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TACFIT Commando Review


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TACFIT Commando Review

OK, I’m pleased to be able to write a review on Scott Sonnon’s TACFIT Commando.  Finally, a guy who has been in the real crap, trained real warriors and those guys who wear 5.11 pants and North Face Shirts we all used to see in the Dining Facilities in Iraq and Afghanistan.  For those who don’t know who I’m talking about, I could tell you, but then we’d both know.

Seriously, though, this program is not for the faint hearted.  Even though Scott says it can be used by the most unskilled newbie, the moves take some time to get used to and can be too challenging for a novice.  On the other hand, if you’ve been exercising for a while, especially using bodyweight exercises, then this is money well spent.

The entire program is bodyweight only, so you purists will be pleased.

Each workout is only about 20 minutes long. – I love this!

Intense, fast paced circuits, breathing exercises, recovery and injury proofing techniques.

What is truly great about TACFIT Commando,l is that Scott teaches all the same stuff we do, but with the viewpoint of a tactical responder or war fighter.  Even though I’ve spent my fair share of time in dirty, uncivilized places, the whole “Spec Ops” feel of the program is fun.

What you get in the basic package:

124 page fully comprehensive manual
“Mission” calendar to make sure you are on the right track
Recovery Techniques video – This alone is bas-ass.  Learn how to get your wind, strength and energy back in a flash.
Demonstration videos of all the exercises

And in the Deluxe package:

All the above, plus…
Follow-along mission videos
More in-depth breathing and rapid recovery secrets
“Tactical Readiness” diet plan – Yeah, not so much.  My days of tactical readiness are over, unless you count chasing a 7 month-old across the carpet.
Warrior Cookbook (No, not improvised munitions.  Meals.)

TACFIT ain’t cheap, though.  But with anything of value that is worth having, it’s worth the price.  At least with this, you know you’re getting the real deal and not all the publicity and hype that some other guys (cough,P90X,cough cough) are adding into their prices.

So, if you’re ready to get TACFIT with some killer workouts, videos and a ton of extras,
CLICK HERE to read what Scott has to say about his program.



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