I CRUSHED TACFIT

Hey, I want to have some fun with my friends over at TACFIT.

I need your help on this mission.

I have personally been pretty lax these days when it comes to actually training.  Some of you know I am in the midst of re-writing my own fatness fitness program.

Let’s just say with 3 kids (all under 6), a growing online and very established offline nutrition business, consulting to many organizations and sitting on several boards of directors all the while over the last 12 years sorting my way in and out and through partners that lack the long term vision and the pain threshold I put myself thru has needless to say wreaked havoc on my body and fitness.

Sure I am more fit than most, but reality is I am totally unfit and nowhere near where I want to be, let alone mention it to you… but I am NOT fit, just OK.

Why do I tell you all this?

I am going to grab the free TACFIT Israeli Special Forces Workout and put it to the test tonight myself.

I encourage you to do the same.

Your Mission if you choose to accept it:

Grab Your FREE TACFIT Video and Workout >> www.GetTACFIT.info

Watch the Israeli TACFIT Video and Read the Workout

Attack the Israeli Special Forces Workout Tonight and Report Back with a Comment Below.

I am going to do the same and report back to you.  The mission is mine…

Will You Accept This Mission to
CRUSH the TACFIT Workout?

www.GetTACFIT.info

Get it before the FREE Video and Workout are gone!

CRUSH this Workout and Leave A Comment Below.

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  1. steve
    8 years ago

    I will be the first to say that this program is great. It combines warmup and recovery routines which most programs overlook but a necessity in training.

    It will improve your speed, agility and its just fun! The workout will fit into any schedule you have. It will be hard for everybody as you are teaching your body to move like it has never moved before. Bodyweight this time does not equal easy LOL.

    Great job Scott and [Brandon] GREAT JOB!


    • steve
      8 years ago

      Oops its Patrick not Brandon. Sorry LOL


    • Patrick
      8 years ago

      No problem, the TACFIT team are just this side of beyond genious!


    • Patrick
      8 years ago

      Thanks Steve, I appreciate the feedback. Just like you I am pretty impressed with the warm up, cool down and workout.

      I agree “for once, bodyweight does not mean easy, LOL”


  2. Patrick
    8 years ago

    OK so I have to report in. I did the TACFIT challenge and I wanted to be the first to say “I CRUSHED TACFIT” but the reality is they CRUSHED me.

    It was pretty rough trying some of those moves the first time without even practicing and man its was ugly.

    I shot some video on this and will get it up and ready for you later today.

    If you got the manual, you know the goal is to do 20 1 minute rounds. Each round has 4 exercises and you need to do 2 reps of each within 1 minute. Sounds easy… its NOT!

    I got 12 out of 20 as full qualified rounds.

  3. Good day….my comment is….. Because business man has a full time schedule there is no way of inserting fitness programs to there hectic schedule…..But with A little planning goes a long way and the proper mindset will allow you to go with the flow for the rest of it.

    My question is how would it be possible for inserting Fitness Program for Business Travelers?

    Thank you for this wonderful blog,for the info it was so great. I am looking forward for your next blog,good job and keep up the good work.


    • Patrick
      8 years ago

      George, that is a very valid point that busy business people don’t often have the time for fitness. Let me first say this famous quote “if you do not find time for fitness, you will have to make time for death” – Anonymous

      That said, I totally usderstand your position. I used to train 1-2 hours 3-5 days a week and go mountain biking several days a week for 1-2 even 4 and 8 hour treks. I haven’t done that for a few years now… mostly due to business and the “BUSI”ness of the word and work.

      I am now implementing what I call a comeback… its rather simple during the first stage where I am forcing myself to be “active” with anyworkout I can do in 20-30 minutes, mostly bodyweight and bands like some of the workouts I promote. I look forward to getting back to my old school (which was very modern cutting edge) weight training.

      George I suggest a few programs if you need one or just go be active, do anythign you can at a high pace for 20 minutes, non stop.

      Here are 2 bodyweight programs I can stand behind adn take only 20 minutes while giving me a real gut busting workout.

      1. Turbulence Training – 20 minute bodyweight programs
      2. TACFIT Bodyweight Commando Workouts

      I have used and still use Turbulence Training and am currently incorporating TACFIT into my crazy, busy, travelling and working schedule.