The True Commando Workout

There are a lot of navy seals and army workouts floating around. Everyone seems to know the best way to train professional soldiers. Even former soldier have put out their own programs.

These programs, of course, are a dumbed down version of what really goes in military bootcamp.

There is only one military commando workout you need to know about: TacFit Commando. Tacfit Commando was developed by Coach Scott Sonnon many years ago.

He used it to train top military personnel. He slowly began to open it up to firefighters, police officers, and combat athletes. Now, he has teamed up with Ryan Murdock to create a version for everyday people like you and me.

Because of the expense of the program, people have been reluctant to purchase this product. But, it is truly the only real commando workout out there.

The following testimonials were taken from the COMMENTS section of the TacFit Commando blog. These are not testimonials taken off the sales page.

Here is what REAL people are saying about the TacFit Commando program:

Todd Pigram February 8, 2010 at 3:11 am

Tacfit Commando is a perfect compliment to my training. I currently am starting separate 4×7 Density Cycle with Swipes, Mills and Hammer swings and see this as month 4 of that plan. Something to refresh me to prepare me for another round of density cycles. Plus I have work trips in May and October, I will save money by not taking clubs or kbs with me… Priceless!

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Barry February 8, 2010 at 3:12 am

“Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?”

Tacfit is perfect for my fitness needs as it allows me to train the hardest in my life in whatever location my life takes me. Tacfit finds your weak spots and targets them with the targeting precision of a military sharpshooter. With drills so tough they could cut diamonds Tacfit makes me combat ready, even if I only have to combat stress. Most importantly it allows me to set goals and make progress so that I am continually improving and seeing these measurable improvements.

Thanks

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Fred Spaulding February 8, 2010 at 3:16 am

Too many exercise programs seem to be aimed at couch potatoes who probably will give up after two weeks from sheer boredom. TACFIT IS is about real fitness; just what I have been looking for.

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jeff February 8, 2010 at 3:17 am

I am in the military and i feel that the “normal ” pt program puts too much emphasis on running 2 mile straight, and not enough emphasis on sprinting and ducking , bobbing and weaving for cover, and this program seems to be a better way to excercise it would be more practical than the current pt pprogram.

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Roberto February 8, 2010 at 3:18 am

I’m a commissioned officer in a Gendarmerie-type force (police force with full military status).
I’ve been involved in SpecOps in Cambodia, West Bank (Hebron), and Western Balkan (BiH, Kosovo).
I’m now mainly focused in fighting organised crime groups (OCGs) in Western Europe, sometimes going undercover.
I’ve been pumping iron for quite a few years, but because of logistic issues I’ve turned to calisthenics over ten years ago: where I’m sent to, I never have the possibility to train with technical equipment (and I have to say I don’t miss it). Tim Larkin recommended your programs to me, and that’s enough for me. Furthermore, I watched your videos and now I have no doubts that TACFIT is what I need.
The guys I fight against are tough nuts to crack. I need a tactical and physical edge on them.
Thanks, all the best.
Roberto

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Leon February 8, 2010 at 3:19 am

Because I live in the real world. And in the real world when I have to lift something heavy, I dont get to sit down on a nice cushioned bench with easy grip handles. I dont get to adjust the height of my seat. In fact in all probability when I need to call on real world strength, I won’t be sitting at all, but standing, or running, or crouched into some awkward position. That’s why I need tacfit.

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Micha? February 8, 2010 at 3:21 am

Why? Simple: it’s natural, versatile and flexible;
it’s not equipment-dependent, it’s not facility-dependent,
and – last but not least – it’s cheap.

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Rick February 8, 2010 at 3:22 am

I will keep this simple. After a lifetime of martial arts and fitness, over the last 10 years I have let myself get very out of shape! On December 26th 2009, I decided to get myself in the greatest shape of my life! And so far I am on the right track. I would love to use this program to reach my full potential as a martial artists and a sensei!

I would be very happy to share my progress with the public to show the affects of this program when combined with disipline and desire to be your best. I’m dedicated and ready for change and ready to be the man and sensei I always wanted to be. Thank you for your consideration…

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Divya Kothari February 8, 2010 at 3:22 am

Commando! Word that intices me like none other. Commando regimen and discipline has been my motivation ever since I remember my father telling me stories of his training days at National Cadet Corps. I havent missed an episode of HUMAN WEAPON, FIGHT QUEST, DEALIEST WEAPON,etc. Watching Commandos train everyday at 4am blows me away. Their endurance level and training for accuracy captivates me.
TACFIT Commando is a program I find to be challenging, interesting, and real world functionality builder. I cant train with the commandos now but with TACFIT I can achieve their physical attributes, stamina, and strength.

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a.c. February 8, 2010 at 3:23 am

TacFit

After a back injury i started to abstain from natural movement. TacFit makes my movement fear free and more natural. The body gets to relearn what is natural, and that the pain is in my head.

Makes my body realize that pain prevention is not through motion prevention, but motion promotion.

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skye February 8, 2010 at 3:23 am

hey guys,

I’d like to use the program to help train my partner and I for the 2010 “Death Race”, which is a crazy 24 hour limit adventure race unlike anything in the world. we stump trees, cut firewood, climb mountains with 70 lbs of gear, navigate barb wire strewn courses and navigate miles of river among others, in addition to completing mental tasks while maxed out. It has been voted the third hardest adventure race in the world.The waiver you sign for the event simply says, “You may die”. That’s it.
It was won last year by a Royal Marine and most of the top ten were Military. I placed eleventh in my first try and would love to do far better. More info here..http://www.youmaydie.com/?video=nyt2009
Bring it! Thank you.

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Burt Vanderlan February 8, 2010 at 3:23 am

Minimal time, space and equipment producing maximal real world applicable results equals TACFIT Commando. Need I say more?

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Stefano Agostini February 8, 2010 at 3:23 am

The fitness world is full with beach fitness programs, mirror fitness programs, and weight control firness programs. Very good for the market, but not for the professional who really needs to use is body with top efficiency. Now, at last, there is the answer : TACFIT.

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jeff thode February 8, 2010 at 3:23 am

I am 46 years old and I train mma with 20 year olds. I have to be at least as fit as those guys to keep from getting injured. The examples shown of TACFIT are the most functional bodyweight exercises I have ever seen. You obviously have analyzed movement in a combat situation and tailored exercises to strengthen specific movements common in combat. I am extremely interested in seeing the rest.

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John February 8, 2010 at 3:26 am

Hi Scott, I’ve done most of the exercise rituals, gyms, personal trainers, videos, etc.. They all have their pros and cons. None of them train you for real life. Sure they touch on natural movement, but not on mass motion which benefits the entire body. TACFIT utilizes mass motion to work all those little stabilizer groups as well as the big ones. I think that TACFIT could be the system that I have been missing. Please consider me for 1 of the free copies. Thanks for all you do.
John

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Paul M February 8, 2010 at 3:27 am

TacFit Commando answers the needs & results that I have always wanted. It is a ‘take anyway, do anywhere’ type of program. This eliminates the need for any place to travel to (like a gym) or any particular equipment. Plus it will provide a superior workout tailored to my level of fitness. I have no more excuses and I really require such a program! I am truly excited about TACFIT Commando. And look forward to sharing it’s benefits with many whom I know share similar fitness needs.

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Prabal February 8, 2010 at 3:27 am

Hello Scott, I was hugely impressed by the TACFIT Challenge Israeli Special Forces workout. The main benefit of this workout is that it gets rid of body fat, without compromising on strength. And if you can do so via one workout, then the programme has got to be special…With TACFIT Commando, it is possible to enhance speed, strength, conditioning and flexibility at the same time….that too, only with one’s bodyweight….. The only kind of people it is not suitable for are those looking for excuses to miss workout….It would be a great addition to my arsenal of training tools…..

Prabal

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Rafael February 8, 2010 at 3:27 am

I’ve seen many programs but the unique thing about tacfit is you only need your body weight in order to get the results you want, besides the exercises are totally different from the traditional ones I’m used too. I’m very interested in seeing much more of this program and looking forward to trying it out.

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Adam Gillie February 8, 2010 at 3:27 am

After weeks of researching the power of CST, I have finally jumped in and started the Intu-Flow and Flow-Fit routines. Only after a week progressing through the beginner/ intermediate stages, I have seen amazing results. I have suffered from back pain for some time, and at only 32, it has gotten in the way of reaching my physical goals, despite hours on the chiropractors table. My body is being rebuilt from the ground up and I am enjoying greater freedom of movement everyday. Tacfit will help me to take my training as far as possible, to continue to evolve and share your message with others.

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Ramon February 8, 2010 at 3:28 am

Since I´m involved in several physical activities (kick boxing, muay thai, tai chi, and preparing for my first traithlon right now) I really need the kind of work out that boost my cardio in any kind of sport. The main thing here is that I need something short ( due to my busy schedule) and something that can add to my training, and not gettin me onto overtraining. Here´s where TACFIT perfectly fit and I´m really interested (above all) in the way that could help me in faster recovery times ( e.g. this is key in combat sports -between rounds- and triathlon -transitions- as well). Well, these are my reasons guys, keep on keeping on!

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Jeff Thorpe February 8, 2010 at 3:28 am

TACFIT Commando is the ideal workout program for me. Now that I am back in school with a significant load I have no time to get to a gym. Following school I will likely be on the go with a hectic schedule and TACFIT will be the only suitable workout program that I can take with me. TACFIT’s time-compressed and intense program, coupled with its real-world applicable exercises will help get and keep me in the shape required by today’s uncertain world. TACFIT will help me respond with ability and confidence to any uncertain situation that presents itself.

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Ken Southworth, Jr. February 8, 2010 at 3:28 am

Scott,

My son is about half way through Marine boot camp, and will probably be deploying to Afganistan before the year is out. As a former Marine officer, I have been looking for a training program that will help augment his own workout routines and help him remain in top physical condition before and during his combat tours in the field. Your program sounds like it would be a perfect fit for him.

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TJ February 8, 2010 at 3:31 am

On the road constantly, need a fitness solution that happens when time is available without the need for any equipment.

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Mark February 8, 2010 at 3:31 am

TACTFIT supports my primal urge to be functional in my everyday life. I don’t want to sit around, walk slow or watch TV – I WANT TO LIVE!!! I want to rip boredom apart and take one step closer to perfection – always fighting the good fight!

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Todd Miller February 8, 2010 at 3:31 am

I have been a Martial Arts Instructor for 20 years and I love these core excersises. They are superb!

Todd M.

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Soldier February 8, 2010 at 3:33 am

I work with alot of special forces soldiers who all seem to be addicted to crossfit. I would love to shake things up a little. Okay maybe alot! I’ve always been very fit and i’m always looking for different things and the little that I have seen of this system has really caught my attention. Alot of the training conducted within the organisation although tough is generally a little behind the times. I just want myself and my mates to be the fittest they can be especially when it could mean life or death.

Cheers

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Charles February 8, 2010 at 3:34 am

Tacfit Commando allows me to continue my training even when traveling. In addition, I have a son at West Point and this would be an extremely useful tool in his arsenal to prepare for and overcome the physical challenges imposed by the academy. Finally, his mother, sister, and brother would all benefit from the program, as I want them to master their own body weight and movement before piling on a lot of external weights. The varying levels of difficulty address all of these needs

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Nicole C February 8, 2010 at 3:35 am

Scott,
I am a fulltime police officer and a part-time firefighter who’s live just keeps getting busier (I am exactly what all the Tacfit videos say its for). Working 12 hour shifts at night doesn’t really allow for much gym time in these parts! I have a great set-up in my basement, however when I am wanting to workout, the roomate is sleeping, so slamming kettlebells around isn’t the best method! I have tried the free Tacfit workout and have already noticed improvements in just a few workouts! I started barely able to get all reps in before the minute was up, now I have about 20-25 seconds to spare. I can only imagine what the other information is and how well it will work! Looking forward to winning one of those deluxe kits! ;-)

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Richie February 8, 2010 at 3:35 am

As an aspiring MMA athlete I am always looking for something to give me the edge, something that breaks away from the run of the mill training philosophies employed by most athletes. Some important aspects for my training are strength and strength endurance (without bulk), functional strength in different planes and mental toughness. Stumbling across your challenge workout online, I was instantly pumped, nothing like the unique exercises or methodology you guys employ has been seen down here in Australia. Not only that but the tacfit method seems to cover the aspects above better than other programs I have used. I feel that the complete program would definitley give me an edge over the competition, and I’d love to win it, but if not I’ll definitely be grabbing a copy come wednesday. Cheers for the goodwork, looking forward to seeing more

Richie

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Jeff Maughan February 8, 2010 at 3:35 am

TACFIT Commando is the perfect fit for my fitness needs! The question is the answer. An equipment free program that addresses the need for functional strength. Sometimes technology advances in areas that are unnecessary, since the answer has been staring us in the face all along, bodyweight.

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Anita M February 8, 2010 at 3:36 am

I’m a 43 year old civilian with a ruptured ACL and my work takes me into various prisons to interview unpredictable prisoners. Tacfit Commando would provide me with a one stop, time efficient workout programme to improve my fitness and give me confidence in and control of my body. Plus I would just love to be able to do these fantastic exercises!

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Geoff February 8, 2010 at 3:36 am

Hi Guys,
I have been looking for a quality system that improves strength, mobility, flexibility, has real life application and doesn’t require equipment – this is it! As a full time psychiatric nursing student (soon to qualify!) and father of 2, life is busy! So I want a system I can use wherever and whenever I want – that’s TACFIT Commando!. In these times of quick fixes and changing values I try to be a role model for my kids, showing that results come from hard work – it doesn’t get much harder than TACFIT!

looking forward to seeing more!

Geoff

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Eytan Keydar February 8, 2010 at 3:37 am

Hey Scott, I am new to to world of MMA and I have started to practice it only one year ago at age of 28 – bit late for MMA. This one year changed me without recognition, physically and mentally. For me the Tacfit Commando is the next level of my training evolution. As I find myself training with younger competitors I want that “spacial something” that will give the advantage.
Thank you.

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Steve Thorn February 8, 2010 at 3:37 am

TACFIT Commando is the perfect solution to your fitness needs because you literally become a “mobile gym” No time wasting, just get on with the exercising and build the body of your dreams on location in any location. Join the worlds
“elite” and make your friends and family turn their heads every time you take your top off. Walk with a new found confidence, where would be muggers and thugs can see you are not a person to be messed with.

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Steve February 8, 2010 at 3:38 am

Would love to show the world that 57 is the new 37. Your program would fit nicely with my other pursuits of CPT, CSCS and PTA.

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Toj February 8, 2010 at 3:38 am

The TACFIT will complement to my training because it does not require anything extra to carry along, I can do it anywhere, anytime and be combat ready. I wish to express special gratitude for the authors for such a good invention.

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Lauren Fields February 8, 2010 at 3:38 am

I feel your workout has the potential to take my fitness to the next level.
I do not have a gym available and train intensly at home every day.
It is hard to find good programs that truly push you to the limit. I believe Tacfit Commando has that potential.

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Mark February 8, 2010 at 3:39 am

TactFit is a great compliment to my strength training. Endurance has always been a problem and an area the TactFit could greatly improve. I can do these anywhere. I am not a big fan of using the treadmill and the commando exercises would give the cardio workout I need and help with burning that extra fat that keeps hanging on.

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Raymond February 8, 2010 at 3:40 am

The Tacfit routines and method philosophies of training will ensure I am driven to the next level of fitness.
I am currently focused on traditional metabolic resistance training with high intensity interval cardio 7days per week and for some time my development is now only in small growth increments.
With Tacfit ; this new approach to real life functional training, which I haven’t seen before, I am sure it will allow me to burst through this seemingly fitness plateau.
Plus I really like your music.

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Rosalia February 8, 2010 at 3:41 am

As a part-time instructor and/or member following several kinds of interval programs with (barbells, steps, dumbbells, fitball, TRX) or without equipment (bodyweight exercises) that have been and are proven successful on my body (and my clients as long as they commit to exercising with the correct attitude) during the latest 4 years both at the gym/ home and outdoors, TACFIT Comando has new exercises and progressions that will take my training (and those who want to follow me) to another level. And, best of all, requires no equipment, can be done indoors or outdoors, and has lots of training ideas for those willing to take their physique and abilities to a higher and ripped level in less time per day.

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alex hart February 8, 2010 at 3:42 am

a solution to my needs because it will save me money on expensive gym membership and as a familly man it will save me time, of which i’d rather be with my kids! i’ll be more flexable and agile making me healthier and therefore look and feel better! being healthy and fit both internally and externally i will be a great example to my kids. i do not want to be a FAT dad!

cheers Alex.

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Karen Haley February 8, 2010 at 3:43 am

Hi,
I would love a free copy as I am starting boot camps for women in April and think it would be really cool to use some of the exercises in my workouts. I have watched the free stuff that you have sent me and I am itching to have a go!! I am a 47 year old personal trainer and have trained since I was 20, Ive had loads of success with running, but would love to develop more core strength and a better physique.

Karen

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Darren Skelton February 8, 2010 at 3:44 am

Hi Scott Sonnon and Ryan Murdock,

From what I have see so far of TacFit Commando it looks like a great program for all fitness levels without the need for equipment. I am a personal trainer, martial arts instructor, ex Australiam Army and current serving police officer. I believe this program like flowfit will be a fantastic program and I look forward to doing some of the exercises when I recover from my Tibial Osteotoemy. I would like to pass on all of these great exercise programs to my clients and martial arts students. Thanks for another great fitness program.

Keep up the great work.

“Osu”

Darren Skelton
Body Mind Conditioning
http://www.bodymindconditioning.com.au
Yoshinkan Aikido Watanabe Dojo
http://www.aikidoyoshinkanwa.com.au

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Priyam February 8, 2010 at 3:44 am

I was never in the military or other service oriented professions. But I feel like an old warrior my whole life. Now that I am actually an ‘old’ warrior, I know that TACFIT Commando will make me feel stronger and accomplish my fitness goals as well as physical preparedness. All within a health-first approach. We never know when life will call us to be ready for a challenge at any minute. But I do know that this program will definitely make me ready!

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Jerry February 8, 2010 at 3:45 am

TACFIT is the perfect supplement for my martial arts training. Its portable and quick meaning I have plenty of time to focus on fighting which is huge when you’re on a tight schedule.

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Helena February 8, 2010 at 3:46 am

When my child was young I carried her everywhere. I loved the freedom, not needing a stroller, not being constrained to roads.Now that she’s bigger, I can’t carry her anymore. While I still walk everywhere, my back hurts when I carry groceries. I would love to feel strong again. What impresses me most about TACFIT is the emphasis on useful fitness, not just strength for the sake of it and at the cost of mobility. I want to set an example for my child and show her that women can be strong too. Therefore, I’d love to win a copy!

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David H February 8, 2010 at 3:48 am

Tacfit commando would be a workout system that I can take anywhere to train with and not require a gym, Being unable to afford gym membership due to unemployment, I recently discovered what can be done with bodyweight exercises and movements, after recently trying various routines I was very suprised at how challenging this could be. I’m impressed with can be done with the bodyweight and enjoy what can be acheived by using your body just by itself, this system would be an awesome challenge myself and some that I further educate and push myself to master

Scott, adam and the team keep up the good work, I love the routines and videos and wealth of information you share to those of us trying to always improve ourselves.

Cheers,

Dave

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Jay R February 8, 2010 at 3:49 am

As an assistant instructor in my city’s Bujinkan Dojo, I have a role-model responsibility to be physically and psychologically ready to perform at my best every day and especially while helping my teacher teach in class. Tacfit Commando shows that it is an amazing program to help me do this, as well as inspire my Kyohai Buyu to also make a commitment to a demanding body-weight strength and fitness program.

Thank you.

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Clement You February 8, 2010 at 3:52 am

I’m honoured to have received this request! I’ve always wanted to be a fighter. The fluidity of movement, the coordination, the functional abilities… Sure, pumping iron all day long builds strength and fitness. But it’ll never give you the swiftness that elite commandos possess, help you master your own bodyweight, or develop faster-than-the-eye-can-see reflexes. I’m extremely hard up on cash, though, coming from a patriachal family and, being a high school student, needing to pay my own bills; I never could enlist in a martial arts gym. Then, along came your offer. Just the very thing I’ve yearned for. Could this help me make the switch from clumsy and unreactive to fighting fit? If it works, I’ll definitely recommend it to my friends and fellow fitness fanatics. As someone who continually pushes his fitness to the limits, I just can’t wait to see how your programme revolutionises my body!

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Dave R February 8, 2010 at 3:55 am

This will fit in nicely with the Dr. Al Sears P.A.C.E program. You can do it at the gym or not at the gym depending on the weather and the mood. Best of all when traveling you have the means to accomplish an exercise that has fluidity of motion vs weight lifting or inflexable machines that can cause injuries. It adds to the “library” of body weight movements i.e Scott Sonnon’s other DVDs, Calithenicskingz, (check them both out on youtube) and others

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Ari February 8, 2010 at 3:57 am

Any place, Anywhere, Any time! Just me and my body nothing more nothing less!
PERFECT!

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Eric R February 8, 2010 at 3:58 am

As a martial artist I am always looking for new ways to challenge myself physically and new routines to keep my workouts fresh. Having just turned 50 I am in better shape then when I was 17 and I think the Tacfit Commando program is exactly what I need to lose that last inch of belly fat. The beauty of the system is that you don’t need fancy equipment or weights you can do it anywhere so it eliminates most of the excuses for not working out. I look forward to the release of the program even if I don’t win the contest.

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William February 8, 2010 at 3:59 am

I would love to have this. I run a Kapap self defense school in Curaçao, the Caribbean. Because I live on an island, it’s hard to learn new stuff, that I can share with my students. I need to bring teachers to the island, which is very expensive. So I do a lot of study by DVD’s, so I can teach this to my students. I follow you a long time on youtube and also facebook. All the instructions you give are simple to teach an a lot of fun to do. Some take time to master, but my students like it!! Our island is famous for big mama’s and papa’s. But with help of your programs I see them losing weight in a fun way. I would love to proceed with the help of this structured program. So I can help people to lose weight and get a better life.

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Marcia February 8, 2010 at 4:00 am

Hi,

Because i´m physician Educator and i´d like to spread your knowledge here in Spain, i leave here and i think people here would love this program and the other lunch that will come. I followed the Blue print BODY WEIGHT, and they loved. I think people here are tired to be cheat by Health Clubs, only promise, but they don´t get the real results, since i used here Body Weight Blue Print, the results on my clients was amazing!!!
Thanks for exist!!
My Best

Marcia

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Ziggy February 8, 2010 at 4:00 am

Hey there Scott, Ryan,

As a writer, my workout schedule finds me striving to train as smart and quick as possible, while still preparing adequately for other fitness interests, like marathon swimming and trekking.

Thusly, having a high intensity program like TACFIT Commando, one with zero inherent setup or travel time factors; would be a huge benefit to the daily organizational aspect of my life.

Moreover, evolving my level of mobility is an important goal for me this year and the Commando Mission Pack looks perfect to augment my current practices and help me realize the goal in a truly intelligent and challenging manner.

Cheers guys, hope this goes well for you,

Ziggy, UK.

p.s. 100 words precisely (not counting salutation, complimentary close or signature)

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Gian-Paul Simpson February 8, 2010 at 4:00 am

Being a former Ironworker and now a Communication Tower Rigger, I spend a lot of time on the road in very small hotel rooms. Having limited space to work out I discovered CST and it has become the core aspect of my training. Tacfit will allow me to maximize my training in very small space while on the road! When I go to my 250 ft height office, along with Tactfit and the rest of the Rmax arsenal I’ll be climbing around like a Spider Monkey!

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Rafi Nasser February 8, 2010 at 4:02 am

The mix of joint mobility exercises to increase range of motion, clubbells to bolster dynamic strength, and the RESET method to manage exercise stress in between sets is proving to be a synergistic combination of innovative fitness technologies that is deeply transformative. As the result of following Coach Sonnon’s system my body-mind is undergoing a Renaissance. Adding TACFIT Commando to the list is bound to propel progress by a quantum leap.

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Chris King February 8, 2010 at 4:03 am

Tacfit commando is perfect for my needs because as a Father of two children who works from home the time I have to invest in my fitness is very limited. I only have about 30 mins in the morning and an hour at lunch to do squeeze in a workout. Since this program is based on maximum results minimum time I can still meet all of my parental and work duties on a given day.

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Amir Siddiqui February 8, 2010 at 4:03 am

Tacfit is high-coordination, multiplanar, multimuscle system bodyweight training that finally gives you complete control of how to move your body in all possible dimensions – resulting in a chiseled and refined physique that is as capable as it is aesthetically pleasing.

Amir

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Paul February 8, 2010 at 4:05 am

I used to be in great shape now I’m 50 with a gut.and weigh 220. When I was in Air Force I weighted 175 could do 100 pushups 20 pullups etc. I would love to get back into shape like then. I need a great system like this not one of those mamby pamby pussy things at the gyms! Those treadmill loving boring weenies or those machine pumping pussies that look in the mirror al the time are disgusting. Give me a real system and motivation and I’ll get back in shape!

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Tom Sweeney February 8, 2010 at 4:06 am

From Turbulence Training to Kettlebells, from Truth About Abs to Power to the People…promises, promises, promises. Will TACFIT Commando really work for a 70-year-old lifelong athlete, recently diagnosed with prostate cancer, to his 2010 goal: race, on foot, 20 miles the Bridger Ridge Run in Bozeman, Montana…20 miles up, down and along the ridge of a mountain range, a daunting challenge for 20-year-olds all while training in the flatlands of central Illinois? Send it; I’ll use it and report back after I cross the finish line.

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Anand February 8, 2010 at 4:08 am

I am 56 years old and have always been interested in fitness methods that enable me to workout with no special equipment other than the weight of my own body and perhaps a free weight (such as a clubbell). I have also had surgery on one of my knees and want to find ways to increase my strength without putting my knees at risk of further injury (not easy!). I believe that agility is the key to true power as opposed to brute strength, and the Tacfit training method seems to employ this important principle.

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Richard Walsh February 8, 2010 at 4:09 am

Maybe unusually I came across this via a Qigong newsletter I receive. I have watched all the videos you have sent and am fascinated to see what this might be able to do for me – provided I put in the work.
Good luck to you with the launch.

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Omar I February 8, 2010 at 4:11 am

While I may never end up deep behind enemy lines or calling down airstrikes or relying upon inner reserves of sheer willpower to survive a life or death situation, TACFIT Commando could very well save me and countless others from a lifetime of sitting on their behinds while calling up fast food delivery. Add on the deluxe editions recipes and diet plan, now you’ve got the massive firepower to blow away fatness and come get some of that fitness.

-Oms

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Brad February 8, 2010 at 4:11 am

Tactfit is not only a time tested program from sources all over the world, it is developed to meet every need and that is one thing I love about it. Each level of the program offers newer difficulties and progressions to take someone new and make them truly elite. While traditional workout routines offer strength programs, Tactfit brings to the table every angle of exercise, from those just looking to stay healthy to those who want to be able to survive anything. I feel this program is great because of each of these things. You can do it anywhere, it doesn’t take long, and your progressions are up to you. As a college student, time is of the essence for me and this program offers a way to train my entire body in a short time so that I can get fit without spending an hour in the gym and still be able to study what i need to.

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Kyle February 8, 2010 at 4:13 am

Who doesn’t want to have that elite physique of a special ops soldiers and that killer endurance of a commando. I have been searching for a program that helps me excell pass my fellow recruits. I want to be fitter, stronger, more powerful and most of all mentally tougher. TACFIT COMMANDO will help me achieve my goals. I don’t want to be like my fellow recruits, i want to be an ELITE!

Thanks for the Opportunity Scott and Ryan

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Viktor February 8, 2010 at 4:13 am

What’s Up BODYweightMASTERS
I was glad I got to your website thanks to Craig Ballentyne.
He said that he’d learned some stuff from the way you use your own machine and do some cool movements.
SO I checked and directly implemented some of the exercises in my programs. I’m also a trainer and working on some programs for my clients here in Belgium, SO very inspiring stuff!!
It’s amazing what inspiration can do to someones imagination. It’s become a challenge for me to use different exercises, movements and routines and make them my own!

Fantastic stuff, Thanks Fellows!

Viktorian

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Phill Wilke February 8, 2010 at 4:14 am

I am a certified strength and conditioning coach who is looking to get involved with tactical athletes. I think it would be important for me to know first hand how they need to train and workout to be able to better prepare them for what they do. I also have a son at the USMA at West Point and he is always in need of new ways of training so that he does not get board with his training. I think I could give him ideas of things to do to help him in his training also.

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Henri Henell February 8, 2010 at 4:14 am

Hi Scott and Ryan,

Tacfitt Commando will change life from many people – inclusive mine. Actually, it will make my life even better than now. I have really good life with great form – thanks to CST for that. I have to admire that bodyweight exercises are form of training I like absolutely best. That is sure I will catch my example of Tacfitt Commando asap it’s available. This I’m going to do before learning that further. I have good belief ” the snowball effect” – this is going to be very popular. Deluxe Edition would be nice!

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Felicia Fredlund February 8, 2010 at 4:17 am

I’ve been searching for a fitness program that doesn’t require me to go to a gym or own a lot of equipment. I’ve wanted something that makes me fit AND tickles my interests. I thought yoga could be that, but never have I’ve been so frustrated by training; it was slow, and too much “hold this position”. Slow is okay, but not as the only speed setting.
I want action; I want motion. I want to be fit like a soldier. Tacfit Commando.

Thank you for all the awesome work of putting this together!
Have a great day,
Felicia

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arran February 8, 2010 at 4:17 am

I work full-time and am raising two young boys. I was a competitive fighter in my youth and then a nationally-ranked amateur strongman, but dealing with toddlers is often just as demanding as any other challenge I’ve faced. I’m short on time and space but would like to be able to have the grace and freedom to roll with the kids. I’d like to set a good example for them, showing them that it’s both practical and desirable to take care of your body. I think (hope) that your TACFIT program is the way for me to do that.

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Peggie February 8, 2010 at 4:19 am

TACFIT Commando would be a perfect workout system for me because of my busy schedule. I work full-time and am a busy mom with two kids at home. I love the idea of 30 minute workouts. I love the no equipment aspect. And besides, I want to look great for my 30 year class reunion next year.

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Tim February 8, 2010 at 4:19 am

As a Fitness Coach and Kettlebell Instructor I have come across quite a few programs.
Scott Sonnon and Adam Steer are the BEST at breaking down the movement sequences of any exercise.
Because of this I know I can go through from beginner to advanced and know I am performing the exercise correctly!
I am wowed by how challenging the program is! When I can’t play with my kettle-bells I’ll be still be getting a rock hard body from a great physically and mentally challenging program.
Thank you Thank you Thank you mate!

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Terje Berg February 8, 2010 at 4:19 am

It is of course important that TACFIT is put together by people you trust know how to do these things. It is also nice that you can do the exercises wherever and whenever. But the most important fact – to me – is that it is something I can do together with my sons (13&15), knowing that it’s safe, it scales, it gives them the opportunity to get one over on dad, and – above all – is fun!

So we’re all looking forward to pushing each other in the coming months :)

Thanks guys,

Terje

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Matt Carter February 8, 2010 at 4:21 am

Hi Scott, Ryan ~

I am a Martial Artist and due to some health issues have had to reduce my martial arts activities and I gained some weight. Your program would help me jump start my weight loss program. I am a huge fan and have followed you on Youtube, Facebook. I look forward each and every day to see the new and exciting exercises that you come up with to help everyone be at their best. Keep up the great work.

Thank You Guys So Much,
Matt

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Harvey Hahn February 8, 2010 at 4:23 am

“Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?”

I think this program makes complete sense from a self defense point of view. It is also a compact, efficient program that works on multiple levels. While you train for body movements that will help you in self defense you also improve your health. There is no exercise just to exercise or ‘look good’. The program is functional. Even MMA training programs fall short as they are training you for cage fighting which is not like street fighting (which has no rules). Beyond the cost of the program there is no need for equipment, just time.

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Eugenio February 8, 2010 at 4:24 am

I’m a pro Athlete in extreme sports, Pro Horse Rider and Pro Martial Artist in Real Self Defense , always Working Hard to Excelle. I’m also an Pro Instructor of what mentioned above . I’m totally no BS so i’ll go to the point . I can imagine what huge effort you had to put in the system you’ve created. I’ve tried different systems and got my way through in a couple of months (usually non more than 4, working day in an day out ) and each one gave me something but not all what i was looking for… I need to be Ready, Efficient, and “Healthy” for my self as Athlete and for my students as an Instructor. I’m really looking forward to your program, and will integrate it as soon as possible.
By the way it took me 2 days to finish the israely challenge at the advanced level in 20 min. straight, just to let you know ;-)
Eugenio

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William Anagnostaras February 8, 2010 at 4:24 am

As an over 40, busy father and martial arts practitioner living in Athens, Greece I am always looking for great exercises programs that deliver maximum benefit in minimum time. Coach Sonnon’s programs do exactly that. I also have the privilege of working at the Israeli Embassy here so the fact that these types of programs have been used by Israeli special forces make them even more attractive to me. I can only hope I will be one of the lucky few to win a free copy. Thank you.

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Antonio C. February 8, 2010 at 4:25 am

I want me to become a TACFIT agent of change: a fit, healthy, and strong human being.

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Jason February 8, 2010 at 4:25 am

I’m turning 40 this year and have set myself one goal that has to be comleted no matter what, no excuses. I will be the fittest I have ever been and the leanest. I’ve struggled with my weight most of my life as most people have and tried all the usual things. I recently got involved with Kettlebells and have started seeing great progress. I’ve always had a “military” mindset in most of the things I do and that’s why this program suits me. I run a printing company and hardly get the time to go to gym, which is why the KB’s are great but I’m really looking for that program that I can take with me around the country to do in hotel rooms etc. something portable but hardcore. I seem to have found it with this program after trying out the free workout you guys sent. I can’t wait!

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Rodney February 8, 2010 at 4:25 am

After spending many years slowly killing myself through poor diet, and working long hours with irregular and inadequate sleep, I finally decided to walk away from that life and start anew. Injuries were common back then, due to the inflammatory nature of my diet and lack of recovery plan. Now at age 44, through cleaner eating, a few years of Intu-Flow practice, and successful completion of Ryan and Adam’s Bodyweight Blueprint Plan, injuries are rare and my fitness is slowly improving! TACFIT is the next logical step in my ongoing quest for bulletproof mental and physical toughness and endurance.

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Massimo February 8, 2010 at 4:25 am

Actually i don’t know if tactfit commando is the perfect solution to my fitness needs but from what i saw , read , practiced and experienced first hand during last months when these guys speak, share or sell something i pay close attention ….. it’s my own best interest to do so …….. no doubt about that.

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Vigilant_E February 8, 2010 at 4:26 am

As a veteran of the U.S. Army (I’m in my 40’s), I’ve always found it amazing how little skills I was taught in survival training (shelter, eating, fighting…) but since that time, I have been in search of the best methods to train that would allow me the freedom of gyms, equipment & super long extreme work outs that destroy you by putting you in a catabolic state and a bad hormonal situation . I have pretty much done it all. Unfortunately, I’ve only come accross your training material in the last 3-6 months but I can tell you that in a world full of great marketers (I’ve come to fear great marketing material) it is gratifying to finally come accross someone that backs it up with quality material. In my opinion your material is definitely in the upper echelon of training, if not the best. I finally realize why the majority of the world is so lazy & fearful of new challenges. Because all it looks to do is pleasure itself, and the only type of mindset that that develops is one of unpreparedness & fearfulness of the unknown. Real training requires an intense effort and focus which carries over into everything else that you do in life. This is why I would be honored to receive one of your deluxe packages but if I can’t win it, at least do me the honor of puchasing one of your deluxe packages. I’ll leave you with a poem that I wrote and live by:
Life without a strategy is a tragedy; There can be no success without first having a plan; If you think before you move, you’ll soon understand; That the man who wins is the man who thinks he can; But belief without passion will soon end in defeat; Passion moves the mountain down uder your feet; With passion, there’s no sacrifice, only satisfaction; So you plot, plan & move in other words, you take action: Stepping up your game, it’s time to achieve; Ignoring all haters who have no courage to believe; You quietly move along, having no doubt; For fear is just a thought without a plan to work it out; So when forming your dream, remember you’re in command; But you must plan your work then work your plan!
Peace!

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EGA February 8, 2010 at 4:27 am

Because the method was devised, deveoped and proven by a coach who’s been there and continues to be there (at the leading edge of health and fitness)! Beause it is a method I can take with me where ever I go; becuse I am the gym and most of all; BECAUSE I WILL DO IT!!!!

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tim February 8, 2010 at 4:27 am

Tacfit is hassle-free fitness,i have over 30 years of training experience and have found that sonnon elevates the standard of the fitness world with dynamic programs.the instructions are expertly delivered and cleverly packaged to inspire everyone no matter age or sex to try training with body weight sonnon style.i appreciate the low pressure sale approach,i feel i can trust scott and his staff which is what you want in a transaction.thanks scott for making training fun again.

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Gary McCaffery February 8, 2010 at 4:28 am

Tacfitt ~~~~ a sustainable easy to use solution to many a gym goers dilemma. With fantastic exercises, shown clearly it has the appeal to many an exerciser who have plateaued at normal resistance and cardio based workouts. The ability to tone, blast fat and feel good are just 3 of the many enjoyable benefits. Plus you get that ‘Hard’ kudos !

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Dr. med. Jiri Faltis February 8, 2010 at 4:29 am

I do Martial arts for many years, every workout i did till now was a killer to my spine.
With tacfit i can go over my limit in a few minutes without pane or damage in the backbone.
You train flexibility, expansion and power in one exercise. Every drill is an important move for Martial arts, no matter which stile. The first when you see the exercise, you think, it is impossible to do. Than you try it and you do somethimg that you never expected to be abel to succeed.
Thanks for it.
I want more.

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Daniel Polonis February 8, 2010 at 4:29 am

With over 26 years of working in the high risk environment field. For me the system reflects the creator and if I don’t believe in the creator I can’t believe in the system. I have never met Scott or Ryan but my independent research of them and TACFIT Commando has proven that this is a system I can rely on to give me the conditioning to successfully meet the threats faced in this environment.
Respectfully Submitted
Daniel M. Polonis

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Frank February 8, 2010 at 4:29 am

I am a graduate student and serious aspiring martial artist on the side. being that I am serious about becoming as fit and physically capable as possible and I am also extremely pressed for time in my degree work I am eager to learn the best and quickest way to achieve my goals. The more difficult the better as I do not want to lose the shape I achieved at the peak of competitive boxing.

Best,
Frank

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Lam February 8, 2010 at 4:31 am

I was a 59 years old out of shape, tired and devitalized physician, Scott Sonnon’s Intuflow program and Ryan’s Bodyweight Coach programs saved my health and probably my career. By following assiduously the programs in just 4 months while travelling in my line of work in the Far East, I was able to shed 20 lbs, stop my diabetes medications and drop my BMI from 27 to 22. Some of my old friends don’t recognize me.
Tacfit is the next logical step to measure my progress. Would love to try it.
Best.

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Ian Westcott February 8, 2010 at 4:32 am

Hi !

The introductory videos have whetted my appetite. I am very keen on the use of bodyweight exercises in conjuction with weights and kettlebells to give the ageing body a break from weights, added variety and to develop greater functional flexibility, mobility and endurance. My other attraction to complete bodyweight exercise program is its portability. From the brief video clips your program tick all the boxes for these goals with the potential to go way beyond the possibilities offered by other currently available products. Can’t wait to get the product on the 9th (my birthday in fact)

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Alex Katsanos February 8, 2010 at 4:33 am

Tacfit is the latest in the evolution of body consciousness. I have followed Coach Sonnon’s work for years now and you can see the intelligent pragmatic development of his work. Coach Sonnon is not only a warrior in every sense of the word. He is a scientist of the body and mind. He is truly one of the people who inspire me to greatness and I mean every word of that. I watch his youtube workouts and they are just incredible. FYI, He has the best kettlebell DVD out there. I have had the privilege to work with a few of the coaches he has trained in the past. The work is totally unique. Thank you to Coach Sonnon and all the CST coaches out there..I am proud to be a member of this community!

Namaste,
Alex

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Justin February 8, 2010 at 4:33 am

Awesome!!!!!!!!

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Nomary February 8, 2010 at 4:34 am

Bodyweight training is best option I have ever experience. For me is the best workout option with a few equipment and you can do it at home, in the park or any place. This style of workout makes me look better everyday and I feel great and motivated to continue. On the other hand doing Bodyweight training for first time in my live I have a good looking abs. Thank you everyone and good luck…!

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Tony Evans February 8, 2010 at 4:35 am

Hi

Having spent 22 years in the British Army, it was fairly easy to keep myself fit – as it was part of our life style.
Since leaving the service I have found it increasingly difficult to find time to go to the gym on an regular basis, as I tend to work anything up to 12 hours a day and have regular periods away from home. So what I have seen of your program it would fit well around my work and family responsibilities and I can start to regain my fitness.

Thanks

Tony

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Micha? February 8, 2010 at 4:35 am

Why? Simple! It’s natural, it’s flexible, it’s versatile.
Not enough?
It’s facility free, it’s totally equipment free.
So – last but not least – it’s not expensive.

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Mark McCoid February 8, 2010 at 4:35 am

I turning 40 and have been fairly active and fit for those years, however I’m finding that as I grow older I need to step it up a bit to keep the pounds off. TACFIT would be the perfect solution to keep fit as the years pass by!

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Scott February 8, 2010 at 4:36 am

Finally…a program that overcomes ALL of my reasons to NOT workout! I feel this program was tailor made for me. I work long hours and travel. A gym is not convenient and I have limited time, so I have been searching for a great bodyweight program that would motivate me to do it on a consistant basis. http://www.bodyweightcoach.com started to get me there with great and interesting exercises, but now TACFIT goes all out with my affinity for anything special ops. After reviewing a couple of previews and seeing that the deluxe program is broken down into “missions”, I know I will enjoy the hard work and stay motivated to get and stay fit.

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Ryan Mitchell February 8, 2010 at 4:36 am

Well it goes back to the more you sweat in peace, the less you bleed in the war. So I would rather train from the best than die like the rest. Scott Sonnon is the best and TACFIT Commando looks to be the answer for me to be at my best. I look forward to it and I thank you for sharing your work with the world.

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Roq February 8, 2010 at 4:36 am

My goal for 2010 is to get into the best shape of my life without spending endless hours training. I want speed, strength, strength endurance and flexibility which is a big issue for me as well as shedding some extra pounds. I don’t want to spend my time on ineffective workouts. I want results in all areas. I demand results and I’m going to reach my goals!!….and having a blast while getting there! There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that TACFIT Commando fits the bill.

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Nenad Rava February 8, 2010 at 4:37 am

Hi coaches

I’ve tried dozens of different methods and I gave up on the last one several months ago – decided I should try to develop my own in 2010. However, I came across this – and what a synchronicity – all (I mean ALL) of my responses and dire needs have been addressed. I simply love it and I am almost becoming obsessed with it – only after 5 weeks of IntuFlow and 6-degrees of freedom body-exercises I literally transformed my physique and resolved some issues that I have had since I first engaged in sports and martial arts at the age of 6. And my wife loves my “new” body too :-)

I plan to become certified and spread it widely… but, I do not see it merely as physical – I already made first steps in integrating it into something “completely” different: my work on political reforms in developing countries… I see that the philosophy of it as applicable beyond the realm of “just” physical health and fitness… And all that should come together when I establish an institute in Brussels…

And, now, TACFIT Commando seems to be putting all that into a new and even more genuine framework. While I initially wanted to become conditioned for Muay Thai, I realized that being conditioned for a “commando” is not a matter of particular profession, but life orientation, i.e. being a warrior in all aspects of one’s life… so, what ever the needs, the ground works should be based on this protocol.

(sorry for too many words – too inspired :-)

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Devin February 8, 2010 at 4:37 am

I like the latest evolution of the RMAX system. I think taking the sophistication of your past work and placing it into a preprogrammed “just do it” modality accessible to everyone is long over due. I’ve outgrown my desire to be a badass but doing the sample workout at the over chromed, under functional gym on FOB Diamondback in Mosul Iraq only made me even more motivated. Nicely done.

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Rick Huse February 8, 2010 at 4:38 am

As a strength & conditioning coach and personal trainer, time for my own training is very limited. For years, I have therefore searched for the most efficient training protocals so my own training does not suffer while being of service to others. I have also found that most of my clients have similar time constraints, so what I have learned for my own training I use with them. Over the last 10 years, my training has focused on Kettlebells (I am certified by both Pavel & Valery) & body weight exercises but I have felt the body weight exercise portion was very limited. When I watched your Tacfit video introduction I saw what I was missing. I am interested in exploring Tacfit further. At age 62, my passion for fitness knowledge is greater than ever. It would also be interesting to see what Tacfit could do for a gym rat of my age.

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SHANE DOYLE February 8, 2010 at 4:39 am

TACFIT Commando is the perfect solution to my training needs because it will hone my body to the perfect condition required for combat. As a Krav Maga student, I sometimes struggle to get the right balance of cardio and weights training required to keep me sharp and on the edge. However, having read the free downloadable e-book I can see exactly how the program specifically targets certain muscle groups and improves range of movement to maximise prowess in the martial arts. I am very excited to try this program out.

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stefano February 8, 2010 at 4:39 am

I am a former Italian Navy Special Forces’ operator currently a Field Security Officer of one of the biggest humanitarian organizations. Obviously I am always on the move and time to stay fit to perform my duties in the field is very limited. No fancy Gyms available in the deep field only your body and gravity. I have been involved in fitness for many years and gone through dozens of systems and new theories however since none of them is designed for the field operators most of the time you can only use 20% of them. TACTIF is the ultimate solution!

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Michel Aubin February 8, 2010 at 4:39 am

TACFIT Commando is the perfect solution to me (I am ski racer coach) fitness needs because:
1. 3 (or 4) dimensions mouvements;
2. Improve overall metabolism efficiency;
3. Possibility to bring the exercice into a flow;
4.Use bodyweight, so can be done everywhere;
5.Training can be done outside all seasons;
6. Tactfit is directly functionnal to my sport;
7. Clarity & quality of the explinations on how to do the exercices (base on materials that I actually used from Adam & Scott);
8. The progession of the exercice.

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Robert Whiteside February 8, 2010 at 4:42 am

Scott,

I am 47, fit, and eager to remain fit for the duration of my life. And not just fit, but elite-fit!

TACFIT Commando offers the perfect solution…a cutting-edge exercise paradigm. An endless variety of bodyweight exercises, able to be performed absolutely anywhere (gym-free!), and all configured to provide the dynamic duo of impeccable fitness AND injury-free conditioning.

TACFIT Commando offers a system of conditioning that is modeled on the practices of the elite forces of this world, thus promoting a living warrior ethos greatly needed in today’s world. TACFIT Commando delivers all of this!

Thank you!

robert

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Steven Souza February 8, 2010 at 4:43 am

It is rare to find such a wholistic, proven, simple and highly effective system to bring the physiology to such a high level of conditioning. I, along with several hundred fellow practitioners, follow a very wonderful meditation program for unfolding full human potential and your fabulous fitness program would fit nicely in the daily routine we follow. Once my fellow participants see the simplicity and effectiveness of your program I am confident there will be great interest in obtaining and using the program so that not only is consciousness being fully developed, but the physiology is also highly tuned so that complete and wholistic growth can unfold and bring great health, fulfillment and success to all involved. Thank you for the opportunity to obtain this with your generous offer.

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Warren February 8, 2010 at 4:43 am

This is a total fitness, nutrition and self defense package. As a senior citizen, I need all of this. I’m really looking forward to starting the program.

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Bones February 8, 2010 at 4:44 am

I run a mixed martial arts school that includes everything from womens boxing fitness to an MMA fight team. This would be a great addition to my schools curriculum. Hope you pick me.

Bones

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Christopher Banas February 8, 2010 at 4:45 am

Guys, thanks for developing a structured program that I can use anywhere. Over the last year I dropped 25 lbs but have reached the point where interval/muscle confusion training isn’t cutting it. I refuse to see it as an age problem and what I have toady is the best I can expect. You are providing the tools and the motivation I need to press on. Looking forward to long term flexibility and health. Thanks.

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Diane February 8, 2010 at 4:46 am

I have been teaching an outdoor boot camp for 3 1/2 years. I am always looking for new ideas to bring to boot camp. I have people that have been with me since I started! I am always looking for fresh new ideas to bring to them, but have not found anything interesting/different or challenging for a while now. Some of my long term campers are in top athletic fitness condition, I am not sure they realize where they are at, but Tacfit would bring greater challenges for them, keep their interest in boot camp and get them to higher levels of fitness. I could also work with the newer people to help increase their levels as well. I have tried a couple of the exercises I have seen in the videos and they have loved the new stuff… so bring it on!

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Don February 8, 2010 at 4:47 am

I need it. Use anytime, anywhere, no equipment other than your body and mind , no excuses, real results !

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Alf Martinsen February 8, 2010 at 4:48 am

Hi

I am into fitness training, at 43 years young. I have sporadically hurt myself doing weight lifting, pretty bad in the shoulder joint, chest and elbow. The ONLY training that have fixed this is TACFIT exercises. Althoug my injuries is from way back now, but doing body movement and flexibility workout was THE ONLY WAY, the pain left. So now i am doing body weight movement alongside my weights, and have gotten great results. Now i have FUNCTIONAL strenght, and that my friends is what we really want isn it?

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Mike February 8, 2010 at 4:49 am

I’m 63 years old, I’ve viewed your sample videos and know these are what I need to reshape my physical being. Because I have a limited amount of money to spend on fitness, what better way to get a complete exercise regimen than at home or anywhere I am. When these videos hit the market it will have people rethinking spending money on expensive gym fees.

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Sam cannarella February 8, 2010 at 4:50 am

I am one of those guys that has tried everything , i done the weights , done the cardio , from wind sprints to tabata protocal . Military to gymnastic style work outs. I have been a boxer/martial artist since the age of 8 , i am now 25/ 5?9 185lbs 16% fat . I have so much stamina that most workouts are just no good for me . I really need something like tacfit to help me in every way possible . Help me become more agile and flexible , recover faster , and be able to be free from the gyms . I will proudly be a walking rep for this product . I run a boxing class and they will be informed about this product for sure .

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jamie February 8, 2010 at 4:50 am

I would like to win the package because i enter these bloody contests all the time and have never won a bloody thing.

Additionally me and the boys at my gym enjoy the challenges that bodyweight exercise can offer and the benefits they provde for the combat athlete. We already incorporate a lot of Mr Sonnons drills oi our every day training and it sounds like this product would top things off nicely

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John N February 8, 2010 at 4:50 am

Tacfit provides a solution many of us are seeking. It’s a solution to time, place, technique and efficacy of effort: how to workout, quickly, efficiently, anywhere. Like it’s martial arts roots, it is efficient in it’s use of movement, effective in it’s application of those principals, yet it can also be purely fitness and meditative like Tai Chi, or Pilates. SKI FLOW has prepped me. As I approach knee surgery, this program would be effective in strengthening me, and also provide whole-body rehab with balance, strength and movement recuperation. Tacfit is a total solution challenging the mind as well as the body. It works.
John N

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William February 8, 2010 at 4:51 am

As a 30 year veteran of law enforcement and SWAT team leader, I’m always looking for fitness programs to improve not only my own fitness, but also programs that I can share with my team. Our community relies on the operators of my team to be physically fit and mission-ready for those critical incidents that requires tactical fitness and sharp mental never-quit attitude. The TACfit Commando program will fit every aspect of tactical fitness that I need to continue to provide leadership for my team and public service in my community. I’m looking forward to getting started…thanks

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Doug Miller February 8, 2010 at 4:51 am

Having been a Navy Seal for 6 years, now at the age of 52 I have allowed myself to become a couch potato. I have tried “HiiT”, rowing, “combat Conditioning, various weight training routines, but there was always something missing, and most of them required some form of equipment. TacFit I believe would fill in the missing pieces that I have been searching for for 22 years. And just my own bodyweight.Perfect!

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Ronald February 8, 2010 at 4:52 am

This program fits my needs because it doesn’t require a gym. I have an unpredictable schedule and can go on the road with very little notice and need something I can do in a hotel room. The ability to clear your mind in high stress situations is invaluable, which is also why the program fits my needs.

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Ernie Razzano February 8, 2010 at 4:53 am

As a retired US Air Force Master Sergeant and now Certified Master Fitness Training Professional I only provide the best training to my clients. I have purchased “Boot Camp” programs which add nicely to my training regimen. I have taken a turn away from traditional weight-training towards more body-weight. Results are phenomenal! With the amount of clients I have, winning and then promoting your course would be great for ALL parties concerned.

Stay Passionate,

Ernie Razzano, MFS

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Dave Auten February 8, 2010 at 4:53 am

I work in the oilpatch every summer, I end up in a variety of accomodations. My job is physically demanding and can be dangerous. Even dragging a KB along is a pain! I rely on bodyweight exercise to keep me able and injury proof. Tacfit Commando (and my own body) appears to be a portable gym to be the answer!

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Ross February 8, 2010 at 4:54 am

I loved the workout you sent out to download. Very difficult and could tell it would do wonders with if done on a consistant basis. As an ex-professional athlete I have come across a ton of different workouts and this was one of the best by far. I did the 20 minutes/ 20 sets.

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Daniel February 8, 2010 at 4:54 am

Simple – I’m a father of 3, and businessman. Part of being father was a situation when one of my children had to go to hospital for sudden epileptic attack – we had to take shifts and watch over her 24/7 (and handle all other obligation). Part of my business includes physical training seminars (I must be in top shape for my clients) and a lot of traveling. Put all these in one pot and I think I can rest my case – TACFIT is ideal for fitting in my schedule, keeping me in top shape, and above all, keeping my sanity! Thank you guys, for great solution for all of us in similar situation.

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Jacob Malone February 8, 2010 at 4:56 am

I am a 62 year old man who used to be a pretty good athlete. I am a minister responsible for security at my chuirch (I am the administrator.) In this world, there is always the danger that someone will come in and try to hurt my people. It can happen so fast that there is not time for the police to arrive, I have to be willing to sacrifce myself to save others. Patton would have said “No one wins a war by sacrificing his life. He makes the other person sacrifice his.” I want a good chance to win the battle. To accomplish that I need to be mentally and physically prepared. I feel your traiing will give me to physical/mental preparation I need.

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dave calveley February 8, 2010 at 4:57 am

I am aiming to be be the best at what I do and this is perfect for me as at the moment I am very short on time to actually get to the gym so the fact all I need is my body to become a better athlete is awesome.

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Cliff Byerly February 8, 2010 at 4:58 am

I am a disable vet that can’t do a lot of weight lifting so most of my training is body weight. Now most of my time is spent traveling training cops and military so your program is even better now since hotel gyms suck. Thanks for what you are doing in the operator community.

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Gerard Herrera February 8, 2010 at 4:58 am

Being 50 years old and doing both the Warrior Wellness and Intu Flow programs for the past 2 years is the baking of the cake. Tackfit Commando shall be the finished Icing on top the cake! I shall have more time for myself. I shall save alot of cash and time from husseling to workout at the gym.I shall have the grace and the power of a panther sneaking up on its prey.

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Alex February 8, 2010 at 4:58 am

Well, imagine a desolate world in which a crisis has caused you to be a lone survivor along with a small minority across the world. You have to fight for food, gas, respect and loyalty. The everyday gym doesnt exist, just you and your environment. Harsh winters and scorching summers, you need to be on your toes and ready for anything, anytime. That day is coming – and I’d rather be prepared.

That’s why I know TACTFIT would be perfect for me. And for everybody else who wants to survive for that matter!

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Edson de Castilho February 8, 2010 at 4:59 am

“Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?”
Cause, as a personal security operator ,my routine include to travel a lot in different conditions, (hotels, homes etc..) and Tacfit Commando is the perfect solution to maintain my physical/psychological necessary preparation using the poor Time/equipment availability my work permit.
There’s no excuses to be out of optimal condition in some kind of situations and Tacfit Commando is the solution for it.

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Christine Clancy February 8, 2010 at 5:00 am

I will be attending my first TFT Seminar in Boston. Teaching your mind to instinctively & effectively react to a threatening situation requires a very special mental conditioning. The foundation of this begins with recognizing there is a very real ‘disconnnet’ between your mind and body if you have not been incorporating any real physical, basic conditioning to your routine. These body-weight only exercises are intentional in their purpose and are core stabilizing moves to reaquaint your mind with your body, allowing you to operate to your full potential, as well as minimizing injuries.
Be Great,
Chris

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CoachS February 8, 2010 at 5:00 am

I love this program because I injured my shoulder and I think using this program for rehab and then for prevention of injuries due to building such a solid foundation is the best thing for me. Plus no equipment is needed, I can take it and use it anywhere. Beat that!

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Jane February 8, 2010 at 5:00 am

Looking over the videos and reading what’s been posted, TacFit Commando is a challenge. I’ve been trying to challenge myself to improve with limited success. I’ve been letting the state of the world get me down. With a program like TacFit Commando, I’ll be taking charge of what I can. And that is only good!
Thank you gentlemen for the opportunity to do good again.

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Louie C. February 8, 2010 at 5:00 am

Hi,
I run a martial arts studio in downtown Baltimore, where the kids that come here are being taught how to defend themselves in the real world. I don’t have a lot of fancy equipment, so the conditioning routines are quite primitive. But with your program, I could show them a new, fun way to stay conditioned. So when outside of the studio if they ever need to defend themselves or their family, they will have both the skills AND the mindset that will allow them to succeed.

-Louie C.

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Tom February 8, 2010 at 5:00 am

Very simple. It is a very efficient and effective program that covers all bases. It is an excellent blend of strength exercises which are performed with movement. Best of all, no equipment neccessary and this program can be performed in the comfort of your own home.

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Elihu February 8, 2010 at 5:01 am

Living in Israel since 2007, I have searched extensively for the very best equipment-free exercise program that I can share with my teenage son – who will most probably be drafted into an Israeli commando unit. As a father, I want my son to have the ultimate in protection. As a martial artist with 20+ years experience, I have already given my son every work-out that I can think of to provide him the go-muscle and ‘whatever it takes’ to protect himself and his comrades when the time comes. TACFIT Commando is so uniquely functional, my search is over.

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Lynn Peters February 8, 2010 at 5:02 am

This would be perfect for me because I’m a 42 year old nurse and wife of a retired disabled veteran working for the Navy and until my husband retired I followed him wherever the military sent us for 20 years and never put myself first. I am now in a situation where I can give back to me! I’m building the career I’ve always wanted and am living in a stable situation. It is my time to develop the body I’ve put on hold for so long and be an example in our military community of strength, health and fitness. THIS IS MY TIME TO SHINE!

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Art Genneken February 8, 2010 at 5:02 am

I am 74 years old and have had 4 heart attackes since 2003. I still work 40 hours a week and am in fairly good shape. I subscibe to Tim Larkins site and have the mindset that I will not be taken advantage by anyone.
I am on limited income, so I take whatever information I can get . We cannot let the scum beat us, and we have to use whatever we can to defeat them

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Steve February 8, 2010 at 5:04 am

Functional strength is key to living at the highest level. When we turn to nature we see the strongest, fastest and happiest beings in the world living in a way that combines exceptional physical prowess with survival.
Our modern society has turned to computers, fast food and machines to do most (if not all) of our physical tasks so we no longer rely on survival for our strength (mental, physical & other). Now our survival depends on reintroducing these naturally high levels of performance.
In modern society, this means TACFIT.

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Grant February 8, 2010 at 5:05 am

TACFIT Haiku –

TACFIT Commando-
Hardcore Special Ops Training
Warrior Elite

TACFIT Lymerick

There are so many programs that claim
You will get fit with no work or pain
So stop all the bull
And get back to school
Buy TACFIT and learn how to train

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walter February 8, 2010 at 5:06 am

Tactically speaking you have to be aware of your surroundings, without your awareness you are leaving a gaping big hole in your defenses. With a tactical awareness that is sharp and ready, you will prove to yourself and others that ‘you’ are the better person. Being fit means not just being strong, but also having a strong cardiovascular system that is conditioned and prepared for what challenges lie in your way. I reckon Tacfit Commando is it. It fits in with my Krav Maga, Security work, and just simply enjoying my days off on the track, pool, range, bike or where ever I end up. Hell it’s my birthday too.

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Indrek February 8, 2010 at 5:07 am

I am 20 years old. I never really knew what I wanted to look like when I started building muscle 2 years ago, I just knew I wanted something. But over that period I have realized more and more that I don’t want to ‘buff up’. I want to be hard, I want to be lean, and most of all – I want to be efficient. Being prepared isn’t about being ‘big’, its about being ready to strike with speed, accuracy and full force at any given moment.
TACFIT is the best system I’ve come across that would help me move toward this personal goal.

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Michel February 8, 2010 at 5:09 am

Holistic approach, cristal clear explanations, clever, cutting edge exercises that can be done anytime anywhere without equipement, everything is there to reach incredible body/mind fitness levels. The choice is yours !!!!

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Doc Wood February 8, 2010 at 5:10 am

I’m recently retired and am getting involved with Disaster Animal Rescue Teams as well as Human rescue. I am currently working through Dragon Doors “Convict Conditioning” and will attend NSCA’s Tactical Strength and Conditioning conference in Las Vegas March 9-11. I want to be able to teach people deploying on rescue missions how to prepare themselves for the mission and how to stay in shape once they are on site. This program seems like an excellent one to help me accomplish that. Thanks for your consideration, doc

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Kevin Kilroe February 8, 2010 at 5:11 am

At 51 years old, I know that exercising with your own body weight is much friendlier and safer to your joints than traditional weight training. Add to that the fact that no expensive equipment is needed and that it can be done almost anywhere makes TACFIT the ideal way to get in and maintain top physical condition. What other reason do you need?

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Michael February 8, 2010 at 5:11 am

After spending 23 years in the military and exposure to many, many programs and methodologies of physical conditioning; TACFIT appears to have cut the wheat from the chaff. Now, working in the civilian sector but still supporting the military as a contractor, I am looking for something special, to bring that connection back. At 55 years old, and having cracking vertebrae in my back and experiencing my physical fitness going south, I am determined to restore my fitness and carve years off my age and leave a real legacy to my family, especially my two young daughters. With my work schedule and traveling, TACFIT will allow me to accomplish those goals, while re-connecting me to folks that were so much of my earlier life. Thanks!
Very Respectfully,
Michael

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Terry February 8, 2010 at 5:12 am

We are always looking for and evaluating the latest and greatest fitness programs. Very few live up to their hype but I’ve seen some of the video clips of TACFIT and must admit you’ve sparked my interest in this program. Would love to try this program as it looks like it just might deliver the goods and live up to the advertising promised.

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tomi February 8, 2010 at 5:12 am

Sometimes you never know, when or how much, you have time to train or when that “training bug” bites. This is a perfect solution. Anytime, anywhere. Even a couple of minutes. Even in my workplace. Count me in.

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Ray Shapard February 8, 2010 at 5:15 am

This program appears to be just the thing I need to improve my flexibility and help me lose about forty pounds that I’ve acquired with my sedentary life style… As a senior citizen I have to pace myself so as not to burn out before I get started… I really like the dietary help section. Cooking is not my favorite pastime!

Take care and keep up the good work,
Ray

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Frances February 8, 2010 at 5:15 am

I think this program would fit in well as cross-training days for full marathon training. A huge plus is that no special equipment is needed. This makes it ideal to incorporate during periods of business travel.

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ian February 8, 2010 at 5:18 am

“Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?”

It is like an arrowhead. That makes the kill possible in the hunt…
Amok! Ian

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Bo Perrin February 8, 2010 at 5:22 am

I am a 51-year-old minister. I am in a MA for National Security focusing on Islam (APU). I am devoting my life to chasing radical Islamist fundamentalists in America and exposing them before they can attack us (ACT! For America). My work will demand at least two things: a no frills self defense and a very high level of conditioning. I have chosen Target Focus Training because it teaches me how to violence (not merely self defense) when necessary. I have chosen TACFIT COMMANDO for two reasons. First, it provides me with a very level of conditioning which I have not found elsewhere. Second, it allows me to exercise in the roughest and smallest environment. I look forward to the release of the TACFIT program.

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Heath February 8, 2010 at 5:23 am

G’Day,
Sounds interesting ..have only seen little bits & pieces thus far looks awesome!! however as they say the proof is in the pudding. So flick me a copy and I’ll blog it’s praise to world !!!

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RICHARD EVANS February 8, 2010 at 5:24 am

MR.
I CAN SEE THE THAT SOMEONE HAS FINALLY CRACKED THE CODE. THERE IS SOMETHING VERY SIMPLE BUT VERY EFFECTIVE IN RESULTS. THAT’S ALL THE INGREDIENTS NECCESARY FOR A TRAINING PROGRAM THAT WORKS. BUT IT WON’T WORK IF YOU DON’T USE IT, SAME AS ANY OTHER ORGAN YOU HAVE.
I DON’T HAVE FANCY WORDS HERE, I JUST LIKE VERY MUCH WHAT I SEE AND I KNOW IT CAN WORK FOR ANYBODY ANY AGE. THANKS FOR MAKING IT AVAILABLE.

RICHARD

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Stace February 8, 2010 at 5:24 am

I have been a trainer for the last 10years, but is currently sat at home now over due to have her 1st baby! My body has changed so much over the last 9months obviously in shape, but also in Lean Muscle mass, I have been so conditioned in the past by traditional exercises both bodyweight & resistance that I’m excited to try something new & see the drastic changes it will impact on my body post birth. Cant wait to see the innovations in flexibility along with functional strength that this program brings to the table & watch the transformation begin! All whilst my new child sleeps!! Thank you for this innovitive chance, couldn’t have come at a better time.

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Dean February 8, 2010 at 5:24 am

More tools for the toolbox, I need them all. I like to keep things fresh, try new programs keep what works and toss what doesn’t. This looks like the real deal!

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Michael LeMieux February 8, 2010 at 5:25 am

I am a retired SF intelligence analyst, current contracting analyst to DOD, and writer for print and online magazines and published author. I am 53 years old and have even less time than when I was in the military and am looking to regain my prior conditioning, and more. I have seen your promotional videos and read your literature and find that this would be a perfect fit into my hectic lifestyle that will provide the greatest opportunity to establish and maintain peak fitness without giving up my professional requirements to “gym time.” Thanks for all you do to teach such a valuable tool.

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Jari Nieminen February 8, 2010 at 5:25 am

I’m working as a senior instructor in the Emergency Services College in Finland and I have previous career as a firefigher and a rescue diver for a 16 years. As a 47 years old I know what kind of demands fire and rescue services requires from a personnel. We have special issues for a older firefighters because their age of retairement is 63 years in Finland. So we need simple yet effective ways to keep our staff in “operational shape”. My place as an instructor is an optional way to spread the knowledge about CST and TACFIT in Finland.

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DaveS February 8, 2010 at 5:26 am

At 66 I’m one of the oldest street Paramedics answering 911 calls in the state. I just put in 77.5 hours this week working “12 hour shifts”, no sleeping. I need a Program that doesnt’ require equipment in order to stay fit and in top form, ready to respond in seconds. We in Public Safety: EMS and our sister Departments Law Enforcement and Fire Service, are constantly looking for the best solutions to fitness and readiness available, but within our limited income range. I’m ready to be the Point Man to move TACFIT into this county’s Public Safety Service.

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Mike February 8, 2010 at 5:27 am

I am never in the same place day to day during work. The flexibility of being able to train with out equipment at a moments notice, no matter where I am fits my life style! The idea of stepping my training up to the Tacfit Cammando system leaves the portable gyms and hotel joke gyms behind in the dust. At 43 years young I work hard and play harder and demand alot of myself day to day. That is why Tacfit cammando is the perfect solution to my fitness needs!

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Frank Linick February 8, 2010 at 5:27 am

I’m 68 years young. Having exercised my whole life I’ve always been in great shape. Having had to give up running ( knees went) and backing off from weights (shoulder pain,etc.) have been looking for body weight program to get me back in top form. This looks perfect.

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Bryant Taylor February 8, 2010 at 5:29 am

I have found body weight exercises to be the most efficient and effective way for me to stay in shape. As a martial arts instructor this form of exercise has built my tendons and given me explosive strength when doing my forms, kicks, punches and blocks. As a long distance runner it has been a perfect compliment to my training as it keeps my core in top shape without bulking up on muscle mass. As a 60 year old athlete these exercises allow me to maintain tone while not having to concern myself over the potential danger of lifting weights. I found the exercises are proof one doesn’t need to spend hours in a gym in order to optimise results.

I am excited about TACFIT Commando as it will provide me with a way to take my exercise to the next level. It will allow me to extend my range of flexibility, improve my ability to recover quickly after short intense bursts of output, and allow me to show my students the importance of maintaining shape throughout the aging process.

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Dave February 8, 2010 at 5:31 am

I am 53 yrs old and an ex-power lifter. I was diagnosed with a sever sciatic nerve problem and was told no more sqats or cleans and presses. I now teach a fitness bootcamp for firefighters mainly but also babyboomers who have been instrcted to loose weight or have their lives shortend severly.
I just finished useing BWBPFFL and most of my joint pain has dissapeared. I have used the 4×7 routines in this program in my bootcamp with great results. I fell that tacfit will take me to the next level in my personal fitness program and help my firefighters achieve the future goals they need to protect the public they serve. Tacfit will aso help my babyboomers extend their lives and improve their quality of life

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Ed February 8, 2010 at 5:31 am

After years of slow boring cardio (that has decreased my aerobic fitness), and non productive lifting routines, I believe that this program of “Functional training” is by far a better way of training.

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Tim Singleton February 8, 2010 at 5:31 am

It is the only exercise plan out there that has a hair on a Pan Troglodytes’ ass of a chance of fitting into the product line I am trying to put together for my company Earthtiger Systems. My company’s motto, ‘In Search of Rearden Steel Quality,’ will mean something to those who have read Ayn Rand’s ‘Atlas Shrugged.’ It is also the only one I have seen that has a chance of turning me back into the man I was or, better yet, possibly a man approaching the hardness, strength, and flexibility of Rearden Steel.

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Omar February 8, 2010 at 5:31 am

For me it’s very simple, I’ve always wanted to be a superhero.

Can your program transform an 8-hours-straight-sitting engineer into a superhero? I think so!

Cheers!
Omar

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Alexandros Goulielmos February 8, 2010 at 5:31 am

The question is flawed… I don’t know whether TACFIT Commando is the perfect solution to my fitness needs – because I haven’t tried it out yet. And that’s why I want to win.

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John February 8, 2010 at 5:32 am

I am 4 years post liver transplant which occurred at the age of 36. While the cause of the liver failure was unknown, I do everything possible now to exceed fitness goals and not just meet them, and encourage others with or without similar situations, regardless of their age, to pursue more rigorous fitness goals. I have been through Beachbody’s P90X and Insanity a minimum of 2 times each, I need to take more than the next step, which this program appears to be, a new culture of preparedness for what you can be and what could be.

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Al February 8, 2010 at 5:32 am

As a physical therapist who works with a lot of High school athletes and weekend warriors, I’m always looking for ways to challenge their fitness. With these bodyweight exercises, they have no excuses to NOT do them as part of their rehab and perofrmance enhancing program!! (and it’s great for me as well!!) They’re fun, challenging and creative!! Thanks, great job!!

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Sarge February 8, 2010 at 5:32 am

TACFIT COMMANDO is the perfect solution to my fitness needs due to the simplicity. All of the movements are functional and precise. It’s like flow and bootcamp all rolled into one complete package. The movements are great! As a former US Marine I can tell you this programming would have been exceptional for training. I am looking forward to the release of the program!

Oorah

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Manny February 8, 2010 at 5:32 am

TACFIT Commando is the perfect solution for because it allows me to truly build a strong vibrant and fit body that requires no gimmics, tools or equipment. It’s just you and your body becoming the ultimate gym. Over the past couple of years my weight has fluctuated due to not being able to maintain a hectic schedule and ever increasing gym fees the TACFIT Commando system solves that problem for me and not only that it will allow me to build the mental toughness we so desperately need in these very testing and turbulent times.

Manny

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Mark February 8, 2010 at 5:33 am

As a fitness professional I’ve seen all the exercises and workouts that have been and gone, some with their merits, others without!

Moving away from the gym-based equipment that most people use day-in, day-out with minimal results (certainly without practical results), is going back to basics, in a new way.

Throughout history we’ve trained with the basics of bodyweight and whatever odd objects are to hand, but with the new knowledge we have on how our bodies work and training effects, TACFIT Commando has taken what works best, and improved it.

This simply HAS to deliver results FAST! Everything’s there!

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AC February 8, 2010 at 5:33 am

It is more than about functional strength. The most important thing is not using excess tension because that is what destroys the joints and the body. Breathing and relaxation is such a major component in all the things we do and so important when training. When we have tension we do not have the ability to move especially if we are talking about defending ourselves. Think about the amount of times in a day that you hold your breath and see how much tension it gives you. Great stuff.

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DG February 8, 2010 at 5:35 am

My lifestyle and schedule is very hectic due to the demands of my business and a side job as a martial arts instructor. I need a workout program that I can execute anywhere, at odd times, and at less-than-ideal conditions- and I need that workout program to not slow me down due to soreness, fatigue, or injury.

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Doc February 8, 2010 at 5:35 am

As a former British Commando and a current Tactical PSD/CP/VPT Paramedic I find myself in remote, hostile and maritime locations worldwide.
Given the nature of my work I am required to not just be fit but super fit ala Commando Fit.
As my work involves long hours, strenuous living and working conditions I have to be in peak physical condition, therefore an absolute quck reaction time both mentally and physically is a must. From providing advanced operational combat trauma skills in hostile zones to extracting injured victims in rough seas or remote jungle and desert locations, a focused mind, a steady hand and a calm demeanour is required.
So how does one achieve this?, with no gyms, no leisure centers all I have is my own body and TACFITCommando Training System, no extra bagage required to carry along, any available space will do.
The word COMMANDO says it all, Combination of Mind, Matter And Determination Over all Odds..
As my buddies say, All talk the talk, some even walk the walk but only a few, so very few swim the swim,
So try TacFit Commando and when you can do that, then maybe just maybe we’ll let yah sit down and share a beer with us.
Doc, somewhere of the coast of Somalia…

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Alan February 8, 2010 at 5:36 am

One thing I do miss from my martial arts days is the intensity and functional training they offered. And now that I moved away from my home town, I’m having a very tough time finding a school that trains with the same intensity and gives me the same results as I used to have back then.

CST was a godsend for me because their principle jive very well with my way of thinking about health and fitness. TACFIT will become my new school where instensity, hard work and dedication will bring rewards such as health, vitality, flexibility, strength, agility and an awesome physique (sorry…had to mention it).

I would like to get back to competing in the arena and I believe TACFIT will get me there in all fronts in a fraction of the time. With your health first approach, I’m not worried about aggravating my current chronic injuries, on the contrary, I know they will heal as part of the process.

As a sidenote, I also have a very physically demanding job where I need to be flexible and strong as I move through equipment, piping, the works… this kind of programs will give me the strength and stamina I need to not get injuried nor tired during these very heavy days. I am also a big fan of bodyweight workouts as I travel often for work and I can do these workouts in the crammed space of the hotel rooms. I once did a CST BW workout in a bathroom for lack of space…

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Damien February 8, 2010 at 5:36 am

As a school teacher I have a very long day…. out the door before 7am.
In the evenings I wait for my girlfriend, who is also a teacher at the same school to finish her extra course before we go to pick up her son…. by the time we get home it is 6pm. I have undergone the effort of trying to get in a workout before dinner and still try to eat before 7pm, very challenging. I have tried the morning workouts and end up either a minute before or several minutes too late for my work sign in and rush to scoff down breakfast on the way. The final, and most sustainable, option left available to me is to find a quiet space at school (of which I know several) and get in a workout during my free time in the afternoon. I have tried bringing my clubbells to work. Riding on a 100cc scooter this is a challenge if I want to do a multi-clubbell workout….. I believe TACFIT Commando is the solution to get me in warrior shape ready for my explosion into Chiang Mai as the FIRST health-first CST trainer within the next 6 months (my current action plan).

Thanks!

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Charles February 8, 2010 at 5:36 am

I would really enjoy getting this program for free because I don’t have the money as it is. I need some way to exercise whenever and where-ever I want. I have no weights, no way of training (except for push-ups, crunches, and sit-ups), and no idea of how to use my body to best train myself. I can’t afford a gym membership and I really can’t afford to buy the program. It would be great if you considered me for getting this program for free.

Charles

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Tom Offerdahl February 8, 2010 at 5:38 am

I work out of the US Embassy in Dakar Senegal and support our DoD guys who work here as well as in Guinea Bissau, Gambia and Cape Verde. My work involves supporting USMC and USN and I like to be able to keep up with them. But, there’s not always a gym in these places and sometimes, like last week, a 10ftX10ft corner of my hotel room is all I have to work in. I did 100 purpees in 9:54 for cardio and varied squats, push ups and sit-ups on “strength days. Your movements fascinate me, because they look not only functional, but also incorporate some flexibility and mobility drills based movements, or so it seems. I’ll be 40 in April, with my second daughter on the way and these kinds of movements seem pratical not only for working with USMC and USN young studs in the field, but with my girls on the play-ground.

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venugopal February 8, 2010 at 5:41 am

the fact that so many people have registered their comments to get a copy of it tells it all, it is the best program that has happened upon the fitness freaks

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Andrei February 8, 2010 at 5:42 am

TACFIT why is it perfect for me?
Because i love to do bodyweight exercises that give real live strength and not only to be a huge guy from the gym..i was really impressed how you put all these variations on the basics bodyweight workouts
P.S.:Sorry if i done some grammar mistakes,but i’m from Romania.

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Susan February 8, 2010 at 5:42 am

I am a 45 year old police officer. I have tried to stay in shape but have hit a slump. I would like to spice up my work outs. Unfortunately one of the biggest problems police officers face is they become complacent. We have a large number of officers that let themselves go and unfortunately get hurt when the unexpectantly have to struggle with a suspect. I do not want to fall into this category and I would like to share your workout with my coworkers as I find it much easier to workout with others. I find that I tend to push myself a little harder. I know this should not be the case but I am really struggling with my workouts lately. I have found they boring and your program loks very challenging.

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Justin Sullender February 8, 2010 at 5:44 am

TACFIT Commando is the ideal workout program for me. Less than a year ago I tore the lower muscle in my back helping a neighbor. My back is healed and I am ready to get back into great shape. The problem; all these programs offer so much but have no bite. Three months ago I lost my job due to cut backs. This free copy would be perfect with helping me get into the kind of shape to live a healthy fun active life with my 5 year old twin boys. The just started wrestling and love it. I help coach, but get out of breath rather easy. I am telling you this is perfect. I am doing online school, teaching the boys during the day, wrestling at night. Being able to do a fitness routine at home in front of the boys would teach them that you don’t need all these fancy machines and gimmicks that are out there to fool us. It would also teach them to not be lazy growing up. I have started school to make a better life for us all. Fitness and health would make it a good life for a long time. Thanks for the time and opportunity.

God Bless,
Justin E Sullender

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Samantha Domaille February 8, 2010 at 5:45 am

Inspired! I am currently suffering from a bout of ‘couch potato remorse’, I know I should be more disciplined but I have struggled to find anything lately that stimulates me…until now! TACFIT is going to be hard work especially as I have neglected training recently. At last, a pure, gimmick-free resolution to my conditioning needs. The challenge it would present me, along with being able to do it anywhere at any time, without visiting a gym is why I am certain TACFIT is what I have been searching for.

Many thanks, Sam.

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Sherry Hiebert February 8, 2010 at 5:45 am

I’ll tell you why I would like to win – because my husband is very interested in doing this workout with me.
He’s working security at the Olympics til the end of March. He’s inspired by the officers he’s working with and wants to be in more combat ready shape – and healthier. He’s had a year off with a back injury and is resistant to the programs I give clients (me=trainer) because they’re not “real”. He has a martial arts background and loves that type of exercise.
I’ve been looking for a workout we can do together for 2 years and this is it!

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triarius February 8, 2010 at 5:45 am

It seems to be exactly what I need and what I have been looking for. The guys from the best elite formations in the world as the standard of fitness… Short, hyper-intensive, effective program… No need for any special equipment – if you give it a thought, you will certainly see how bloody important it is!

I train BJJ and MMA, I’m not a spring chicken and I’m not so happy that my fitness is nowhere near my technical skills. I badly need finding some simple way to get it to the elite level.

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Darren Farnham February 8, 2010 at 5:47 am

Nurture or Nature? I suspect very few people out there can honestly say the latter, especially when we talk about ‘true’ physical fitness. I truly believe that if the TACFIT course is followed as outlined, that those with the guts and determination to give it there best, would be rewarded with a mental and physical gift.. A gift , because both are interelated, one is no good without the other. But combined you can transfer this to any part of your life all positive . I will have the knowledge to use this gift anywhere in the world. Because I now have access to a system that will propel me to a level of mental and physical toughness that very few ever acheive. You could say a freak of nature. Using a proven system, that the elite use, confirms to me that it has to be the best out there.Enough said.

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Glen Davis February 8, 2010 at 5:47 am

I am an 50 year young ISSA certified fitness trainer. Have been a long time supporter and practitioner of MMA, and am in the process of learning Krav-Maga. For years now I have trained myself and my clients in mma and bootcamp style workouts. Why, simple because it works. Also I have been trying to show people that you don’t need to be in a gym to get an effective workout. For years I have been searching for that one program that would get me to that elite fitness level of fighters and special ops, that can be used absolutely anywhere. I know both my clients and myself will find this unparrallelled.

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Norm Althausen February 8, 2010 at 5:48 am

I have 9 kids and I typically work 2 to 3 part time jobs in addition to my full time job as a high school physics teacher so my time and ability to get to a gym to workout is very limited. During the years when our children were all very young and I was very busy and exhausted much of the time, I allowed myself to get out of shape which I make no excuses for and regret. I am now trying to drop weight and get back to a high level of fitness. I look at these exercises and wonder if I could actually get to the point of being able to do them but I would sure like to give it my best. I like the fact that the workouts deal with functional strength, not poser, narcissistic muscles for which I could care less. I want to be fit to be able to perform in an emergency and be able to do physical activities with my grandchildren (which could be a lot).

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Jared February 8, 2010 at 5:48 am

“Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?”
As a high school wrestler I am always looking for training programs that will give me an edge, and because of weight classes I need strength that is functional not bulky. As a student involved in many extracurricular activities I can’t afford fancy equipment and I definitely can’t afford to waste time. Ryan and Scott’s sample workouts were challenging, and time efficient, so naturally Tacfit commando is the perfect fit for me.

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Ben Waddell February 8, 2010 at 5:49 am

As a full-time university student it can be hard to find the time to fit in a workout that caters to all of my needs in conjunction with study and work. Not only is TacFit Commando perfect for this, but I know that by using the principles and concepts behind the programme design, I can start to construct my own workouts that are tactically specific to the needs of the other activities I participate in, such as lifesaving and martial arts.

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Aeryn February 8, 2010 at 5:50 am

“Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?”

A few years ago, was an obese overweight senior citizen and having been accosted several times by baser sort of individuals bent on harming and taking things that are not theirs. At a VA physician’s advice to go to a gym and reduce or be on medications. Not wanting my body to be chemically induced to lose weight, after a period of investigation, I started studying Sanshinkai Karate.

Sanshinkai means the “three power society,” the three powers of mind, body and spirit. Sanshinkai is an art that teaches a student balance of self. One should strive to develop the body so that it can do the bidding of the mind. One should develop the mind to see what is correct and needed. One should develop the spirit so that it may move the other two forces into action.

The heart of Sanshinkai is the belief that all great techniques contain a balance of mental, physical, and spiritual forces. Each of these forces has three parts, which progress the technique to higher levels of speed, power and timing.

The Sanshinkai student is also introduced to abstract training methods to aid the student in understanding and balancing the three powers for the perfection of one’s technique and for the elevation of one’s own potential.

These teachings and trainings are great, but when it came down to the wire, most everything learnt flew out the window when being confronted by an evil doer in the street.

Being of slower reflexes and eyes that don’t ant to focus on things as fast as they used to, one gets blasted by the faster and more agile artist in competition.

By learning these principle taught by TACFIT, one can over come the odds set before and reach out to the sustainable victory of wining in any situation, be it in martial arts competition or protecting one’ self and family from the vile element in society.

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MJ February 8, 2010 at 5:51 am

At 54, most of my adult life has been spent building my business career and neglecting my overall health. Over the last two years I’ve had an epiphany to get and keep myself in shape through a number of the “old school bodyweight ” methods I rediscovered from my youth. I’ve also been certified in the use of kettlebells and found them to be a great complement to my regimen. From what I’ve seen so far of TACFIT, I believe the program can further enhance my overall fitness level to the point where I can improve above and beyond where I am today. To me that is an opportunity to be more competitive and move even better than I do now which is already vastly greater than I did previous to my current training. More importantly, I am on a mission to further improve my cardiovascular health to the point where even my terrible hereditary markers now have the possibility to become a non starter to get me off medication and make me an example for other middle aged people that think it’s too late to dramatically improve their lives. I recently started teaching both bodyweight and kettlebell movements with that goal in mind and incorporating TACFIT would be a logical next step in that process.

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Herman Chauw February 8, 2010 at 5:51 am

With my background in artistic gymnastics and capoeira, i know the importance of movement sophistication. And that bodyweight only workouts can be effective too.

However the limitations of these systems are:
1) The skills are for sports.
2) They are not accessible to all populations.
3) There is no clearly defined progression for people who are not into the sports.

TACFIT Commando answers these limitations and more:
1) Skills are for six degrees of freedom, applicable for all human beings.
2) Multiple levels of sophistication so that the very unfit to the elite athlete can participate..
3) Periodization built into the program, designed by the best coaches in the world. No more beating around the bush trying to find the perfect program design.

However, what i like most about TACFIT Commando is that it is a bodyweight ONLY program. Anytime, anywhere. If the commandos benefit from it, so you can too.

Can’t wait to start doing it.

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Drake Fox February 8, 2010 at 5:52 am

TACFIT is the perfect fitness solution for me because as an airline pilot, I travel extensively. Having a program that requires little to no equipment is best since the hotels I frequent have widely ranging fitness centers and may or may not be close to more adequately equipped gyms. Your program also looks challenging and I look forward to working it.

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Tim Mercer February 8, 2010 at 5:52 am

As a security advisor for aid agencies & missionary organisations I have to travel to most of the troubled countries in the world. Having a compact training regime tailored to the requirements of my job is vital. Staying in compounds & basic accomodation were there are no gyms or equipment could mean no training, however first impressions of Tacfit clearly show that a high level of fitness can be maintained. A functional programme that helps me be able to survive violent street encounters or ambushes is invaluable.

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Michael Lindsay February 8, 2010 at 5:53 am

Scott,

The workouts that I am currently doing are similar to the TacFit program that you show. In fact my instructor knows and has trained with you at some point in the past. Your program would be an excellent “take it up a notch” plan for me. I am MUCH older than most of the guys we work out with. Over the last year, I’ve really discovered how changing up a workout benefits your entire body. It’s great that you are willing to share some of your extreme secrets with us and I’d be honored to win one of your free sets of instruction.

Michael

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Eric Dickson February 8, 2010 at 5:54 am

TACFIT would greatly benefit my life…and help me in both my jobs. In the summers I am a wildland firefighter, and in the winters when that season dies down I do a lot of private security. Most times I dont have a lot of time to get to the gym, so this program would be Ideal for me. Being a former army infantryman, I know the importance of keeping your body in shape.

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Lou Mann February 8, 2010 at 5:54 am

Like many others, I get completely confused by all the health and fitness BS that is out there. TACFIT Commando will cut to the chase and enable me to do something that I know will be improving me both physically and mentally (and keeping my doctor happy too). No more procrastination, no more complex routines that bring nothing but boredom and frustration, NO MORE EXCUSES!

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Fabio Yamamura February 8, 2010 at 5:54 am

Tacfit is the best phisical program I ever see in my life. It works all your inner power and let you achieve the best performance in reduced time in comparison with the conventional training.
Age, weight or sex is not a problem to begin training Tacfit. My wife who never trained begin this program and less than 1 month feel the difference, I myself felt that this program can replace the conventional academy.
In conclusion, the best cost benefit relation to your health.

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Jenny February 8, 2010 at 5:55 am

I am a 38yo mom of 3 kids all under the age of 8. If I don’t need TACFIT, who does? I have been doing heavy weights only, heavy weights and HIIT, light weights and cardio, you name it over the last few years. I am in good shape, but I want to take it to the next level. I think TACFIT would be the perfect program to kick it up a notch, while also being so different from what I am currently doing so that I can break through the plateau I am currently at. I know I have an inner warrior somewhere, help me bring it out!

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Anders Malling Hoegmark February 8, 2010 at 5:56 am

HI.. My name is Anders, im 25 years old, from Denmark. Im am studieng to become a teacher.
I been practecing Sambo, bjj and WRONG strengh training for a rew years, which has left me injuried and in pains for quit some time now. I been using my “off” period to search for a better way to work out, thats when I came across TACFIT. I am sooo locking forward to start my training.

Anders Malling

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Randy February 8, 2010 at 5:57 am

I have started working on TACFIT last week when you sent the trial – didn’t make the 20 minutes until second day of trying it – but, I turned 50 last week. Also use clubbells and intuflo in my workouts combined with many years of Taijiquan and Baguazhang training. I like TACFIT because it is not only portable, flexible and multi-dimensional, it also builds in the mental discipline that carries over into every other area of life.

Great achievement!

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Dave Richards February 8, 2010 at 5:58 am

I am a forty year old dad, who works two jobs to support the family. I am a full time firefighter paramedic, and I work a second job as a flight paramedic for a medical helicopter service. I bought the original tacfit, and loved it, but my travels to both jobs makes it difficult to haul equipment around. I am very interested in a body weight program that will not only help in keeping this forty year old body fit, but to also develop the body that is injury resistant. I cannot afford to get hurt and not be able to support my family. Thank you for the opportunity.
Dave

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Carter Hays February 8, 2010 at 5:59 am

I love Tacit. My question is what is the difference between the origanal Tacfit and the Commando version? This is the most integrated and complete system I have found and look forward to learning the differences.
Carter

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BIll February 8, 2010 at 5:59 am

Scott and Ryan,
In my continuing exploration of understanding the principles and mechanisms that make up body/mind/spirit “fitness”, i am interested in exploring your new work Tacfit Commando. The creativity, commitment, and clarity of your past material has always articulated the essential principles and movement that have assisted me in gaining a deeper experiential understanding not only of the body but also of a consciousness that leads to discovering the nature of ourselves. I am hoping that this new program will also provide me with further insight to recognize and transcend the limits of my current training, habits, and beliefs.
Thank you for your generosity in not only sharing this information but also for the opportunity to win a free copy.
Bill

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PoD February 8, 2010 at 6:02 am

TactFit is the real deal !
You can go anywhere and face dangerous situations but armed with the power and knowledge of this very training system, one has no reason to fear of anything. Fitness is a lifestyle,being strong and healthy is just one very important aspect of it. By owning the program, I could help others to be at their peak performance whenever or wherever needed.
And TactFit’s a bodyweight masterpiece and learning to control your own body’s very important in my opinion.
Thanks for reading :)

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David White February 8, 2010 at 6:03 am

Efficient and Effective.

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Jeff February 8, 2010 at 6:03 am

I have always worked out because of Diving.Sometimes it is hard when you travel.This is a program for the person on the move Military or not. To be aware is the key to this wonderful presentation.

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bryan February 8, 2010 at 6:03 am

i’m into this. gains from repetitive movement that requires posture and alignment… the outcomes of the program, aside from a better body via muscle-building, seem to be other tangibles: emotional and psychological positive growth come from awareness, balance, and not getting lost in the movement itself. it seems a great blend of anaerobic and aerobic exercise. what really spoke to me in the promo was doing an exercise that requires “getting over” the dead space/lack of awareness in the planes of the back body, to really set the joints and keep them intact and stable through the exercises. it’s also perfect because i can do it anywhere.

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Rocco Martone February 8, 2010 at 6:03 am

TACFIT would be a perfect fit not just for myself but the youth I coach. As a coach to a highschool football team in our town teaching the fundamentals of the game is importr but so is one’s inner strenght and health. I can not stress the importance conditioning enough to the youth I work with throughout the year. Over the last 2 years I have incorporated numerous cardio and endurance programs to ensure they are ready for 4 quarters of play and I am always seeking new ideas to put myself and the boys too the test. In turn TACFIT would be a good fit as I am always eager and true believer in pushing the limits of one’s inner sole and mind.
Sincerely,
Rock.

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Steve February 8, 2010 at 6:07 am

Discovering TACFIT COMMANDO has inspired me to further my bodyweight exercises program. As an active martial artist and busy business owner I am looking for ways to get a more complete workout that is smarter, effective and funtional in the real world, TACFIT COMMANDO IS IT. Plus staying alert, energetic, and tactile is not only useful in my various proffessions which also includes being a performing stunt man, but in my way of life as an adventurous, and my love for the outdoors. Although I’m stronger today than I was 10 years ago, with the ability to train in any season and terrain I could reach my goal this year to become as mobile and flexible as I was in my 20s by implementing your truly inspiring program.

Thank you for this opportunity.
Steve

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Mike February 8, 2010 at 6:07 am

I checked out your website on the recommendation of Tim Larkin and was impressed by the potential of what I saw. I’ve been physically active all my life but 60+ years of living have taken their toll in terms of too many sports and work related injuries, and age related issues such as too much fat, muscle loss, decreased energy, etc. I go to the gym religiously when I’m home, but I’m well aware that riding a stationary bike and lifting weights are not enough to maintain fitness. Besides, when I’m on the road these facilities are not usually available – if you’ve ever seen hotel exercise rooms I need say no more. Consequently, I invested in a third component to my exercise plan years ago that I use whether I’m at home or traveling. That third component is a well known system of body weight exercises but based on the videos you provided, it does not seem to incorporate the critical agility component to the same extent that yours does. So, there are two challenges here, one mine and one yours. First, can I successfully learn and practice your system? Yes, I’m sure I can. Second, do you have the confidence to put your system to the test against a nationally known body weight fitness system and get someone into shape that is currently out of shape? Only you can answer that one but I hope the answer will be yes.

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Don Witt February 8, 2010 at 6:08 am

Thank you for such a straightforward, no B.S. approach to extreme fitness – all without the need to travel to the gym! I’m 59, and still ready to learn more!

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Glenn February 8, 2010 at 6:09 am

I am 35 year-old martial arts instructor, and a huge fan of the CST system. As a combatives coach to civilian, police, and military groups, I have benefited enormously from the supercharged strength, fitness and functional flexibility provided by your Intu-Flow, Body-Flow, Bodyweight and Clubbell programs. I have introduced many of my students to your products, and seen huge progress in those who made the investment. But teaching and training these methods back-to-back requires an ever-increasing level of fitness and resilience. I want to see how far I can go, and I think TACFIT could be the high-performance vehicle to take me there.

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Nadine February 8, 2010 at 6:09 am

From what I’ve seen and tried so far TACFIT is the ideal workout for me. As a Student with final exams coming up I don’t have much time to workout. But as an MMA Athlete and aspiring soldier (starting Boot Camp in Summer) I need to be as fit as possible. If I’m going to join Military I don’t just want to pass the physical challenges the instructors/officers throw at me but beeing able to execute my job under all circumstances.

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Marlene T February 8, 2010 at 6:10 am

TacFit Commando is the P E R F E C T workout to do anywhere at anytime without any exercise equipment!! It’s incredibly challenging but not impossible to perform. I’m 42 and also work in law enforcement as my fellow gals on this page & I’m always seeking different and challenging workouts that won’t cost me an arm and a leg. I can’t wait to share this workout program with the guys at our Training Bureau !!

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Carl February 8, 2010 at 6:10 am

Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to my fitness needs?
I could tell you how my job would benefit, I could write how its hard to find the time for regular training, how the TACFIT Commando is innovative/ challenging, space saving, no time wasted waiting for machines, and a benefit to every practitioner, but all this you know. Bottom line is it looks cool is presented in a interesting way and WILL give the results I need, and someone is going to be given a copy free!! PERFECT,
THANK YOU.

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Kevin February 8, 2010 at 6:10 am

I am a 54 year old martial artists – been studying, training and teaching the martial arts for 31 years. Over the past two years i have been searching for a fitness plan that can really build true fitness – not just for myself but for my students as well. I teach classes at my martial arts school and i am sure that my students would love to invest their effort into training in the TACFIT program. I also teach self-defense and kickboxing classes two nights a week at a four-year college and in both classes i teach physical conditioning. The college students would be perfect candidates for the TACFIT program – I even believe that the college would invest in the program to further the health and fitness of their students. Finally – I want to invest in myself and truly bring my fitness and functional strength level to where it really should be for a successful martial arts instructor. So many “older” martial artists let themselves get soft – they teach but do not train – I want to train and DO IT RIGHT – DO IT THE TACFIT WAY!!

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Gerry February 8, 2010 at 6:12 am

I am a 61 years young physician who has engaged in many fitness and martial arts programs through the years. Tactfit provides the type of functional fitness in which I am interested and also emphasizes avoiding injury and promoting good health. The types of movements involved prevent unbalanced development that leads to injuries and poor athletic performance so common with other exercise programs. These movements also have direct applicability to martial arts as so well explained by Scott on the free sample video. No need for equipment means no excuses even if I have to travel or have a late day leaving no time to get back and forth to the gym. Best of success to all who wisely choose Tactfit for their training.

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Mike February 8, 2010 at 6:13 am

“Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?”

The only constant we experience in life is change. The only true security as person has is in knowing that no matter what they are seeing, or experiencing in the moment, they can go out and get what they want. As a tactical advisor for ERT teams, we operate according to three basic principles: Always expect the worse, always expect the unexpected, and never ever assume anything. Tacfit commando is the perfect solution to my fitness needs as it is a program that physically, mentally, and emotionally allows me to prepare for any situation that I might encounter in a moments notice.

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Griffin February 8, 2010 at 6:14 am

Hi Scott,

I am a 22-year-old college student who can only afford to live in one of the most run-down parts of Hartford, CT while I attend school. Without a car, I have been robbed on the street on more than one occasion while walking to/from evening classes. Though I have some martial arts experience, my instinctive response is always to panic, and I end up at the mercy of a couple low-lifes and of my own loss of composure. I love to go through intense training programs (especially programs that translate into real life), and this sounds like nothing I have ever heard of. The mental conditioning that I’ve been reading so much about sounds like exactly what I need, along with the butt-kicking physical aspect of the program, to be able to act quickly and effectively (be it to run or to defend myself) in threatening situations. When I commit to something, I really commit; I intend to make the principles of this program part of my training and lifestyle for the long run. I appreciate your considering me.

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pieter February 8, 2010 at 6:14 am

Why would I like to have the Tacfit program? Because I would like to see if all the promises you make are true. Functional strength, shredded fysique, efficiency, … all in one program? I would like to test this. :-)

And of course I would like to show off with the fancy exercises you have invented. You talk about ‘no show, all go muscles’, but your exercises really count as show exercises. Really cool!

Isn’t it a saying in English: alot of bang for your buck? Well, I expect alot of bang for free :-)

Succes with the launch of this program,

Pieter

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Abhijit February 8, 2010 at 6:15 am

Hi Guys,
I come from a background of competitive international level rowing, club level rugby and full contact karate (Kyokushin). I started on the path of working out when I was in Gr 7 and also got my son involved in exercising when he was 12 (he is nearly 18 now).
Today I face two challenges:-
1) Due to a personal injury, doctors (modern medicine) had written off my shoulder as a goner. However, due to my desire to get back to 100% I worked and improved way more than expected; however, my traditional workouts are tough to perform due to pain. I keep at it but need to back off often due to unbearable pain. T’fore, I need something non-traditional but effective to kick my 45 yr old body back in shape. It is causing me emotional distress and effecting all around me.
2) My son has developed a “big is better” mentality and I need a tool to show him that strength & fitness has very little to do with size. I worry that with his current mindset he may get attracted to steroids and stuff and that will be a killer.
I am not financially stable, but I have decided that even if I do not win the “freebie” I will obtain the funds to get TACFIT because I need my physical fitness back and I need to get my son to rethink his ways.

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Simon February 8, 2010 at 6:16 am

Hi Scott, I would love a copy of the Tacfit Commando as it would allow me to unleash the potential of the tactfit system which I was unable to do when buying the origin tacfit due to limitations of not having clubbells/ kettlebells/gymnastic rings. I like the idea of only relying on the one piece of equipment I can take anywhere. My body! Plus I love the idea of having the 54 MISSIONS videos on my ipod nano & the RESET recovery routines. Last but not least, all good exercise routines require a good diet plan, and would love a copy of Tactical Readiness Diet Plan and Warrior Recipes to improve my potential gains even more.

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Annie February 8, 2010 at 6:19 am

Hi TACFIT Team!

I just discovered you yesterday morning when a friend emailed a link to your page. I was able to download the sample challenge and loved it! I’ve been looking for a portable, “equipment-free” workout program for a while now and I think I just found it! I’m especially impressed by the focus on practical strength and core conditioning. I’m really looking forward to the upcoming release and would love to receive the free package for my birthday! (I turn 29 on the 13th) :)

Thank you for putting together such a great workout program and making it available to people like me!

Annie

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Allan Mosqueda February 8, 2010 at 6:19 am

TACFIT Commando is the solution to my fitness needs because these exercise will help me lose weight and give me a physical advantage that traditional exercise just cannot offer. The exercises will keep my heart rate at the correct beats-per-minute that leads to weight loss. Plus the fact that gravity, my own body weight, and a three (3) square meter area is all I will need to get the complete workout.The added physical advantage? Let me just say, “Lion in sheep’s clothing.” is an understatement of the possibilities.

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Ohm February 8, 2010 at 6:20 am

TACFIT Commando is the perfect solution to my fitness need. Why? I tired and disgusted with all those trash flooding the internet supposedly the ultimate solution to be in the best shape in the shortest time possible. I cannot count the many times I been ripped-off of my hard-earned cash buying those useless steel gadgets that will give me a macho look only to be dumped in the corner of my room as they fail to live-up to their marketing hypes. Now at last, here is something new wherein I don’t need to buy another exercise equipment but will give me the real fitness that I need. The fact that it is being used to train the military elite is more than enough to convince me….

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K. Vandersteene February 8, 2010 at 6:21 am

TACFIT Commando would be perfect for our clients from a military, fitness and utility standpoint. Professionals are interested in building their internal body without unnecessary strain on joints and muscles with a system that is based on scientific research and evidence. Using several levels allows us to differentiate and allows our clients to choose what fits their needs.

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Hendrik February 8, 2010 at 6:21 am

Hi Scott and Ryan
The package you have is far from the perfect solution for my fitness needs as there is a big part missing to make it complete. This is my 90 Kilograms it need to make this the best total sollution all inclusive programs I have seen on the market. It is a tuff but fun package that will transform even me into a mean lean muscle hunk of a man. Or am I puting my trust into the wrong program? Prove me right on the missing part if you dare!

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Buck Hollway February 8, 2010 at 6:21 am

Hi Guys,
Tacfit seems to be the perfect fit for my lifestyle. I’m a 60 year old traveling salesman that recently realized a dream (a house and property in the country). The problem is that I’m now 25 minutes from the gym. That’s an extra 50 minutes a day of driving I can’t afford.

While my vocation is rather sedentary my vacation is not. I vacation in the mountains of New Mexico functioning as a hunting guide. The few hardcore hunters I get will not tolerate a guide that slows him down and I don’t blame them. The others show up ill prepared for the physical demands of their hunt. I need the strength and core stability to wrestle a 700 lb. animal on a rocky slope and the agility to traverse vertical terrain with uncertain footing. On occasion I’ve had to help a client off a mountain. Myself nor my clients can afford me having a physical letdown out there.

I can see how your program will help me maintain the functional strength that my clients and I require. I invite you to come play with me. It is really some of the most beautiful country to see if you’re not gasping for breath.

Sincerely,

Buck Holloway

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Andrew February 8, 2010 at 6:21 am

The TACFIT Commando is a no-nonsense, well-tried and proved series of exercises and programs that should benefit anyone. It’s always best to aim high, and trying to stay in the shape that is required by special forces and other military groups sounds like a marvelous goal. It is also, frankly, a way to get in shape that is attractive to a man’s way of thinking. I’m in need of something that pushes me a little beyond what I’m doing now. Would love to get the package free.
Thanks.

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Michael February 8, 2010 at 6:21 am

In a world of complacency where average is enough for most people, I am already above average when it comes to time and energy spent on exercise, but I want a program that maximizes my effort, drives and guides me to attain excellence in physical fitness. Every new day changes me, and TACFIT Commando is the ultimate challenge that will push me to find my limits and re-create myself each and every day. This program will complement my dedication and merge with my desire to reach my full potential.

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Steve February 8, 2010 at 6:22 am

This seems very similar to the P90X program, which requires almost no props, as well. Since I do not know the price and have not seen the whole program, I cannot evaluate the pros or cons of each when compared to the other…but I suspect either one can do the job.

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stan the self defence man February 8, 2010 at 6:22 am

my gym closed down, i was just gettign in the crossfit workouts, got limited time and the next gym is 30 minutes away, but i often only have 20-30 minutes, so training outdoors with what ever i can find or make up.

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Jeff Paps February 8, 2010 at 6:23 am

Simply put… I want to win GOLD! The 2010 World Martial Arts Games are just 7 months away and training it in full effect. I do not always have time or equipment with me to do a Tacfit workout. Tacfit Commando is the perfect workout no matter where I am. I did a Tacfit Commando workout the other day and loved it! I could feel it everywhere in my body, it felt great! The moves are functional and play a huge art in helping with my martial arts training for the games and overall. Tacfit Commando and along with Tacfit, I feel will take my training and myself to whole new level I never dreamed before. If I can not push the limits of my body and mind, then its not for me. These workouts push me beyond and back!
Team USA!!

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Stephanie February 8, 2010 at 6:24 am

Hey Scott and Ryan,
Besides the fact that the program looks freakin awesome…this is why I would love to win it…

I’m 27, I’ve had 4 knee surgeries (chunk of my femur broke off, cartilidge implantation, etc) but refuse to let it hold me back. However, I have been advised not to lift heavy. Bodyweight movements are key for me, but I havent been able to get results w. the traditional mvmts…so I lift anyway! I love working out, I love how it makes me feel, and I’d love the opportunity to win this program to see how it can change my strength, agility, and long-term benefits for daily living.

Thanks!
Steph

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ervin p February 8, 2010 at 6:24 am

I was a forward operator for the Marines and kept my self in shape until I took a bad fall and broke myself up prtty good.not its been ten years and I’m in shape but not like I used to be….

it’s been a long time and need help getting back in top dog shape.

live on top or die getting there

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Sherry February 8, 2010 at 6:25 am

I’m 53, overweight, but active. I live to far from the gym and must do workouts with mainly body weight. I have to stay in shape to be able to help my husband in some very demanding work for a woman. If I don’t help then he hurts himself and I have to tend with that. You guys are babies some times. So being strong is very important since he expects me to do more than most men are able to do. Plus I enjoy a challenge.

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Wade February 8, 2010 at 6:25 am

With TACFIT Commando, it is clear that anyone can learn how to be lean, flexible, and strong in a way that supports all practical and everyday uses of the body, and be in better health than the average gym user — and do it in a very manageable space and time frame!

For a busy father of three energetic boys, time is a premium commodity. Also, since I am now 40, my fitness goals are very different from when I was younger. Joint aches, muscular stiffness, and lack of endurance are the challenges that myself and others my age face. These things make it more difficult to keep up with the kids. As a martial arts student and instructor, the benefits of TACFIT Commando would enable me to meet my fitness goals, while adding quality and longevity to the training I am so passionate about.

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Dan Thomas February 8, 2010 at 6:26 am

Hi Scott, I have recently dove into the world of bodyweight training. I also have been practicing Jiu Jitsu for about 6 months. For the last month or so I have been training a bodyweight program and have seen the difference the training has made so far. I watched some of your videos and I believe your system is many steps above what I am doing right now. I would like to add a diet plan as being “husky” it is hard for me to lose weight. I think this routine would blow my goals out of the water and bring my training to a new level.

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Karl February 8, 2010 at 6:26 am

The CST system is the ‘materia medica’ of bodywork training. Understanding the integration of movement, structure and breathe is the key to all forms of activity. From Clubbells to Intu-Flow to Prasara Yoga, we learn to align mind, body and spirit. The BER programmes offer the abridged format, focusing on specific needs of the ‘average joe’, and transforming their lives in realtime. The TACFIT programme offers something unique, a toolkit with scarily sharp and highly specialised bits. It is the Mount Everest of Bodyweight training. You know you’re in for an insane mind and body experience… but you do it anyway!

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Nathan Cragg February 8, 2010 at 6:29 am

Tacfit Commando is exactly what I’ve been looking for all these years. Something that will maintain an excellent level of conditioning in tight living quarters with no equipment. The protocol wave from regular Tacfit has improved my conditioning level to new heights never before seen. I will use Tacfit Commando for not only training myself and my team, but to my fellow deployed troops and help them acheive not only excellent conditioning but in a way that won’t burn them out for mission.

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Rick Coyle February 8, 2010 at 6:29 am

First I love your stuff. I love the way it makes my body feel and I love that I can do it anywhere anytime. I have practiced flow fit off and on for the last year enjoying it while camping or in my living room at home. TacFit commando takes this to a whole new level. After practicing with kettlebells for about five years I completely switched to Circular strength training doing mainly the body weight protocol with a little bit of clubwork from time to time. My previous shoulder and back injuries from high tension training are pretty much non existent now. At 53 I am feeling like I was back at 22 when I was training 6 days a week in Uechi Ryu; energetic, fast, agile, powerful, moving like a panther. Keep up the awesome progression and sophistication. Rick.

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Jonathan February 8, 2010 at 6:31 am

Hey Scott,
As a physician, volunteer SWAT Team Member, and small business owner I find getting to a gym next to impossible sometime. I am 6? 250 lb ex bodybuilder that needs to lose about 20-30 lbs. This usually happens easily as the weather warms up and I am able to get outside and get more active. Your program is exactly what I have been looking for. I need more “go” and less bulky “show” muscles. I also have unfortunately developed some postural imbalances that are causing me to experience nagging back pain. I love the body kinetics of the movements I have seen in your promotional products and believe that you guys are the real deal. One way or another, I am going to throw myself into this stuff. I can do it on the road or at home! I’m really pumped!!!:)

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Keith February 8, 2010 at 6:31 am

Scott,

I was first introduced to you with the “flow fit” program for military members. When I first heard about this program I was even more excited because it is more comprehesive and was designed with elite military members in mind. Our unit, like all other places great emphasis on being “combat fit”. I believe our PT program is in need of an upgrade as we have had more and more failers on our fitness testing. If I was awarded this program I can learn it and teach it to my Security Forces unit. If not I am still going to buy it and incorporate the program into our unit’s PT. I just wanted to thank you once again for bringing efficent bodyweight exercises to those who need it the most.

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Bob February 8, 2010 at 6:32 am

I have been living in condition yellow for the last 40 plus years and going to condition orange when needed and by being ready allowed me to be in condition red on occasions. This mindset has allowed me to neutralize most situations without having to resort to physical confrontations. Now in my mid sixties I still am in condition yellow but slowing down. Your exercise program stressing flexibility and mobility movements are just what I need to get back in a state of physical conditioning where my body will not put me in traction trying to defend myself. I would hate to see a mugger crackup laughing at me because I tried to defend myself and throw out my back and couldn’t move.

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Dave February 8, 2010 at 6:32 am

For me, it is all about returning to sanity. I have been using different types of machines and gym memberships all my life and all I have to show for it now at 53 is aching joints, sore muscles and limited flexibility. Focusing on “functionality”, I now do Intu-Flow, Prasara and Clubbells. The TACFIT commando body weight program is the last missing piece of the puzzle for me. Thanks to Coach Sonnon and his instructors I have finally found a “system” that works for me.

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Payam February 8, 2010 at 6:32 am

It’s efficient, effective, and hands on. It is meant for real world situation with the support of few of the world’s best army budgets over the last maybe 80 yrs.
It was not intended for business incl. marketing. You shouldn’t look beautiful but useless. It’ not to brag about but to increase your self esteem.

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Oscar February 8, 2010 at 6:33 am

At 50 years of age I am still 10lbs from my High school weight
I Have tried many many workout plans …This is the BEST.
Plyometric exercises that can be done in the space you would use just for lying down, real muscle building / stretching and fast twitch muscle development, core strength, etc ALL IN ONE PROGRAM. Where were you guys 30 years ago!
Oscar

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Conor Alexander February 8, 2010 at 6:33 am

I’ve been doing CST for a few years now, and I’ve found it to be the perfect fit for my lifestyle and health needs. A few months ago I was wondering where to go next after I work my way through FlowFit II. TacFit Commando looks like a perfect next step with the timed sets and the burst-recovery-burst format. I look forward to seeing it.

Conor

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Greg February 8, 2010 at 6:33 am

Being able to train without needing equipment makes this the perfect system for me to use while traveling. Being gone for extended periods occasionally makes training even more difficult using normal methods. Even when I am at home, this type of truly functional training should help with several injuries that have never completely healed. Looking forward to the release.

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John February 8, 2010 at 6:34 am

Hey guys,I love your material. I travel about 4 to 5 days per week and as you can imagine it’s very difficult to find a good place to train and I am limited on what equipment I can take with me. It seems that your program has the best of cardio and strength training. I especially like the fact that it improves flexibility and mobility,these old bones ain’t what they used to be.Thanks,
John

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Joe February 8, 2010 at 6:39 am

I am the typical middle aged American – looking for a way to get motivated and stay motivated to train and stay fit. However, I am probably untypical in that I appreciate the need and the value of a training program that is practical and tactical. Too many people in this world live in a naive bubble thinking “nothing like that could happen to me”. This simply equates to victim status in my book. I am a firearms trainer and believe very much in preparedness using firearms, but I know that I am greatly lacking in the ability to handle myself unarmed or having to endure any prolonged physical challenge. I need a program that can motivate me, keep my interest long term, and provide proven practical and tactical results. In short, would love a shot at winning this package.

Joe

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Tom Gelay February 8, 2010 at 6:41 am

I’m 57 years olds and have always been into fitness. I workout with weights as well as doing simple body weight exercises. From what I have seen, this is a program that will make your entire body strong and flexible and a constant challenge. It can be done anywhere. The combination of useage of all body parts (arms, legs and core) will make anyone fit and lean. I look forward to using this program for my fitness future.

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Rod February 8, 2010 at 6:41 am

I am a Doctor of Chiropractic, and while I’m not in life threatening situations on a daily basis I do need to keep myself physically fit and need to have go muscle rather than show muscle. I don’t have space for expensive equipment and don’t have time to go to the gym, but I need to be ready to help my patients everyday. What most interests me with your program are two things one the nervous system training-as a Chiropractor nervous system functioning is my top priority. The other thing is that the system trains your body to take ballistic shock, day in and day out adjusting patients takes its toll on the body. The force I put in adjusting patients comes back to me, I have seen that effect many older doctors and I don’t want to be another victim.

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Adam Vaughan February 8, 2010 at 6:41 am

Life throws alot of s%$# at us, and I want to be ready to deal with whatever gets thrown my way. I work full time and I go to school full time, so there is no time to waste when I train.

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Joe Anthony February 8, 2010 at 6:43 am

It’s the perfect solution to my fitness needs because there are high conditioning requirements for fighting. More importantly I’m SICK AND TIRED of working so hard and not improving like I should. I’m now starting to get pissed. It’s like my body doesn’t want to improve. I don’t mind working hard, I just want to see adaptations or improvements!! It’s not that I’m impatient, I’ve been at it for years and still haven’t seen progress that matches my work ethic! I feel like a hamster running the wheel, no matter how fast I run I’m still not going anywhere!!! And here you are.. with this program.. assuring that it is of high quality, and assuring results if the time and effort is put in. Well guess what, I have the time, I have more character flaws than could possibly be needed and I will put forth the effort, and I want results.. i NEED results because I won’t settle for less. So you bring the program, I’ll bring the bucket, and let’s see what happens. With that being said, I have two words for you Scott…. BRING IT

Joey – train yourself invincible

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Yvonne February 8, 2010 at 6:43 am

I use some exercises in my Bootcamp class end all the WOMAN (Amsterdam) love it!!!
Strange, challenging, powerful, renewing end it becomes a very busy class with strong end powerful woman, physical end mentaly!
I love to teach end do the exercises.

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Bill February 8, 2010 at 6:44 am

Hi Adam and Ryan,

Simply put, TACFIT, is the complete fitness program that’ll help me reach my physical as well as mental peak. After searching many programs that don’t waste time or energy, but instead help you become your very best, discovered your Body Weight Blueprint for Fat Loss along with CST then knew was on the right track.

For me it’s personal, as feel it’s my duty to be an example man, husband, to my family and others, always ready to handle a challenge, while being healthy. This shows through an adaptive lifestyle. So naturally the fitness plan needs to be adaptive, too.

Have a Great One Guys ~

Bill

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T.J. Kennedy February 8, 2010 at 6:44 am

Hi guys,

I am a defensive tactics instructor and I would like to use this program as I believe physical and mental toughness are tantamount to survival of an urban street attack. I don’t get excited very easily over things, but I got excited over this origram when I saw it in my inbox from Tim Larkin’s email newsletter. If you choose me, it will not be wasted. You can watch some of my stuff on YouTube…just look for user name teej1980. Cheers!

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modlep February 8, 2010 at 6:46 am

I feel that this would suit my need perfectly. Being a proud father of two and aiming to spend as much time as possible with the little ones this means that I won’t have to go to the gym to get a good workout. And from what I’ve seen so far this will probably do more than just give me a measly good workout. Hopefully it’ll kick my ass.

All the best,

Ludwig

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Tony February 8, 2010 at 6:48 am

I’m 31 years old now and after having ACL replacement in my 20’s I never got close to the shape I was in before my accident. I sit behind a computer all day, 5 days a week, but I have a goal this year to become a volunteer EMT and hopefully a volunteer firefighter. I need something that is concise and highly effective to give me the conditioning needed to be successful at these goals. TACFIT seems to be the perfect tool for this. Thank you guys for your hard work in developing such an amazing program.

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Jeff February 8, 2010 at 6:48 am

I had a heart transplant 3 years ago. I’m definitely feel like a living miracle! The only major downside to the transplant is the drugs I have to take to stay alive, repress my immune/recovery systems, leach calcium from my bones and reduce muscle mass. The only way I can keep on top of this is to exercise. However, most programs aren’t sophisticated or versatile enough to take into account my recovery issues. This program sounds ideal because it takes into account recovery along with exercise that can be done anywhere. Looking at the above posts there are many many more people who deserve this free offer much more than me and you should give it to one of them I think. I just wanted you to know that your program is very exciting to someone who is probably outside your normal population of fitness enthusiasts. It could very well help prolong my quality of life in very significant ways. You guys are awesome! Can’t wait for the program to come out!!!!!!!!!!!

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Dave B February 8, 2010 at 6:49 am

I’m 25 years old and I want to use Tacfit to regain function after suffering a horrible back injury in 2006. I’m slowly cutting the weight I gained off and working out the nerve damage to my back. I had constant joint and muscle pain. I bought several of Scott’s programs and I‘ve been able to eliminate the pain. After going through a very painful spinal tap and seeing many chiropractors, physical therapists and surgeons, I avoided surgery and used Scott’s products to alleviate pain. Performing the exercises in TACFIT-COMMANDO I can feel my body getting back to its old self as Tac-Fit allows me to work-out and repair my back unlike free weights. It’s been a slow process but now I’m hoping to use Tac-Fit commando to get back into shape so I can begin martial arts again and regain my image before the back injury.

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chris February 8, 2010 at 6:49 am

I am getting ready for another season of tournament tennis. I work out at home on a total gym, run, and jumprope, but want to add some other components to my training to put myself in peak physical condition. Your program looks like something i would consider. I plan to try the sample workout this week. thanks!

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Mike Loftus February 8, 2010 at 6:50 am

Two words sum up Tacfit Commando, “Portable Perfection”. Using “PP” as a philosophy I will use TFC to thrust myself far beyond my expectations. TFC will easily enhance anyone’s life, as long as it is fully applied. All of what I have seen goes beyond mere commercial gimmickry. The most important aspect too me personally is the mental challenges I will face with TFC as a model.
TFC lives up to my personal mantra, “There is only one thing stopping you, You!”
Good Luck
Mike Loftus

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Rishi February 8, 2010 at 6:52 am

“Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?”

TACFIT is: Portable, I can bring it anywhere, the hotel, the beach, the back yard, the group class at the gym.
TACFIT is: Efficient, It brings the elements of cardio, strength, and flexibility onto one program, with fater results that a 6hr “gym” workout.
TACFIT is: Adaptable, can be interated into may body types, sizes and constitutions. Those with injuries can use the program for rehabilitation by modifying, those looking for the “killer” fitness program can grab ahold of this and run with it.

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Kapo February 8, 2010 at 6:53 am

There are a lot of really good answers here..some even tug at the heart strings.I guess I could find a better reason than the one I am about to give you but the bottom line is that I WANT TO BE SHREDDED LIKE AN ACTION HERO. :P Yup.. functional lean muscle which will help me in martial arts, hockey, and other facets of my personal life. When it comes to fitness, I have no problem being selfish..

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Joachim Acenes February 8, 2010 at 6:53 am

I feel that this would be a great way to extend my workout program. And add a much larger range of motion to my set of exercises. Also i am training for active military duty, so this program would probably bring me alot closer to my ultimate goal.

Cant wait til the 10th come around, and i can get a hold of this fantastic program.

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Jason February 8, 2010 at 6:53 am

Morning , gentlemen,
The Tacfit Commando would be perfect for me. I am a Paramedic in Tallahassee Fl as well as a National Guard soldier and I am 42 years old , I have begun using the challenge and have felt an amazing improvement in such a short time. . I need this program due to my time constraints for training and 14+ hr workdays . I need this program so i can do my job and serve my community in the best way I can.
Jason Martin

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Darrin Walton February 8, 2010 at 6:53 am

Tacfit is the embodiment of the program and execution I have searched for, for years never quite finding the right combination of exertion, recovery, portability and functionality. That does not even include the bonuses of breathing, diet plan, recipes and videos…that’s just gravy.
Come hell or high water I will have this program and it will be a mainstay of my fitness program.
Scott and Ryan you have put together possibly the best all around program I have seen in the 8 years of training and searching for the perfect system and it is going to be a pleasure to rock this thing!!!

Train hard, train honest and live life,
-Darrin Walton
http://www.fitwarriors.com

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Barry Danielian February 8, 2010 at 6:54 am

I’m about to turn 48yrs and despite my thick skull had come make peace with the fact that I’m not 28yrs! What does that mean? I don’t have hours to spent in a gym to stay fit. between my music career, teaching martial arts and raising a family I need workouts that are quick, functional, synergistic and don’t take days to recover from. Also being able to do it in a hotel room with no gear is a plus. The combination of stregnth,agility,flexibility and intensity make this the perfect protocol for me. The fact that it’s high intensity and can be done in a short amount of time is perfect for my lifestyle. It looks like the type of training I can continue for the next 20 yrs and would actually help rehab some of my martial arts injuries rather than inflame them. I have a few of you other products (kettlebell, clubell DVD’s) and trust that your material, as always, is not just theoretical but field tested.
I look forward to jumping into TACTIF!

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Dave K February 8, 2010 at 6:54 am

I work at a Juvenile Detention Center. I’m starting in on 50. I need to maintain the ability to handle kids 30 years younger than me and determined to ruin my day. This program sounds like it will fit the bill exactly.

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Jeff February 8, 2010 at 6:54 am

The program fits for those on the move. And don’t always have a Gym with 120,000 dollars worth of gear.

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Jordan February 8, 2010 at 6:55 am

I’m a 35 year old female… several months ago I was assaulted and robbed while walking back to my friend’s urban apartment late at night. I wasn’t seriously hurt but it has had a profoundly negative impact overall and I haven’t really bounced back yet.

Tacfit Commando is the perfect way for me to begin building a sense of mental toughness. I want to have that inner knowledge that I can experience pain and not be defeated by it, and that I can keep my wits about me under high stress conditions. I’m convinced that the sense of accomplishment and confidence that comes with increased strength and coordination will extend into other areas of my life as well. Ultimately, I’m just fed up with feeling weak and helpless, and I’m determined to feel EMPOWERED again. I WILL do it, one way or another. Tacfit Commando is how I plan to get there.

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Shaun Ward February 8, 2010 at 6:56 am

After years of over doing it thus causing injury to my body, our organization has started the Tac-Fit program. This program has allowed me to increase my strength, ROM and flexibility without causing further injury. It also gives one who likes a dedicated schedule, defined parameters for achieving a goal, without trying to find something that might or might not work at an overpriced gym and paying those big costs. This new program makes your body to element that most programs completely miss.

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Jeremy Sanderson February 8, 2010 at 6:57 am

Scott and Ryan,

I work a desk job during the week and I used to train martial arts 3 to 4 times a week, but with the coming of our third child I had to back off because of the time commitment. TACFIT Command is perfect for me because I only need 20 minutes a day to get a work out in. I’ve been doing the sample work out and it gives me the energy I need to stay focused at my desk job and the energy I want to play with my two older kids when I get home.

Thanks for your great material!!

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Michael February 8, 2010 at 6:58 am

I tried some of the sample drills from the promo videos — and they kicked my butt! I thought I was pretty fit, but now I’m challenged to discover what it will feel like to succeed with a workout like TACTFIT. From my taste of it, I was moving in ways I’ve never moved before, achieving a fullness of movement in every plane of action, with a whole body intensity that was very revealing. And I love the ground engagment aspect. You’ve illuminated more potential for me to conquer; thanks for providing a way with TACTFIT.

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Terry February 8, 2010 at 6:58 am

I watched the videos and tried some of the movements. This is exactly what I need to take myself to the next level of fitness. Being a police offficer and only 5?09? 140 pounds when I go “hands on” I need to go all out and be able to recover and get back to business. I’ve tried many other systems and Tacfit seems a cut above and I’d love to utilize it and report back with my results. Looking forward to it.

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Karl Holmquist February 8, 2010 at 6:58 am

Hi, i´m interested in this because i´ve been searching around looking for different types of bodyweight training and also i´m through that i find out and what i know testing new exercises from time to time.
Also i´m mostly interested in practical strength, to be able to be ready in all time, and this is why i´ve also looked on Movnat, that Erwan le Corre founded, that empezieses training natural movement patterns for developing ones natural talent.

Regards Karl Holmquist, 17 years old , Sweden

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Hans February 8, 2010 at 6:58 am

It looks good, but we have to be critical, give me some time to test it out ith my guys. .
Speed Agression Surprise

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Jon Ewing February 8, 2010 at 6:59 am

As a graduate of Front Sight Defensive Handgun training, I have the Awareness, the Mindset and the Ability to avoid a fight or defend myself as necessary with a handgun. At age 69 however, I become more vulnurable to becoming a victum of random violence. Therefore I need to keep fit and be trained in other methods of self-defense. All of us have limited time to workout and train. Your system will simultaneously supplement my goals and needs with minimal cost. Thanks for considering me.

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Rob February 8, 2010 at 6:59 am

TACFIT is a perfect addition to my fitness needs. I have already lost 100 lbs through diet and exercise (January 2009 – October 2009) and I’m continuing to workout and watch my diet. It would be so great to get another plan to push my body to reach its potential, especially since I let my body languish for so many years! Also, the TACFIT plan will allow me to mix up my workouts and force my body to adapt and grow.

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Grady February 8, 2010 at 6:59 am

It is the perfect compliment because Coach Sonnon say’s it is. I have never been steered in the wrong direction following any fitness suggestion, advice, or direction from the Coach. As a volunteer tactical operative of RMAX, my orders are to follow the best fitness advice available – and TACTFIT body weight exercise is now the mission.

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Robert Schein February 8, 2010 at 7:00 am

It looks like a great program. Keep up the good work.

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Tom February 8, 2010 at 7:00 am

My job simply doesn’t allow me the time or the expense to go to a traditional physcial fitness establishment. The training I do, I do on my own. My work calls for me to be ready to defend myself at a second’s notice. The core strength you talk about in your video is exactly what I’m looking for. My trade craft will always be there to help me through a situation. Your program will make sure my body does the same.

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Rob Deamer February 8, 2010 at 7:00 am

Looking for something that not only going to provide overall fitness to my body, but is going to increase my mental toughness and is practical. I can do the training anywhere, and its looks like it all quality time. Don’t need to look big and tough, just confidence and ready for what the world “brings on”. Thanks for sharing this
this program with us “civilian targets”.

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Aaron February 8, 2010 at 7:01 am

Hey guys,

TACFIT Commando looks awesome. Im a 34 year old firefighter/medic. I have been using combat conditioning bodyweight exercises exclusively for 5 years, but I’m always looking for something to take me to the next level. TACFIT looks next level and I would love to dedicate myself to this training modality. Thanks for the opportunity.

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Peter February 8, 2010 at 7:02 am

TACFIT Commando is perfect for my fitness needs because I have a busy schedule and spend a lot of time on the road. Having time or access to a gym is not something I can count on very often. That type of lifestyle also makes it difficult to have a comprehensive fitness regimen that addresses strength, mobility, and balance. TACFIT Commando would take the guess work out of the game and give me a tool that can keep me in peak shape no matter what life or work throw at me.

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Joey B. February 8, 2010 at 7:03 am

I suffer from depression, my medical doctor feels that I need to start exercising for that reason plus my weight is increasing rapidly! Plus I think it would boost myself esteem! Thanks!

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Robert Nichols February 8, 2010 at 7:04 am

I am a 79 year old, 155 pound male so I do not know if I can live through your training although I know very little about the contents. The one down load that gave a few of the ‘exercises’ looked impossible for me to do.
I am willing to try what ever I can do but doubt that will qualify me for one of the prizes.

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Justin Duff February 8, 2010 at 7:04 am

Why the program works for me:
1. allows to shore up weaknesses in the body while allowing others to heal.
2. Dosen’t heavily load elbow i’m trying to rehab
3. allows you to work on fight moves with out fighting
4. unbelievable mobilty
5. unbelievably taxing on the core
6. undeniably metabolic
7. feel refreshed not wasted afterward
8. perfect for firefighting

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J. S. February 8, 2010 at 7:05 am

I have been in the physical shape necessary to perform in the special operations world, however, the ability to recover, to have flexibility, and ultimately, to extend my “shelf life” both in the military and in civilian life is limited by the current programs available. TACFIT Commando would allow me to achieve high end physical results without the negative impacts of traditional training programs. It is important to lead from the front, and TACFIT has always been at the tip of the spear for physical and mental preparation and training.

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Richard Kelly February 8, 2010 at 7:05 am

I am on welfare over here in the UK and I cannot afford a gym membership. Tacfit is already making a change in my life with the free workout, and I would love to carry on my training to get a ripped body I have been dreaming of for years. I have tried all sort of exercise programs and DVD’s in the past, but this is the one that is actually fun with the bonus of being able to do it no matter where you are and gives a brilliant all round workout.

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H-man February 8, 2010 at 7:08 am

As an active member of an area SWAT team, fitness can literally be a matter of life and death for me. I’ve used products from Rmax in the past and found them to be useful, well produced and effective. But I’m particularly excited about TACFIT because, aside from being an outstanding tool for anyone interested in peak fitness, it is mission specific to the kind of work that my teammates and I do every day.
What completely sold me was the live chat with Coach Sonnon. I’ve trained extensively in the past with operators from Delta, the SEALs and other SpecOp groups. Coach Sonnon had the same calm and approachable attitude, along with complete ability to convey his concepts and techniques. Like other SpecOp disciplines, TACFIT is lightyears ahead of older and outdated methods. I am prepped for launch, Bring It On!

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Bennie Jones February 8, 2010 at 7:09 am

Gentlemen, in eight days I’ll be sixty two. I’m dying to try TACFIT commando or die trying. As an “OD” Old Dude, I want to see where it takes me, over- the- hill or under it. This should be interesting. Let get started.

Bennie J.

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Mark G February 8, 2010 at 7:09 am

I live in South Africa, and we have a saying that living in Africa is not for “Sissies”. We have rampant crime and hijackings in the country. I see this TACFIT Commando programme helping me to get fit and combat the “evil” that is prevalent in our country. This programme is also a winner in that you do not need a gym! All it requires, is a training mat and it’s associated floor space, to train. The selection of bodyweight exercises mean that NO weights are needed, JUST your body!! Cheers!

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jesse February 8, 2010 at 7:10 am

hello guys, just turned 44 and have diabetes , it runs in my family . i run do kettlebells and other workouts, got a email from wong and he gave us 2 videos of your excercises, wow just what i need , prob wont b able to afford with the economy so winning would b cool, the excercises i seen are great and what i need to pump up my workouts ty and b safe

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Jim February 8, 2010 at 7:11 am

My situation and fitness needs are unique and call for a program of fitness unique in nature. I am fifty-five and work at a job highly physical in nature; so much so that many men half my age cannot last more than three days. I keep myself in excellent shape but the bending, lifting and repetitive work take a toll. Add to the physical nature the fact that it is a night job and it is difficult to get more than four hours of consecutive sleep. It would be great to have a program which is not linear in nature, as work is not, and is an intense program requiring little space and time. This aspect is necessary as winter here is not conducive to the winter sports in which I used to participate. Finally, it would be nice to get our young daughter to show interest in exercises, which may be viewed as fun in nature.

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John February 8, 2010 at 7:11 am

TACFIT Commando fits my needs because I am a Soldier. As a NCO I train Soldiers, we do not know where we will be from one moment to the next. Whether it be in garrison, overseas, or TDY somewhere… The ability to workout anywhere, anytime complements our mission parameters and chosen profession.

V/r

John

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Mark Orman February 8, 2010 at 7:11 am

I’ve been training in something (weights, boxing, tae kwon do, bjj) for over 40 years. I’m in excellent shape, but I’m always looking for a new edge. If I can train in just a few minutes with no equipment (other than what I was born with), then I can train hard anywhere and take my fitness to another level. A home exercise program came out about 5 years ago which included Hindu squats, the wrestlers bridge, and Hindu push-ups. It was a decent workout, but nothing like TACFIT Commando.

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wade black February 8, 2010 at 7:12 am

As a former Marine and a twenty year veteran of the martial arts I like to train and train people toward real solutions, not hypothetical dramas, I take myself and students out “in the dirt”, the body weight culture is real and extreme, for that reason your system allows this to happen, creating a commando cultue.

peace,

wb

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Tony Burnham February 8, 2010 at 7:12 am

TACFIT would fit in perfectly with the programs I have planned. I have always preferred workouts that require little or no equipment and most of my workouts involve military style PT. After watching the few free videos and doing the exercises therein I found that this is definitely something that I would like to do. I found the techniques are complimentary for my martial arts training as well and I love that it works muscles in ways one wouldn’t normally think of… And the work it does on the core, Whew!!

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BURTON TRINKOFF February 8, 2010 at 7:12 am

I AM 73 YEAR OLD MALE. ALWAYS BEEN AN ATHLETE. HAVE HAD 13 BACK SURGERIES AND
CANNOT DO ALL THE THINGS I WOULD LIKE TO. I FEEL THAT YOUR PROGRAM WOULD BE ABLE
HELP ME PROTECT MY WIFE AND MYSELF AT THIS STATE OF THE GAME AND WITH ALL THE CRIME GOING ON, WE CERTAINLY NEED TO PROTECT OURSELVES. I HOPE I WILL BE CONSIDERED FRO YOUR GIVEAWAY PROGRAM IN ORDER TO IMPROVE MY SELF DEFENSE.

THANKS

BURT TRINKOFF ATNBT@COMCAST.NET

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John K February 8, 2010 at 7:13 am

Really, it is very siimple. Being healthy and fit without having a strong mind is useless. In fact. I you are smart you will stay healthy and fit. On the other hand, not being healthy and fit lessens you ability to have a strong mind. The bottom line is: Strive for a strong mind in a strong body!

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Darryl February 8, 2010 at 7:14 am

I’m 45 and in reasonably good shape. I’ve done multiple rounds of P90X, P90X+, and I study TFT stuff. I have rank in several martial arts (including instructor level) but I’m always looking for an edge. I train 5-6 days a week because I have a wife and two young sons, and I want to be around to watch them grow up. TACFIT is exactly what I’m looking for to keep me competitive in the real world. Even if I’m not lucky enough to win a free copy, I’ll be incorporating TACFIT into my training as soon as possible. Thank you so much for releasing this information!

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Patrick Lawlor February 8, 2010 at 7:16 am

TacFit Commando training looks like a great challenge workout for a 44-year-old guy (like myself) out to prove that he’s not ready for the nursing home just yet. Plus it looks like a lot of fun.

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Bob February 8, 2010 at 7:16 am

Looking for a fitness program that works for me.

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miguel February 8, 2010 at 7:17 am

I want TACFIT COMMANDO becaused i have been interested in new forms of training. I think this is going to be very challenging and of course very effective. I live in Puerto Rico and i would like to introduce this type of workout into my training sessions. Soon i’m going to be certified as a personal trainer and this program would give me new tools and expansion modalities to explore with my future clients. So thanks for give me the opportunity to participate in this event.

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K. I. February 8, 2010 at 7:19 am

Before children, my wife and I used to go to the gym to train all the time. Unfortunately, now with 6 children we have not been able to get to the gym. We want to get back into shape to be able to spend time with the kids, and being able to do this at home would work wonderfully.

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Cesar February 8, 2010 at 7:20 am

Imagine being awakened at O dark-thirty hours, going from a resting heart rate to a maximal heart rate in less than 5 minutes at a working fire and your body is unable to accomodate the spike and you collapse.
What happens next? That’s a possibility working as a firefighter and TACFIT Commando is the perfect solution for my fitness needs because it provides cardiovascular conditioning, core strengthening, flexibility improvement, resistance training and last but not least, recovery all rolled into one. TACFIT Commando is a dream come true. What more could you possibly ask for?

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Lina Monica February 8, 2010 at 7:22 am

I’ve been looking around for exercises but have no kept to any one of them religiously as I normally would like compared to my martial arts training. And in addition to that I’m coaching martial arts to the young and old. So I’m constantly looking out for exercises that’s explosive, robust and much like the martial arts that I’m coaching. I’ve tried TACFIT and am inspired to do more. Your free gift will help me and those that I coach… if not more…

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Ron February 8, 2010 at 7:23 am

Being a 56 tear old single father of 3 younger kids, staying in top shape is critical. Having grown up doing gymnastics, and then after getting out of the USNavy I decided at the young age of 30 to get into full contact karate( to learn, and stay in shape). For several years I’ve been involved in offroad dirt biking, both for the rush and the physical conditioning aspect. Its hard to stay motivated and in good shape as our body ages. but I’ve been a big believer and practioner of body weight training to build strength and endurance. This program would seem to be the perfect complement to achieve and maintain the fitness needed to keep up with my active kids, and also I’m a big believer in leading by example as I try to lead the kids down a path of good fitness lifestyle. Having been a student of Tim Larkin & TFT for the past year, his recommendation of your program and the results possible(since he himself uses it) seems like the perfect way to acheive and maintain the physicallity i want & need.

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Justin Everman February 8, 2010 at 7:23 am

We train both civilians and elite operators in our academy.
While they have different uses for our materials, the common thread
is that everyone appreciates efficiency & value. This is why TACFIT Commando
works for us. It can be done “anywhere, anytime” which is the key
to helping our students understand that fitness and preparation does not require this or that tool or an expensive gym, its a state of mind. With TACFIT, there are no excuses, you just need you, now thats
a value!

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peter February 8, 2010 at 7:23 am

tacfit has elements that parallels by existing disciplines but also shakes up the old training traditions. i need it to create a more evolved version of myself. live to fight, fight to live. it’s as simple as that.

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Micky L February 8, 2010 at 7:23 am

Scott,

I am a United States Sailor.
I am overworked and underpaid.
I have a commitment to myself and to my country to maintain a high state of readiness.
I cannot fulfill this commitment in my current condition.
I am at the mercy of a gym that opens after I get to work, and closes before I get home.
I WILL overcome.
I WILL commit to this program.
I WILL transform my 5?7?/200lb frame into a leaner lethal, accessible, deployable weapon.
I WILL be the definition of a TACFIT Commando.

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Joel Seymour February 8, 2010 at 7:25 am

Coach:
As I learned, “I can’t take someone somewhere I’ve never been”. Winning this program would allow me to incorporate this training aspect into my offerings. As I have a special place in my heart for those in the public services industries (First Responders, firefighters, police, EMT/Paramedics, teachers and military), this program would provide me with the additional training to help those who stand between us and harms way, help us in our times of need, and shape the future by teaching our children.

Joel Seymour

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Ryan Strong February 8, 2010 at 7:26 am

I am a member of a United States Army Advisory team currently living in Northern Iraq on an Iraqi Army compound. Our surroundings can change in an instant. TACFIT Commando solves this problem by utilizing the ultimate apparatus: the human body. The Body weight exercises demonstrated set the conditions for no excuses when it comes to location and resources for training. My entire team would benefit from this gift and also can leave the soldiers we are training fit to fight after we depart.

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Joe B. February 8, 2010 at 7:26 am

“Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?”

TACFIIT Commando is the perfect soluction to my Fitness needs because it is Simplistic, Diverse and Functional.

I am a former Police Officer and now 10yrs later find myself at age 39 Training again for the Police Academy.
I currently incorporate the BERevolution system with KBells and Gymnastic Rings. I have never seen this kind of results!! Based on the sample videos of the TACFIT system I can say that this will definitely put me over the top and in SWAT Condition. The 20 minute drill alone that you gave for free, speaks volumes of the ingenius methods you have for High Intensity Training as well as Mental Toughness conditioning.

You really are “Crossing The Line in Fitness”

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Christine Williams February 8, 2010 at 7:26 am

I met Scott and Ryan at the CPTN conference and were impressed with their knolwedge, experience but most of all their inspiration to be fit and healthy. Not a day goes by that I do not put into practice some form of exersise and techiques that they have shown me. I also encourage my athetes in training to follow through on ageless mobility movements…but why tactfit for me… it excites me, challenges me and make me want to do more and be more fit. I want to be challenged, I need to be challenged and just watching the demonstations and introduction has got me excited to work at a more intense level for my fitness. Thanks Scott

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Katie February 8, 2010 at 7:30 am

I’m a counselor working with kids that are refugees–often from war-torn countries. These children are survivors and also the unintended victims of the many conflicts around the world. I take care of myself by pushing my body to the limit. As a woman, I find it frustrating that the media geared toward our gender seems to discourage hard workouts, especially using bodyweight type strength and interval training. I try to be a model not only to the kids I work with, but to other women by keeping myself in shape.
TACFIT would take me to that “next level”. I already do interval bodyweight workouts 6 days a week in my home and have turned some of my friends on to this method of staying in shape. I’m proving to other women that being strong is beautiful and doesn’t mean bulky. Functional fitness is where it’s at–being prepared for whatever obstacle comes at you.

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Jason February 8, 2010 at 7:30 am

I am a martial arts instructor and a former U.S. Marine. When I teach my classes I need to be able to demonstrate techniques with full speed, power, and control. Most importantly, I need to be able to LEAD FROM THE FRONT and show my students HOW IT’S DONE. I believe TACFIT COMMANDO will help me reach those objectives. As the father of an energitic three year old (with a second on the way), I need to be able to keep up with my daughter. So joint mobility, quick recovery, and staying injury free are VERY important to me, too!

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Eric T Dickinson February 8, 2010 at 7:31 am

As an aging disabled vetern it is getting more and more important for me to keep moving, stay limber and build/ maintain muscle mass. I have and continue to use combat conditioning and other body weight exercise programs along with resistance bands and the TRX. From what I have seen of the program you have created there are many bridges made between flexiblity, strength and stamina. You combine multiple movements into a dynamic seqence that are fun, challenging and rewarding. I have a little boy on the way and look forward to being able to kick the football around and maybe teach him some scrum techniques as he gets older.

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Mitchell Dominguez February 8, 2010 at 7:31 am

After attempting 4 of the TACFIT exercises provided in the free videos my initial reaction is WOW! Just what a mid 50’s man who travels in high risk areas both from nature and man made, absolutely needs. Bikram Yoga and Tactical Focus Training keep me fit and able to defend myself. The addition of the TACFIT program will take my physical conditioning to a higher level. Win, Lose, or Draw, TACFIT is an obvious winner for those seeking serious REAL LIFE USABLE physical conditioning.

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Angela Woppman February 8, 2010 at 7:32 am

I believe TACFIT COMMANDO would be an excellent compliment to my KB training and help me prepare for my 3rd Dan Black Belt test…a very demanding test where functional strength and flexibility are a must! I’m chronically tight and I believe this program would help with this.

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Bret February 8, 2010 at 7:33 am

I would like to have the TACFIT COMMANDO because I want to get in the best possible shape that I can. I’ll be 46 in June and I’m not ready to just sit on the couch in front of the TV and let life pass me by. I think this program could help me recover and refine my movement back to my younger days and keep the fat off while maintaining a lean muscular physique. Also I want to be able to workout any where and not need a gym to go to. I really would love to have this program to carry my body to the next level and to stay healthy!

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Westley February 8, 2010 at 7:34 am

I’ve checked several fitness modules out there and they are all centered around equipments we need to purchase or a gym membership instead of focusing on the one equipment we all have – the human body. I know this is the perfect solution for me to train me both physically, and mentally. I’ve given up on all, but now I’ve found this program. With this program, I’ll be able to share with my friend, to motivate and mentor each other.

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Jerry February 8, 2010 at 7:36 am

Well here it goes. I am 45 and not in great shape and my job requires a lot of travel. I had a beneign pituitary tumor removed years ago but the effects it left on my body are still with me. I am not as strong or as flexable as I should be or want to be. Because I travel a lot TACFIT COMMANDO would be great because I only have to use what I always have with me, ME. I figure today is the first day in the rest of my life and if I want to be stronger and more flexable I need to start now. I believe TACFIT COMMANDO can help me get back what I lost years ago. Thanks for the opportunity to be in this contest.

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dillon February 8, 2010 at 7:36 am

Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to my fitness needs?

Presently my special ops mission requires raising an active 3yr old and a freshly minted 2mnth old. 20 mins is about all i can spare – usually at the end of the day – to get some exercise in. While I don’t consider it enemy territory I have been “airdropped” into a limited options situation. TACFIT Commando is ideal as it will allow me to make the most of my environment while been mission ready. Side effects might include a physique that may lead to more little ones… but that’s a risk i’m willing to take ;-)

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Dr. John February 8, 2010 at 7:37 am

TACFIT Camando is the perfect workout solution for me because, I broke my neck in 2004, I am on the Braoin and Spinal Cord Injury Registry in Florida, I was fused at 3 cervical vertebra, plastic disc, cadaver vertabrae, Titanium plate and screws. Today I lift three days a week, cardio 2-3 times aweek and I am cuerrently 260 lbs. and 12.6% BF. I need tacfit to take me to the next level, I know it can; more importantly, I KNOW I CAN, I Will, I MUST!
Thank you for your consideration, John

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Rex February 8, 2010 at 7:38 am

I’m a 41 year old father of two and RMAX has given me a path back to health and fitness. After several years of doing traditional weight lifting and martial arts I started to really feel my age. Starting with IntuFlow I was able to regain mobility that I had lost over the years. With TACFIT I want to take my fitness to a new level and set an example of fitness and mobility for my daughters.

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Tom Schmidt February 8, 2010 at 7:38 am

I am interested in the program because after 4 years in the USMC and various jobs requiring strenuous physical labor I have been what I consider to be in above average fitness for the majority of my life. Now I am 53 years old and am “getting soft”. I am presently working as an Industrial Training Supervisor in the Metal Shop in maximum security Attica Correctional Facility in NYS. I work daily with hard core criminals who have a lot of time to “beef up”. On occasion my duties include breaking up fights between inmates in conjunction with the Correction Officers or solely if circumstances warrant. I want to ensure that I am in top shape to best be able to handle such a situation if need be. I believe that your program will enable me to attain that goal. Thank you considering me for this offer.

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Jason February 8, 2010 at 7:39 am

This looks very good. It’s amazing what you can achieve with the right knowledge and iron will. Keep up the good work.

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Tyler February 8, 2010 at 7:40 am

I would like this program because I’ve been in a fitness rut of late and could really use something to pull me out. I’ve been reading hundreds of different e-mail newsletters from all kinds of muscle building “experts” but nothing seems to work the way I want it to. If there was anything out there that could help me, I believe it is your program and would really like a chance to try it out.

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Sean February 8, 2010 at 7:42 am

Simply put, I want real world fitness (Power [strength and speed], Flexibility and Endurance) that is ready to go when I need it.
– I want to master my own body weight
– In mastering my body weight I will be able to reach new heights under the bar

THE BOTTOM LINE: TacFit is not an exercise program – it is a lifestyle, a state of mind that allows you to achieve personal records not only in the gym (or wherever you work out), but in life.

Thanks for the opportunity,

Sean

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Mark Royce February 8, 2010 at 7:42 am

“Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?”

I have been training in the martial arts for 30 years this year – I am alwyas looking for ways to improve my conditioning, as well as the conditioning of my students and fighters I train. From what I have read and seen on the website. TACFIT would be a great asset to me – I am ready to start the workouts. I am 47 years young and striving to show the world that age is just a number, and with your help I believe I can accomplish just that! Thank you,

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Judith Koch February 8, 2010 at 7:42 am

Help me show the world that a 51-year-old woman can still hang with the young boys!

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Mike Douglas February 8, 2010 at 7:42 am

I am trying to get back in shape with what little time I have during the day.

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Roger Vinge February 8, 2010 at 7:42 am

What I have seen of Tactfit Commando is a much needed training tool for all in the public emergency field (Police, Fire, Para Medics) also in the gyms of all High and Elementary Schools throughout the country. For myself I’m 60, retiring from the Chicago Police Dept. after 33yrs. although with lapses have been training since the age of 15 (Karate Instructor, High School Golf Coach, Manager of Traveling Park District Baseball Team and Strength training). All the aforementioned except the Strength training is in the past. Needed is a tool that I could enhance my training also with some Help can indoctrinate the same training to the CPD so these Police Officers can be better equipped to handle themselves in the field. It’s a great training tool and thanks for excellent work put into the same.

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Thomas February 8, 2010 at 7:44 am

The biggest problem I’ve had is that I run 5 (yes…5) businesses on four continents. While I am blessed to have a full gym in my home in the US, when I travel outside the US it’s more difficult to get to a gym. It’s also more difficult to eat right as all fast food restaurants (whether in our outside the US) serve shit for food and even better restaurants don’t properly serve my needs. I having an exercise system I can “bring it on” without having to use heavy equipment is a God send. Also, since I now typically buy my meals at local stores where I can buy food that actually won’t kill me is not only more convenient but costs consideraly less than eating out.

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Joe Scuderi February 8, 2010 at 7:44 am

If you’re a commando then yes -as several such people have already testified- these movements are a superior training method. But for most of us, the greater reality is revitalization. No matter how much cardio or strength or yoga we do, we feel not only that we’re missing something, but more, that we’ve lost something. That we once had something, perhaps as children, which no matter how hard we try, we can’t regain. Sure, nobody can turn back the clock. But sit for an hour, sometime, and watch children play. Watch how they fall, and get up. And fall, and get up. Look inside yourself, and recognize how afraid you are of falling. Could it be that something as simple as hitting the ground and bouncing back up, through all six planes of movement, could be a key to revitalization? This is what Scott’s showing us. With TacFit he seems to be taking this core philosophy and systematizing it from the perspective of interval training, which puts it into the league of high performance workouts, blends several modalities into one clean and efficient approach. This is all good. Keep doing what you do, Scott. You’re a credit to all of us. From the heart, brother.

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cufang February 8, 2010 at 7:45 am

because we need ‘muscle go’ if we want to chalenge the real life.
real life sometimes need good sense of active and reactive, reflectory and adaptive muscle to rise against unwanted bad accident

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Ari February 8, 2010 at 7:45 am

Time: I’ve got a wife, children, a job, and practice piano 3 hours a day–I need fitness that is as efficient as possible.
Safety: I love kettlebell and clubs but don’t like how the high torque can cause mild wrist injury if my technique isn’t perfect.
It’s my style: I love working out in ways that combine ballistic moves and flow.

TacFit looks to be my dream program!

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Brian February 8, 2010 at 7:45 am

My reasoning is simple..I am a 41 and a father of a four year old energetic boy..I want to be able to actively participate in all activities that he ( or anyone else for that matter ) ask of me..I owe him my best and this will help me give it…

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bruce February 8, 2010 at 7:46 am

i like to try new stuff.I don like to repeat the same exercise again and again.i don do exercise for exercise sake.i want to do something to improve myself each time,be it stamina,strength,endurance,agility,etc.i m always looking for great bodyweight exercise program,because i believe we can achieve a lot just by using our own bodyweight.

i believe ur program is wat i want for now ! thanks

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HT February 8, 2010 at 7:47 am

Tim Larkin recommends your training and that alone is enough reason for me to want to learn more. I have just started practicing the Israeli challenge exercises and the resulting sweat production levels tells me this stuff works. I am 61 years old young and intend to stay fit until this body wears out. My goal is to look so good in my coffin that folks exclaim – “Geez, is he really dead?”

Thanks for making such a great product available and best of luck to you.

HT

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Brian February 8, 2010 at 7:50 am

Dear Scott,

I would love to win a Tacfit Delux package for my wife. I forwarded your emails to our home computer and she looked at your videos and said, “I want to be that fit and be able to do this!” My wife was diagnosed with stage III melanoma. The doctors did not have a very promising prognosis. However she has beaten the odds. She declined all chemotherapy and radiation and decided to let her own body win the war against this aggressive cancer. We eat 100% organically and she has been working out with me over the past two years. To her credit she is 2 1/2 years out cancer free and her oncologist cannot believe her progress. Praise God! I would like to give her this Valentine gift of TacFit to further her progress and extend her life. Please help me to help my best friend! She said to me that life kicks you down sometimes, just make sure it kicks you forward. TacFit will help us be kicked forward! Thanks for your time and consideration.
Yours in health,
Brian

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Thad February 8, 2010 at 7:55 am

I am 39 years old and have 4 childrean ages 5 and under. Not only do I need to be ALIVE to care for them, but also get in a physical condition to maintain, enjoy, and teach an active lifestyle. Obviously time is an issue and bodyweight workouts at home prior to work would be a good fit. Thanks!

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Ricky Howard February 8, 2010 at 7:55 am

I would love to win this program.

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Chris C. February 8, 2010 at 7:57 am

With this package you just gave me the means to show that you don´t have to be an ex-military superhero to be in great shape. When you get over 40 you realize the importance of joint mobility and the need of a way of keeping you fit that is not time wasting and at the same time give you a full overhaul. For what I´ve seen so far from your program, you are taking excellent known exercises to the next level, and on top of that showing, at least to me, a whole range of stuff that was a great known secret.
Either way I will use your program and implement the parts that works for me in my daily routine.
GREAT WORK GUYS!!

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Cheryl February 8, 2010 at 7:58 am

It is kind of humbling to try to win this prize because there are so many others who want it, also. Since I discovered your workouts there has been a great change in how I feel inside plus progress on the outside. I have tried so many workout programs; that just did not work for me. I was a Kung-Fu San Soo practitioner for thirteen years and had my neck injured; which took almost a year to get my C-1 to stay in place; now my practice includes Intu-Flow and since doing the neck exercises , my neck gives me no problems because the muscles have grown stronger. Your programs are something to carry me through life; with mobility, strength, coordination and the dignity of growing old but being self sufficient because of having these abilities. I definitely won’t be the little old lady who gets preyed upon. Ha! ha!
Thanks, guys for helping all of us.

Namaste,
Cheryl

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Nathan February 8, 2010 at 7:59 am

I am a 24 year old Marine 2nd Lt and platoon commander scheduled to deploy to Afghanistan this summer. I have always been interested in the best way to be functionally fit and, having tried just about everything out there ( Crossfit included), I still felt that there was something missing. Last night I did the Tacfit Workout Challenge and all I have to say is WOW…this stuff is awesome. This is what I’ve been looking for and I cannot think of a better way to get myself physically (and mentally) prepared to go to combat this summer. Thank you.

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Eli Mead February 8, 2010 at 8:01 am

Tactfit is all about real world fitness, and here on the farm, that’s exactly what I need. Whether it’s hauling bales, chopping wood, or shoving a stubborn goat into place, I need the strength and endurance to keep going all day, everyday. When you’re a farmer, there are no days off, and that’s why I need the training secrets of the best!

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Patrick February 8, 2010 at 8:01 am

Tac Fit training seems to be amazing, I’ve been just trying the system out now for two days now and I can already foresee the results. It’s a really good combination of strength and stretching. I will be eager to follow the complete program as out lined by Mr. Scott Sonnon. Please bring on the program soon, it will be a straight out a success.

Greetings from Aruba

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norrie February 8, 2010 at 8:02 am

Thanks for some great ideas , to which i am incorporating into
my hectic weekly scheduel. {ie work 5 kids and training}

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Bril February 8, 2010 at 8:02 am

I train in Aikido and plan to cross-train in Systema and Tai Chi. During my training, the importance of whole body coordination is clearly evident. Even as a boy, I always enjoyed body weight exercises. They seem to tap into my inner spirit. Now as a 33 year old man, TACFIT Commando will provide me a structured fitness program to improve my whole body coordination, strength, flexibility, which will supplement my martial arts training and activate my spirit. I look forward to training.

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Chris February 8, 2010 at 8:03 am

I was medically discharged from the Army after being in a motor vehicle accident and was left with my left leg a little over 2 1/2 inches shorter than my right. Since being discharged I have gained about 35lbs of weight. This program is what I need to strengthen my core muscle so that my spine maintains the proper alignment. With other exercise programs I have had to see a chiropractor for spinal realignment. I have two young children that I want to grow up as active playful kids instead of sitting on a couch and playing video games. I need to be this example for their lives. With other exercise gyms they want me to do the bicycle, treadmill and the likes, but with my shortened leg this becomes hard to do over and over and stay motivated. This program looks to be just what my doctor has suggested would work for me. Thank you for the free material, very effective, fun and motivating.

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Erik February 8, 2010 at 8:03 am

I have been a corporate pilot for over 10 years. I have been looking for a program that will counter act the eating out and inactivity of my career. It is also very important to find something that works with limited space and equipment. I discovered the programs such as P90X(+) and insanity, and these have been working extremely well. Now I’m looking for something to supplement, and maybe even take the place of these programs. TACFIT seems to be the perfect program to fill all of my needs! Thanks for providing this to the public!

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Adam February 8, 2010 at 8:07 am

TACFIT is the ideal program for me for two reasons. First, I enjoy trying different physical activities just for the hell of it. I want to be able to climb a mountain, scuba dive a wreck, wrestle a bear, and walk a tightrope all in the same day. Second, because of my attention-deficit, I need a program that is unique, challenging, and ever-changing in order to keep my interest. TACFIT can work to help me to achieve all those goals.

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Chris February 8, 2010 at 8:08 am

It is simple: To achieve personal excellence in the most self-driven, self-directed, self-responsible way. No dependency on gyms, machines, monthly dues. Just me, my body, and my self-will. To be able to challenge myself to/past my limits anywhere, anytime. No excuses, nothing between me and my goals, no matter what! This, then, is my example to my daughter. The best lessons come from watching someone “Do” instead of listen to someone “Talk”. I want to teach her to take charge of her life and the most fundamental place to start is with her body and mind. This is a gift that will last her her lifetime.

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Dennis VanWagner February 8, 2010 at 8:09 am

Hey Scott & Ryan, I appreciate the direction you guys are going with this. I love what’s practicle & gives me the most bang for the time spent. At 51 & 145 lbs I still get in the ring & on the matt with other fighters who are usually half my age & out weight me. I figure staying fighting fit has the most carry over to function in daily life. I like being able to out work other younger soldiers, play basketball with my adult sons, turn flips on the trampline with my grandchildren, & row around on the lawn with my great grandson. I hate gyms & don’t have the time for them. I’ve spent the last 23 years working out in some small corner. Now with a system like this I can not only be fighting fit but also have exercises that have direct carry over to emergencies situations. More bang for the moment spent. Awesome.

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David February 8, 2010 at 8:10 am

For to long I had let myself go, I am 52 years old and 1 year and 2 months ago I started a excercise & diet program or I will say a life style change, in one year I was able to loose 100 lbs, I still have 70 more lbs to go. I promised myself that this year to be in the best physical shape I have ever been in my life, and I know I can do it. When observing your videos I can see that this type of exersise as being far superior to what I have been doing, your program seems to be the real deal, what good is it to be cut if you can’t go the distance. I would be proud to use your product, I think it would give me a groud up restoration and get me firing on all 8 cylinders. Thank you for your concederation.

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Brian February 8, 2010 at 8:11 am

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Paul Gardner February 8, 2010 at 8:11 am

TACFIT Commando delivers the fun, the challenge, the thrill of being in the best shape of my life!
Bringin’ it any time any place in the real world.

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Joe February 8, 2010 at 8:12 am

TACFIT is perfect for me because it offers real functional muscle gains rather than the non-functional “show muscle” that one acquires from traditional weight lifting. Additionally, this is the only program that I have ever heard of that is concerned with both recovery time, and minimizing aches and pains. Finally, I have been using body-weight exercises for years and yet I found the sample workout to be challenging and invigorating. I cannot wait to see what else is in this package deal.

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Tanya February 8, 2010 at 8:12 am

I’m a technician in the film industry. I’m no commando, but I do work insane shifts, in every possible environment. I need to be agile and strong every minute of every long day, I don’t have time for gyms and classes, and frankly the last thing I want to do when I’m taking care of myself is haul more gear! This system looks to be exactly what I’ve been waiting for to get myself feeling (and looking) the way that I want. It works fast, it works everywhere and it gets the whole job done right – just like me! Thanks.

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Steven February 8, 2010 at 8:13 am

Wow,
TACFIT Commando
Target Focus Training
Front Sight
Need i say more.

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john walsh February 8, 2010 at 8:13 am

With my commitments to my family and career I do not have a lot of time to got to a specific time amd place to workout. I need a plan I can follow but fit in to my schedule as it allows. I like that your program focuses on functional strength and conditioning.

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Max February 8, 2010 at 8:13 am

I love you guys! You are great teachers!

I am very greatful that you’ve decided to share your knowledge in this way. The information is priceless and very hard to come by on your own with all the confusion and mixed messages in the fitness industry.

TACFIT Commando is exactly what I’ve been looking for! A workout with a purpose! This really is functional training at it’s best!
A great challenge, a time saving workout, liberating movement in an organized and very motivating workout routine. Couldn’t be better.

With the TACFIT Commando and the Black book of Clubbell training I feel that I have everything I need to build the physique I’ve always wanted.

Also, Tacfit is going to be a huge hit in the paintball/airsoft community.

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Mickey February 8, 2010 at 8:16 am

Coaches,

Look…I have been following along behind you all since, what? 2000 or 01? I have seen the progression from where we were in GT to where we are now and have found sources for consistent inspiration. From the (limited) contact I have had with each of you personally I have found you to be grounded and credible in your approach and in person. The fundamental understanding I have come to about the mechanics of the human body and how it is most effective has served me well in my training as a police officer, and I only imagine it will progress further in my developing role as an intelligence professional.

That said and with all due respect, I don’t want one of your free sets.

There have been enough people posting here in LEO or rescue professions that deserve to have this opportunity and I would hate to rob them of it. I would encourage those who wouldn’t be using in the defense or service of others to purchase the set themselves. Those of us that serve and can afford to pass by a freebie, shouldn’t we in favor of those who can’t?

You will have my testimonial in any case, as you have since I first came almost a decade ago.

-scl

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bce R February 8, 2010 at 8:18 am

Like most people I’ve been disappointed with the standard workouts. I want a body that I can use, not a body I don’t feel one with.
I kept looking for something else. Then I watched the free online video– I had a vision – that’s what I want to do!! I want to be above the norm, I want to do things I didn’t think were possible.
Btw it’s been snowing recently and I thought I couldn’t train outside – WRONG from now on!!!
Thanks for bringing everything together.

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Kevin O’Brien, Captain, Frontier Airlines February 8, 2010 at 8:21 am

As an airline pilot and FFDO (Federal Flight Deck Officer) I have volunteered to defend my aircraft, passengers and crew with my weapon and my life.

With my erratic schedule and long hours locked in the cockpit, I have difficulty maintaining adequate physical fitness. A hotel gym isn’t the answer. I need “go muscle”, not show muscle”.

I have personally pursued greater weapons and defensive tactics training but when asked how much training I’ve received, the answer is always “Not enough”.

TACFIT seems like the perfect program to give me the edge that might help save my life and the lives I am charged with protecting.

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mats mlain February 8, 2010 at 8:22 am

i am new to this type of workout and never done anything like it. it seems very interesting and a definite change-up to the existing routine.

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Greg February 8, 2010 at 8:22 am

First off, great product and great response!

TACFIT Commando is perfect for my fitness needs because I train mothers, daughters, housewives, and all the other “regular people” in how to defend themselves from the predators out there. In our self defense training we don’t do drills, kata’s, etc…it’s all scenario/reality based training with techniques Coach Sonnon may have learned with his special forces groups. A huge part of our training is improving thier physical and mental fitness and the exercises you have whetted our appetite with are the perfect compliment to instill in my clients the mental toughness needed to survive if they ever need to use the tools we provide.

Whether I win or not, great stuff and thank you so much for sharing what you have thus far.

All the best,

Greg

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M.C February 8, 2010 at 8:23 am

Having purchased Intu-flow and Flowfit, this DVD would be a valuable add-on to the knowledge I have gained from both of these DVD’s. As a martial artist for over 12 years, Scott’s approach to fitness but in particular to movement and fluidity has been invaluable to my own progression, not only in my chosen art form but more importantly in my everyday life. The ability to train intelligently and efficiently incorporating a strength program with dynamic movements and explosive spring energy is exactly what this dvd provides. Regardless of whether or not I get chosen I would just like to say thank you for helping me to evolve.

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Michael Ross February 8, 2010 at 8:23 am

I’m a USMC Vietnam disabled veteran who has excercised all my life. At 62 years old with many physical problems I can’t seem to get motivated any longer. I hope that TACFIT Commando will change this.

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David Nolan February 8, 2010 at 8:24 am

I am a chef in a busy restaurant, working 60+ hours a week. I replaced three people, never get sick days, and am still at my starting salary after four years. Can you say “chump”? Well, it’s about time I found something that works for me. Trying to support my family on less than the poverty level, while saving a restaurant from six previous years of poor management, has taken its toll on me physically and financially. Not trying to cry or whine here, just stating facts. I am determined to make my life work, and your program has distilled the essence of the best excercises known to mankind. I can say this because I have also been pursuing the martial arts my entire life, collecting and selecting the most effective techniques from any and every time period and locale. Your excercises represent the best of what the world has to offer, and they (almost) fit into my impossible schedule and meager budget where nothing else ever would. Thank you.

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Richard A. Hoska February 8, 2010 at 8:25 am

Hello,

I am a Certifed Rolfer (go to Rolf.org for info. A technique for working with the Connective Tissue of the body. So your whole body is fair game) and a fitness Trainer. I have always been a big believer and proponent of the use of Bodyweight movements for strenght and fitness.
And your program fits right in with Rolfing as well.
And just look at the animals…how strong they are just by use of their own bodies.
I would use the program both for myself and with my clients. i would encourage them to also come to your werbsite as well..for them to take their own action.
I would also use this program to set the example of what is possible for older athletes and for the gerneral population who believes other wise.
I am 52 years of age and spent 22 plus years in the military. So to use your program both for myself and to help inspire others what they can do….!!!

Regards, RAH

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Patrick February 8, 2010 at 8:26 am

Tacfit Commando is for me, because I want to devlop the intuitive knowledge to train myself to the limits that I choose.

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Steve February 8, 2010 at 8:27 am

I have been working out since I was 13yrs old and I am now 60+ and still exercising with kettle bells, power rings, trx suspension training and just recently clubbells. Since I have been using clubbells and some of the CST exercises it has simply made a major difference in performance and skills. I have been following the TACFIT recently since I am still new to your programs and I have been playing with the exercises you have given so freely (thanks for that) I just want to say a big WOW, simply amazing tools that one can absolutely take ones power back for health, strength, agility and total functional being in everything that you set out to do.
I already feel stronger and quicker in real life.
Thanks so much Scott for creating such a gift to mankind

Steve

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AM February 8, 2010 at 8:27 am

I’ve known for awhike now that bodyweight workouts are the way to go. I just wasn’t sure which ones to use. I have been an MP in the Military, Deployed to Iraq, a Firefighter, a BP and know I’m studying to be EMT cert. to add. I know I like to help others but it won’t be of any help to any one if I’m not in the condition I should be in when I get to them. But, Most importantly, I’m a Father, a Husband, and now a Grandfather (all at the tender age of 33yrs). Anyway, all of this as rewarding as it is takes up a lot of my time and I need something like this to really help me stay in shape. I plan on getting it anyways but winning the prize would make it all that much more sweeter. Thanks & TakeCare,

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Dennis February 8, 2010 at 8:27 am

As I read the existing comments, I think that most of the respondents either have military experience, exercise frequently, or train in the martial arts. I am am healthy, active, individual with no training experience. I am a ‘normal’ – 6?2?, 175 lb., 54 year-old, entrepreneur. Therefore, I uniquely represent the class of middle America that requires this training. The young are already tough. What America needs is toughness with tact and wisdom. This TACFIT Commando Training Program would help develop the third leg of my personal development strategy. Additionally, others will be inspired by seeing results from your program.

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greg February 8, 2010 at 8:28 am

Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?

Right off the bat, I can stop paying to go to the crowded gym near my office, where I workout next to that grunting-guy who smells like he hasn’t washed his work-out gear in months.
With a marriage looming (and the baby steps sure to follow shortly after) I have had my health and fitness on my mind. I’ve been working a lot, working out not enough. And with a family history of both diabetes, and heart disease, I know that its a slippery slope. TACFIT Commando could work my butt off harder than I ever have and get back into shape, save MONEY by not paying gym dues, and prepare physically for my most important stage of life — fatherhood.

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James February 8, 2010 at 8:51 am

sounds like a winner!

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Stephan February 8, 2010 at 8:29 am

Hi Guys,

Here are my thoughts…

+ 1 For not showing an endless video about how difficult it is to lose weight and get fit
+ 1 For not promising to become eligible for the cast of the movie “300? in 4 weeks
+ 1 For not selling me bogus magical pills (with promo codes)
+ 1 For not showing fake stories of people who became the Hulk in a months time
+ 1 For not selling fitness equipment that does all the work for you
+ 1 For not being a slick, buffed up, over sun tanned, in a too tight shorts fitness coach with a Prodent smile

+ 100 For showing real and valuable trainings methods that can be done wherever and whenever
+ 100 For the “No Bullshit” approach

Pick me! Pick me!
Stephan

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Don Gershberg February 8, 2010 at 8:29 am

Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?

Tacfit is an excellent choice for me because it is precise and specific. it uses natural movements to target where my body needs help to regain mobility and strength. it is a perfect compliment to the kettlebell work i am already doing. As a 58 year old man who takes fitness seriously, this is a program i can continue to use to keep my lean, strong and supple.

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Bufford February 8, 2010 at 8:30 am

As a Federal Agent I am required to stay in top shape as a matter of principle. This type of fitness is more functional for me in my line of work because it always keeps you in a state of perpetual readiness. This should be a benchmark for anyone that is thinking about getting into any type of law enforcement. Because the true test of manhood is if you get to go home at night. Live fit and stay strong…

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Scott February 8, 2010 at 8:33 am

As a self employed field engineer my missions are unpredictable and spontaneous. .Duties involve getting into the trenches with hands-on problem solving. I continuously seek additional fitness development that will get me into the next level of readiness. Tacfit is the solution and best of all has no limits! To top it off it requires no equipment and can be implemented anywhere at any time. This is perfect for my extensive travel responsibilities.
Can’t wait for the additional insight from your programs.
Scott

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Johnny Bird February 8, 2010 at 8:33 am

I am 42 years old and my body craves balance, healing and equanimous mobility. TACFIT Commando is the perfect solution to my fitness needs because it will allow me to intelligently pursue and continually evolve my mobility, while allowing for recovery. I’ve been working with the TACFIT Israeli Commando Challenge for the last week and it is outstanding! As I continue to seek the integration of mobility training, Yoga, and Clubbell training, TACFIT Commando provides me with a completely balanced training system that I can pursue in the garage, on the deck, at the beach, in a hotel room…. Anywhere!

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Jason February 8, 2010 at 8:34 am

I just realise I have to leave a 50 word message…..So hear goes! TACFIT would be perfect for me because I give alot of importance to being fit. In todays modern civilisation so much is done for us, that we have become lazy but yet there seems to very little time to train . We spend most of our time sitting down, neglecting something that was made for movement. So recognising this I have always endeavoured to keep myself fit. I have tried many programs and through trial and error I have come to realise that functional movement and fitness is of the utmost importance. I have reached a point where am bored and looking for a challenge but I also want something that is wholistic in it approach to modern day fitness.
All of the above is adequately addressed and catered for in the TACFIT program.

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Steve February 8, 2010 at 8:34 am

For a guy who turns 60 this year I am constantly looking for a fitness system that will work for me. As a police officer I need a system that is revelant to what I do. Over the years i have tryed every fitness program out there. Tacfit is truly a functional system.
As to why I want to win, hey I’m a cop, we don’t make a lot of money. We do our jobs because we do make a differance.
I will purchase the program anyway, but why not try to win. In today’s world, we all are going to be in the work force longer, so I think we need a system of fitness that will keep us on top of our game.

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Ken Lin February 8, 2010 at 8:34 am

After training with weights (DB, BB and KBs) to build muscles and strength, I feel that I need a change to work more on movement, flexibility, and dexterity. At 45 years old and naturally lean, I can only go so far with heavy weights before risking injury. Instead, I’m looking for something to develop movement, fluidity, stamina, and functional strength. I want a program that can fit my erratic schedule, to allow me to exercise anytime, anywhere.

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Andrew McMillen February 8, 2010 at 8:35 am

TACFIT Commando is the perfect solution to my fitness needs because it can be done anywhere at anytime in any space I have available (even a hotel bathroom!) and blasts the whole body at once. The exercises by themselves ARE the warmup, stretching, workout and cooldown. Afterwards your knees, back and shoulders feel AMAZING and for the rest of the day you feel limber and ready for anything that might happen. I have never seen these exercises before and neither has anyone else. It’s about time something NEW and UNIQUE has come along. I’ve been looking for something like this for the past 20 years.

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Glenn Sunshine February 8, 2010 at 8:35 am

As someone who came late to sports and fitness, RMAX materials have been a lifesaver to me. At age 51, every time I try a different program I get injured; I need to stick to RMAX’s “health-first” approach. As life gets busier, Tacfit’s quick, intense workouts are ideal for my schedule and my health and fitness goals. As budgets get tighter and I travel more, Tacfit Commando’s bodyweight only workouts are perfect for the realities I face. And as life gets more stressful, Tacfit’s psychological dimensions may again be a lifesaver for me (literally!). Who could ask for anything more?

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Brad Burt February 8, 2010 at 8:36 am

I want to become an international anti-terrorist. But….I’m 57 years old, somewhat overweight….well, you get the idea. I NEED this course in order to get into good enough shape not just to survive, but to excel at my new profession.

Look at the advantage to you folks if you give me this course. First, as I start and complete extremely complex and dangerous missions I will have great “endorsement” stories to forward to you! Second, you will have hopefully saved a life. MINE! Third, well, crumb I don’t have a third. See one and two again. Oh, wait, I have it!

Nope, I don’t see any way around it. Maybe save a life and get some really cool stories of harrowing Black Ops missions completed by one of the first guys to get you course. I think that says it all! Really. ;-)

Very sincerest regards,

Brad Burt
Combat Magician

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Michael Roddy February 8, 2010 at 8:37 am

I am active in muay thai kickboxing and jiu jitsu. I love to train and I’ve even fought as an amatuer in mixed martial arts. I am constantly looking for a new or better way to improve my conditioning. This program is definitely the challenge I want to take me to another level. Thank you!

Michael

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MICHAEL W. VAZQUEZ February 8, 2010 at 8:38 am

“Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?”

I have always been interested in physical health & strength. Since I am a very busy person with many diverse interests, It’s been a lifelong search for the best “bang for the buck” exercises – maximum results in minimum time with absolute functional carryover into my daily life. Besides, who wants to spend their whole life in the gym ?
At 42, I joined the U.S. Army (no prior service) and was actually surprised at how well I did since I was the “old man” at Ft. Knox. I had the 3rd highest PT score in the company, shot expert rifle, became Combatives Level I Certified Instructor, and finished in the top 1% of my AIT school (Medicine).
While on a patrol exercise, I tripped on the loose gravel and fell down a mountain and sustained injuries to my left knee (torn ACL, MCL & Meniscus) and right ankle (Grade III Sprain) in September 2009. Rehab has been slow and painful. Unfortunately, I’ve gained 35lbs since the injury. Since I am unable to run at this time, I’ve been looking at bodyweight programs as well as kettlebell programs to supplement my cardio workout.
What I like about TACFIT is that the exercises are all bodyweight specific (take anywhere), they functionally carrover into my daily life (Army – “Always ready status”), promotes injury proofing your body (I’m old and have had many injuries) and is backed by cutting edge science & research.
My unit is due to go to Afganistan after April 3rd of this year, we are currently in post deployment stabilization. I believe TACFIT would be an invaluable tool to get me back in fighting shape fast and to keep me competing against and whipping those young soldiers 18 something A$$’s in PT for years to come !

Thank You,

M.W. Vazquez

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James Burns February 8, 2010 at 8:38 am

My fitness needs
An effective program that has a reasonable learning curve, can be performed by someone who is currently not in top condition, avoids over-training, is practical, functional, allows for logical progression and adaptation to the demands of exercise
The perfect solution should address
Movement, body-weight exercises, short-duration, portability, efficiency, adaptation to stress, progressive levels of difficulty, avoiding injury and pain, breathing, recovery, developing the nervous system, mobility.
The program should be from competent instructors, who are able to motivate, inspire, and teach, using written material and videos to clearly demonstrate how to do it right.
This is TACFIT.

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Carrie February 8, 2010 at 8:40 am

When I turned 40, I looked in the mirror and asked myself “Is this REALLY as good as it gets?” My answer was an absolute “HELL NO”. At 40 years old, with two teenaged children and a medicore fitness regimen I made the resolution to re create myself. I began working out with a women’s boxing club and two years later, I am a boxing trainer and a personal trainer where I believe it is my mission to share with women of ALL ages that there is no such things as limitations. TACFIT is so far above average that I can’t think of a better way to empower a woman than to say, now try this, and watch her succeed. On a personal level, I love the challenges that the introductory program has given me and I look forward to more!

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Mona Lisa February 8, 2010 at 8:40 am

Hi,
My name is Mona Lisa I am turning 41 on Saturday and I have suffered several injuries in the past on my quest for fitness and I want to be in the best shape of my life not only for myself but for my children. I have a goal that I am trying to meet and TACFIT would get me there so much faster and with little to no injury.
Thank You,
Mona Lisa

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Ciro February 8, 2010 at 8:41 am

Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?

Because its based on one and only thing we need…our body.It does not work out a muscle it works out all the muscles,all the forgotten and neglected ones that you bypass in a gym.Its natural and focused on whats important and effective and teaches to use our mind and body as one,mental toughness,iron will and the most important of all…knowledge.There is no better way that to get to know your body and make it work together as a unit.No isolation no equipment just a mental wall you have to climb.

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Paul February 8, 2010 at 8:42 am

Tacfit Commando is perfect for my fitness needs because it will push my limits. I am a volunteer firefighter and compete in firefit challenges. This style will not only improve my fitness levels but give me that tactical advantage that will make the difference. I love the tacfit circuits I have tried so far and can’t wait to see what you’ve cooked up for this go around.

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Denise February 8, 2010 at 8:44 am

There is no one perfect solution to fitness. I chose Tacfit as a project that I want to commit to as it excites and is challenging. It goes back to the olden days of training naturally in ways that you can connect to the spirit. Come sun, rain or snow you can do the exercises . I can see myself gradually becoming stronger, and that overflows into my work and my hobbies and once I follow and stay focus on a nutriton plan that works on keeping my body healthly .I’m looking forward to having an adventurous youthful old age . Trust it is an inspiraion to others. Lastly, thanks guys ..what you have here is an extremely good thing. Something different …and I like that…..the music alone can get you going !

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Brian February 8, 2010 at 8:44 am

I’m a martial arts student, instructor and runner who sits behind a desk all day to pay the bills. Having recently become a new father, my priorities have shifted significantly so hitting the gym, dojo and trails as hard as I once did is not part of my daily routine. In the four short months since my daughters arrival I can already see my body softening and I have great need for an intense workout that I can fit into my day.

I’ve begun a pushups, squats, pullups type of body weight workout regimen but it seems uninspired. Seeing the tacfit teaser videos and tuning into your Q&A session last week has me excited about the tacfit challenge.

If I win the free sample I would begin a blog with photos, videos and details of my experience aimed at other new fathers out there who find themselves in my situation. Honestly, I was already considering doing this but winning the free edition is more reason for me to follow through on the idea.

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Mark February 8, 2010 at 8:45 am

When I entered the U.S. Navy I was a pathetic 5?5? and 105 lbs. I had to consume a total of 5 lbs of bananas and water just to make the weight requirement, that was back in 1973. Now I am 6?0? and around 150 lbs give or take 5 lbs. I have an extremly fast metabolism and lose 2 -4 lbs overnight just sleeping. I am very agile and flexible but in need of a workout that can tame my metabolism. At present I watch yoga videos online and have become pretty adept at most asanas in the intermediate level and can accomplish many in the advance level. I downloaded the TACFIT Isreali_Challenge and enjoyed the fluid movement of range that each exercise offered and could hard stop bouncing back and forth on the Quad Hops to Flat Foot Squat.
Hoping your course can tame my metabolism as well. Looking forward to trying it out!

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Mike February 8, 2010 at 8:45 am

Thank you for the opportunity to win a life altering course such as TACFIT Commando. As a former US Army soldier, and current firefighter, I value physical fitness for my own well being and longevity as well as my ability to rescue others from bad situations. I want to rely on my own core strength, and cardiovascular fitness to do the job. TACFIT Commando is the vehicle to accomplish this. Working out with my body weight, in an efficient manner is definitely the way to go, no traveling to the gym, no setting up equipment, just guts and mental toughness.

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Bryn Willington February 8, 2010 at 8:45 am

Hey, whether i win or not I am going buy this and nail the program! (guess i have just talked my way our of winning – you have a guaranteed customer, ha ha!)
I am a student at IMAS under Sifu Vik Hothi and he first introduced me to Ryan at a CST seminar – and that changed my training life.
I am just a normal bloke (wife, kids, house, job, tight hamstrings, inflexible hips…), but I love everything CST and Bodyweight Coach stands for. My wife teaches in a Gym – and i love showing her new exercises that challenge her! She can’t believe the positive effect your training has had on my physique and mindset
TACFIT will not be easy – it’s an advance program, I will struggle, it will hurt, I will feel like giving up, some days I will want to skip or cheat, – but crikey! isn’t that what TACTFIT is trying to teach me NOT to do?
In for a penny, in for pound as they say
Bryn

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Joseph February 8, 2010 at 8:47 am

Why would TACFIT be a perfit fit for me? I have found that as I have aged, I too agree on how the fitness industry has mislead the public. I remember as a young child how my dad use to train me in the back yard. He was a former Green Beret Drill Sargent. As I grew into a young man I was so taken by the fitness set that I soon forgot the truth and realness of strength. I am now 49yrs old and I wish to regain my strength and readiness that I see in your short feeds of video. I have many of your other products and put them into my art of selfdefense. You are a teacher that will for decades leave to this world thr truth not only in fittness but of life and skills that will give then one can ever be thankful for. Thank you Scott for giving your heart, soul and mind to us.

Joseph

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John February 8, 2010 at 8:47 am

“Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?”

Tacfit Commando is multi- functional – it work on endurance, functional strength and flexibility at the same time. It allows you to maximize these three components of fitness in the shortest possible time. As you start as a beginner you feel the benefit of working these three components,functional strength, flexibility and endurance as you do the exercises. as you get better with the skill set these three components improve also with you. These are really great exercises and anyone who is serious about being fit should practice them.

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Rick Hunsinger February 8, 2010 at 8:49 am

Dear Sir,

TACFIT is the only excercise program I have ever encountered, outside of martial arts, that focuses on complete person development: mental, spiritual and physical. It captures the interconnection between these elements in a remarkably enlightened way. Anyone at any level would become a better person using these methods.

From a purely physical training perspective, I have never seen a program that is so functionally oriented. Elite athletes and warriors to amateurs and couch pototoes would improve their quality of life and their contribution to life through the use of these training methods and it’s philosophy.

I will be honored to train with these methods and share them with others who seek similar goals. Thank you for sharing your vision.

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Rick February 8, 2010 at 8:49 am

TACFIT Commando is what i’ve been looking for. Finally a workout without expensive equipment,travel to gym, scheduling in time, etc. Ready to build go instead of show muscle. Finally a change in the fitness business to shake us awake. No more boring workouts. Bring it on TACFIT. Thanks Scott.

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Jim Carter February 8, 2010 at 8:52 am

I’m a volunteer Border Watcher in AZ stopping illegals from entering our unsecured borders. I’m 67 years old and I can already tell that this program is exactly what I need to be able to maintain my agility in bad situations with human smugglers and drug runners. Greatly looking forward to building my body core. Thanks loads. Jim Carter.

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Deborah Newton February 8, 2010 at 8:53 am

Our bodies are an incredible design and I appreciate a discipline that veers away from the synthetic, linear, training that is modern-day. Honing our bodies to be flexible and resilient, and reactive, without injury, is specific to my mentality as a personal trainer.

Thank you for the free preview.

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Diane February 8, 2010 at 8:56 am

I’ve spent years and lots of money starting different fitness programs. Some with trainers and some solo. Then just as progress is being made, I become derailed due to back problems. Watching the TACTFIT video clips, it’s obvious that it develops and uses core strength. This is a fitness program that will allow me to strengthen at my own pace without hurting my back. I see it as a lifelong asset that will positively impact all my activities. Without good health, there is no wealth.

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Lester February 8, 2010 at 8:56 am

As a 50+ year old guy the thing that really is important to me is to find a exercise methodology that gets me into great shape WITHOUT hurting myself. I can’t tell you how many times I have hurt myself in the gym doing routines that damaged my joints. Last fall I purchased BBFFL that I have gotten into excellent shape and have stayed healthy. I think that program was the best program I have ever been on and I would like to take my training to completely new level and feel that TACFIT would allow me to do that.
Thanks for offering such great programs.

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Jim Askins February 8, 2010 at 8:57 am

Special ops must be in the best shape possible because their very survival depends upon it. I am no different. In the last year, I have eliminated my high blood pressure and high cholesterol. I’m ready for the next step—to be in the best shape possible. I am 45 years old with 3 young children (10, 4, & 2) and a wife under 40. Their survival depends upon me. TACFIT will allow me to be in the best shape possible to not only survive, but to enjoy a high quality of life with my young family.

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Jim Carter February 8, 2010 at 8:58 am

I can already tell that this training is exactly what I need to maintain my 67 year old body. I’m a volunteer Border Watcher on the AZ/Mexico border, living in Tennessee, commutting back and forth. I can feel the differance and greatly looking forward continuing my training. I have already told some fellow Border watchers and they too are interested in the training. Thanks loads. Jim Carter.

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Christina February 8, 2010 at 9:05 am

I’ve worked out for years – first in gyms and then almost exclusively with bodyweight exercises – and am in most people’s eyes pretty fit. Once I tried the the sample exercises you sent out a few days ago, though, I knew there was so much room for growth in so many directions. Bodyweight training has been a welcome shift from free weight training, since lifting seemed to strain my joints and I ached in ways that didn’t feel natural or good. Still, BW protocols often don’t seem to focus enough on the progressions that it takes to become comfortable with movements. Your FlowFit video has been amazing for this focus on progressions, but I want to take it to another level. Of course I would like the ‘physique I’ve always wanted,’ but more than anything I want to treat my 30-something body with respect even as I challenge it to go beyond what seems possible.

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Andrea February 8, 2010 at 9:06 am

TACFIT Commando develops real-world strength and stamina, the ability to perform in the toughest situations. It beats isolated-muscle workouts that don’t connect into useful movements.The whole body works as one unit, strength, speed, and endurance. Most important, with repetition the roll, curve, move, get-up, strike-or-defend movements becomes a split-second automatic reaction. TACFIT Commando has a fluidity of motion that is universally adaptable to the situation at hand. It motivates me to train hard and allows for creative adaptations that fit my life.

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Sherry February 8, 2010 at 9:06 am

Hello,
I am 49 years young and I have tried various workout programs during the last 9 years. I am currently doing the Insanity Program and it’s the toughest workout that I’ve done in my life. This is my third time through the program. This program seems somewhat close to yours in the fact of using just your own body weight for resistance. When I workout I need a program that I am lying on the floor in a puddle of sweat and then I feel I’ve accomplished something. Your program looks as though it has the potential to do just that. I can’t wait for it to come out. I want and need the challenge that Tacfit seems to have.

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Brandon Martin February 8, 2010 at 9:07 am

My favorite RMAX product to date — and I have just about every single one of them — has been the original TACFIT program. However, a recent move has prevented me from conveniently using the equipment necessary to do the original program as it ought to be done. TACFIT commando’s focus on bodyweight exercises looks like the perfect solution.

I can’t emphasize enough how great the original TACFIT program was if you were already familiar with a few of the exercises. The learning curve was fun and brief, the incrementalist approach was perfect, and the approximately twenty minute sessions were not only effecient, they were effective. My girlfriend and I both did them with significant reductions in bodyfat percentage. After I’d catch my breath following a workout and Prasara cool-down, I’d have an incredible high, that we’ve come to call “that TACFIT feeling.”

As a note, if you send a review copy, I’d love to journal and document my experiences with TACFIT Commando and post the results on the web / YouTube. I’m pretty sure that would send a lot of traffic your way and, if TACFIT Commando works even remotely as well as the original TACFIT program, it should introduce more than a few new faces to Scott, Ryan, and the entire RMAX community. The changes in my overall physical and mental wellbeing after completing just one 4×7 of the original TACFIT were definitely noticeable via video review!

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JJ February 8, 2010 at 9:07 am

“Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to my fitness needs?”

TACFIT Commando is the perfect solution to my fitness needs because
when I go up against my brother (who is trained in S.C.A.R.S.), and he
still whoops my ass, at least I will look seriously damned good while hitting
the ground.

Peace and piece !!

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Robert Miller February 8, 2010 at 9:08 am

Being an older previous SpecOps type, 5th SFGA, time and lack of continued training have caught up with me. TacFit will allow me to regain most of the strength and endurance I once had, using a superior product and not wasting my time on conventional misdirected excerise. “De Oppresso Liber”

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Richard Kimberley February 8, 2010 at 9:14 am

Too much depends on me. My immediate family, and extended family rely on me to be there for them. Having spent my career years dealing with “bad people who do bad things to other people”, I know too well how one’s health and fitness is a core element in being prepared and able to “deal” with life’s dark circumstances. Many programs like Tim’s had come along over the years; and I feel his is the first to get it right. Hence, his recommendations are credible. I’m 63 now, and my responsibilities are no less than they always have been. However, income is another matter – so formal, facility based training programs and equipment expenditures are out. With age, flexibility is just as critical as strength and intent. This program seems to offer a unique and effective approach to addressing these needs. Too many programs with similar claims really push the “hype” aspect – from the old “Charles ATlas 90lb weakling” days to current programs that promise to make you Seal or Green Beret – their focus in to pull in the “want-to-be” crowd who are looking for shortcut, simple ways to reach a pipe dream. The sample of the Tacfit program doesn’t seem to fall into this mold. It has a good basis as presented and there is good instruction on the details – hand position, movements, etc. that most others gloss over. So, it looks good to me, seems to fit in with my objectives, and I’d like to have a go at it.

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Chad February 8, 2010 at 9:15 am

As a law enforcement officer, I need THE edge! The criminals seem to get younger and younger while we “good guys” have to fight against the opposite. It’s my opinion LEO’s as well as Military should have access to the most advanced health and safety training systems available. One would think that all officers and our administrations would want the same, however this just isn’t the case. Because of this it’s up to individual officers to seek out their own training. The training must be efficient, functional, and applicable to our hectic lives. TACFIT appears to be the answer!

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Tony Milani February 8, 2010 at 9:16 am

I beieve Tacfit has come along right at the precise time of my life that i wanted to get into the functionally best shape of my life.Iam 49 years young and i need a program that will be effective and that i can do anywhere without excuses and equipment. Iam bursting with exuberance at the possibilities and benefits that this program is offering me.I can hardly wait to start and keep records of my progress .Thank you.

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Shawn Morrow February 8, 2010 at 9:16 am

TACFIT is a great opportunity for me to be able to reach my goals. I have lost 126 lbs up to this date. I weighed 304 pounds. I am looking for the ability to work out to gain flexibility and core strength to reach the level of fitness for myself and my martial arts. TACFIT will bring me the tools that I need that the gyms cannot provide. To top it off I have learn from a few great teachers and I enjoy learning from Scott Sonnon as well. Thank you!

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Greg February 8, 2010 at 9:17 am

TACTFIT Commando will be an absolutely perfect addition to my knowledge as a physical educator/coach and that of my students. I continually strive to learn new up to date protocols on strength training, conditioning, and flexibility that I can teach and apply myself. With this knowledge and physical preparedness the students lives will be that much more enriched and the curriculum. Providing each student with these learning experiences and knowledge will promote finess levels necessary for what life throws at them as citizens and or athletes.

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Craig Coletta February 8, 2010 at 9:17 am

The most important things in any fitness routine are the efficacy of the exercises AND the metaphor linking them. We train to become…something…something we define as good, desirable, and noble. For powerlifters, maybe it’s to be Conan. For the rest of us, it’s to have the functional fitness to respond to whatever life throws at us — what metaphor could be more compelling and needed today than the one in TACFIT Commando? I’m an ex-folklorist and current conflict mediator…I want to train like a commando to give me the personal confidence in my body to allow me to be unintimidated by the craziness of the people in conflict I work with so I can help them resolve their disputes.

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Simon Bailey February 8, 2010 at 9:18 am

TIME & SPACE is my reason why tacfit would be perfect for me, as i have very little of them due to work situations.
But tacfit drills are so intelligently deceptive (using biotensegrity to the max) they would help in both my reasons. i also have an hunger inside to prove to myself and others in my position that being forty, a dad and having to work shouldn’t extinguish the fire inside your heart to continue being pain free,physically mobile,and having a body that responds to your zest for life.

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Keith Whatley February 8, 2010 at 9:20 am

I’m a life long martial artist and have always been relatively fit.
However, I had 3 stents put in my heart 2 and half years ago. My cardiologist said that I must have been in good shape or I’d be dead. I had 3 major blocks in my heart all from genetic predisposition to high cholesterol, which is now all fixed happily.
The only way to keep myself alive from here out (I mean that literally) is to keep lean and take my cholesterol meds. Taking meds is easy; keeping lean, strong and injury free now that I’m pushing 40 isn’t so easy. TAC FIT offers all of those things in one neat workout program in a way others don’t (and I’ve tried a bunch of them). The functional fitness offered by Mr. Sonnon is second to none and exactly what someone like me needs.

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Steve McNamara February 8, 2010 at 9:21 am

I work as a physical therapist with young OEH/OIF combat veterans; many of whom are Marines. They have injuries ranging from traumatic brain injuries, low back pain, rotator cuff tears, amputations and assorted other neurologic and orthopedic problems. Obviously, they also are contending with combat stress (PTSD) and other mental health related conditions. I emphasize the importance of “getting back” to being “tactically fit” and how this alone will help them avoid the life span health problems encountered by our Vietnam veterans. Many of them express that they miss the conditioning and fitness “like missing a limb”. I am a devotee of all things RMAX and mix Flow Fit, Prasara and kettlebells (certified way back in 2003). I’ve introduced colleagues and patients to all of these. TacFit “fits” with what we are trying to do for veterans!

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Gary February 8, 2010 at 9:22 am

Why is TACTFIT Commando the perfect solution to my needs?

So far from simply doing the exercises just a few times, TACFIT Commando seems to meet my needs on many different levels. I’m forty three years old and I’m burnt out on many of the different types of exercise I have done over the years. There has been something lurking deep in my soul that has been looking for more. I wanted something to enhance athletic ability. To be able to move with finese and power. something to address all parts of me. Not just from a physical aspect, but mentally, emotionally, and spiritually as well.
Bored with the unsophisticated approaches that I was using, yet realizing the value of simplicity, I was not able to create the perfect combination of both simplicity and sophisication. TACFIT is meeting those needs. I really love the minialmalist approach to exercise and TACFIT meets this need. I have become fascinated with elastic energy. Something I never thought of before. All I need is the weight of my body and some space in order to get a great workout
Obviously, TACFIT makes me breath hard, makes my heart pound, and makes me sweat in minutes. However, what I have discovered is that it also allows me to deal with my inner obstiacles as well. After finishing my workout the other day, I felt wonderfull, it changed my reality. How I feel after a workout is another important ingredient for me. I loved the feeling I have for TACFIT Commando. I feel alive!

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Steve February 8, 2010 at 9:23 am

“Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution for my fitness needs?”

As a law enforcement officer, I’m getting ready to try out for our Tactical Response Team. I want to excel as a TRT operator, and FUNCTIONAL physical fitness is a huge part of that. Traditional gym workouts don’t mimic the movements and tasks an operator will need in a life or death situation, never mind the mental training and conditioning. I also travel as a LE instructor, and find hotel “gyms” lacking, and TACFIT Commando would be perfect for when I travel.

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Mike February 8, 2010 at 9:26 am

TACFIT is the perfect solution because of the mobility and strength it builds. Movement is life and my fitness goal is to move as best as I can. TACFIT certainly embodies this.

TACFIT is the next step in the evolution of modern-day fitness. We have the perfect tool – our body – and it should be our goal to perfect it; primarily in function (form will follow).

I absolutely love the idea of being in the best shape of my life and being able to use that strength and mobility anywhere, anytime. It’s beautiful strength at its finest.

Thank you for TACFIT.

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Jim February 8, 2010 at 9:27 am

I have no idea as to why tacfit would be perfect for me other than what you are saying. Being from Missouri, you must show me before I can agree or disagree. Is it possible that Captain Chris’s program is better? See. I simply do not know. However, if you cede me one of the absolutely free deals, and after careful perusal, I will be in better position to tell why it is good for me or not.

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Mike February 8, 2010 at 9:28 am

I’m just an average guy who goes to gym, training with weights, using conventional exercises. I like the idea of a portable system, that does not require special equipment. There are many, many systems out there, promoting themselves as the ‘best’ and I’d like to try something new. Maybe this is it.
Cheers
mike

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Michael B. February 8, 2010 at 9:28 am

Top 5 Reasons Why TACFIT Commando Is the Perfect Solution to My Fitness Needs:

1) It addresses all aspects of becoming a physically high performance person – strength, endurance, flexibility, mobility and degrees of movement, cardiovascular health and optimization, metabolic system turbocharger, etc
2) Freedom and autonomy to any time, place or situation
3) Workouts can be both fun and effective, which will most importantly keep you motivated and DOING IT
4) Natural body movements that have no other choice but to give you your body’s *ideal* composition
5) RMAX has produced many great products in the past and this seems like an evolutionary product that is bound to be even better, your pièce de résistance

Thank you for the opportunity!

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Dominick February 8, 2010 at 9:29 am

TACFIT is a must for those 40 and over. Range of motion and movement atrophies and nature’s law of, “use it or lose it”, becomes dominant.

TACFIT is a detailed structured program of bodyweight routines that not only develops range of motion and power, which is strength in motion, but the demands of its cardio component greatly enhances your metabolism.

I ought to know, I’m 68 years old and 80 percent of my workouts are bodyweight exercises. I am anxiously waiting the release of TACFIT to further my goals.

Dominick Mattioni

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Daniel Voith February 8, 2010 at 9:32 am

Gentlemen,

I have to be completely honest from the start..I don’t know if the TACFIT program is right for me. I just know that all of the other programs aren’t. I was formerly a martial arts instructor and was always in excellent condition, and as a father I wanted to show my children by example the importance of fitness and readiness. Due to developing joint problems, repetitive exercises like jogging, pushups, etc. were leaving me with tendonitis, small stress fractures, etc. I’m hoping that TACFIT is THE workout program that will give me a hard workout, without the injuries that my aging body is prone to. Thank you for your time.

Dan Voith

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Edmund Meinhardt February 8, 2010 at 9:32 am

I’m 46 years old, diabetic and I’m recovering from a shoulder injury that has limited my range of motion. Working out consistently and with dedication is my best hope to regain lost function, control my weight and blood sugar and increase my longevity so I can be there for my loved ones. I need a workout I can take anywhere that will always challenge me and make me stronger while preserving and enhancing my mobility and agility. TACFIT Commando is the perfect solution — and the perfect challenge. I am not afraid.

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Russ February 8, 2010 at 9:32 am

I’m out of shape, overweight and lazy.
I probably won’t even use the program.
But it would look good on my shelf – beside all the other diet and fitness programs I have.

(Just kidding. Maybe I’m out of shape. I’m not real lazy, but now that my knees won’t let me play sports like I used to, I need a fitness program that’s friendly to an aging body and allows me to return to the fitness levels I had only a couple years ago before I stopped playing competitive soccer.)

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Stephen Baca February 8, 2010 at 9:34 am

I just turned 60 this past December 30,’09 and love to train hard.
I have been a Type 1 Insulin Dependent Diabetic for 48 years and plan on being the first Type 1 Diabetic to live to be a centenarian (100 years old)!
I wrestled through high school and college and still train athletes/wrestlers who have all been extremely successful due to a lot of free/bodyweight exercises/workouts I put them through.
My athletes, my kids, my grandkids all tell me I don’t look like the typical grandfather.
I don’t only want to live a long, quality lifestyle but want to continue to look the part.
Tacfit will help me in this quest and will prove to those naysayers that living a lifestyle of health and fitness with hard work and devotion and a strong spiritual makeup is THE way.
“You don’t do the right thing some of the time. You do the right thing All of the time.” Vince Lombardi

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Mark Mason February 8, 2010 at 9:35 am

TACTFIT will fit nicely in assiting me in meeting one of my goals. For to long I have allowed life to dictate my direction. This year, have 1) define/refine my goals, 2) devevelop a srategy to acheive my goals, and 3) been taking meanngful daily action.

Goal one : Mental, physical, spiritual improvement and alignment.
Goal two: Strengthen family ties.
Goal three: Financial freedom/Live debt free.
Goal four: Give more back to the community.

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Tim February 8, 2010 at 9:37 am

Your program looks like the perfect way to put into practice everything I have studied and tried! It fits very well with karate, Russian systema, core performance and the peaceful warrior/everyday enlightment workouts. And now with videos and manuals to make it fun and easy to learn! Awesome !!

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Carol Reill February 8, 2010 at 9:39 am

Hi,

I am 65 years old. I started body building in my late 40’s, hired a trainer and was quite impressed with the outcome. I have worked out with weights all these years and there have been many times I’ve become injured, had to lay off, then back at it again. In watching your videos, I believe TACFIT is a program I can do for the reset of my life. I’ve been riding horses all my life and I want to keep riding them up into my 90’s, I think TACFIT will give me the core strength I need to do just that.

I was just told I have osteoporosis, however, I know I can turn it around by using your TACFIT exercises. I’m ready to take on your program and excel in it. Thanks for the opportunity to get a free TACFIT Commando Deluxe Edition. I will be a walking advertisement for you..

Carol

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Henry Hur February 8, 2010 at 9:40 am

“Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?”
For most of my life, I’ve trained in the martials arts under my father for many years. Even though, I don’t teach full time having a different full time job, martial arts and fitness have always been my passion for most of my life. I feel that TACFIT Commando will help me, my father’s students, and the students I teach and train with more about strength and mobility and functional training. I enjoy training with kettlebells and bodyweight exercises, but I feel this system will enhance my training even further and help my students as well. It’s all about giving back.

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Julio February 8, 2010 at 9:40 am

Scott:
I have recently discovered your most interesting training methods and feel those are not only great for me as a person looking to recover the strength i use to have some 30 years ago, but mainly to the young children at any school as they should be adopting quite a valuable routine series, as a daily need (as necessary as breakfast) particularly in this times when the obesity has invade us as a result of lack of physical activity.
Your program ought to be mandatory not only to Police and Special forces, but for every human being that NEED to be fit and healthy; that is, mostly for all of us.
Congratulations; your fitness proposal is something the world was expecting.

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Brian Bales February 8, 2010 at 9:42 am

My funds are very limited so I need training tools that are long on results and short on resources. Tacfit Commando seems like the embodyment of long on results and short on resources. I believe this program is the perfect training tool for me because it complements my own current training with programs like BER and Barefoot Running. I am currently training to become a certified CST Trainer and I plan to keep on working until I am a CST Coach and I would very much like to have TFC in my arsenal.

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Jim Nelms February 8, 2010 at 9:46 am

“Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?”

Hey Scott and Ryan,

I just turned 50 on Saturday, but people around me say I look and act like a fit 25 year old! This is due in large part to Matt Furey’s “Combat Conditioning” and “Gamma Fitness” programs that I have been doing 15 to 16 times a month coming up on 3 years next month. However, my desire is to get to looking, feeling, and performing more like when I was a 18 to 21 year old collegiate lacrosse athlete and I believe your TACFIT “Commando” is the ticket for moving me up to that next level!

Cheers,

Jim

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kevin jenkins February 8, 2010 at 9:47 am

Wow! a lot of fine folks have left some very compelling comments already, my reasons for wanting to win this package are probably rather mundane compared to many.
I am a 53 year old professional traveling musician who lives out of a suitcase 35 weeks of the year and believe me when i tell you, finding proper food and facilities to train in is a challenge to say the least!
I see this program as a way to alleviate a great deal of the stress involved in a lifestyle such as mine.
Now I realize that BER or BBFFL would wotk wonderfully well for someone in my situation, and those programs are demanding in their own way.
I am drawn to the challenge of TAC-FIT Commando because, at my age ,my own expectations of what I can and cannot do need to be reassessed.
I simply want more from myself, to dig deeper, look further inward and push harder outwardly.
I believe Tac-fit Commando will help me do that and more!

I know this program will be a huge success, the number of responses to this contest proves that.
I just want to thank you Coach Sonnon and Coach Murdoch for sharing your passion and expertise with the rest of us.

The very best of luck to you gentlemen!

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Tshombe February 8, 2010 at 9:47 am

I have admired Scott for years. He is truly inspirational.

As I begin my 40th year, I committed that by the time I actually turned 40, I would be in the best shape (and health!) of my life. I have already begun that journey through conscious eating and exercise.

Encountering this new program appears to come on my radar at just the right time when I made a specific commitment to myself. I not only want to be a role model for others — especially to support and help my own family, who struggles with various health challenges — but I also want to be one of Scott’s new success stories.

For these compelling reasons, I would be honored to win one of the Tacfit Commando prizes you are gifting! Thank you for the opportunity :-)

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PHIL February 8, 2010 at 9:49 am

WITH A YOUNG CHILD AND ANOTHER ON THE WAY I NEED AN EFFECTIVE PROGRAM THAT CAN BE DONE AT HOME WITH NO EQUIPMENT. ALSO AS A NEW YORK CITY FIRE FIGHTER I WOULD LIKE A PROGRAM I CAN GET THE MEMBERS TO USE THAT DOESN’T INVOLVE BENCHING AND CURLS. I WOULD LIKE TO SEE FDNY MEMBERS PHASE OUT THE BODY BUILDING MOVEMENTS AND USE TACFIT TRAINING BECAUSE I FEEL IT WOULD HELP REDUCE INJURIES SUSTAINED ON THE FIRE FLOOR BY BEING BETTER CONDITIONED WITH INCREASED FLEXIBILITY. I HAVE SEVERAL OF COACH SONNONS PROGRAMS AND AM CONFIDENT THAT THIS WOULD BE PERFECT FOR MYSELF AND THE FIREHOUSE.

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Will Weeks February 8, 2010 at 9:51 am

Well, gee, at 70 years of age I have no plan to enter the Special Forces so what would this program have for me? Is it because I like the idea of doing something call the Speznaz get-up, or some of the other excercises I have never seen anywhere else? Or is it the boredom I feel when I go for yet another set of benchpresses. Lots of guys can push a lot of weight, but can they do a decent Scorpion? Or would they be afraid to even try? I like doing things that make other people wonder how I do it, or if they could do it themselves. Why do yet another pushup when you can do a Plyo-Screwup instead? “Standard” calesthenics are so boring and square. I have several other products from Scott Sonnon and like and trust him. At last, an excercise regime for intelligent people!

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Kevin Defro February 8, 2010 at 9:51 am

TACFIT Commando is the perfect solution for not only my fitness needs but for the fitness needs of all because it is designed with the intention of cultivating fluid movement, strength, flexibility, endurance and a link between the muscular and nervous system utilizing one’s bodyweight. Effective, functional movement is trained in a way that no expensive machine in a gym with a costly gym membership could ever duplicate; however, I can only imagine that for those who still like the gym and gym culture, TACFIT would only enhance everything else you do— your bench press, lunge, rotation patterns, etc.

Aside from its effectiveness in freeing man from his sedentary lifestyle and limited range of motion, TACFIT will build the mental discipline and tenacity and perseverance of a Commando!! It is this mental discipline one will develop from following and dedicating oneself to the program that will yield a huge return on one’s time investment as both the mind and body return to and engage efficiency in movement and connectedness to the body.

Humankind was designed to move…not to sit behind a desk for long periods of time and, as a result, develop poor posture, restricted range of motion, and muscle atrophy. I can clearly see TACFIT Commando as being the “missing link” to restoring functional movement while making one mentally and physically stronger. The beauty of this program is that it can be done ANYWHERE, ANYTIME..no gym membership needed.

If you want to become a Warrior, you have to train like a Warrior. TACFIT is the tool to do just that!!

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Robert Vogel February 8, 2010 at 9:51 am

I watched the Tacfit videos last night. I can’t wait to learn more and integrate it into the CST work that I do. I will be attending CST instructor course in March. CST and Tacfit are going to be my sole modes of exercise. I used to be an aerobic junky and have found the err in my ways and the solution. Thanks!!

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Richard Manchur February 8, 2010 at 9:52 am

I am pressed for time and always look for efficient training programs. I was a training generalist, cocktailing in different modalities. Last year I discovered CST and started my journey to be a serial specialist and move up the THP with my goal to be a CST Head Coach. I have been improving my FlowFit, Intu-Flow, Prasara, and Clubbell techniques. The Commando TacFit program will help to round out my CST experience. Not only will it help in preparation to take the CST certification in 2011, but more importantly for what life throws at me.
Crushing it!
Richard

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Devon H. February 8, 2010 at 9:53 am

As a healing arts practitioner and martial artist I deeply appreciate TACFIT’s ability to build great strength, speed and endurance without compromising flexibility and the deep sense of relaxation one ought to retain to live, and enjoy, a long health life.

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Paul Spielman February 8, 2010 at 9:54 am

I am enjoying the club-bells and passed the beginner intu-flow DVD along to my 92 yr. old mother. I think it would help keep her joints flexible. She walks regularly and is in pretty good shape considering, so I hope she finds it helpful. I am 60 myself, and don’t intend to become a commando, or warrior, or anything-special forces, but I like to look and feel good. Thanks for the great products! Paul Spielman

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alberto manzano February 8, 2010 at 9:54 am

Hallo everyone

I would like to win the program to put it in practice,
and spread the knowledge everywhere.

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jmf February 8, 2010 at 9:54 am

This summer our oldest leaves for the service and our sixth child will be born. Our house is busy from dawn to dusk. We make time to get stronger with kettlebells, clubbells, and bodyweight training. Do we really need another training program?
Can we take our workouts from ninety minutes a day to twenty?
Increase explosive strength and lean body mass?
Do it in a fun, challenging way that demands improvement?
We don’t need another training program–we need TACTFIT.

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Cesar February 8, 2010 at 9:56 am

Tacfit Commando looks like the best training approach that can be applied across the board to athletes of all levels. It takes little space and no equipment. I can easily apply it to my own training at a momment’s notice and to the numerous young men I work with in underfunded and ill-equipted public schools in the inner city. The conditioning looks higly applicable to the athletic field as well as building mental toughness for real life.

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Nick Merolesi February 8, 2010 at 9:59 am

For a 67 year young guy who has taken charge of his health care, and came back from a trip through
a few years of sickness, I am now able to outwork even 25 year old people.
I train every day not, and just love it.
I have trained in martial arts for a good portion of my life, and the discipline has never left me,
I love the free exercises and practiced them, I feel I can still master them, then teach them to
people who will step up to the plate and be instrumental in taking back our nation’s freedoms from all enemies that are now attempting to hijack our great nation. Communism must not win.
Last year i successfully completed a wild plant intensive course with Marty Simon. To me, Marty is the
ultimate warrior and best survival teacher in the world.
Those sick years put me on the medicaid and medicare system, and like a cat looking into a sea food store
window, I am certain that I will not be able to afford the payments for this ultimate package.
I am not crying in my beer, it’s just fact, as I told Tim Larkin and Dr.Piazza about their programs.
Thank you for offering a chance to win. Somebody has to win, why not me?
This course will never be wasted on me, I will master it and teach it to very needy people.

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Ranger February 8, 2010 at 10:00 am

I would love to get the program. As a retired Air Force Ranger I now work with local law enforcement to get them in condition to protect, serve, and survive. Your free gift to me would help many in this rural area fighting against the “meth” invasion. Tango Mike

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Rich February 8, 2010 at 10:01 am

After 38 years of military and police work, I’ve been through a lot of fitness programs and I’m quite familiar with the importance of possessing the ability to go from complete boredom to all out physical exertion within a matter of seconds. The TacFit Commando program looks to provide me with the most effective means to get myself back into peak physical shape, to give me the explosive fitness to have at my disposal when I need it most and the flexibility and conditioning to prevent an incapacitating injury. All of this in a program that can be used anywhere, at anytime, with only my bodyweight and gravity.

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Alex February 8, 2010 at 10:01 am

This will compliment my mixed martial art training and help build my strength and reflexes.

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Derek BUTLER February 8, 2010 at 10:02 am

HI MR. SONNON
Well to start off…I”M SO EXCITED ABOUT TRYING THIS PROGRM!
I am 42 years old and LITERALLY spent THOUSANDS of dollars on programs year after year that did not give me the results it promised
I really feel as i get older I really feel the need to be in better shape…..I’m not looking to be a giant bodybuilder, I just want to have better moblity ,have functional strength and look better also
And I LOVE the fact it does not take alot of space or equipment……so rain or shine…..I can do it ANYWHERE!

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Sam February 8, 2010 at 10:02 am

As a father of three young girls – keeping up with their activities and finding time has made staying in shape even more difficult.

Your free program has already kicked my a__ – can’t wait for the full pack and would love to become an evangelist for your program as I’m sure will be the result.

Thanks for everything.
Sam

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Guilherme Eduardo Stamato February 8, 2010 at 10:02 am

Nothing like that in South America. That’ll make simple to develop in a perfect way to teach my students from martial arts to private protection. No bullshit equipment needed. Can be done in very little space, so no excuses to relax when not at home…Amazing… Hope to have that in Brasil!!!!!!!

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Jack Coble February 8, 2010 at 10:02 am

Scott, today Monday Feb. 8 I was Released from a Back brace I have worn since May 1, 2009 after a motorcycle accident.. I am going to therapy 2 days a week for the next 6 weeks.. I need a system like this to get back in shape.. This has been the worst time in me life but the Lord willing I will come back I spent my 52 Birthday in the hospital I will be back in fighting shape on my 53 Birthday.. Thanks, Jack C

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COL LARRY SHELBY February 8, 2010 at 10:04 am

I joined TFT & realize I need conditioning!

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Michael February 8, 2010 at 10:04 am

I am 50 years old and am going on 21 years in law enforcement. In my current position I sit all day and work on a computer. On the occasion that I get to leave the office I do escorts to foreign countries, which means sitting for three or four days straight. The more I go to the gym the more I notice my lack of mobility and flexibility. Straight strength training is not addressing those issues. TACFIT would allow me to corrrect many of the issues caused by sedentary law enforcement and I take it with me on my ipod.

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Phyllis Mar February 8, 2010 at 10:05 am

I absolutely need this course. I have five very young nieces that I want to see grow up to adulthood. TACFIT focuses on the ability to do like nothing else I’ve seen.

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Tim February 8, 2010 at 10:05 am

I’m a 55 year old weight lifter who is looking to transition away from the weights due to impact on joints. I’ve started incorporating body weight exercices into my workout, but this program looks better than anything I have found on the internet. I’m actually a bit intimidated by some of the exercises, but I want to challenge myself and really want to gain a new level of functional strength.

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Marta Wasko February 8, 2010 at 10:05 am

I have been on a quest for perfect program for a while. Couple months ago I came across BER and I have been following that program. I really love it. I have been making great progress with it, but I also have been following Ryan’s and Adam’s blog, and I absolutely love everything they have presented. When I’ve received an email about the TACFIT, I could not wait to get more information. I am familiar with Scott’s work too. I have watched all his videos on Youtube and I own some of his DVDs and books. I think his work is incredible and it produces incredible results transforming mind and body to a higher level of performance. I practice martial art and I have a second degree black belt in Hapkido, so I know that TACFIT will take my performance to the next level and it will transform my mind and body. I absolutely need TACFIT program to achieve my personal goals.

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Leslie February 8, 2010 at 10:06 am

I train regularly at home with limited equipment, space, and time. I tried the free workout and was impressed, TACFIT program is functional and can push me to the next level in my fitness. The TACFIT training methods would fit with my busy lifestyle and enhance my physical an emotional well-being.

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Felicia Latoya Brown February 8, 2010 at 10:13 am

I met Scott in 1997 when we worked on production at Eastern University. Since then, I’ve seen his work grow. I trust his judgment in the conditioning of the body as a whole by using natural means. I am moving to Eastern Europe and starting the research for an epic screenplay that calls for a highly sculpted cast of Americans and Europeans to perform. I won’t get into the storyline online because it’s still in the works, but TACFIT sounds perfect for the training needed. This gives me the chance to try it before asking others to do the same.

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Marc February 8, 2010 at 10:13 am

After 2 x ironman and 1 x double ironman i’m ready for something new. Long training sessions just don’t fit with the birth of our daughter in December. I need something effective that I can do in the morning, and still keep the family happy, Ironman training was all about me, and now i need something for her. I need real world training; I need Tacfit Commando.

Thanks for listening.

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Tom Reizoff February 8, 2010 at 10:14 am

Tacfit is the program I have been looking for. As a paramedic I require a high level of operational fitness I may need to call on at a moment’s notice. Imagine extricating a 300 pound man in cardiac arrest wedged between the tub and the toilet. Or carrying down a pregnant woman in your arms down a four storey walkup because your equipment doesn’t fit and you get the idea. I also need to keep up with my kids. I have a 2 year old and another one due in one week. I turned 47 last month and want to be sure I stay active with my kids as they grow up and be the best role model that I can be. Wtih Tacfit I will be prepared to do all these things and stay injury free as well.

Regards,

Tom Reizoff

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Angie M. Tarighi February 8, 2010 at 10:14 am

I am a women’s self-defense instructor at Women’s Self-Defense Institute and we utilize Scott’s bodyweight exercises for our women. TACTFIT would be the perfect compliment to our Amazon Warrior Workout progam as it provides functional bodyweight movements improving strength, flexibility and mental/physical endurance. For women who hate to “look like men” when it comes to strength training, this is the perfect program to provide them with functional strength that will greatly benefit their self-defense training and significantly improve their self-esteem.

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Ernest February 8, 2010 at 10:15 am

For thirty years I did exactly what you said. Over trained, didn’t recover, and was racked with pain and injury, which was counter productive. Looking for a better way to get fit and stay in tacfit shape. I just wish I had been turned on to this program sooner. The other problem was that when out on assignment I would try too improvise with jugs of water, even used a 55 gallon drums for a punching bag. This system appears to give you real world strength in a dynamic way that translates to surviving real world situations. Can’t wait to lean more.

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Michael February 8, 2010 at 10:16 am

Hello. First of all, Thank You for this opportunity. For the last 14 months I have been training 5 – 6 days a week trying to get back into the shape i was 6 yrs ago. I had gained close to 50lbs over those yrs. Disgusted with myself I knew I had to make drastic changes. I started training with programs like p90X which I think is a great program but I ended up with multiple injuries which have stopped my forward progress. I am currently studying 5 different martial arts including Bruce Lee’s JKD. I have 30 lbs to go still and I think this is the perfect program for helping me to lose the weight and for becoming a better martial artist. Perfect because you can do it anywhere and you don’t need anything but desire and determination. I’m really looking forward to reaching my maximum potential and being pain and injury free.

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Aaron Verive February 8, 2010 at 10:17 am

This is simple, its what I need. I’m 18 and have never been overweight and have always been pretty active. I love staying in shape but only do so with bodyweight exercises. Why? I love the freedom of being able to be in great shape no matter where I’m at. I want to take my fitness to the next level. I want to still have the ability to move like I do now when I’m 150. I hope to insipre others to great shape and mobility. Soon I will be a Mormon missionary and on my mission. I still want to stay in shape while traveling and being able to keep strong that I might be ready to serve others. I want to be strong to be useful. That’s where TACFIT comes in as factor X.

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Steven February 8, 2010 at 10:17 am

I was in the military for almost 9 years and now I do security as my main job. I’m also involved in martial arts and self defense. I stay moderately fit, but I always felt that something was missing. I believe that TACFIT is that something. It will allow me to train efficiently during my hectic schedule, and to maximize my combat readiness in the event I must defend my self or loved ones and to react accordingly at work.

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Tony Rathstone February 8, 2010 at 10:20 am

At some point in everything you do as well as during your workout you have to decide if you have one more rep, one more step, one more whatever….. Tactfit’s philosophy seems to be be train the spirit, train your heart, that immeasurable quality that always seems to be the the difference that allows David to beat Goliath. This program form me is about a lifestyle ….. a physical workout that teaches the body what the spirit already knows. Let’s have some fun…release the program ;-)

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Schon Michael February 8, 2010 at 10:22 am

If you Love your Self ,IF ya want To Survive (Street , Jungle or Any where) TACFIT is THE best .Thank you Master- Tim Larkin,

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Bob Malone February 8, 2010 at 10:23 am

Hi Scott and Ryan,

Coach Sonnon, thanks for taking the time to answer our questions on the live web show recently. I am 43 and a father of a 1 year old boy. I am a full time firefighter in an urban area and was recently diagnosed with type II diabetes. I am looking forward to using this program because it will allow me to get back in control of my health despite not being able make it to the gym. I need to be healthy for my family and to perform my job. I’m already working my intu-flow movements into playing on the floor with my son. It’s refreshing to listen to someone who can separate “sport” from survival. A real inspiration. Thanks for being on the cutting edge (or did you bring us back to our primordial roots)?

Thank you. Keep it going!
Bob

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Loni February 8, 2010 at 10:23 am

I have had so much fun kicking my own ass with the workout that TACFIT had for download, that I am ready to challenge myself further. I stongly feel that most women limit them selves when it comes to fitness and I refuse to be a slave to such rediculous, space hogging caridio machines!
Of course I want to be physically fit, healthy, and feel great about myself, But I want use the best training possible to have better coordination, balance, speed and funtional strength to hopefully be eligible to compete in American Ninja Warrior.

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Marc Ouimet February 8, 2010 at 10:25 am

Hey guys,

Working three jobs and often being outside or wordking at home, Tactfit really fit into my schedule and also fits my needs on the physical level. I’ve been practicing martial arts for a while and such a program really gives you the tools for high stamina, quick recovery and, moreover, power to fight… Listen, I really would like to get a hold on a deluxe edition, in fact I might just buy one of I don’t win… Cheers!

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Michael February 8, 2010 at 10:26 am

As a child I was overweight , and not very strong. There is a strong history of heart disease in my family, and many family members have had-and still have issues with weight. I have lifted weights and done martial arts in an effort to ensure that the family plague does not affect me. While lifting weights definitely helps, I am still not as healthy as I could be. It looks like tacfit with its included diet regimen and hardcore bodyweight exercises may just be what I have been searching for all of these years.

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Daryl G. Grass February 8, 2010 at 10:28 am

Being a 52 year old personal trainer, I am always looking for programs that work and can incorporate into my arsenal of training techniques TACFIT would be perfect, not only for my clients, but also for my own training to keep me in excellent shape. My motto is that if I can’t do it , I don’t expect my clients to. Now that I also am strength coach for a high school wrestling team, I can really turn my grapplers into beasts on the mats with TACFIT’s assistance..They’ll cus me during and after practice, then love me when their hand is raised after their matches.

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darius sohei February 8, 2010 at 10:28 am

so, does this tacfit program primarily train the CNS? i’ve been looking for programs that (Re) train the internal system that runs the whole show to deal with issues like chronic fatigue. is this what you have put together? (if so, i’m very interested!)
thanks

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Greg February 8, 2010 at 10:29 am

I’m an Army senior officer with both shoulders repaired and both hips replaced, soon to deploy to Afghanistan, moving between multiple locations. I see in TACFIT the capability to maintain and advance my fitness with no facilities or equipment, variable and limited time available, and to return in better overall condition than I’ve ever achieved.

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Steve Quan February 8, 2010 at 10:30 am

Well, I’m one of those 55 year olds who spent quite some time training/competing (recreationally), and now it seems that I’m all “busted up” and looking for an easier way to train/stay in shape. Really, to be motivated again. This is what happened (inspired by Scott’s last call on TacFit). This looks like the “push” I’ve been waiting for..

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mike horan February 8, 2010 at 10:30 am

“Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to my fitness needs?”
Scott and Ryan,
I will be 48 in a few months. Four years ago my son, Tristan, was born. Two years later his sister, Tallulah, arrived. My day job before averaged 12-14 hour days, and wasn’t really conducive to my being present as a dad. I decided to: get a job working nights(less hours), take care of my kids during the day, and attend school fulltime online. I’m busy from the time I get up early in the morning until I get home at night, juggling kids, work, and squeezing school work in the early morning/naptime/late night after work moments that the kids are asleep. I need to keep and stay fit and healthy for my kids and myself and I need a program that I can access anytime, anywhere. In addition, with the economy the way it is, money is always a consideration so I need a program that will save me money in the long run. I have downloaded the free workout, and if it is any indication of what the deluxe package offers, I think TACFIT will help me achieve all my goals! Very impressive stuff!
Sincerely,
Mike

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COL LARRY SHELBY February 8, 2010 at 10:31 am

PLEASE!

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Lynne February 8, 2010 at 10:31 am

while you may think i am an unlikely candidate, 60 year old woman, to be inspired, motivated, or capable of following through with your awesome, physically challenging program, let me assure you that when i find something i align with there is no stopping me. the fact i am a 60 year old woman is exactly why TACFIT would be especially beneficial to me and would inspire all my baby boomer cohorts. i have been doing your prasara flow dvd’s and youtube videos, i find them strong, flowing, dynamic, whole and functional like no other.
thanks for the op,
lynne

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donald costa February 8, 2010 at 10:33 am

i hav been trying to get myself back into exercising after my stroke at the end of march 09 i am just starting to use my kettlebells again.

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Mark Fetters February 8, 2010 at 10:34 am

The world is full of excercise routines, exotic gizmos that guarantee transformation; and a long list of self-professed gurus. Unfortunately most of it is a bunch of hype and junk science. I don’t want a program that is limited to someone elses time and locale(the local Gym). I want a no nonsense do anywhere any time program that consistantly works year after year whenever and where ever my life’s mission takes me. This is that program.

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Will Fairweather February 8, 2010 at 10:38 am

I have recently got into CST and clubbell training. I live in the UK and my trainers are Michael Addison and Ginella Doble. I have some injuries from other sports and find this training much more suited too my needs. I have been weight lifting for around 2-3 years, even though I have not been doing CST very long, I can feel the benefits already, in joint mobility, energy and I feel much stronger in my core. I can say that CST and clubbells have changed the way I now train, and the way I will train in the future.CST is now part of my life. I love the whole system of training, I wish I discovered CST years ago! I now look forward to learning as much as I can, and trying TACFIT, which should be happening soon here. I’m really excited about TACFIT and cant wait to get stuck into that!

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Joanne Butler February 8, 2010 at 10:39 am

I’m probably not the typical TacFit Commando user. I’m a 42yo mum of 5 young children who apart from my family, lives and breaths fitness and health. From half ironman triathlons to strength, bootcamps, yoga, pilates, KBs and anything else I can get my hands on. I recently started to pass on my love of fitness in the form or Bootcamps 7 times per week.
This leaves me with little time away from my family to spend on my own fitness. Having to train in the living room or back porch on most occasions makes this tough, training program perfect for me and the lack of equipment I deal with when trying to find time to push myself to the limits in the way I push my clients. I’m looking for something new, exciting and most of all challenging that doesn’t take all day to get results.
Please consider me for one of your programs.

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Bob Tracey February 8, 2010 at 10:42 am

Thirty years ago I probably would have been more interested in, as Adam put it, curls for ‘girls.’ After I started training in aikido, about 25 years ago, I realized that an exercise protocol that engineered my body for the demands of martial art training was the only way to stay in the game. Alas, most of my training was hit and miss and before the internet it was near impossible for me to track down physical training methods that are effective, applicable, and interesting. The short TACFIT Commando videos that I have viewed have definitely whet my appetite.

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David B. Pasquarelli February 8, 2010 at 10:42 am

I feel that the Tacfit Commando program is a perfect training program for me for a number of reasons. First, I have been a body weight exercise advocate eversince finding, buying and using Conbat Conditioning by Matt Furey years ago and more recently Mark Hatmaker’s Gladiator conditioning and while I find those resources and exercises valuable they can not compare to what I found in just the basic Tacfit program. Secondly, I am a mixed martial arts (Brazilian Jiu Jutsu, Muay Thai, and Karate) practitioner and fighter, competeing in both MMA and BJJ tournaments and I find the Tacfit program a kick-ass addition to my personal training program. Lastly, I am also an MMA teacher and coach and I believe that the Tacfit commando program will help me to transform the conditioning component of my classes and vastly improve the fitness level of my burgeoning fighters. Also, as someone who likes to travel fairly often, I think that the portability of the program is awesome so please set me up with the free advenced program.
Thank you,
David Pasquarelli

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John February 8, 2010 at 10:44 am

As a “newbie” to fitness at the late age of 52, I’ve taken a personal fitness trainer course, and learned enough to make some much needed improvements to my body. I’d like to take it to the next phase and prove that “old dogs, with old bodies” can learn new tricks. I turned a couch potatoe into a decent athlete. I want to see if we can take a decent athlete and make a mission ready commando. It’s selfish, I know, but if you don’t ask, you don’t get!

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Jim February 8, 2010 at 10:44 am

Hi Sirs,

You have peaked my interest because of three things. One, instructions are clear, concise, & the why it should be done in this manner, with video is very good for folks like me.
Two, I travel a lot, and areas where carrying extra gear is not an option, and financially not a good idea. So using effective targeted exercise will benefit me without extra equipment.
Three, I am 51 and really not in good shape. Most of these I am pretty sure I can do (not the most flexible person you would think of) and while tiring I don’t think it will injure me. So that said, and knowing it is well worth my time.
It seems you have put together a very good package and I wish you well with it.
Oh, fourthly, I do travel in ministry and certainly do know others that could benefit from an example of being in shape. Many of us aren’t at all.

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anne walker February 8, 2010 at 10:44 am

I am a personal trainer to an Independent School District in my town. My teachers pay to spend their valuable time after school to come to me for an education on wellness and fitness. I teach them that it isn’t all about going to the gym. Core strength is where it begins!! I would love to not only practice and preach this statement, but become a Guru about it. Your program is awesome and has the layers of an onion! I would also like to be able to report from inside on this system for a project I will be working on in the not so distant future!

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Jorge Velasco February 8, 2010 at 10:44 am

Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?”
You know, any kind of exercise that use your own bodyweight is more exciting to do. You do not need to spend hours in the gym to make your workout but the best thing is that the exercises the TACFIT Commando show us, we can make it anywhere and anytime.

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Eloy February 8, 2010 at 10:44 am

“Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?”
Generally speaking, any soul which posseses the heart of a warrior needs only a slight nudge to adopt training that would be helpful to their field of study or work. In this case, that nudge is being provided by the advice of Tim Larkin as well as the implementation of the program by various notable agencies.
The structure of this program is, in general, reference (handbook), demonstration (live or video), and participation. With the additional support of ongoing commentary and training with updated material we have a strategy to be considered. I look forward to implementing this tool.

Thanks

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John Paul Tan February 8, 2010 at 10:46 am

Dear Mr. Sonnon,

I am about to graduate from college this April. Recently, I’ve been doing a lot of reflections on where I want to head in life now. That is when I decided to try out later this year for JTF 2. JTF 2 is Canada’s elite special forces. I am currently in the army reserves and I have seen old dated PT programs. I’ve also tried Crossfit which only ended in severe DOMS for me. I am scared because I might not get into the unit due to poor training. TACFIT is perfect for me because it has been tested on special forces. I believe that TACFIT will allow me to successfully get into JTF 2 and excel as a special forces operator. One of the achievements I want to have is to be the best soldier I can be and TACFIT is the tool I need to combine with hard work in order to be successful.

After reading a lot of other entries to this contest, I realize Mr. Sonnon that you will have a hard time picking the winner. So many people deserve the prize more than me. It is amazing to see how others plan to use TACFIT for the benefit of not just themselves but for the greater good of many. Good luck on your choosing.

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Jesse Smallwood February 8, 2010 at 10:47 am

I am preparing for Army boot camp with the intention of dropping a packet for Special Forces Assessment and Selection (SFAS) as soon as I complete basic training and AIT. I have been training largely with kettlebells and dynamic joint mobility, as well as basic calisthenics and running. There has been something missing from my training, and I found what that something is in Tacfit Commando. I drive over the road for a living (until I ship) and that can make it difficult to stay in peak shape for a variety of reasons.

I have driven myself crazy trying to find a system that provides peak neurological conditioning and maximum mobility in three dimensions, requires minimal equipment (none in this case), time to get the maximum benefit, and can be accomplished anywhere. Tacfit Commando is the answer that I have been searching for and then some.

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Nathan Donahue February 8, 2010 at 10:50 am

“Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?”
It will teach you how to safely train anytime and anywhere without the need of bulky or expensive equipment and allow you to efficiently achieve your fitness goals!

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Austin Jahner February 8, 2010 at 10:50 am

As a performer I need to be at my absolute peak. To sing, play guitar, and rock the stage takes heightened awareness, an intense level of stamina, and an ability to stay focused and comfortable while exerting myself intensely. I also need results fast. I need workouts that give the absolute highest benefit in the least amount of time. I have greatly enjoyed your past releases, and so far I am thrilled with the preview video and workouts I’ve seen. I’m excited to launch into TACFIT Commando, and I hope it’s everything it appears to be!

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Clement February 8, 2010 at 10:50 am

I am a amateur dancer doing both hip hop and contemporary. Often I found that the exercises/ body conditioning for dance are not wholesome enough and too simplistic at times. Hence I started to explore other conditioning and found that the TACFIT commando workout rocks my shoes as it trained my body to be more agile which I think is very important for a dancer to execute dance steps in fluid at the same time with strength and tension. I wish to somehow include TACFIT exercise into my dance conditioning as some of the exercises could strengthen my body strength and bring new excitement into the dance in either contemporary or hip hop.

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Petra (aka BritGrl) February 8, 2010 at 10:51 am

Clearly cardio and pink dumbells are not giving me the desired effect. I need something hardcore to once and for all blast off the fat and kick me into fighting shape! After 8.5 years, I lost my job last week – maybe this can replace my gym membership. Thanks!

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khaliefa February 8, 2010 at 10:53 am

hi there.i find this program very usefull because the exercises are intens.while not doing 20 exercises of all sorts.you do ‘just’ these 4 and experience a true total bodyworkout.the best of it still is that the body learns to work together hense getting a body that does what the mind thinks and i find that the most important thing.what can u do with big muscles when they cant follow the mind.useless!no thank u.the challenge that i have downloaded FREE!has left me waiting for more.i have a lot of respect for the whole rmax crew.to get a body with strength and that moves freely without limit,i have no other option than tacfit.i love it
khaliefa

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Mike February 8, 2010 at 10:53 am

TacFit Commando is time efficient do it anywhere results oriented functional complete body fitness & athletic training. The Workouts are challenging. I like the progressive sophistication of the movements.

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Steve Phillips February 8, 2010 at 10:53 am

I was made aware of this new program by Tim Larkin, whose TFT emails I receive regularly. I have taken Mr. Larkin’s TFT course and was highly impressed with it, so naturally I take an endorsement from him seriously. I also have great respect for Scott Sonnon. I practice the joint mobility exercises he teaches and also have bought clubbells from his website and as well as his DVD on clubbell exercises. Knowing that he is a physical trainer with great knowledge and teaching ability, I am naturally very interested in any new material he develops. Since my interest is in functional fitness and combat readiness, TACFIT is something I will definitely want to explore.

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Per Nyberg February 8, 2010 at 10:54 am

I am a police officer in Sweden. One and a half year ago I was going to try out for the SWAT-team where I live. I trained hard and was in good shape. But just a couple of weeks before the tryouts, I injured my back. The rehab took quite a while, but I´ve been back to full function for a good while now. I bought “Bodyeight Exercise Revolution” (BER) by Adam Steer and Ryan Murdock and it really helped me get back on track. I love bodyweight training and my goal is still to become a member of the SWAT-team. I WILL do it one way or the other. However, to have the information and knowledge that is included TACFIT commando would definitely help me on my way and I would be able to help spread the word about TACFIT among SWAT-members here in Sweden.

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Alan Shaddix February 8, 2010 at 10:55 am

I have battled with my physique my entire life. After years of ridicule throughout my teen years I discovered Karate and Mixed Martial Arts. It is true that I have lost most of weight at this point, but that does not change the fact that there is always room for improvement. Currently I am pursuing a career in American Style Kickboxing. However, I have not been able to finally get my body where it needs to be so I will be able to fight. Its a dream of mine to compete and my physique is holding me back. That is why TACFIT is the perfect solution to my fitness needs.

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Bryan Jackson February 8, 2010 at 10:58 am

I am a personal trainer and a Martlal artist of over 20 years. I also am a father of a 4 year old girl and a 8 month old son. Some of the beast training I ever had was with US special forces as well as elite military outside the US(I miss it). This program will hopefully keep me in shape to keep up with my kids,My wife, my job and my pation for fitness traiing and traditional Jiu jitsu.
Thank you

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carlos s February 8, 2010 at 10:58 am

Salutations,

I’m a writer living along the border of El Paso, Texas and Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. My subject matter leads me to venture into one of the most dangerous cities in the world, which racks up to 16 murders per day. Carjackings, kidnapping and robbery are mere additions to the list of possible scenarios. Being aware of my surroundings every second of every day is an obligation, and possessing a state of great physical preparedness is imperative. Being capable of leaping over a wall and bolting through several city blocks without rest can save your life.

I am interested in TACFIT because of its simplicity and portability, but most of all for its functionality. I need a routine that challenges my body to adapt to the unexpected with movements I will end up using in the field.

thank you

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Paul Perez February 8, 2010 at 10:59 am

There are only two states a human can be in: resourceful and un-resourceful. Preparedness – mental, emotional, physical determines whether a given encounter is a crisis or an opportunity. It falls on training. Poorly trained, and you have a crisis which is generally met with un-resourcefulness. Intelligently trained, and you have an opportunity to be resourceful. I am a longtime student of CST, and it has formed a foundation for the way I think about, plan and execute physical training. Nothing produces credibility like predictability. CST has been predictably credible. With as many challenges as we have in daily life, I am always looking for an edge. As an executive coach and corporate trainer raising two high-performing sons who wrestle in high school and junior high, I am always scanning the horizon for training methods and practices to ensure their continued injury-free performance and overall health. I will maximize the use of TACFIT if I’m awarded it, in my personal and professional life.

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Carl Smith February 8, 2010 at 11:00 am

Perfection in movement. Perfection in form. Perfection in style. TACFIT is a deadly ballet. The warrior cannot compromise, not on efficiency, or strength or power or toughness. TACFIT offers all of these. Not as just a workout but a programming. A software upgrade. Turning the average into the good and the above average into the elite. I walk a dangerous path everyday. I battle monsters that society cannot fathom. My armor should be upgraded and TACFIT is the upgrade it so desperately needs.

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Stephen Williams February 8, 2010 at 11:02 am

I used to tell my kids to take it easy on me…”’cause I’m a chubby balding older guy!” But now, going through CST, I just can’t say that anymore. I’ve become a lean mean bodyweight exercise machine. And now I want to make ‘em proud when I go commando….well….mostly commando……

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Adam Sorrells February 8, 2010 at 11:04 am

Tac Fit wins with an affordable, accessible, and effective fitness system for both the average person, as well as the real world warrior in the field.

The system is affordable in that it is much cheaper than paying monthly gym dues, for expensive personal trainers, and for any or the other expensive fitness routines out there.

It is accessible in that no special equipment is needed, and the exercises can be performed anywhere. Outside your home, inside a garage or apartment, anyplace where you can find a small amount of open space is the right spot for most of the tac fit commando workouts. This means the program is easy to use at home or on the road, where you may not have access to a gym.

The system is obviously effective in providing real world muscle, equipped to handle the rigors of combat, police and fire work, as well as for the private citizen that just wants to be in shape to handle the “what if” situation. The fact that the Tac Fit program provides ripped abs and lean muscle is a happy bi-product of the training.

Adam Sorrells

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C. Scott Davis February 8, 2010 at 11:06 am

I have a condition known as Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (C.R.e.P.S.). Basically, CRePS causes one’s nerves (body wide) to fire 24×7. My brain does not make the chemicals needed to turn off this firing so basically I’m “locked” into continuous “Fight or Flight mode” every second of the day. As a result, I’m in really lousy shape. I have to live with this condition but I’m not gonna let it whip me.
TACFIT Commando is the perfect solution to my fitness needs because I believe it capable of helping me with some slight modification.
Thank you,
C. Scott Davis

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Jon February 8, 2010 at 11:06 am

As a professional firefighter I need an exercise program that can prepare me for the rigors of the job without having to spend hours in the gym – and I don’t have the luxury of choosing when (or under what conditions) I’ll have to perform.

With TACFIT Commando I’ve found a comprehensive system that will help me go from ‘zero to sixty’ at a moments notice – rain or shine, icy cold or baking heat.

Thanks for a great program!

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Homer February 8, 2010 at 11:07 am

I’m a business traveler, a busy father of 3 and there are many times I wear multiple hats. With limited space, resources and time, TACFIT Commando offers me the ability to attain peak physical condition without having to spend thousands of dollars on bulky equipment or expensive and unsuccessful personal training.

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Jason Saner February 8, 2010 at 11:07 am

After being told by the doctor in 2005, that I shouldn’t train Jiujitsu anymore, no more backpacking and basically no more living life(due to a series of injuries and a genetic problem that was misdiagnosed as “General Anxiety Disorder”) and in fact that the only exercise I should get is walking. I spent the next couple of years in and out of doctors offices and getting out of shape . Finally in mid 2009 I found a doctor that listened to me and was given the go ahead to start doing what I loved(turns out yeah it was a heart disorder but hey I was 28 at the time and they don’t send 28 year olds to a cardiologist). The problem I face now is, I have a lot of catching up to do, and I don’t want to catch up, I want to win. I don’t want the ordinary, I want to be extraordinary The movement skills and fitness demonstrated in this program in this program look like they might get me there.

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Mark February 8, 2010 at 11:07 am

‘Strength?’ ‘Flexibilty?’ ‘Endurance?’ Haven’t we all worked on these isolated components of ‘fitness’ long enough? We’re here now, proof that past approaches failed. There simply is -no such thing- as these parts of fitness existing on their own: You’re only really strong, flexible, &/or enduring -at- something. If it’s -at- your performance on some piece of gym equipment, it ends there: Nowhere.

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Richard A. White February 8, 2010 at 11:13 am

Being the senior enlisted infantryman in a Marine rifle battalion, TACFIT Commando is the perfect solution for not only myself but the Marine’s under my charge. When forward deployed, Marine’s live in austere environments without the luxury of fitness centers. Always being in top physical condition is a requirement for any Marine and should be not relagated to mindless pushups in order to stay in shape for the fight. A program that allows a Marine to use his or her own bodyweight and can be completed in the same space he sleeps is just the type of program the fighting man needs. Truly designed for the man or woman that needs to be ready when others aren’t.

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Robert February 8, 2010 at 11:14 am

As an ex US Army Special Forces soldier, I have done CrossFit for about a year and need to ramp up the workout to get back into SF shape. TACFIT is the perfect next step workout for doing that.

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David Christensen February 8, 2010 at 11:14 am

I am a medically retired Gulf War era veteran recovering from injuries sustained in the line of duty. I’ve worked long and hard to regain muscle tone, motor control, and restore my fitness levels and ideal body weight/composition. I’ve tried every fitness program and piece of exercise equipment I could get my hands on. Despite their claims (and no shortage of effort on my part), I have not been able to achieve my goals or the level of fitness the programs promise. I love your no-nonsense, do-anywhere, no-equipment-required approach to body transformation. I am convinced your program is what I’ve been looking for to help me achieve my strength, flexibility, and endurance goals. I can’t wait to get started!

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Tom February 8, 2010 at 11:15 am

after being overweight for about 6 years I decided it was time to get in shape and eliminate the aches and pains I have in my body. I am doing some bodyweight stuff today and have lost about 20lbs. I am on my last 10 lbs or so but still want to have a ripped physique that you speak of. I want to use TACFIT to get me to my goal and then share my success with others. Thank you for pursuit of excellence.

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Lede Blevins February 8, 2010 at 11:16 am

As a fitness and martial arts enthusiast, I am always looking for the most innovative and efficient workout programs. If Tim Larkin recommends this system, it must be worth looking into. I am definitely interested in trying this product.

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Paul P February 8, 2010 at 11:16 am

I am a 45 year old former Army EOD Tech that still leads an active lifestyle. I have to stay in shape for my chosen activities but as we all know in these days of instant communications, busy business life and the endless amount of people that want some of your time, it requires a tight shcedule and good planning. I remember the days of ‘hurry up and wait’ in the military and that seems to be the problem in many gyms today. It makes it tough to get an intense, proper work out. I believe that TACFIT Commando is the perfect solution to my fitness needs as it allows me to get that intense, focused, time constrained workout in, within my busy daily schedule. Work Hard, Play Hard requires me to be very fit and the awesome TACFIT protocol lets me acheive that whether I am on the road, at my home or just to busy to ‘Hurry up and wait’ at the gym. Thanks for a great product…I can’t wait to train with the whole program. Paul P

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Dan Pugel February 8, 2010 at 11:19 am

I’m 52 yrs. old and damaged a disk doing military presses at age 17. I’ve had to stop some of the rigorous sports and recreation activities (like motocross) since that day. I married at 29 and seemed to experience a false pregnancy right along with my wife – 180 lbs. in 1987 and 270lbs. today! My discipline needs to change but I am very busy and can’t always make it to the gym. I believe TACFIT Commando is the perfect solution to my fitness needs for its convenience (just me, no gym), weight management, and strength/mobility potential. Goodbye stiff old man and 90lbs… Bring it on TACFIT!

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Timothy Stovall February 8, 2010 at 11:20 am

TACFIT is exactly what I need! I never thought that at 35 I would feel old and fat along with being out of shape. To tell the truth, after viewing this website, I’ve never been in shape. I used to buy into the idea of the “big, all show-no go muscles”, but not anymore. I now realize that I don’t just want this system; I need it! I’m tired of being winded walking fast or up a short flight of stairs. Who cares how much one can squat or bench, or for heaven’s sake, barbell curl? In the scheme of life, real events dictate a different type of training. These functional exercises will allow me to truly be in awesome shape and injury-proof my body.

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Scott Wruck February 8, 2010 at 11:20 am

50 yo and troubled with shoulder, neck and back pain for 30 years. Poor technique with years of free weights got me here and finally realize they are not going to get me out. Even became a chiropractor because of my troubles, however that was not the ultimate answer either. Found nutrition and functional medicine as two cornerstones but what was missing was the flexibility and strength component. Tried some other body weight and yoga routines but were disappointing until I met Scott and CST…. and have been impressed ever since. Just 3 months in but am going to WA in March for CST cerification.

I know this is just the start and the learning will be continuous….but awesome. Looking forward to bringing this in to my practice and revolutionizing it. TACFIT and the commando course will continue to be progression of my learning and instruction ability for me personally and to my community. FORWARD!!

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Brian Carnes February 8, 2010 at 11:23 am

Hello Scott,
Your videos are very exciting and informative. I’m currently working out doing Cross Fit, Kickboxing, and weightlifting. I’m getting good results with these programs. However, my workouts are several hours and I’m very sore afterward. Also I’m a single dad, so my time is very limited. I believe TACFIT will be a good fit for me. I believe it will save me time and money. I can even do the workouts at home with my daughter.
Brian

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Lauran February 8, 2010 at 11:23 am

Nine years ago I couldn’t do 5 jumping jacks. I’m 53, female and after traditional exercises I found the CST Bodyweight Glide routine in Dec of ‘09; they improved my core strength, heart strength and recovery incredibly (and I enjoy them)! I recently purchased BER and have begun that routine. I KNOW these systems are right for me, my body knows and responds to them. I’ve learned that my body carries the secrets of my life and I’d like to ask you to help me unlock them further and reclaim my full potential with TACFIT. Thank you.

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Dennis Bergstrom February 8, 2010 at 11:25 am

My name´s Dennis, I´m 42 and travel quite a lot in Northern Europe in my job, I am actually writing this from a wireless connection in a hotel in Copenhagen. When I grew up I trained a lot of MA but back then I could abuse my body so much more, but getting older I am starting to feel the aftermath of the MA-training…I have a lot of MA-related injuries that healed, but still gives me trouble…my nose (three surgeries to be able to breathe properly again), my right wrist (the guy moved his head), one of my ribs (someone placed a very hard knee in my stomach), my left jaw joint (I got knocked down almost 10 years ago in a Kickboxing match and recently my doctor found a healed fracture on the jawbone, so I cracked my jaw without realizing this back then), one of my knuckles (don’t ask), my neck (damn Krav Maga).

I do mostly weightlifting nowadays to stay in decent shape since with all my old MA-injuries I cannot do MA anymore, but with all my traveling it is hard to follow a strict training regime. Most hotels have decent Margaritas in the bar, but a decent gym? Not so much, no.

TACFIT would be perfect knowledge to take with me on my travels. Decent Margaritas will still be ok, but I also could add some good training to that…

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Marek February 8, 2010 at 11:27 am

Why TACFIT? – because it answer all my needs…
It is the most universal and comprehensive exercise system for the focused and goal oriented individual.
It is designed to build you up physically and mentally.
It is elegantly simple and effective: once learned you can use it anywhere and any time – no need for any equipment or gadgets and if you fail to exercise regularly using TACFIT you simply have no excuse but your own weakness.
It combines power, flexibility, core strength, stamina, mental resilience and pure joy of using the human body the way it was designed to be used. And it is designed for the real life applications!
It is not for average sheeple – if you live the TACFIT way you live like a warrior: strong focused and prepared.

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Dennis Daly February 8, 2010 at 11:27 am

Here in Ireland we have the usual gyms,
But to be honest they bore me and allways have so I just dont bother.
flexability is the key ( just ask your pet Cat you dont see them lifting weights and running the roads causing damage to their ligaments and wearing down their joints. They know stretching is the key !)
I have trained with spetnaz and former KGB in the past but I had to travel to Russia and toronto to do so.
but I find with a young Family that is no longer an option.

TACFIT training is the buisness and can be done in the comfort of your own home and for me in between baby feeds ,
well done on videos lads ,

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Benoit February 8, 2010 at 11:29 am

Hi, just got back from Haiti where I have survived the earthquake, I need to get back on the saddle after all I have seen and done overthere. I lost 3 good friends in there and I think that winning TACFIT will help me get in shape fastern then any other ways.
Thanks anyway if I don’t win and keep on the good work
Ben

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Grant February 8, 2010 at 11:33 am

Scott, Adam, and Ryan,

I have been following your guy’s work for about 2yrs now and to say I am impressed is an understatement. I am always entertained and inspired by the workout videos you guys post. I know TACFIT Commando would be the perfect program for me because as a shift worker my body gets beat up alot. So the recovery element in traditional training protocols is very insufficient. I know TACFIT really addressess this need. Although I am very well versed in bodyweight exercise the 3D elements of CST/TACFIT intrigue me because I know it will carry me much further that 2D workouts. Lastly I am trying to rebuild a broken marriage and with a 4 month old baby in the mix-my time and patience are low. The quick efficient TACFIT workouts will be a great ‘pick me up’ to make me a better husband and father.

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Rob Talbot February 8, 2010 at 11:33 am

You always wanted an affordable fitness-for-life solution. Bodyweight exercises are the obvious answer – no equipment or gym expenses and do-anywhere portability. But wait there is more.
You need progression to carry you effortlessly through the exercise levels; expert, ongoing support you can access at any time via email; confidence in the presenters’ broad, deep and effective experience; and there needs to be variety and intrinsic exuberant fun so you want to go until you die (eventually that is…).
TACFIT Commando is the perfect solution to your fitness needs!

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Rhona McLean February 8, 2010 at 11:33 am

As a harassed mum of two boys, TACFIT Commando is an ideal cardio workout for me. In between my early morning weight training sessions, the school runs, housework,cooking and my baby’s nap I have no problems fitting in a 20 minute intense workout which requires no equipment and little space but leaves me with a huge sense of achievement and challenges me both mentally and physically. I feel strong, energised and more confident every time I complete the workout. Bring it on!.

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Bryan Beinke February 8, 2010 at 11:36 am

Fresh, exciting, thinking person’s training. Designed for the human – not the meat head, the robot or the gym zombie. I love being outdoors and my clients do to – I am always searching and creating new methods of movement to get better and offer better services. Tacfit makes sense to me – training in a dynamic manner, working in many different planes of movement and using the body as a complete package for what appears to be a powerful end result. Can’t wait to get my teeth stuck into it.

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Chris A February 8, 2010 at 11:36 am

Because I’m a normal guy who wants live on an extraordinary level. My work in sales requires energy, vitality and extreme mental toughness. I have done “Navy SEAL” style conditioning in the past following a popular book. It was great… but It led to unhealthy overuse injuries and I had to stop it. I’ve lifted kettlebells since 2004… my technique is great – but I’m always tired and have never been able to find the sweet spot of sustainability and the confidence I’m improving my health. TACFIT Commando is Perfect because it will be intense, improve my movement, health, energy – and be sustainable because of the way Scott Sonnan and Ryan Murdock have waved the workload. I want it all! Health, vigor, mental resilence, and to be ripped. TACFIT will provide the structure for me to achieve these goals and live well!

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Dave Randolph February 8, 2010 at 11:36 am

I find that the enitre BodyFlow, FlowFit, Tacfit body of work to be an excellent addition to the kettlebell and clubbell work I do. The BF,FF & TC help keep me moving well & freely.
I also try to incorporate a lot of this into my fitness bootcamps, but many people struggle to do even a basic squat or pushup.

The addition of TacFit Commando gives me another tool in the chest to live a long, healthy and active life.

Keep rocking it guys

Dave

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Linda February 8, 2010 at 11:38 am

Dear Scott and Ryan,

Thank you both so much for all the effort you make to share your wisdom with all. Here are my hearfelt thoughts:

***I have been training with CST since March last year. I believe it is the MOST comprehensive, creative, wholistic, healing, synergizing program on this planet. I firmly believe times are coming when this planet is going to be under tremendous chaos and only the ’strong will survive’ .
***I am committed to using TACFIT to learn how to go beyond what I think is humanly possible to achieve; accessing my inner and outer strength to protect both myself and help others.
***I am ready to dig deep, go beyond my self imposed limitations and I KNOW TACFIT will give me the powerful mental and physical strength, tools and guidance to accomplish and face present and future challenges
*** I know it is going to Transform ME.***

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Calmin February 8, 2010 at 11:39 am

“Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?”

At the moment I have zero income and literally cannot afford to go to a gym or heavy weights. I just have to make do with what I can find around the house (inside and outside). Just have to get creative. I am currently doing the Crazy 8’s Workout by Eric Wong – have to use a folding ladder to do the inverted rows. I have added the Israeli TACFIT Challenge to my workout as well. I have found out that bodyweight exercises are the best alternative to going the gym. They are dynamic and your body turns out looking great!

The TACFIT Commando Deluxe Edition will be a great addition to my workout regime.I will be able to train like a Commando in my own back yard and still have more elite fitness and physique than a Gym junkie!

Thanks for a tremendous program!

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Chris Compton February 8, 2010 at 11:39 am

“Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?”

I work 3 jobs..one at a computer company (40 hours). I run a small real estate appraisal business (just me) and I also am a realtor doing short sales. This is a great program for me as I have no time to get to a gym. The drive time to and from the gym including workout time and shower just makes no sense for my schedule.

It is the perfect solution for me and the constraints already placed on my time.

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Jay LeDuc February 8, 2010 at 11:40 am

I received my opportunity to get a sneak peak at your program through TARGET FOCUS TRAINING.which I subscribed to online. I am a disabled Viet Nam Vet. and up until my three surgeries on my back took my normal life away, I was a very physical and active person. I lost my zest for life and even contemplated just giving it up, if you know what I mean. Taking TFT has really helped me, but also sent home the fact that I lost a lot of strength. Weights and gyms are out as number one I can’t afford them and number two I enjoy working out alone. I tried your sample videos and found that I could do them and that I felt good afterward! Not only physically, but more importantly, mentally Only problem is that being on a fixed disability income, I can barely make ends meet monthly, let alone splurge and get your program. Getting TFT monthly, I had to take out a smaller cell phone program to afford it. I hope you pick out this comment for your free program but if not, I will continue to do your sample videos that I downloaded. They really are quite amazing. Thanks for your time and consideration. Jay

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Jim February 8, 2010 at 11:41 am

TACFIT Commando takes me back to my Marine Corps roots with regard to fitness. But it is so much more effective and relevant to where I am today. As an airline pilot and Federal Flight Deck Officer (Pilot with a gun) physical fitness is probably the most important component of the “fitness for duty” requirement of my profession. Your programs have helped me to achieve a level of fitness that I had been unable to reach for over 15 years through multiple knee, back and other surgeries. I am a believer and advocate of TACFIT.

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John Mooney February 8, 2010 at 11:45 am

I am in the process of opening a new gym in the town I live in, Huron SD. I want to be able to offer a variety of options for my clients as far as what we might be able to offer thm as far as physical training. This program looks like it would far exceed the needs of some of the clientele that I would be dealing with. It also looks very interesting to me as far as my own use for general physical fitness. I am always looking for something new and fresh that will suit not only my needs but my customers needs.

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Mark February 8, 2010 at 11:46 am

Based on the preview I think it would be a perfect fit for my fitness solution. I just turned 55 and have lost 45 lbs. in an attempt to fight genetics and natural aging accelerated by poor lifestyle choices. I have cleaned up my diet and started resistance training. TACFIT Commando would prove a valuable tool in that fight against a Family history of cancer, my high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes. It would give me that edge and motivation to succeed.

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Amir Karkouti February 8, 2010 at 11:48 am

I have been following Scott Sonnon and his unique exercises for many years. Just when I think there is nothing more he and his staff can come up with, he brings us yet another spectacular product. Scott and his team are on the cutting edge of exercise and recovery. As a kettlebell instructor and avid trainer, my clients sometimes want something different and living in southern California, having Scott train us with just our bodies is a refreshing change to the usual routine. It’s time we got back to our roots and smelled the fresh air and realize what our natural bodies can do in the wild, the way they are supposed to.

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RJ Price February 8, 2010 at 11:48 am

I’m a 54 year old Deputy Sheriff in a training unit. I’ve been using clubbells and bodyweight exercises to keep fit and to recover from two shoulder surgeries. Everything you guys come out with is incredible! I share the exercises with the other defensive tactics trainers and they like them better than most of the cross-fit stuff they’ve been using. The new Tac-Fit program looks like the perfect program for me to keep up with all the younger guys and keep me tactically ready for whatever comes my way. Keep it coming!
RJ

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Greg Phillips February 8, 2010 at 11:50 am

If this doesn’t kill me it will make me stronger.

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Juan February 8, 2010 at 11:54 am

I am not in the Military (Genetic Condition would disqualify me) but my teen Brother plans to join the SEALS and I’ve always admired and supported the troops. I know that they use the top training exercises so I look into a couple of their Training Guides when available.

I’ve tried out dozens of different books or programs, ranging in price from under 20 dollars to over a hundred. All of them definitely guaranteed that I would never lead a sedentary lifestyle, but they were never what I was looking for. The vast majority of them were the same old stuff; do 10 of these, 10 of these, 10 of these, and YOU’LL BE RIPPED. Even the ones that claimed to be Military Training Guide were in the same format. A couple training programs had unique concepts but couldn’t give me the body I wanted. I remember throwing away a 100 dollar program because I KNEW that it would give me a bicyclists body.

Looking at your movie clips, its obvious that not only do you know what you’re talking about, but you have specifically engineered exercises that will give you lean muscle that will be conditioned for real world use, not for benching 300 lbs 5 times or doing 20 reps on that one gym machine. And THAT’s exciting.

I’ve never really gotten into bodyweight-only exercises but from what I saw, it is the way to go, and I can’t wait to hear more about your program.

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Robert L Baty February 8, 2010 at 11:56 am

I’m a sixty seven year old male and a combat veteran (Marines) from Vietnam. With the changes taking place in our country I am extremely worried about the safety of my wife everytime we go to the largest city in our area (Rapid City, SD) to shop as tere are so many gang members roaming the streets. I am a strong believer in the Second Amendment and I do have a concealed carry permitand I have a weapon with me at all times. I have looked at your program and I feel that it would benefit even somone as old as me. Physically I might not be able to make all of the moves of a younger person, but I can still put up one hell of a fight when it comes to me wife.

Thank you for this opportunity.
Robert L. Baty
Custer, SD 57730

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Phillip (P.O. Box Igloo) February 8, 2010 at 11:56 am

It’s 28*F outside, the lake is frozen, the wind is blowing and I’ve got 3 more months of trying to “workout” in my “cave” (aka: shed), until the sun comes out.

With the limited dark space, big ass boots, mittens and parka – I’ve have to get pretty creative with my workouts. I may be getting older but the responsibilities, expectations and goals are always there. I definitely need an intelligent and efficient training program to help me maintain that mental and physical edge.

My lack of time and patience as well as my demand for results – NEEDS TACFIT (paid or free) I’m in!

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Ernesto Quinones February 8, 2010 at 12:03 pm

Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?

TACFIT Commando would be the perfect solution to my fitness needs simply because I live in a rural area very far away from a commercial gym and I have no place to build an amateur gym in my place. I want to recover the great shape and condition I had when I was younger and used to practice self defense.

It really is hard for me right now to take the time to go back and forth to the gym while being a single full-time (maybe I should say over-time) father of two high energy kids and taking care of my job too. This way I can also recuperate the energy I need to be a great father to them.

My job is in the security industry and obviously I really need to be in great shape, which I am not right now. So these are the reasons why TACFIT Commando is the perfect solution to my fitness needs.

Anything else, just ask.

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Charles February 8, 2010 at 12:03 pm

When I saw what you were doing I immediately knew it was the most perfect physical development system I had ever seen; period. I always knew there had to be a better way to develop the kind of practical strength, coordination, endurance and agility that we were designed to have as active humans but could never develop using traditional or even modern routines which always seem to lead to injury and overtraining. The fact that I can do the very best exercise program in the world on the spot with no equipment is simply awesome and a blessing! Thank You!

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Tim Penner February 8, 2010 at 12:05 pm

“Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?” Because I want to be the person who people will want to live through vicariously until they see that they can live that way – and then do it themselves! I also want to be able to provide the movements and applications to my female clients to give them confidence and functional strength that will empower them like nothing they’ve ever experienced!

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Lynne February 8, 2010 at 12:06 pm

I do not have a star shining reason fro wanting to win a free copy oif your work out. It’s actually selfish. I have been in the fitness business as a group fitness instructor for 30 years & personal trainer for the last 10. Needless to say I have been working out for many yearsaand always looking for news ideas. I like your program because so many body parts are working at the same time. I tried the swinging plank & it is a killer. These moves will keep me busy even though I am oinly trying 1 at a time.

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Ivan February 8, 2010 at 12:06 pm

Hey scott, This is an excellent offer. Please do spare a cpy for me that i wanna send over to one of the third world countries. I am not willing to sell it to them but i want them to gain from you knowledge and time you took to come up iwth this. They are really struggling to get their Athletes’ fitness level. Thanks.

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Gaston February 8, 2010 at 12:07 pm

Your site has been a revelation in my quest to improve my health et well-being at 50 years old. Having been fat at 235 lbs in the last 10 years made me miserable. Over a year ago I started loosing some pounds (down to 225) and just frooze in time there. This new year I said: this is it, lets get a ‘newself, for me and only me. I am now swimming 3 times a week, change my ways of eating daily, and tried to educate myself ON all those body changing websites…hum who should I beleive? Anyway, I have lost an other 25 lbs or so in the past month and I need to shape up. TACFIT is where ‘I WANT TO BE NEXT’! I dream of the day I can have a healthy lifestyle, a great body and just feel plain old good about myself at 50 years old!

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joe gerardi February 8, 2010 at 12:13 pm

MR SCOTT SONNON,TACFIT COMMANDO TRAINING MAY HELP TO GIVE ME THE CONFIDENCE TO GAIN THE RIGHT TRAINING TO PROTECT MY LOVED ONES AND MY SELF TOO.I’AM 67 AND WOULD LIKE TO STAY IN THE BEST SHAPE I CAN .I’AM RETIRED SO THE CHANCE TO WIN ONE OF THESE COURSES WOULD BE WONDERFUL.THANKS FOR THE CHANCE TO WIN A COURSE. I’VE ALREADY BOUGHT 2 BOOKS FROM TARGET FOCUS TRAINING..THANKS AGAIN JOE.

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Richard Pingley February 8, 2010 at 12:13 pm

I think this program is what I need to push me over a point I have been stuck at.This will be the motivation I need to go above and beyond this point.This program will help set goals that I didn’t see before,and take away limits that I had on Myself before,but didn’t see.This program will take away the current stress I have ,and push my training over the TOP.I would greatly appreciate winning this program and my son(currently A Sargent in Afganistan)who trains above and beyond his army training,would love a program of this caliber.This deluxe Edition is exactly what we need,and have been looking for.Thank You just for the chance.

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Eric February 8, 2010 at 12:15 pm

As a Tim Larkin TFT follower, I was introduced to TACFIT Commando. Mind you, I am impressed. The ability to hone your body without any type of apparatus is quite appealing since being unemployed my resources are quite limited. It has been my implicit belief that the body can be carved into something awesome without the stigma of weights, machines or apparatus. Of course, that is my opinion and I have done quite well with that belief system. TACFIT Commando represents a fusion of the physical and physiological and this is something I want for myself and family. My wife is disabled and I think this will help her. Thank you.

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Rachel February 8, 2010 at 12:16 pm

TACFIT Commando is the perfect fitness solution for me because it is unique, dynamic, demanding, exciting, and requires no equipment besides my own body, which is portable and always available. The moves are demanding and different enough to require full concentration, which is a great work out for the body and the mind. This system is about true fitness in that it’s about increasing the ability to use your own body at its very highest level. I can’t wait to try it out!

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John Kane February 8, 2010 at 12:20 pm

I know Scott’s expertise and Ryan will help me to CORRECTLY achieve my Ultimate fitness without further injury,pain while being fun and never boring. At 56 my old injuries in shoulders,knee and back continue to cause tightness and discomfort and arthritis. Following Scott with Clubbell training and on his newsletter, I am 100% convinced that TACFIT Commando is my “Golden Ticket” to finally feel good again.I am quite excited to get cracking with it.
Thanks for the opportunity!
John

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Simon Ball February 8, 2010 at 12:23 pm

I watch too much telly
I have a big round belly
my diet is a joke
at least I don’t smoke
time is too little
getting moving is a battle
the will is present
the method is absent
I’m tired of this demenour
it’s not me in the mirror
train me in TACFIT
make me the #1 outfit
sculpt this gelatinous shell
take me out of this hell
make me stand proud again
renewed fitness I will attain
the ability to leap small buildings
and climb up the side of….things
catch bullets with my teeth
cast iron abs I’ll unsheath
for TACFIT is the way
That’s all I have to say.

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Daniel Mendoza February 8, 2010 at 12:24 pm

Dear Mr. sonnon and Murdock, I’m so interested in getting fit with tacfit, I tried others military bootcamp type training programs but to no avail. I still have a gut and little calves. So I hope you see my plea. Thanks and I pray I win, Daniel

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Bob February 8, 2010 at 12:25 pm

Where to start? I have lifted weights over 45 years,( am 58) have been strong all my life, but even after doing martial arts and searching for the perfect exercises all these years , I know I need more flexibility and real world strength to get over my bad experiences when younger. , broken back-broken feet, and cutting off half my left hand, which was sewn back. Seeing a glimpse of TACFIT COMMANDO, I know it can bring me to a whole new level I have only dared to dream about. Thanks for putting this program together.

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Corey February 8, 2010 at 12:25 pm

Simply put, based on what I have seen of TACFIT, I believe it will help me achieve a few simple goals I have in my life; to be a strong, healthy individual who takes care of his family and always works hard, no matter what the task may be. TACFIT appears to be that vehicle that will help me to continue to be successful in life and to be the best individual I was intended to be. Thank you for the opportunity to win this package.

“Champions do every day, what others do some days”

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Michel Aubin February 8, 2010 at 12:27 pm

TACFIT Commando is the perfect solution for my fitness needs because:
-the multiple dimensions of the exercices;
-the proposed progression for each exercice is very naturel & accessible;
-the quality of the informations (books, videos) on how to do technically well the exercice(base on Adam & Scott previos material);
-used of body weight;
-can train at home;
-can train anywhere & I can train outside all years round;
-very functionnal & very related to my sport, alpine skiing. I am a elite ski racer coach;
-linking varios exercices to a flow;
-improve the effeciency of the metabolism;
-proposed a calendar & measurables goals;
-the possibility to communicate & exchange with the forum;
-more fun that traditionnal training;
Thanks to share with us your expertise & your passion.
Michel.

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M W Slagle February 8, 2010 at 12:29 pm

With regard to TACFIT, I am already hauling a fully equipped, functional health facility everywhere I go – 24/7/365. With TACFIT instruction, the capability to use said facility to maximum efficiency to achieve mission ready physical and mental preparedness should be an attainable state. This in turn would allow for an absolute ability to, with full and complete economy of scale, deploy the effective machinations of the warrior’s absolute end game…the finely tuned coordinated application of mind and body in the successful resolution of any and all tasks.
Remaining ever vigilant,
MWSlagle

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Daniel Webb February 8, 2010 at 12:30 pm

I am constantly travelling for my work as a contract biologist. Since I’m often living in a communal setting with 5-10 people living in one house, I’m not able to bring much along…often only a backpack and possibly a laptop computer. This type of program would be perfect for me to develop incredible fitness since I’m not able to use equipment for most of the year, and it would make my work all that much easier since it often involves strenuous hiking in backcountry-type terrain.

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Tas February 8, 2010 at 12:32 pm

Scott and Ryan,
Are you joking?! What would make me want to win this? Everything!!
Your work is all encompassing and ideal! I want to help spread the wealth and pass this on to all those I work with. Being on the field and off with all levels of hundreds of athletes since 1989 in body work I have seen multitudes of what works and what was a nice try but should hit the garbage can running. I’ve learned to see that your accuracy, availability for several modalities, simple accountability, creative challenges, and nutrition are so balanced. I don’t want to do my work without utilizing what you offer front and center. I take my work, and my clients work, seriously and go nuts when I find a real ‘tool’ that is actually worth listening to. Wish you could see my life path – you’d be as excited as I am for what you offer.
Congrats either way to you guys! You can = we can!

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H. Allen Milton February 8, 2010 at 12:33 pm

I’m a former martial artist/sensei, worked out diligently for 25+yrs. I relocated & remarried, my job was behind a desk worked 50-60+ hrs a wk. Let myself gain 20+ lbs. more than I needed to carry around ( mostly belly ). My wife of 10yr. was diagnosised w/early onset Alzhiemer’s disease in 2001, ( age 49 ) I’ve been a full time caregiver since Oct.2007. She is completly dependent on me for everything. I do this 24/7 no help, no complaints. I’m unable to leave the house to workout at a gym & I feel this would be the solution to my exercise dilema. We’re on a meager early retirement income this would really fit the bill.
Thank You

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roman February 8, 2010 at 12:33 pm

tacfit comando is the best exercise program for me and a those wishing not to bang their heads up against the wall with injuries from falling in the same old trap.of weights and personal trainers from the gym.i have been looking for something like this for 20 years.

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Dennis Madriaga February 8, 2010 at 12:36 pm

Going to be 55 years old this Wednesday, February 10, and been teased often, I will qualifing for senior citizen prices soon. Wondering if this is it to life? Down hill from now? Get teased daily, from my fellow work mates, as the old man. Lots of these younger folks taking these protein pills and powders, pumping it up all the time. Not that they are buffed or anything,, except for a couple young fellas, but just can’t see myself going to the gym with these guys, pumping iron on weights. When I was young, I watched a cousin and friend pump it up for about a year, daily, for a couple hours, and they got huge fast. Well, the stopped lifting, and they got bigger with flab. Anyway, just wanted to see if there is some hope still, at this age?

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Ryan February 8, 2010 at 12:40 pm

“Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?”

Currently I’ve been going to the gym three days a week and haven’t been seeing results no matter how much heavy weights I lift. Not only that but after a while the same thing over and over becomes boring. This TACFIT training looks like it actually gives a person results just from using their own body weight and it’s impressive seeing all the kinds of exercises soldiers use. Something more unique and functional than the rigid, sometimes hard on the joints weight lifting. I can really see how this program will help to create “go muscle” and not just “show muscle” when situations call for it. Thank you.

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Martin February 8, 2010 at 12:46 pm

Thanks for sharing you knowledge on fitness. I will continue to pay attention and pick up what I can, there are many more who need your free gift, I just feel it is a great pleasure to have been introduced to your methods. I am always searching on how to stay in shape and away from the hype. Thanks again

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Paul February 8, 2010 at 12:49 pm

Tacfit is just something completely different to anything i’ve ever seen. Its so functional, so challenging but at the same time so addictive and so enjoyable. I’ve tried many different body weight workouts over the years but this is the most fun i’ve ever had and look forward to trying out new material

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Brad Frfost February 8, 2010 at 12:50 pm

Hey Guys!
TACFIT looks like the perfect training program for what I am trying to achieve. Real world strength and conditioning as well as flexibility and Cardio . I have been training for over 30 years and have tried many different programs. Some worked and some did not but as I have gotten older ( I am 49 years old) I have learned that my body can not take the abuse of heavy weights and body building type of training. As a martial artist I have learned that it is much more important to have muscles that “Go” instead of just for “show”. Do to injuries I have had to modify my training and feel that Body weight exercises,interval training and flexibility training are superior to other types of training. It is also portable so you can work out anywhere, which with my busy schedule allows me train anywhere. That is what intrigues me about Tacfit. It addresses all of the facets that I need to be in great shape and continue to do the things I enjoy so as I get older.
Thanks!
Brad Frost

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NijBee February 8, 2010 at 12:51 pm

Why waste 100 words?
Tested Adaptable Comprehensive Fast Innovative Training

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Dan February 8, 2010 at 12:53 pm

3 years ago, at 51, I started to run. Went from zero to marathon in 9 months, did a 50k trail run yada yada yada. Not only did I not gain any muscle, I am less flexible and have been sidelined for 90 days with a stress fracture in my hip. Did it all wrong, now it is time to get strong, balanced and wickedly fit. There are some 25 year olds that need me to kick thier butts, and I need your help to get there. You will not waste your program with me. Thanks.

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Robert Jeffers February 8, 2010 at 12:54 pm

Greetings,
TACFIT is the perfect solution for my fitness needs for two major reasons; it can be done at home and it can be done in a minimal amount of time. I am a husband, a father of two wonderful children, and a Senior Scientist at a local R&D company. Time is critical. I cannot afford to spend multiple hours each day working out. However, I can take 20 minutes each day and get TACFIT. Also, a gym membership for me right now is not an option. Finances and time restraints won’t allow it. No problem with TACFIT.

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Kim Reiber February 8, 2010 at 12:56 pm

I am a Health Coach, Mom of two teenage boys, and also a student trying to finish a certification to become a Whole Health educator. My schedule between work, school and “Taxi Driver” does not leave alot of time for me or exercise. I recently started an Interval small group training class on Saturday morning, to help people that want to train but cannot afford it. I wind up doing the exact routine after they have all left, since I want to monitor my clients during the class. There is nothing that gives me more pleasure than to “have my butt kicked” with physical activity. I find that when I am presented with a physical challenge that seems beyond my capability, and eventually achieve it, my confidence for life soars. I have tried some of the basic exercises that you presented in a TACFIT email and I was so empowered, since they were difficult, but I LOVED the challenge. I would love to learn more so that I I take these ideas to my clients once I have mastered the basics. In the meantime, I will have that “butt-kicking” that I love and actually do something for myself!!!

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robert bezoski February 8, 2010 at 12:56 pm

Scott Sonnon only puts out the best products on the market. I have many off his sets and always try to keep up with them. He’s the guru of our times. Trust is the key word when his name comes up!!!

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Chris February 8, 2010 at 12:59 pm

Last year, after 5 years of inactivity, I made the decision to get back in shape. I eventually worked myself in to good enough shape to get back into Muay Thai – where I promptly tore my calf muscle and was sidelined for a while. Momentum did it’s thing, and I’ve been struggling to stick with a workout since October of last year. I’m gaining the weight back and generally feel terrible. TACFIT looks like exactly what I need to help me rediscover my enthusiasm for health.

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Nick February 8, 2010 at 1:00 pm

Myself & a bunch of guys down here in Aus are doing as much bodyweight stuff as we can & getting pretty good results. But this system would take that to a whole new level from what I’ve seen so far. Functionality is the key for us as we’re not into heavy lifting that often is more injury riddled than anything else. It’s amazing how the body slowly adapts to exercise that has a natural (animalistic) base like the one’s you have shown so far in your videos. Keep up the great work & love to know if anyone in Sydney is teaching this stuff.
Cheers.

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Randy G February 8, 2010 at 1:00 pm

i will try to keep this short…basically im an aspiring mma artist with out the funds or time to get good quality exercise in. do to my life style for the past year, i have gained almost 50 pounds which puts me at about 245 and none of it is good body wieght. i believe this program gives me a fully functional exercise routine that i can complete in a shorter amount of time as compared to going to a gym and would be a good routine to infiltrate into my work outs when i finally get the funds to get mma training as well. it also would be a good all around life style motivator because feeling better about ones self is a big deal and the more one feels better about them selves, the bigger impact they have on those around them whether its landing a job or just making friends.

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Randy G February 9, 2010 at 1:53 am

i would also like to add that feeling better about ones self also helps people get a better impression of you, not just for getting jobs or friends but almost every aspect, even survival situations of any type.

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Donald Sims February 8, 2010 at 1:03 pm

I am interested in TacFit because it promises to gather so much of Scott and Ryan’s knowledge into one basket. I am interested in Russian martial arts, “functional exercise,” the heritage of Eastern European exercise science, stretching, breathing exercise, the body wisdom of the East, and anything having to do with exercise recovery.

I don’t think I’ve ever seen a DVD package, even from the estimable Mr. Sonnon, which covers all of the above topics and binds them into one exercise system. I have looked hard for one package to do all of the above, but have not found it until now.

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Ron February 8, 2010 at 1:07 pm

Scott,
I am a police officer and have been training with bodyweight and kettlebells for several years. Due to several injuries, traditional weight training is no longer my best option. I’m always looking for new and innovative ways to train. TACFIT looks like a progressive program to earn real strength gains, endurance and flexibility at the same time. This is my continuing goal!

Thanks,
Ron

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Clint February 8, 2010 at 1:07 pm

I live in the real world. I am an RN working in the ICU, whose job never ceases. I find myself caring for individuals at work, then when I leave fully exhausted from a grueling night, sometimes the morning has just begun. I have to pull over and help people in numerous car accidents. It is extremely stressful to the body. I need to have a program that will allow me to be mentally ready as well as physically ready to answer the call at a moments notice. As a father of three wonderful children, I am trying to be the best role model that I can be. thank you for the consideration. also, I will not waste the opportunity.

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eric February 8, 2010 at 1:11 pm

I’m one of the invisible students purchasing RMAX program produced since the 90’s.
Dvds ship out – yet – we mostly remain ghosts training in private.
Ones personal growth cannot be measured simply from muscle mass or flexability although all seek that truth. The ability to harness – no unleash – the benefits of tacfit commando should be primal for mindset mastery – biomechanical control – and leadership for those surrounding us.
Mr. Sonnen once said, ” We are all in this together alone”, united we are a tacfit commando community.

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Brett February 8, 2010 at 1:16 pm

Hi Guys,
I am going to be a professional volleyball player and like all sports, at the end of the game is when you need to be the strongest, fittest and MENTALLY TOUGHEST. That is my goal, its going to be my career, my life, otherwise I have to go work at Ralphs, and I DON’T want to do that.

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Lou February 8, 2010 at 1:17 pm

TACFIT is the answer those us who are limited in time, money and access to training facilities. With TACFIT all I need is my body and the space it occupies to achieve the fitness level I willing to strive for.

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Ivan Pravdic February 8, 2010 at 1:21 pm

TACFIT Commando gives merciless results! It kills fat as well as laziness and ignorance. Efficiency is the rule. Health is the reason. Real power gained through TACFIT Commando exercises is the key to unlock and fully develop one’s mind and body potentials and prepare for the unexpected life ahead. And without health and strength, life is just a meaningless pain. Command yourself, get fit and healthy, become mean and lean intensely living machine, tough and healthy human – TACFIT Commando!

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Matt Lane February 8, 2010 at 1:24 pm

You might have noticed that life brings with it challenges that you can’t always prepare for; the unknowable dangers that lurk just out of view, waiting patiently to bite you in the ass when you least expect it. And the worst thing is that feeling of powerlessness that comes from knowing that there isn’t anything you can do to stop it… well, you can do something…

Prepare yourself.

A hardcore, yet health-promoting, physical training program like TACFIT Commando is perfect for those of us that want, and need, to be the absolute best we can be – so that we can master our darkest fears, and so that we are able to step boldly into the unknown and be safe in the knowledge that we can handle anything that comes our way!

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george February 8, 2010 at 1:28 pm

I am a firm believer in bodyweight exercise since in my younger days I went the weightlifting route and injured my knees and back…from what I have seen of your program so far it would make a wonderful complement to my tae kwon do and self defense training, and exercise that I could teach to the lower belts in my tae kwon do classes. I have tried the israeli challenge exercises and I must say that I am completely sold on your program.

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Matt Lane February 8, 2010 at 1:29 pm

You might have noticed that life brings with it challenges that you can’t always prepare for; the unknowable dangers that lurk just out of view, waiting patiently to bite you in the ass when you least expect it. And the worst thing is that feeling of powerlessness that comes from knowing that there isn’t anything you can do to stop it…

But you can do something: prepare yourself.

A hardcore, yet health-promoting, physical training program like TACFIT Commando is perfect for those of us that want, and need, to be the absolute best we can be – so that we can master our darkest fears, and so that we are able to step boldly into the unknown and be safe in the knowledge that we can handle anything that comes our way!

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David Hughes February 8, 2010 at 1:33 pm

Awesome material. I have been working out with the TACFIT Challenge. I have always enjoyed body weight exercises and was looking for conditioning to offset my MA training. Great workout, minimal cost and do anywhere program. love it.

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Larry Ahl February 8, 2010 at 1:38 pm

This is great for everyday fitness. I use it a lot at the gym I go to and it keeps me limber and fit!

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Leo February 8, 2010 at 1:42 pm

My boyfriend introduced me to CST last year and I haven’t looked back. So I mostly (*sigh*) understand his newest obsession with you guys.

I could soften this email with tales of a selfless martial artist who believes in whole-being fitness and has a desire to help as many people as possible, but frankly, on a more selfish note – I’d like to feel like he is dating me and not you three!

He has not stopped talking about TACFIT Commando and I honestly dont believe he will until he gets his hands on a copy. If he suffocates from the duct-tape tonight – I blame you!

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larry February 8, 2010 at 1:47 pm

Hi here s my reply ta yer question,
Basically,
I m a 43 year old amateur Kickboxer I practise K-Boxing as a hobby and I compete as well. I love the sport etc,,and I luv the fact that it keeps me fit and all that. Now at ,my age it s important especially when ya do a sport like that ta be on top form all the time. I m new here and I ve just found out about this program and u guys but I ve got the feeling this program has all I need to keep me going physically both in my sport and life. oh, and I lost sight of one eye 10 years ago in a car accident. I m also a keen mountain climber.

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James Lee February 8, 2010 at 1:53 pm

Ignorance, injury and mediocrity – from Joe Weekend Warrior to the nation’s finest, fitness here is mired in all of these thanks to a dogged insistence on a 1980s approach to exercise. As the de facto paradigm of fitness at large, bodybuilding needs to die and this is the shovel I need to make sure it’s buried deep, all while I drag fitness in this country kicking and screaming into the 21st century!

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James Lee February 8, 2010 at 1:56 pm

Er, neglected to mention the above post was in answer to the lucky draw question ;-)

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Oliver Mohrdieck February 8, 2010 at 1:57 pm

Because after I’ll have finished my first complete Tacfit cycle in about three weeks, I’m going for a semester abroad to Chile, and so I’m going to leave home and my brothers gym with all the needed equipment for the usual Tacfit. The only way to come back in a better shape rather than loosing it in the next 6month is TACFIT Commando…

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Edward Beck February 8, 2010 at 1:59 pm

Hey Scott & Ryan,

First, thanks for this opportunity.

Why is TACFIT Commando is the perfect solution to my fitness needs?

1) As a forty-something desk jockey, I find it very difficult to combine body movement exercises, weights, cardio in the right mix to get the job done to prepare me for training in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and allow me to progress quickly along a weight loss or management goal. TACFIT is the first thing to come along that will offer that, and adds in come challenging combat based movements that would give me a leg up against the nimble young bucks I have to deal with in class everyday.
2) TACFIT is fresh and far from mainstream, which means my ADD brain will not be quick to get bored.
3) Having served as a firefighter in the military, I miss the regimented mission-driven and purposeful routines meant to give the edge and make a huge difference in health, strength and flexibility. TACFIT will bring a bit of that back into my day to day and allow me to finally jump ahead of the curve in my goals.

Thanks again guys,

Ed

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Bart Murray February 8, 2010 at 1:59 pm

TACFIT Commando would be the perfect workout solution for me because it engages your total mind and body to train at maximum levels of efficiency. What gets me excited is that things are getting kinda crazy out there and this program looks to be the ultimate mental and physical emergency preparedness plan! Bravo!!!

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Brian February 8, 2010 at 2:05 pm

As a 58 year old man struggling to regain some semblance of youth, I recently started doing body weight exercises. When I saw the first TacFit Commando video of the guy leaning back on 1 hand, Matrix style, and then coming back up, I thought, wow, this is like body weight training on steroids. And perfect for old people like me. While we may not be scaling 10 foot walls, burrowing through rugged terrain or climbing mountains, we do need to climb stairs, get in and out of cars and stay mobile. And who knows, as we progress and realize that age is not an impediment, we may attempt to scale a few walls and climb a few mountains. TacFit Commando Training-what a gift to be liberated from the shackles of a seemingly inevitable physical decline.

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Craig Marshall February 8, 2010 at 2:05 pm

I’d like to try TACFIT because it looks like a real everyday workout regimen geared towards practical strength and fitness. Most workouts are cookie-cutter in their application but TACFIT has modified proven bodyweight exercises into super efficient movements that target multiple muscle groups to build practical core strength very quickly.

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Michael Addsion & Genella Doble February 8, 2010 at 2:07 pm

For best results the following script needs to be sung to the Chorus of the Martini advert tune from the 70’s! If you can’t remember or are too young to remember it:- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YasIm-3wTC4&feature=related

“Anytime, any place, anywhere there’s a wonderful workout you can share, it’s the right one, the right one – that’s TACFIT COMMANDO!”

http://www.healthfirstfitnessuk.com

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Trever Richards February 8, 2010 at 2:07 pm

Too many programs focus on size and a big bench press, but not this one. I’m a martial arts student and using traditional methods of training have caused me to only be strong when performing a specific exercises ex. bench press, pull downs, but when it comes to martial arts and every day activities, i get tried and can only pick stuff up from a specific angle. my body doesn’t function as a whole unit, but I’ve been using the Body Weight Revolution training and my speed, agility, useable strength and flexibility have improved greatly and after using the free tacfit program I’m sold on how amazing it is. You train the whole body as a unit with complex movement suited for real life situations that require strength, speed, flexibility, and endurance. This is the program for real life, not to just show off in the gym! Looking forward to trying the whole program.

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Adama February 8, 2010 at 2:08 pm

I would love this program because time energy and strength are in short supply at the moment. With two children under five who are non stop energy who require alot of play time with there dad, to renovate our house so we can sell it and move to a better area for my wife and and kids. And on top of that I do walk thru inspections on main trunk sewer lines which is physically demanding and at erratic hours of the day and night. So tacfit would be perfect for me to archeive being abetted father and husband.

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Jazbo February 8, 2010 at 2:09 pm

I would really like to use your program to be able to use some new bodyweight exersizes. I haven’t been able to buy any weights, so I have been lifting rocks, but it would be really nice to have some new and truly hardcore ways to train with just my bodyweight. I think your program looks like it would be ideal.

Thank you for considering me.

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Gilles February 8, 2010 at 2:09 pm

58 years old, played Handball all my life, 6-7 days a week, sometimes 2 match a day; until 4 years ago when they demolish the last available court in my area to make room for muscle show. Never been able to pump iron. Last year discover Kettlebell, Clubbell, CST and finally Bodyweight exercises with the three of you. Was fully into it training 2 hours daily, unfortunately, had a minor setback: broke a foot at work. I’ve been restarting for a month now with mini-clubbells and Bodyweight exercises. Living in a Quebec, it’s quite an inspiration to see Ryan train in the snow, how more simple could it be ! I’m convinced and I have the wiilpower.
My goal is to nothing less than to the master Tacfit Commando for my 60th birthday. Whatever the outcome, I’ll be doing it along with Clubbells training.

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Caine Rose February 8, 2010 at 2:10 pm

Coaches,

I struggled with conditioning and strength training programs for years- seeking the “one” program that would be a magic bullet to my fitness and wellness needs. Exhausting the traditional route of free weights and military calisthenics, I tried all the flavors of the week including P90X, SEAL Team and others with unsatisfactory results. These programs were cost prohibitive, required too much time or demanded too much equipment and more space than I had to work in. Tac-Fit Commando is not merely a magic bullet, but the entire arsenal of tactical fitness knowledge and instruction that I’ve been looking for!

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jacqueline February 8, 2010 at 2:24 pm

My training buddy (65 years old and just lost 13kgs) and I like to have fun. We work hard. Probably harder than most people in our gym. But we need to grin. I tried your commando (the first video you sent out) this morning and it was MAXIMUM fun! Had an utterly amazing workout and realised I’m not nearly as flexible or strong as I can be, and I SOOO want this training! I am telling everyone at the gym about it because they’re all watching us with goggle-eyed open mouths. And I have to say, we both feel a bit of pride that a 65 year old and 45 year old can make even the personal trainers stop what they’re doing to watch!! it’s brilliant and a real boost to our old bods!

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Ryan Pena February 8, 2010 at 2:24 pm

Tacfit commando is the perfect solution to my fitness needs because everything else I have tried or have heard is always about either bench, squat and deadlift. Those are the three main exercises that everyone talks about but they don’t have nearly as much practical use as Tacfit does. Yeah sure they help with lifting things or pushing things, but they don’t give you an overall workout that will help you become the deadly, cunning predator that humans have been made into. I want to be that predator evolution has made me, and Tacfit will allow me to become that predator.

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Surf February 8, 2010 at 2:27 pm

If you have ever had challenges with your conditioning and strength training and have “wasted” cash on all those quick “fit fixes” that are so time consuming? Well there is no need to buy any more “fit fixes”. Those other programs are cost restrictive, and so time consuming. Tac-Fit Commando is not a “fit fix”, but a whole, complete system of proper fitness knowledge and instruction that we’ve all been searching for!

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Anthony Tadros February 8, 2010 at 2:31 pm

“Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?”

I’m currently training in the Target Focus Training System, though the demand for fitness in executing the set co-ordinations is minimal, getting more efficent in using only my bodyweight as weapon thats readily available to protect myself requires that I must have complete control on my momentum, especially when finding myself in ackward and disadvantaged positions in a violent situation.

TACTFIT Commando program has the perfect solution to my fitness needs in not only reaching my goal at becoming the ultimate human weapon, but also that anytime, anywhere, in every situation, my proper actions both physical and charming can guarrantee I live a smoother life and get the ‘girl’ at the end of the day.

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Yernán Marrero February 8, 2010 at 2:34 pm

I have been practicing Intu-Flow and Flow Fit for some time. Through these methods, I gained a significant amount of mobility and flexibility very quickly. Recently, I bought the Clubbell Black book which provides a series of 4×7 routines applied to clubbells. I’ve been clubbelling with very good results by following the instructions contained in this book. However, there might be instances when clubbells are not available, but the fitness show must go on. I feel that having a bobyweight method to develop high levels of athletism while keeping the health fitness first approach is very a convenient and suitable alternative. I am very confident the material included in the TACFIT Commando book/videos will be unique, advanced and of great benefit for those looking for higher fitness.

Thanks,
Yernán

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David February 8, 2010 at 2:39 pm

TACFIT Commando would be of great benefit to enhancing my martial arts training, overall body conditioning and improving my flexibility. My goal is to improve upon my training and conditioning. At 50, you need to work harder than people younger at maintaining top conditioning, flexibility and coordination (reflex time).

One of the greatest benefits for me would be the ability to always condition and train no matter where I am. As I travel, it is difficult to find a place (gym) of some sort to keep up on my training. TACFIT Commando would allow me the ability to condition in my hotel room without the need for weights or special equipment. It appears to be an all encompassing and complete training for mind and body.

It is all about taking care of your own temple….and TACFIT Commando seems to be the set of tools everyone needs in their toolkit.

Truly look forward to your upcoming release…

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andreas February 8, 2010 at 2:39 pm

I urgently need something to fight my Clubell snobism. I got too efficient swinging these heavy things but neglected some of the importang bodyweight groundwork.

Ryan? – Do I really have to count my words now? – I’m afraid I’m kind of MSWord cripple too ;-)

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Keith February 8, 2010 at 2:41 pm

Hey Scott and Ryan,

I have tried so many times to start training and have usually had to stop training so that I could recover from over exertion and to change the program to better suit my needs. I have done tonnes of research to look for the perfect complete workout and have never been able to find it until now. I don’t mean to sound like a suck up, but your program is the best, most complete, workout program ever. I have a few mental disabilities and find it difficult to succeed in certain things, but fitness and nutrition have always been my passion. Exercising and eating properly have helped me to overcome many obstacles. I believe that it is always the person who gets things done, and the program is just a tool. But comparing tacfit comando with any other program is like comparing a butter knife to a chain saw. Your program is the perfect tool to assist me in my training. Thanks for your consideration.

sincerely,

Keith

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Bob February 8, 2010 at 2:42 pm

I don’t want the program, unless I am given the fourth set for free out of friendship, which is not included in the conditions here in this contest. But still if you give it to me without any sort of contest, this will be something superb to me –in person. I like honorable gifts. And if you don’t give me one, I am preparing myself to buy it next April as this will be the most appropriate time to have finished mastering the Flow-fit. And by all means, I bow before you Mr. Sonnon. I bow before you Mr. Steer. I bow before you Mr. Murdock.

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Glenn Williams February 8, 2010 at 2:42 pm

Scott and Ryan work at the cutting edge
This program takes you to the uppermost ledge
TACFIT Commando its the way to go
With this solution your mind will blow
Save your dollars save your cents
Buy this product, for you its meant

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Brad Israel February 8, 2010 at 2:45 pm

After being involved in a car accident in 2005 through no fault of my own,my physical activity dropped to near zero except for short walks. It affected me mentally as well as physically, & at 54 years of age to say I’m out of shape is an understatement. I received your free trial lessons just last week, downloaded them & could not even do one of the moves correctly.After a few days of not giving up I can finally do a couple of each , which is very exciting. I now have hope that I can get back my full range of motion , & burn this ugly fat to a crisp & be proud of myself again. Thanks for your gift ,you will never know how grateful I am for what you have done for me

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Billy Hawkes February 8, 2010 at 2:45 pm

Scott,
This system is the tool needed to not only wipe the diabeitc problem that is starting but to start a new life. Not a life of diet but a life of change for the better. I would cheerish the opportunity to futher enhance myself and would brag about not using a gym memebership. I feel that these systems have so much more to offer and it challenges your every being.
Thanks
Billy

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Joe Belden February 8, 2010 at 2:49 pm

I’m a Strength and Conditioning coach at the most diverse inner city high school in the state. I expose my students and athletes to a variety of training tools and methods. We not only use barbells and dumbells, but are one of the only schools in the state to use sandbags and kettlebells along with body weight training. Tacfit Commando would not only compliment what we currently do and ramp up the training level of our kids, but it would give several hundred inner city kids access to an alternative way to train using just their own body weight.

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Mike Montalbini February 8, 2010 at 2:50 pm

I’m always looking for a more efficent way to train…thanks.

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Matt L February 8, 2010 at 2:51 pm

TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to my fitness needs because I am a shiftworker where my hours are not in line with gym operating hours which leaves me left with useless cardio routines. TACFIT Commando would offer me a dynamic training solution that I can perform anywhere, anytime without having to be a slave to “operating hours”. It’s the solution for me.

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Tim February 8, 2010 at 2:51 pm

(Say in South African accent) –
Beck when I wos in the homeland, running around Kruger National Pork, chasing lions around, I’d orften come orf second best against the wily beasts.

Why?

I wos tectically unfit to wrangle the beasts with my bare hends. Oft-tormes (times) I’d end up on the ground with the lion besting me into subjugation.

I can tell you it wos not a pleasant experience mor frend (my friend).

So, I’d lork (like) for you to consider me for your programs. Currently I am about 14% body fat and am having loads of trouble getting down <10. I ride my pushbike every day to work (50km) return and have started kettles, but I need to go harder.

Additionally I am starting Krav Maga, and I think your super-deluxe-mega package would aid me no end in achieving my aims on flying back to the homeland to wrestle said lions into wilful submission.

Oh, it will be a joy to head to my local tavern, with the beast cast across my shoulders, whereupon I shall call “Bartender, fetch me some of your finest Scotch, and don’t tarry, eh?”

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Kevin February 8, 2010 at 2:52 pm

I keep getting older and smarter. Although I get older, I am still fully operational as a S.W.A.T. team member. I see my teammates being sidelined all of the time with injuries from fitness routines that are not promoting functional fitness. Time is essential for me since my work schedule is long and ever changing. I can’t afford to be injured, or I fail my team. I need to stay in peak physical shape, and still be able to move with quickness and fluidity. This is why I would LOVE to get this information during this promotion.
If I am chosen, I will follow the routines and prove to my teammates that you can become exposive, flexible and full of stamina without spending hours in a gym. Heck, they may even purchase your program for themselves :)

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John Stuart Stonehocker February 8, 2010 at 2:52 pm

Wow !!! there is no doubt that every man with a set of gonads will want this package,and I’m no exception, I have seen only a portion of your videos and it appears to be parallel with real live action, I have studied numerous martial arts, and was in the infantry, but nothing compares with hard life training.

I was trained from 5 years old, on the street, I grew up in a north American Indian trailer court.
White haired and blue eyes, nothing said target more than that!

But fighting Indians teaches you one thing, kill or be killed! there is no other way. Your videos and your training methods seem to exemplify the techniques needed to combat this way.

Whew! I thought I was the only one. I’ll take my chances to win a kit off ya, but if I don’t I’ll be in line to get one when I can afford one. John S Stonehocker

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shelly February 8, 2010 at 2:53 pm

aloha…why do I want to win ? More like, who wouldn’t want to win? What an amazing and excellent program. I am turning 55 in a few months and have been a personal trainer for almost 15 years, competed in bodybuilding for 10 years, and have owned a yoga studio. The best workouts have always come from basic bodyweight exercises, things that I can do anywhere and anytime. I love my sandbags and kettlebells and clubbells too, but I hate to be forced into a gym situation to get a workout. Just give me enough space where I can move and jump and roll around. I think Scott Sonnon is a great inspiration and a person to be admired. Please consider me…regardless, I will continue to train hard and try and inspire others. Thank you

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Danny February 8, 2010 at 2:55 pm

I have been a steel worker for 25 years. In that time I have seen many of my co-workers injured (it can be a very physical job). Keeping fit helps reduce the chances of an injury but now, with the kids in college I can’t afford a gym membership or fancy home gym. So I settle for basic pushups, situps and jogging with the family dog. TACFIT looks to me like a much better way to get/stay in shape (sorry rover!). Thank you for the chance to win. Danny

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mariz February 8, 2010 at 2:56 pm

Well my boyfriend has been in a workout depression for 6 month and nothing I do is shaking him out of it, but your movie last week did the trick. I came home to find him in tripod so the total profram would be just the thing:) I wouldn’t mind using it myself aswell:)

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round fish square bowl February 8, 2010 at 2:59 pm

hi coach, u are near impossible to impress so i will just go with the sonnon flow and say that this week i have been rocked and shocked (much like an israeli commando attack) by the sudden cancerous death of my best friend of 20+ years, viv, and i badly need a special ops mission to get my mind and body working again, cheers, tom (australia)

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John LeMasurier February 8, 2010 at 3:00 pm

TACFIT Commando is the perfect solution to my fitness needs because I am always looking for a new challenge. This program would provide a change of pace for my body allowing it to surpass my current plateau, and if it will help me look better naked then that sweetens the deal.

Thanks for your time and consideration,

John LeMasurier

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Brian February 8, 2010 at 3:00 pm

Tacfit is great because I have studied and practiced at length low to moderate rep weight training and high rep calisthenic military style workouts. I have been stocky with large muscles and wiry with above average-looking muscles. Neither type of fitness satisfied me or adequately prepared me for real-life combat (or even sports) situations. It is great because, while I like to look good, I value function over aesthetics.

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Alistair Jelley February 8, 2010 at 3:02 pm

Hi Scott & Ryan,

Firstly great job on the build up of this product, I cant remember ever being so excited about a programme.
I believe it will be the perfect solution for me because I have been one of those zombies blindly going to the gym methodically for years.
Over time I’ve slowly started to get injuries & niggles that just didnt want to go away, courtesy of gym machines i believe, so I got some kettlebells at Christmas & am slowly breaking the grip my gym has over me & training at home, also doing P90X cardio, plyo & kenpo workouts, but ultimately its the tacfit commando workouts that I am dreaming of doing, I’ve tried the sample workouts you’ve given me, but I gotta say they are so hard & my flexibility sucks, so my goal is to get better & better at your exercises, increase my flexibility & all round fitness thanks to your mind body & soul stimulating exercise programme.
Thanks again guys even if i dont win, just getting your emails & sample workout vids have been enough to change my mindset towards exercise/gyms & realise I dont need to go to the gym to be fit & that i can do it all at my own home, or amywhere for that matter & be in control of my body & mind thanks so much!

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Michael P February 8, 2010 at 3:02 pm

Hey Scott,

I feel this system will help get me in the shape I need mentally, physically , and spiritually. CST has changed my life for the better and after I was in a car accident several years ago it has helped a lot with my recovery. I completed the full BBFFL wand I feel this is the next step. I don’t have the financial means and equipment for the standard Tactfit yet, so this would really help me prepare for any challenges I face. I would love to train these warriors, athletes, and people who think the odds are against them.

Thanks for making me a better human,
Michael

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Jim February 8, 2010 at 3:04 pm

TacFit Commando combines calisthenics, strength, plyo, agility, stretching, and cardio into one workout that doesn’t take a lot of time, requires no equipment, and can be done in a hotel room or in a field. It doesn’t abuse my steadily aging joints, works up a good sweat, and is deceptively difficult. The exercises combine a variety of real world movements into a program which hits your body everywhere. Kudos to the minds behind it.

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Conan the Barbarian February 8, 2010 at 3:05 pm

TACFIT Commando is ideal for my needs, my profession demands it. It really enables me to get the most out of life, such as crushing my enemies– seeing them driven before me, and hearing the lamentations of their women.

Cheers,
Conan

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matt lewis February 8, 2010 at 3:08 pm

as a member of a paratrooper unit and DSNY NYs strongest,I HATE WEAKNESS IN MYSELF,I DESPISE IT IN OTHERS.

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Brett February 8, 2010 at 3:09 pm

I have been using tacfit as a preseason advantage for the upcoming Hockey season. My daughter is an Elite junior hockey goalkeeper, and she has found the routines challenging but she really enjoys the routines as they simulates goalkeeper movements she would make in a normal game of Field Hockey. Even my 10yr old son can achieve the exercises, whilst only doing a minimum set he reckons it helps his dancing moves.

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Alex Ramos February 8, 2010 at 3:10 pm

I’m a simple guy. I exercise because I want to live better longer, and because I enjoy it. I sit at a desk all day at a regular job. I’m not a martial artist, soldier, or fitness instructor. If I encourage/inspire anyone, it’s just by being myself. I’ve followed Coach Sonnon for over 10 years (since the “pirate days” with beard/long hair) buying RMAX products when I could afford them. And if viral marketing works (in the old word-of-mouth way), I’ve contributed my share of publicity – only because Sonnon’s stuff is the most serious, sincere, “real” stuff out there. I don’t know if I deserve free TACFIT commando – although, I do want it :) ! But, just as I have done with Sonnon’s other programs, I will be your quiet advocate among regular folk who want to make the most of their physical nature. My only goal is to exemplify the jewels of wellness and pass them onto my son when he is born (only 3 months until his arrival). Regardless of who receives this, you guys are outstanding! Best. Keep it up. Alex

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Aaron Hogben February 8, 2010 at 3:11 pm

What a shame to allow physical shortcomings through lack of preperation to take away from any endeavour in our lives. Whether for the parent looking to stay tactically ready to play with the kids as they grow and develop, athletes and martial artists looking to break through the boundaries of human potential or tactical professionals protecting our community – ‘prior preperation and planning prevents poor performance’. Knowledge IS power! With the right education we can help ourselves. This material is priceless whatever your tactical requirements.
P.S. Thank you all for the gift of your efforts. The brilliance of the material never ceases to amaze me. I am that parent, I am that martial artist and I have clients who are those professionals. I use your material now and I will continue to use it whilst I am breathing. Peace.

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Konstantin Kitzu February 8, 2010 at 3:12 pm

I teach martial arts (aikido and systema) since more than 20 years and had amazing enjoyable experiences together with my students. I saw your TACFIT posts.. and never looked to them.. Yesterday evening I’ve downloaded the free ebook and video. Today I did just those exercises with my highly ranked, experienced warriors (from army and police, each of them instructors already). WE HAVE THE MOST AMAZING WONDERFUL FEELING IN OUR LONG MARTIAL ARTS LIFE! not yet sure if they were the exercises or the enthousiasm I’ve got from you ;-) but I swear: I FEEL 10 YEARS YOUNGER! Thank You! Respect! Grateful to You!

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Brandon February 8, 2010 at 3:14 pm

Thousands of dollars lighter, I am no better a fighter
Equipment galore, I could fill a store!
Bodyweight, gravity, and CST
Oh how they’ve proven complementary!
TACFIT Commando is the next evolution
In the journey to my personal fitness revolution!

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Tom February 8, 2010 at 3:15 pm

Now someone has found the way to make physical fitness fun, heart pounding and virtually free. Every mission should grab your interest and motivate you to succeed. When you stop to rest you can feel the satisfaction that you’re learning new skills that your buddies will recognize. As you build a file of missions you can look back and see your self-confidence is genuine.

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Joe S. February 8, 2010 at 3:17 pm

I am a 48 year old LEO with injuries and aches and pains from other training methods.
About a month ago I decided to change over my training to the CST methods.
After doing flowfit and intuflow almost exclusively for two weeks I noticed a major difference in how I felt.
By how I felt I mean two physical incidents at work and how much more athletic I felt responding.
These results are from my hit and miss understanding of CST. I can only imagine how much better following an official TacFit program will be.

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Guy February 8, 2010 at 3:24 pm

Coach Sonnon,

Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution for my fitness needs?

I’ve been an athlete in multiple combat sports since I was 14. I’ve been invovled in coaching since I was 19. I’m now 29 and finishing up my masters in physical therapy and kinesiology and I’m in talks with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) to become a part-time tactical medic while working part-time in a clinic upon graduation. There has has also been some discussion about revamping the local regiment’s training to something more transferable to their needs. Prehab, rehab, mobility, strength and anaerobic bursts will be the main focus- not size and strength as many of them are used too. Tactfit will provide the way for me to train so despite a hectic worklife I will be mission ready when its time to go and should the opportunity arise, to help other officers refocus their training on what will really keep them safe and get them home.

Guy

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Roger February 8, 2010 at 3:25 pm

TACFIT COMMANDO SERIES would be just the thing to get me into the shape i feel I need to be in. You see I used to have emphasema- yes used to have! In 2007 I was on 4-5 liters oxygen full time. I was listed January 6th 2007 for a lung transplant. On June 9th 2007 I got the “call” while attending my grandsons highschool graduation(one of my goals before i died). We were able to finish the ceremony and then went to the hospital.
I have been doing excellent since (after a few “glitches” as my surgeon called them).

This program sounds like that which I need to get me where I need to be-another goal I set but having trouble getting there. My only son was killed in January 2005 by a Meth head. i wish to be as fit as Chris was at 31.

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Adam Klein February 8, 2010 at 3:26 pm

I am brand new to TACFIT. I found you through the undergroundgym.com. and Greg Mihovich who endorsed your program (which gave it instant credibility) I watched your commando training video. The statements made in the video resonated with me: 1. A training program that uses body weight only. 2. Is conducted in a small amount of space. 3. A routine designed to take a short amount of time. 4. Creates functional strength related to elasticity of the body, and health of the joints. 5. Augments fat burning processes to give the visual results most of us crave. 6. Physically healing and restorative as opposed to injurious. 7. Focus on Flow.

This training routine fits for me because I am a 44 year old father of 3 young children, a licensed psychologist in private practice (which means I sit most days). As a psychologist I help people with issues of function, while keeping an eye on how to gain higher levels of Flow. I have a surgically repaired anterior cruciate ligament from a soccer injury in 1986. I have limited time to train, do not like to go to gyms, and still play soccer as a way to challenge myself.

So I brought my computer to my basement and watched and re-watched your program again and again. And then I tried the movements. Some I could not do (tripod). Others I could do mostly or with a fair degree of success. Even though my wife and I keep a tight budget I immediately bought your program. With Mihovich’s endorsement and the way I felt mentally and physically after doing a mere fragment of your routine I was so pleased to find you out here. Thanks for all and I look forward to years of health

In the 2 days following I realized my body had been awakened.
I also had a serious knee injury playing soccer in 1986 which meant that I have 1986 surgery. I tried your training techniques and a bunch of things happened.

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Patrick Ivy February 8, 2010 at 3:27 pm

In all honesty I don’t know that it is. Send me a deluxe edition and I’ll document step by step why its the best program…is it the best program?

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Wayne O’Brien February 8, 2010 at 3:28 pm

I am a police officer, a father of 2 very active boys and an Air Force Reservist. All 3 of these areas demand lots of energy and fitness……

Currently I struggle to keep up with my kids, my trainees and my troops…….

Tacfit Commando will enable me to stop trying to keep up and instead make THEM keep up with ME…!! :-)

I love my clubbells dearly, but sadly they’re not able to go everywhere with me.

Using Tacfit Commando will allow me to be as fit & healthy as I should be and also be the example I should be to those I lead and look up to me.

Regards

Wayne

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Steve O’Neill February 8, 2010 at 3:30 pm

“Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?”
Because it’s more than just fitness, isn’t it? It’s about high level real world preparedness. It’s about training the body to train the mind and training the mind to train the body and all of that to make the world a better place one brick at a time.

George Herbert’s phrase “To be strong, to be useful.” Is the compass I go by. This applies not only to what a good citizen of the planet can do, but what they can pass on.

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Randy Reinholdt February 8, 2010 at 3:30 pm

Hi Scott..I’m a 46 yr old..Paramedic and I will be going into surgery for a blown left knee(2nd time) in a few days..Have always enjoyed Tim Larkin’s Programs and have had to use his training at my work on more than several occasions..When he forward your program to me and I had a look at the videos and had a read.I was very impressed not only with the movements,but how it would be very applicable in my rehabilitation after my surgery..Like mostly everyone on here I too have an extensive background in martial arts..But mostly street combat..I work in one of the poorest and drug ridden areas in Vancouver Canada and has the highest crime rate and violent rate of any Canadian city..on any given day My partner and I are in harms way..I’m a big believer in keeping in top physical and mental shape because one never know when a situation presents itself where I will have to be prepared to handle an unexpected life threatening incident..I know your program would be a tool that will help build my mental and physical ability and bring me home safe at the end of the day
Thanks and all the best

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Barry Selby February 8, 2010 at 3:31 pm

TACFIT is the solution that I’ve been searching for that fits my life and will transform my life. I have a very mobile lifestyle which requires adaptability and flexibility. I’ve been off track with fitness for a long time with the excuses that I needed the right equipment, the right gym, and the right timing to get fit. TACFIT Commando Series eradicates all three excuses and puts me in charge easily and directly. Being a life coach I get to pass this gift on to my clients as well, so your amazing product will touch many lives. Thank you for creating this.

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Joel February 8, 2010 at 3:34 pm

Hi Mate,
After a debilitating injury suffered whilst in the Royal Australian Navy and with a wife and three small girls under the age of 6, I could really use one of the Tacfit commando deluxe packages to help with getting back to somewhere like my former self. I don’t have the money for weights or the time for gyms. My wife and I are both keen to get fit and active in 2010 and this programme would change our lives and benefit my girls(not to mention my self esteem). I know that a lot of service men and women will be asking for this but my accident was in 2001 and I have felt ‘left out’ or forgotten like so very many of Australia’s injured service personnel.
Thanking you in advance.
Joel Sadleir

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David Ferraloro February 8, 2010 at 3:38 pm

I am a 28 year old fitness fanatic, i work hard at the gym, i played aussie rules football at a social level… I believe i am very strong mentally, and this was tested early 2009 when i shattered by fibula, 4 months later i was bitten by a white tail spider which almost spread to my bloodstream.
It has taken me 6 months to run again, and I am now a personal trainer, put on the most lean body weight i have ever managed to put on… and super fit…
Since tacfit i have taken my training to a new level i never thought was possible, using the tacfit elite edition will help me to reach my ultimate goals, and also provide me with the right tools to take my personal training to a whole new level and help the millions of people out there looking for that healthy lifestyle and fit body…

Thanks for everything.

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Mark February 8, 2010 at 3:40 pm

I’m 54 yrs old and have a 12 yr. old grandson that I take care of, he is full of energy and is always on the go. I have let myself get out of shape over the last 10 yrs and could really use a program like this to get back in shape, my grandson could use it too, he plays travel baseball in Fl. and the competition is very stiff, I know a program like this would really help him get to the next level. We both try to work out but our time is short, so this program would get us there quick.

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Aatif Qureshi February 8, 2010 at 3:41 pm

TACFIT compliments my lifestyle perfectly. I participate in mutiple sports and I am always on the go. I need something that can assist me fitness wise for my various sports (Ju-jitsu, table tennis, Go-Kart Racing, GS Sport) and deliver results anytime, anywhere. TACFIT is that product. Secondly it is designed by the best in the business (Sonnon & Murdock) so I know I am in good hands.

Thank you CST!

Aatif Qureshi

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Siamak February 8, 2010 at 3:53 pm

I am always on the go. And finding gyms and equipments are not the best way to get a workout. And I am tired of all the regiments out there requiring all sorts of stuff to carry with you. I always thought there has to be ways to keep fit that is practical and useful if one should find themselves in a hairy situation. What I also found interesting is that in your introductory 4 workout videos, some of the workouts resembled the workout employed in the Ancient Persian Workouts, that are still practiced today as a traditional ancient workout. I look forward to finding out more.

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Garrett February 8, 2010 at 3:53 pm

Now that TACFIT is endorsed by TFT’s Tim Larkin AND the Israeli Special Forces, then it is more than good enuff for me !!
Between the matchless TACFIT Commando program of which there is nothing else like it, as I can see from the sample instructional videos and TFT, I can now veritably become a “Bionic Six Million Dollar Fighting Man” – thanks to Scott & Alex and to Tim.

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Robb February 8, 2010 at 3:54 pm

Hi Scott
I’m a tell it as it is guy! You sound like that to… 3yrs ago my wife stayed home from a picnic with me and our 5 boys,we came back she was gone.She trick us by coming home two days later. Just to take the boys and everything we had while I was at work! I teach Muay Thai and work as a Natural Pathic Therapist,She ran away with our 5 boys and with a drug dealer… I have not seen 4 of my boys now for over a year and half!!! If you are anything like me you could realize how hard this is for me not to go and just take my boys back.I tought on a much smaller scale then you,local police ,guards,special tac groups as well as public.Since this ,I have to show so much control because she has every one believing that I’m some kind of nut.I have not lost my control as of to date.But I need some thing!!! You said some thing that sparked me in your letter of you going throw real life hard ship DO or Die. you had said that this training will help you push past the EMOTIONAL crap,so you don’t wear down. This is were I need your system! to help put life back into me. I am so drained emotionally that psycialy I can’t do the things I used to ..I stopped teaching :( that also is killing me.I only have 1 boy out of 5 in 3 yrs of fighting the agentices . I can’t stop fighting for what is right!I won’t quite ! BUT I NEED HELP. from what you said this will give me that edge I need to keep go one foot in front of another… Thanks for your time Robb.

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Rob Godfrey February 8, 2010 at 3:58 pm

Tacfit Commando is the perfect solution for my needs because I have tried so many different conditioning programs over the years and have a pretty good idea of what works for me and what doesn’t. The first thing that stood out for me when I watched the sample movie clips was the awesome functional movements and as I train athletes a lot of the time on the sports field including my young son who’m I train at home etc. I am always looking to adjust from regular strength Conditioning & speed based type routines to a more functional movement pattern and functional core training movements. Seeing Coach Steer demonstrate springboard tripod for instance looked just awesome and I can just imagine the benefits myself and my athlete son could derive from such a program.

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Bryan February 8, 2010 at 4:03 pm

My fitness needs are simple…..
1) Kick the s@%* outta the youngsters that dare step in the cage or on the mat with me (I’m 40)
2) Make anyone who opposes me pay a very heavy price if they don’t bring their A game.

That’s it…..I don’t need much ;-}

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TORAO February 8, 2010 at 4:04 pm

THIS IS VERY INTERESTING MY FREND..THE MARTIAL ARTS IS A LIFETIME STUDY. IT´S NOT A MATTER OF MONTHS OR YEARS, IT´S FOR ALL LIFE..WHEN YOU DO SOMETHING, YOU SHOULD BURN YOURSELF COMPLETELY, LIKE A GOOD BONFIRE, LEAVING NO TRACE OF YOURSELF..I LIKE YOU PRESENTATION BECAUSE DO NOT CRITICIZE ANY OF THE OTHER MARTIAL ARTS, YOU KNOW SPEAK ILL OF OTHERS ,SURELY COMES BACK TO YOU..YOU WORKOUT IS GOOD BECAUSE THE DOJO IS NOT ALWAYS A PLACE, IT´S A STATE OF MIND..NEVER ARE WE AS FAR FROM THE BEGINNING AS WHEN WE START, THANKS SO MUCH FOR MY CHANCE TACFIT..

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Jim February 8, 2010 at 4:07 pm

Why Tacfit is the perfect solution for my needs? Because I will only spend my time on a programme that works. Tacfit looks like it works. Simple as that!

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Brent Coomes February 8, 2010 at 4:09 pm

One of the first reasons that it’s a perfect solution is its fiscal responsible. What I mean by this is that I don’t need any equipment or a gym membership. I run a household of five on one salary and fiscal responsibly runs high on my priorities. This leads me into my second reason the investment of my future. I have the three stages of life currently in my household, the beginning with my two children, the middle stage with me and my wife, and the later stage with my elder father. I literally see how one invests in there own future by the choices we make today. Then there is my last reason, it correlates directly to my operational readiness of my career. I’m a correctional officer and state defensive tactics instructor. This program would arm me with the preparedness that I’ve been searching for and would be better able to lead by example in ways that are light years beyond what we currently have. These are my reasons I’d be humbled to receive such a gift and in turn pay it forward.

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Gil February 8, 2010 at 4:11 pm

Everything you had said has made sense. Tacfit complements target focused training with a realistic conditioning program. The time and place of violent confrontations are often not known. Knowledge and conditioning are critical to responding to such confrontations. I have run long distances and felt the associated fatigue from such exercise. I was not ready for a violent confrontation in that condition. Tacfit makes sense.

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ralph gauthier February 8, 2010 at 4:13 pm

i am a 64 year old retired teacher who always hurts himself using weights. i have also introduced some of these exercises to my grades 4-8 boys/girls cross country team. they love them!!

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joe February 8, 2010 at 4:15 pm

I’m tired of paying for expensive gym memberships that have me waiting in line behind someone whose biceps are bigger than my waist but who is stiffer than my 90 year-old grandfather. The Bodyweight Exercise Revolution is great, but I’m looking forward to something a little harder-edged.

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Taran Rosenthal February 8, 2010 at 4:16 pm

Like many I lead a very full life. I work full time as a Staffing Manager for a mid-size catering company. This means I am both working in the office and working in the field. Catering is its own tactical exercise which demands physical strength, endurance, the ability to improvise and adapt calmly in a high stress environment. One must do all these things with a smile on one’s face. I am also a graduate student in Classical Chinese Medicine, the leader of a spiritual community, a new dad and new homeowner. I am busier than I have ever been in my life. My physical practice, my training is the foundation upon which my center rests. I would be insane without it. I am finding it more and more difficult to train in with the intensity that I wish for and need in my life. TACFIT Commando is arriving at the perfect moment to give me a form to work as hard as I wish to in the shortest amount of time possible and receive the most pervasive benefits to all levels of my self. Thank you for all the brilliant work you are doing. It is the cutting edge of physical culture and inner work of the highest order.

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Jim February 8, 2010 at 4:19 pm

I am retired military but still PT on a daily basis. These workouts can be conducted anywhere and enjoy the bodyweight workouts that hit the entire body. I have two sons, 22 and 16; daily PT gives me the edge that I need to stay on ‘top’ of them. It also give me the energy I need to interact with my peers at work and dealing with the stress that goes along with it. Above all, the program will assist me in staying physically fit and delay the ravages of time and age. Thank you for your time.

Jim

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David Cabana February 8, 2010 at 4:19 pm

Life handed me a special ops mission I never expected. I have an autistic nine year old daughter who will never be able to care for herself. I am 52 years old, and committed to taking care of her for life. I need to stay fit, mobile, and capable as long as humanly possible. I work long hours, so time is precious. I need to train efficiently, at home. I need big results from brief training, and I can’t afford to get hurt. TACFIT sounds like it was designed for me.

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Ronald Seoane February 8, 2010 at 4:25 pm

TACFIT will indirectly help to keep my patients ready and able to perform their daily tasks. I work in a Physical Therapy outpatient clinic and also at an acute rehab unit as a Physical Therapist Assistant. By keeping me in great condition, I will be able to work more effectively to treat my patients. So, in essence, you will be helping many people, not just one person.

Thanks

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Bobby February 8, 2010 at 4:28 pm

i am just a regular guy.i have been looking for a workout routine for a while now that doesnt require weights.i blew out both of my knees and my shoulder in highschool.this looks like the perfect work out

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Pinny February 8, 2010 at 4:31 pm

TACFIT is the perfect solution for an individual who is turning 51 and hasn’t exercised vigorously since his
wife asked him not to go out for a long run (18 miler) the day she went into labor six or seven children ago. As this
individual has been seeking a routine which would provide the greatest benefit (muscular, aerobic, anerobic, flexibility) with minimal time input, TACFIT provides workout efficiency as well as diversity of movement involved.

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John O February 8, 2010 at 4:33 pm

Tacfit Commando …. Real World Skills, Real Results.

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Justin February 8, 2010 at 4:33 pm

Tacfit seems like the perfect transition for myself coming from the beachbody routines of high intensity cardio workouts. I’m extremely interested in the joint mobility work and the body flow and feel this will almost combine all aspects I’m looking for, including the beachbody intensity. I look forward to some hardwork and different movements that my body is not used to. Plus, the reset techniques have already been a huge success for myself. I’m excited to learn more.

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Derrick Mackavich February 8, 2010 at 4:38 pm

“Why is TACFIT commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?
#1.) Created and field tested by # ONE FITNESS GURU – SCOTT SONON
#2.) Origins in RUSSIAN SPETSNANZ – Epitome of efficiency in spiritual,mental, & physical survival
#3.) Available soon ( Hopefully FREE …NO really..)
#4.) It works!!! Simple, yet extremely sophisticated- i.e. it works for mere mortals!!
What else can I say without begging…hook me up!!! Let me join the tribe!!
#5.)Power & Honor!!! ( When in Rome……)

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PK February 8, 2010 at 4:39 pm

G’Day Guys,

I am only new to the TACFIT concept, i have always endeavoured to provide myself and those i train with programs and exercises which are relevant to life. I have come to the realisation that life is a battle or survival challenge, and my own experience has seen my body take a battering and since seeing the TACFIT concept i am chewing at the bit to see if this is truly what i have been searching for. Thanks for the opportunity…

PK

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Steve February 8, 2010 at 4:48 pm

Scott & Ryan,

It might seem counterintuitive to answer your question; “Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?” with “I am not sure”, but it is sincere. I have 3 sons and like most men my age I have let myself go way too far. I would like to blame an old motorcycle/injury, but honestly that is not the sole reason, I am not sure that your program is the “Perfect solution” to my needs, but what I have seen is very impressive and I trust Tim Larkin’s recommendation. I would like to set a better example for my sons.

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Corbin Baird February 8, 2010 at 4:55 pm

TACFIT Commando would be a perfect solution to my busy life. I travel over 50% for work and find myself in cramped hotels. I have used the CST training philosophy for many years and find that it is perfect for my goals, philosophy and Tacfit Commando would be a wonderful solution to my hectic schedule

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Henry February 8, 2010 at 5:01 pm

hey guys
ive seen what uve done and its incredible you’ve created something that people have been in search of for ages. Ive gone from every art around ive trained with the Shaolin monks for two years, ive done boxing, jiu jitsu, muay thai, and even kung fo but from all these arts none have been able to show me what your simple demos have.
Youre program will help to become a better fighter for good

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Dave Alianiello February 8, 2010 at 5:01 pm

I’m not a cop; I’m not in the military. I’m a 56 y/o male who knows that once you embark on a challenging program like TACFIT, you will discover the TRUTH about yourself. Period. You either commit and push towards the truth about yourself, or quit and go home. There is no middle ground. I, personally, am ready to commit…

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Michael February 8, 2010 at 5:02 pm

After seeing the initial tease of this program I believe Coach Sonnon is on to something really incredible. I have purchased many other programs just to see what many fakes have to offer only to waste my money. I became a CKM instructor a few years ago only to have two severe injuries back-to-back. So by looking at the vid’s and downloading the pdf I am convinced this is the most amazing body-weight program ever designed. To me it combines joint-mobility along with fitness movements to create an all-in-one program. I want to see and learn more since I believe that this program will get me back into the fitness level I once had without damaging my ligaments and joints any more than weights or linear types of body-weight exercises. I think that TACFIT Commando going to be a big hit! It couldn’t have come at a better time than now.

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Gillian February 8, 2010 at 5:08 pm

Why should you give me free TACFIT Commando? Well, because if I can make significant changes in my body because of your program, then you can use me as a prime example that anyone with some perseverance can make it! Its one thing to turn a twenty or thirty year old into a ripped, action ready super-athlete, but what about the rest of us?

I used to be in great shape in my twenties, but thirty years of abuse and stress, knee surgery, a torn rotator cuff and severe nerve damage to one hand, and I am lamenting the passing of my youth. The last ten years of my life I spent nursing my aging parents. Fortunately I realized I needed to cope with the stress and I took up yoga, and I am pretty good at the slower ‘calm’ yoga like Hatha and Yin. I have only recently acquired your Pranasa, and much of that is a challenge mostly because I have lost so much upper body strength over the years.

Now I realize I must do something to increase my endurance and stop bone and muscle loss… since there is no way I plan on ending up like my parents! Also, when I help teach rifle marksmanship to an army platoon in a month, it would be nice to be in as good or better shape than they are even though I will be twice their age!

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Brad Heyerdahl February 8, 2010 at 5:13 pm

Gentlemen, in a word, because at thirty-four, I’m hardly old, but to in six months be physically tested to join the Canadian Armed Forces, neither am I considered ‘young.’ The backdrop is, after becoming injured under ‘conventional’ training methods, I turned to some of your past materials and got myself fixed up. Now I see opportunity to get myself into such level of fitness that it completely outranks -no, outclasses- my calendar age. And how gratifying would it be were I to, when put to trial, instead upend their physical aptitude tests and comfortable expectations of me both!

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Michael February 8, 2010 at 5:15 pm

I think it would be the perfect solution for my needs because of what it does for you. I am already a big fan of bodyweight exercising and would love the added knowledge (skills) this program will provide.
It will add strength, flexibility, and range of motion to most all movements. Plus the added value of do anywhere, do anytime as there are not equipment requirements except for your own big butt. I just have to get it off the couch and move it to lose it.

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The Wolf February 8, 2010 at 5:15 pm

…because I have seen the alternative…because lives depend on me…because my daughters think I’m superman…because limits are for the uninspired…because there is genius in simplicity…because when my mind says go my body must never say no…because when the going gets tough, there are only two options…and I refuse to take option number two.

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Ken February 8, 2010 at 5:19 pm

Dad of 2. Get my butt whooped by the kids and can’t imagine a better way to get an upper hand on them. I need a plan from the professionals.

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william willis February 8, 2010 at 5:20 pm

Haven’t really seen much of your training; however if Tim Larkin recommends your system, it must be very
good. He is a serious and focused person in the physical venue and that is good enough for me.

William Willis

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Linda N February 8, 2010 at 5:24 pm

I am a 56 year old grandmother that has let myself get out of shape. When I saw your website it really did get me pumped up to get back into shape. I was in the military when I was younger and I have always been very active, swimming and horseback riding. I have never been so out of shape as I am now. I don’t like all the gym equipment and other things that people try to sell you, but this would be something I can sink my teeth into. I work fulltime and right now when I come home from work I can’t seem to get motivated to do much. But if I can get your program, I’d be pumped to work out. The TACFIT Commando would motivate me to get back into shape.

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Brent February 8, 2010 at 5:24 pm

I like where you guys are coming from! I think TACFIT Commando is for me. I think the “kick your own ass” approach is right for a 44 year old, weekend warrior that has spent too many years behind a desk. Even the demo videos kind of grab you by the hair and scream “Get up and do it again!”. Maybe they really reach the dark parts of your brain that call you to get moving and bristle the hair on the back of your neck to train with a purpose. In any event, I would appreciate the chance to be a great before and after story! Cheers!

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David N February 8, 2010 at 5:27 pm

I don’t have a trainer. I think gyms are alien environments where the machines have won. Lifting weights doesn’t make me a warrior and gulping powders doesn’t make me fit. Using my own body to train my own body in my own home to get me into fighting shape is the only action that makes sense. That, my friends, is my mission.

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Gene B. Geldziler February 8, 2010 at 5:28 pm

Gentlemen,
Simply put, I’m a 68 year old Vietnam Vet on a fixed income, so your giveaway is very welcomed. I’ve always stayed in shape until a head on collision with a tractor trailer in 2001 caused me to have spinal work and surgeries on my hand and shoulder. I thank G-D I’m still here. I’m mobile just not as flexible. Inflexibility may be a handicap, but I believe that following the TacFit program at my own pace would be extremely beneficial to my health and well being.
Thanks for this opportunity.
Sincerely,
Gene

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Tom February 8, 2010 at 5:32 pm

Scott & Ryan:
Due to a down turn in the industry in which I’m employed, I’m back in a job which first did 30 years old. It’s physically challenging or as I like to call it “thinking with your back” work. Although I’m not the only one in this boat I find some coworkers have resorted to whining the day away I wish to take higher road….perform the work with a smile and have something left in the tank at the end of the day. The vehicle to the higher road is TACFIT.

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Adrian February 8, 2010 at 5:33 pm

I believe Tacfit Commando will be the perfect solution for my fitness needs of a healthy, strong, pain-free and mobile body that i need to excel in sports and enjoy life. Its convenience and emphasis on functional strength is important for me as i exercise to be stronger at everything i do in my life. Nowhere else have i seen such unique exercises that train the body on so many levels at the same time. A huge variety of workouts, recovery, and diet all in one package, i am convinced Tacfit on its own will achieve all my fitness needs.

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Stephen February 8, 2010 at 5:33 pm

I am skeptical by nature and when I heard of a new body weight exercise routine I wanted to see what this is all about. What caught my attention was the “all go muscle and not show muscle.” Having served in the military I am always interested in finding a way to develop more real world strength rather than just mass. When I saw the free demonstration “Israeli Special Forces TACFIT Challenge” I instantly knew that this program will provide what it claims. This program will teach new ways to improve upon the exercises that we already know.

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Alfredo Gonzalez February 8, 2010 at 5:33 pm

I’m a teacher. My job isn’t really physical, but I do my best to move.

I’m married with five children, 2 months to 11 years old. Three of my children have turberous sclerosis. This condition has manifested itself in the form of seizures, porous teeth, and impacted my son’s heart. He faces heart valve replacement surgery in a few years. At times I suffer from depression. I am working on getting healthier for my family. It’s hard to get away to work out. TacFit is a perfect fit. No equipment and I get to be at home!

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Brett February 8, 2010 at 5:35 pm

Hi, I live in New Zealand and have been doing Intu-flow, be breathed and flow fit now from the dvd’s I brought for 6months.They have been a life saver for a sore and tired body. I have just brought Ryans clubbell black book, but am unable to get a clubbell. I’ve never had much luck with conventional weight training and have struggled to get the physique I want, but I feel that Tacfit is the answer and I enjoy doing body weight exercieses. It would be a test of how far I can push myself mentally and physically. I also hope to come to a seminar in the States oneday and become certified in CST and bring it to New Zealand. thanks.

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Mike February 8, 2010 at 5:38 pm

Hi guys! I would love to receive a copy of tacfit because I am still trying to stay in shape after 3 surgeries on my shoulders.I’m riddled with arthritis and can no longer hit the weights hard.I need to try to get the flexibility back so I can still play with my 5 year old son. I think tacfit can do just that.So I hope you will consider me thanks.

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David February 8, 2010 at 5:38 pm

Pushing 65… still have good balance and fair flexibilty, BUT I have been risking free weight momentum injuries to keep somewhat fit, and I cannot recover as quickly as years past. I watched your intro and Rick’s workout routine and I saw an injury-risk free road ahead. Control and focus! or the routines cannot be done. (The snow was a nice touch… I am a hockey player from Mn.) No MMA… No combat foreseen… no high-risk encounters expected… no committments to battle, and I plan to buy your material regardless. Extend a life … send me a freebie. I will buy one for my son who is 30 yrs. behind and has the greater need.

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Greg Felder February 8, 2010 at 5:42 pm

“Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?” Bottom line, I’m at my wits end. I’m a former Marine and at I just recently had back and neck surgeries. Limited mobility led to 45 pounds of unwanted weight game. Fitness and nutritional wise, you name it I have tried it with limited results. I have tried everything to “find that Marine” inside and I believe that this program might be what I need. I own a few Mr. Sonnon products and have always been impressed; so if he’s behind it I’m in. God Bless and Semper Fidelis. Thank you for your time.

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Brian Trennepohl February 8, 2010 at 5:44 pm

I am a 50 year old father /grandfather that has enjoyed bodyweight exercising and am looking to take it to the next level through Tacfit Commando missions. This program appeals to me do to the ability to obtain a complete work out in a limited space with out fancy equipment. It will keep grandpa flexible and strong enough to keep up/ahead of the kids.

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Sid Yoder February 8, 2010 at 5:46 pm

Getting in great shape only requires two things; information and motivation. It doesn’t take a gym membership, expensive equipment, personal trainers, etc. The motivation must come from within, or it isn’t sustainable. What people really need is the right information. TACFIT passes this “common sense” test that is so uncommon today. They provide the right information to take my athletic ability to the top. I’ve got the motivation to get in the best shape possible. I’m counting on TACFIT to give me the information I need to be in top condition, injury free, and always ready.

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Terry February 8, 2010 at 5:51 pm

This is a no bullshit program, i’m a no bullshit person, on a mission of being an elite athlete and in all walks of life. This program is what i need to assist me on my journey. to build the body for anything, the will and mental focus of a highly trained operative and the type of mental capacity and stamina longevity to not be slowed down. Coach Sonnon this is for me.

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Jay February 8, 2010 at 5:52 pm

I have studied Capoeira for 7 years. I was at the top of my class, instructing and performing. Then I was over-training. Constantly injured and exhausted I stopped a year ago to focus on my health, I believe that’s most important. I need to build and go back! I have tried many training principles from the East and West but none met the requirements. The Capoeira “roda” is a demanding environment requiring repeated short bursts of intense energy as well as strength, control, awareness, creativity and most of all spirit. TACFIT Commando is EXACTLY what I’m looking for!

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Dave February 8, 2010 at 5:54 pm

TACFIT Commando is the perfect solution for me because I am usually on travel for business at least 320 days of the year. Most of the places where I work are remote areas where gyms are not readily available. Therefore the ability to get a high quality workout without weights or equipment would be perfect for me. The bonus of being able to complete that high quality workout in a short period of time would greatly improve my ability to work it into my busy schedule. Truthfully, I need something exactly like this. My schedule and travels have had a negative affect on my fitness level and I need to do something to compensate for that fact before it affects my health. After all, I want to be around for my daughter for years to come.

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Marc February 8, 2010 at 5:55 pm

Hi Scott & Ryan.
TACFIT Commando will be THE final Physical training program for me!
I am looking for a program that will accomplish the following:
1) Push me to develop the best, most advanced healthy physique
2) Make me believe daily that I am reaching the greatest results.
3) Be the best 2010 Before and After spokesperson for TACFIT.

Thanks! Good luck with the roll-out!

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Curt February 8, 2010 at 5:59 pm

In 2008 my girlfriend of nearly 10 yrs was diagnosed with cancer and required immediate surgery, followed by chemo and radiation. We have both always been fitness minded and the last year and a half have been very challenging for obvious reasons as well as having to deal with not being able to perform at a level we were both used to and the amount of time and energy something like this takes from you. The Tacfit Commando program looks to be a spark to ignite the fire again. The idea of pain free progression to an even higher level of fitness sounds like the perfect solution for us.

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Bill February 8, 2010 at 6:09 pm

Frankly, I need a program like this to help me do the things I need to do to assist in getting healthy again. I am a post heart attack, over-weight middle aged man who wants to be around for his kids and I just have not been able to exercise properly at the gym. I am an inwardly focused person, so don’t like the gym dynamic. I am tired of the way I feel and am looking for a transcendent method to help me change. If you help me by providing the guidance, I will demonstrate the effectivness of your program by committing to do it and document the results. A win-win for us both.

Thanks for listening. Bill

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TONY WILDHORSE February 8, 2010 at 6:09 pm

I M 51 YEAR OLD . 85% HEARING LOSS NEED CONFIDENT MAYBE THIS DVD IS MY HOPE .

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Swee Teck, Seow February 8, 2010 at 6:12 pm

As a Martial Artist, it is very important to develop functional strength like the warriors in the ancient days. If you cannot move your own body weight through space, how are you going to win in the street against multiple opponents when there are no rules and the fight must be over in a matter of seconds ? I have been there, done that and survive. I know what I’m talking about. You need to survive before you can win and functional strength is your best bet. All the training in the gym will only make you bulky and slow you down. Those stuff are for pretty boys not for people who wants to survive in the streets.

From the video clip, I’m sure TACFIT fits my bill. I can smell a good one miles away. It will definitely shape you up and get you fighting fit in a very short time. If it works for warriors, you can’t go wrong!

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Norman R. Ramos February 8, 2010 at 6:21 pm

I am a 57 year old economist who often travels to sensitive areas in the Philippines and in the Asia Pacific area. In the Philippines my wife and I have CCWs for self-defense. But in other countries, we have to rely on our alertness, agility and physical fitness to get away or defend ourselves in tricky and dangerous situations. having looked into your sample system, I think that it would be appropriate for our needs. The system is not time-consuming, the exercise can be done by anybody and it has