Coach Sonnon ROPE Video Conference

Finally, a simple, portable and inexpensive equipment alternative that STILL allows you to train anywhere, anytime! Backed up by Coach Sonnon’s new program, a simple piece of rope turns almost any environment into your own private gym — without the sweat, the crowds and the expensive memberships.

And for those who commit to this exciting new program before the end of day — Friday May 21st — will also secure access to an exclusive video coaching session with Coach Sonnon. This closed door session will provide an intimate venue to ask Scott all your burning questions about ROPE and how you can get the most out of it in your own training.

Coach Sonnon doesn’t even accept this kind of consultation anymore due to the demands on his time. So make sure you don’t miss out on this rare opportunity. Act now, tomorrow will be too late…

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For Only $49

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For more information about TACFIT ROPE you can visit:
http://www.tacfitcommando.com/tf-rope

{ 18 comments… read them below or add one }

Lynn Peters May 21, 2010 at 6:04 am

I aak unable to vIew the video conference replay. Is there another link available?
Thanks,
Lynn

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Eric Ericksen May 23, 2010 at 8:48 pm

Hi Coach,
Enjoyed your conference very much.
Nice comments about fatigue will force you to lay flat out even while in combat ready state.

Can you leek any more info about the Spetsnaz Kettlebell program? ( cant wait)
Also – I have supported all efforts since around 1991 – the whole ROSS – to RMAX _ Clubbells _ Presara and all associates endeavors as well.

I was out of country – unable to purchase MASS ASSAULT.
Might there exist a way to buy that direct to plug into Commandotacfit and ROPE.
I am real dis appointed to have missed out – after being so very loyal.
Respectfully
Eric

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admin May 24, 2010 at 7:33 pm

Eric,
SPETSKB: we’ll have announcements soon.
TFMA: we’re working on solutions to your request.
Thanks for your patience and loyalty!
Who Dares Wins,
Scott Sonnon
http://www.flowcoach.tv

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JLMA October 24, 2010 at 6:43 am

do TACFIT Commando and/or ROPE provide guidelines to follow after one completing the program/s?
in order to maintain results, is one supposed to keep at the 3-month program over and over?
ThANKS!
JLMA

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admin October 24, 2010 at 10:28 am

JLMA,

Commando schedules out to 9 months of new programs, alone.

Who Dares Wins,
Scott Sonnon

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JLMA November 6, 2010 at 8:54 pm

is it OK to do “TACFIT Commando” over and over as long-term mental-&-body fitness?

thanks
JLMA

David Craig May 26, 2010 at 9:40 am

Why have you not sent out emails to existing TACFIT customers about the R.O.P.E. program? Was there a special price for existing TACFIT users that I missed out on? Please keep me posted on new products.

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JLMA December 2, 2010 at 1:05 pm

Scott:
In order to prevent lower-back pain/strain, I need to stretch/exercise my lower-back regularly.

Do the NO/LOW/MODERATE/HIGH Commando & Rope exercises (which I am already following) address my lower-back (and, thus, that I do not need to do non-tacfit conditioning for my lower back)? Or is this assumption not correct and I need lower-back-specific exercises?

Thank you!
JLMA

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admin December 3, 2010 at 7:37 am

We cannot answer those questions. That is a medical question. You should address this with a sports physician as “stretching” the lower back is generally considered dangerous. The LB needs stability. So, if “stretching” was prescribed, then it’s a medical issue which an exercise program is not designed to address.

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JLMA December 3, 2010 at 8:44 pm

Your answer makes sense.
I actually never consulted a physician, and was never prescribed LB stretching.

Let me finally ask this:
do Commando &/or Rope provide STABILITY and STRENGTH to the Lower Back?

very grateful,
JLMA

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admin December 4, 2010 at 11:29 am

Yes, JLMA, they do. I suggest Commando for strength first. Then stability with Rope.

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JLMA December 7, 2010 at 7:35 pm

Scott,
I purchased COMMANDO & ROPE a few weeks ago, and now I am considering MASS/ASSAULT too. Can you help me w/ these 2 questions, please?
[1] have you come up w/ a way to integrate COMMANDO+ROPE+MASS/ASSAULT into a regular schedule/calendar (rather than randomly switching from one program to the others)? and if, so, is such schedule accessesible to current clients?
[2] will we need ONLY one pair of dummbels for the entire MASS?ASSAULT program? or does one have to eventually switch to a heavier set of dummbells?
thanks once more!
JLMA

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admin December 8, 2010 at 7:12 am

JLMA,

Once Warrior releases, I will be releasing a deciphering calendar for those who wish to hybridize their TACFIT missions. The optimal result comes from completing a full mission without distraction or delay.
In Phase I of Mass Assault, you’ll only need one pair of dumbbells – approximately 12-16kgs each. In Phase II of Mass Assault, you’ll need a medicine ball – approx. 7-8kgs in weight.

Who Dares Wins,
Scott Sonnon

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JLMA December 8, 2010 at 2:27 pm

Thanks Scott!
Where do I find more info about WARRIOR? what is WARRIOR?
Is there a more appropriate TACFIT-customers’ forum for my/our questions, other than this blog page? ;-))
Or, is it OK to post questions/comments here?
I appreciate your replies!
JLMA

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admin December 8, 2010 at 3:31 pm
admin December 8, 2010 at 5:08 pm

JLMA,

1. I will be releasing a hybridized mission calendar for periodizing TACFIT missions.
2. Begin with a pair of 15-25lbs dumbbells, but start light.

Who Dares Wins,
Scott Sonnon

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JLMA December 12, 2010 at 5:35 am

Scott,
I was considering periodizing tacfit-COMMANDO+ROPE+MASS/ASSAULT.
however, since ROPE and MASS/ASSAULT both provide SIZE & STRENgTh, should I just periodize one of these (ROPE or MASS/ASSAULT) w/ COMMANDO?
Thanks!
JLMA

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admin November 7, 2010 at 12:49 pm

JLMA,

That is the ultimate goal of the course.

Who Dares Wins,
Scott Sonnon

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