the extra weight you're carrying.
The exercises themselves
involve movement and momentum, which in itself is not
a bad thing...it's just that the extra weight means extra
stress on the joints when momentum is involved. If you're
already working towards fat loss, it would be a good program
to invest in for future use, once you get the extra bodyfat
Now, if you're an intermediate
to advanced trainer, looking for a change of pace and
interested in some really unique, performance-oriented
bodyweight training, you're going to REALLY enjoy this
program. The exercises are very innovative and effective.
When you see the demos, you can see exactly what the training
is targeting and how it'll make you a better, more explosive
This program is definitely
not just hype. It's got some real meat to it. Well worth
picking up a copy, if you're interested in some serious
bodyweight training info.
And probably one of the
most telling things about the quality of this program
is that my friend and colleague Tim Larkin, co-creator
of the "Target Focus Training" self-defence
system, endorses this program and recommends it to his
students. If you're not familiar with Tim, he's a world-class
combat instructor who would absolutely not mess around
with anything ineffective.
So that's the story with
the TacFit Commando program. It is definitely very good
stuff if your training goals and experience fit the bill!
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