Win A FREE TACFIT Commando Deluxe Deployment Kit (contest closes at 11:59 pm on Friday)

The main thrust of our operation is just days away. Our mission has been confirmed. We will officially launch the latest version of TACFIT Commando on Tuesday July 20th, 2010, at 12:01 am.

But you don’t have to wait until then to engage the program…

An opportunity has come up for an advanced recon party to go in ahead of the main force. We’re only taking volunteers for this mission, so listen up…

Today we’re giving away THREE sets of the TACFIT Commando ‘Deluxe Deployment Kit’—entirely for FREE!

It will only take a few minutes of your time to enter. The details are at the bottom of this post. Of course we wouldn’t expect you to fight over this without knowing what’s up for grabs…

We’ve DECLASSIFIED the contents of TACFIT Commando. If you didn’t see the full dossier yesterday, you can find it at these coordinates:

http://www.tacfitcommando.com/declassified

We’ve never come across a downloadable program that offers such a wealth of content—and nothing of the quality that you’ll get with TACFIT Commando.

Here’s how you can qualify to win one of the 3 insider pre-release prizes.

How to Win

-
Just leave a short 100 – 200 word message for us in the comments section below, telling us…

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

No matter how you cut it, the special price we’re giving you for TACFIT Commando in just a few days makes it an outstanding deal. That being the case, we’re not considering entries that cite solely financial reasons to award these FREE copies of the program. Instead, we’d like you to inspire us. We’ve come up with three categories that we’ll use to judge each entry.

We’ll award one Deluxe Deployment Kit per category.

1. Most inspirational reason.
2. Most exciting story.
3. Most shocking or outrageous reason.

You have until Friday July 16th at 11:59 pm EST to post your entry. The comment section will be closed at midnight.

Scott Sonnon and his most trusted TACFIT Team Leaders will personally sift through every single response before Sunday at 12:01 am EST to choose the 3 winners.

If you win, you’ll be notified by email and given special access to download the complete TACFIT Commando package.

Check your email on Sunday morning. You may just have a copy waiting for you — FREE!

Good luck!

PS – Don’t miss the INSIDER DEAL that awaits you on Tuesday at 12:01 am EST…
…when you’ll also have a chance to grab several EXCLUSIVE FAST ACTION bonuses.

{ 506 comments }

James Mason July 15, 2010 at 12:52 pm

Dear Tacfit,
I am a Captain at a small fire department in rural Washington State. In the 20 years of my employment, I have seen our call volume more than double with no increase in personnel. More disturbingly, I am seeing signs of a degenerating work force of firefighter/medics. Personally, I’ve had back and knee surgeries in the last 2 years from OTJ injuries. These injuries are becoming more and more common. We are left with three options, 1) Don’t go on anymore calls (not possible), 2) Hire more people (not probable) or 3) help our current workforce become more fit for the work.
While some members of our department are committed to physical readiness, most are not. I am in the beginning phases of helping our department catch the vision of great physical fitness, but could sure use some help.
Thanks
Capt. James Mason
Port Angeles Fire Department
Port Angeles, Washington.

Sonny James July 15, 2010 at 12:53 pm

My office is 35,000-40,000 feet in the air. My job requires me to be both tactically and physically proficient. The fight can come from anyone, anywhere at any time. Failure is NOT an option. I need a program that can be done anywhere I am, and keep me mission-ready at all times. I need a program that continually challenges me and builds endurance and strength under stress loads. I need a program that will last my lifetime. I need a program that will prepare me beyond what is necessary; beyond my enemy’s capabilities. At six miles up, I need to be prepared. I need Tacfit Commando!

Heath Brown July 15, 2010 at 1:07 pm

I will be taking command of a Light Infantry Rifle Company within the next few months. I will eventually lead these men to face their greatest physical feats. I owe it to these men to develop the BEST training in the limited time that we will have to prepare. I have followed your philosophy and training principles for some time now, and believe that TACFIT will serve my men as the BEST training I could pass on. I understand the large impact that physical preparation has on the difference between life and death in combat; I want to be able to have a photograph (post-deployment) of the same men that I start with … a very realistic goal achieved by hard-as-nails smart training.
P.S. I would be honored if you could be a guest speaker combat-mindset and philosophy. Thanks for your daily wisdom.

stephen July 16, 2010 at 10:18 am

Heath
Good Morning. By command, I assume you are a Captain. I spen 4 years with the 10th Mtn (Light Infantry). You are right, being an officer you must be in as good as shape or better than your men. My experience is that in a light infantry line company, fitness is the foundation of how you are percieved. Lead by example, be humble and listen to your 1st sgt/Lts/Plt Sgts, but as their leader seeking their valuable input. Your respect for them will go a long way. My best wishes for you in your command. You may find yourself in Afganastan or Iraq…so again, my best wishes to you. I have been in many mortar attacks, a few ambushes and firefights. I am greatful for the life I now have. Bring your men home safe. They will respect you for your sacrifices…it is just a fact that there is an us/them relation ship between officers and enlisted, but as their leader, serve them (and of course our country/prioritizing the mission) and they will be their best for you (don’t over do it though, keep it real, just prove that you are there to lead, and not as a stepping stone to your next rank). You are also right – fitness is extremely vital for so many reasons. It is foundational for the rest of your skills in action.

Guy July 15, 2010 at 1:23 pm

I am completing my master’s in physical therapy. I plan on specializing in neurological rehabilitation. I could use the exercises from Tacfit commando to not only maintain my health while I am busy at the clinic but also to radically improve the quality of life of my clients whom I will be seeing post-stroke or head injury. For many of these people, the ability to return home or to work (vs. going to a long-term care facility or being at home on disability), is completely dependant on their ability to correctly judge their new physical limitations. Physical therapy in its current state, only has a handful of methods of teaching people how to move their bodies to improve strength, endurance and coordiation. You’ve developed a resource that can be used by all when properly applied. I already used some of the Israeli tacfit commando challenge exercises while on rotation. In 10 days, one could see clients regaining coordination (indicating that we quickly taped into the neural plasticity post-brain injury) . While they clearly can not compete at the highest levels of athleticism anymore, improvements were noted in the 6 minute walk test, the berg balance scale, chedoke, and strength testing.

Further, many people in physical and occupational therapy are seeking joint mobility programs and strengthening programs which unline yoga and tai chi- do not require 60-90 minutes to complete. Again, Tacfit fits the bill.

Lastly, my bachelor’s was in Kinesiology focusing on power development for sports. By happenstance, I wound up training many members of the RCMP and Canada’s armed forces. While I was able to prepare them for the strength, endurance, stamina and agility they require to complete their duties- many who have trained with me over the years complain of soft-tissue injuries, fascial knots, getting tight while waiting for the action, and other indications that mobility was not being properly addressed. I attempted to deal with this with PNF, and dynamic strentching and foam roller work. While this addressed the symptoms- it did not solve the underlying condition. Tacfit is exactly what these guys needs.

So I don’t need it for me (though I will use it, with gratitude), I need it for who I can help with it.

Thank you.

Mario July 15, 2010 at 9:38 pm

Hi Guy
My name is Mario Schiopu. You have a very simmilar experience as myself. I believe that we also share some common believes. We do not need it for ourselfs ( we will use it anyway) but for helping others. When I can help others I have feel complete. I feel good. Just keep the good job.
Sincerely

Mario Schiopu
President @ Active Kids Healthy for Life
WKF-3 DAN-Certified Karate Instructor
Registered Sport Nutrition Advisor
Registered Holistic Nutritionist
Healthy for Life Team Leader
Certified Fitness Consultant

604 725-9002
info@myhealthychoices.com

Mike Oxford July 15, 2010 at 4:02 pm

I’ll keep this short. I’m a patrol sergeant for a small police department that, like many, has had a difficult budget to work with. One of my tasks is to help other members of the department with their wellness needs. We use to have a gym, but lost it. Some officers are beginning to see the benefit of bodyweight exercises, but they get stuck in the old elementary school calisthenic routine and see nothing but a backslide to their overall progress. I have been a fan of TacFit for some time, and wish that our department could incorporate it into our wellness plan, but as said before, there is less and less funding. My guys and gals are willing and able. We just need the opportunity, and thanks to this contest, we finally have a small chance. If you follow the Officer Down Memorial page, you will see that more and more officers are dying every year. Some from violent encounters that a good fitness level can prevent, and some from preventable heart attacks and disabilities that again a good fitness routine can prevent. I thank you for this opportunity and look forward to the program, even if we’re not a top pick!

Christopher Smith July 15, 2010 at 4:20 pm

Hi im a personal trainier in Australia and have been for 10 years. Moving away from conventional exercise was one of the best moves i ever made, especially when i comes to geting th best out of my clients, some of which are physcally and mentally handycaped adults and children. I find that exercise that involes the free movement school of thought gives them a greater awareness and over all control of there bodies ultimatly helping regain control once thought lost. I have had great sucess with modifying tacfit exercises i have seen in youtube to suit the levels and abilities of my clients. Not only are they getting better but so am i which makes my life better for me, my new wife and my 2 year old boy thomas. 11 years as a martal artist, i have found Tacfit the best in helping condition and keep my movement to a high level. This my not be shocking, inspirational but this is the truth of my situation, my life, i need not lie to win, the truth always stands apart…..yours in inspiring health and fitness.. Chris

Jason Brunson July 15, 2010 at 5:31 pm

I am not a military trainer or working on a PhD, I am just a stay at home Dad trying to find a method to get back in great shape. After blowing out my back a few years ago I let myself get very out of shape, now that I have my doctors OK I have been searching for a method to burn off my fat and get some muscle back. Tacfit exactly fits my needs, it is time compressed so I can get it done during nap time, it has recovery built in so I don’t re injure my back and it is body weight based, which I need because I can’t afford the gym or a real weight set.
I want to be a living example of health for my daughter, I won’t be able to give her much but if I can give her the tools to be healthy I have given her what she needs to be and do anything her little heart desires.
Scott, thank you for sharing your lifes work with us little guys.

Butch Trail July 15, 2010 at 5:43 pm

I spent 21 years in the United States Marine Corps but had to retire due to chronic knee pain. After three years of two orthopedic surgeons and three physical therapists agreeing I had patella-femoral syndrome (I think that must be Latin for “we don’t know what to do”) but arguing about everything else, I was forced to retire and told I should never run again. They also recommended that my exercise be limited to no more then a 30-degree bend for more then 100 reps at a time (basically a trip to the mail box and back). Instead I started the intuiflow and eventually the original TacFit program. Now I only experience any discomfort during the most demanding of programs and I am ready to step up my conditioning with the new TacFit Commando!

David Giddings July 15, 2010 at 5:49 pm

I had let myself go slowly over the years and was up to 250 lbs (on a 6ft frame). I had gotten in a rut and really didn’t care enough about my health to take care of myself. After my father passed away, I realized that life is short and I was wasting it. I also met the lady that is now my wife. Those events inspired me to start to take care of myself. Besides resuming in earnest my martial arts training, I began to use Kettlebells, Flow Fit, and BER to get myself into shape. I lost 30 lbs in a few months. Then the birth of my baby girl gave me the additional motivation to keep going. I’ve since lost an additional 10 lbs. With the assistance of TacFit, I plan to lose at least 10 more lbs. Scott, Ryan, et al., your programs are helping me to be a better husband and father. Thank you.

Jason Santiago July 15, 2010 at 6:00 pm

Thanks for the chance to comment and try for the prize! I am just a normal guy, but I know I need enhanced, effective training. I have been training in MA for years but like so many I neglected my fitness, settling for “just good enough”. Last year I began training in BJJ to help my groundwork, and while it has done that helped tremendously, more importantly its exposed many weaknesses. In addition to this I’ve recently become a bouncer, entering into a new phase of training. In a short time I’ve now seen my first real action, and while “so far so good” it has exposed me to the holes in my physicality and training. Having seen clips of Mr. Sonnon and his training, I know I will be doing myself and those I protect a disservice by not being in the best shape I can be. I need to be as tactically ready as possible, not because I am an elite operator, far from it. But because I live in this real world, and because I’ve chosen to do my best to protect myself, my loved ones and even strangers under my watch when I am working. Danger is real, regardless of the source, and I NEVER want my reason for failing being something I CAN control, namely my own fitness. TACFIT will help me be the change I need to be. There’s no reason I can’t do this, I hope that I can implement this program to be my best!

Thank you.
Jason Santiago

Chris Bevan July 15, 2010 at 8:13 pm

I can’t really compete with the caliber of the individuals who have left comments thus far. They all seem equally valid in their goals. I myself am just your average joe who has tried for year and just can’t get the weight off enough to be considered anywhere near fit. I recently attempted kettlebell routines but am more in need of exactly what you have to offer: no equipment necessary beyond what you might purchase for the cost of a coffee from starbucks. Your attitude in the videos has been first class and offers such enthusiasm, I am confident I could use your guidance to make it to the top.

Wain July 15, 2010 at 8:15 pm

I’ll be upfront, I am out of shape, and have been for years. Part of it was caring for my ex-wife. She is disabled. Now that I am no longer with her I need to get back in shape. The main reason is I want to chase younger women and need to be able to perform from a base of strength and virility I work a lot of hours and need a program that does not take a lot of time. I have custody of the kids and they need my attention also. Now whether I get a free kit or not, I am following this program.

michael takano July 15, 2010 at 8:19 pm

i am the owner/operator of 2 fitness kickboxing facilites. i have hundreds of dedicated members that rely on me and my awesome staff to help them attain their health & fitness goals. the results that our members achieve is absolutely inspiring. this is what keeps us all motivated.

the staff meets every week to discuss how we can introduce new, interesting, fun and effective ways to continue to push our members to achieve new levels. your tacfit workouts are AWESOME!

we all agree that once we can master your intense, fun and results-producing workouts, all of our members will achieve fitness heights that never dreamed imaginable.

our members are not elite atheletes. they are people who are looking to maximize their workouts and get to their health & fitness & life goals.

we are indeed privileged and humbled to be a part of each and every one of the people that trust us to help them achieve all of their goals.

thank you guys for sharing your secrets.

in fitness & health,
michael

Jason Tang July 15, 2010 at 8:20 pm

I am currently in my last year of high school studies, meaning that I have very little time to do any exercise. Since TACFIT only takes about an hour a day, it is perfect for my needs due to time constraints

Regards
Jason Tang

Stephen July 15, 2010 at 8:23 pm

I work as a database administrator in Belltown, Seattle. It is a sedentary job, but I walk every day on my breaks at work. I’ve seen stabbings, just-missed shootings, and even been hit by a car. I have a long commute and young children that combine to make getting to the gym a challenge, at best.
Now, I need a new challenge. I want to be the badass I know I am on the inside. I want to have the crazy people think twice when they look at me. I want the control under pressure and muscle recovery I believe only TACFIT can provide. I want to give my wife the phsyique she deserves to wrap her arms around, and I want to have the arms that make her go, “Oooh!”
I need a workout I can do on a regular basis with no special gear and no gym membership and requisite travel time. TACFIT is what I have been looking for but unable to find. Now I have found it and I am ready to get going.

Mark Teta July 15, 2010 at 8:23 pm

Dear Tacfit,

My name is Mark Teta. I am 19 years old and.trying to get into the u.s army I believe tacfit will help me become mentality and physically prepared for the army and on top of that I do not have time for a gym because I am working 14 hours a day to help bring money into my house because my mom just had a heart attack and stroke so I am helping out as much as I can and trying to pass the asvab test but I would love to win this cause it would help me and my country in so many ways but thanks for reading take care guys you are awesome fair well take care

Adam J. Van Slyke July 15, 2010 at 8:23 pm

TACFIT Commando I believe would be the perfect companion for my needs. I have my BS in Athletic Performance (now exercise science). I am currently preparing for my CSCS (Certified Strength & Conditioning Coach) from the National Strength & Conditioning Association. I work full time for the National Guard. As you are aware, body weight exercises are the most ideal exercises for military members because of their versitility in use and ease in implementation. My additional duties include being the Weight Control Program NCO and so not only is exercise programming part of my duties so is nutritional education. Both of these added responsibilites are aided through this TACFIT Commando. Also, I hold the Level 3 Combatives Certification and so for myself and the soldiers I train, this program appears to be right on target to give some value added exercises to improving soldiers physiques. By incorporating this program for myself I will also be able to give extra clout to my advise by “being the example as a product of my own production” and lead by Being, lead by Knowing, and lead by Doing!

Jake S. July 15, 2010 at 8:24 pm

Dear Tacfit,

I’ve been in bad shape for my entire life. This last year has been a revelation with a different lifestyle in terms of eating, working out with kettlebells and changing how I face life.

However, even with the changes, I know that I need to step it up and be who I was meant to be. I want to be the person who can deal physically with whatever happens in life, and I think tacfit is it.

I want the opportunity to lose the weight [over 60-70 pounds at this point], become fit, understand recovery, and be able to do anything I can, rather than sitting on the sidelines because I’m fat.

I won’t lie, there are financial reasons for me wanting it, but I’m more interested in getting better in terms of fitness, in terms of mobility, and improving my physical game. I want to spend the next 50-60 years living life, instead of being crushed beneath it.

Thanks for your time,
Jake

Brandon Mahony July 15, 2010 at 8:25 pm

I am a guitarist. As a musuician, most of my time is spent on the road, travelling to and from various towns, cities and countries. Fitness has ALWAYS been a big part of my life, but as of late it is very hard to stay fit and keep in shape when you are surrounded by the “party” lifestyle. I dont drink, I dont smoke, I dont do drugs and I eay healthy, but even so, constantly being away from a gym has certainly taken its toll. TacFit sounds like the answer I have been waiting a very long time for. In 25 years time, my current lifestyle would have no doubt left me with 2 deaf ears and arthritis in my hands and fingers, I would like to be able to look back on it all and still know that I still managed to get through it all while slogging my guts out on one of the most advanced exercise programs on the market. Thankyou for this opportunity.

robert July 15, 2010 at 8:25 pm

Hi Guys.
a short note to let you know that i live in a town call alice springs northern territory australia where iam a first grade coach for rugby legue and also run a junior development program for the league and the junior league clubs.
as in the pass have use some of your tacfit program which i have found to be very rewarding. there fore i believe this kit will be of great benefit to me and boys from down under.
cheers robert.

Ramona July 15, 2010 at 8:25 pm

I am a working mother in my 40’s who likes to keep fit but finding less time to do so. A program where I would have a great practical fitness that doesn’t need equipment and is not hungry on time wold be excellent for keepng me fit and healthy. I love the fact that it is great for functional fitness as that is what matters in day to day life.. I’ve never been one for high reps or pointless exercises – life’s too short! I would love to use TACTFIT to maintain a great fitness base and enjoy my life with my family. Thanks for the opportunity.

Ray Green July 15, 2010 at 8:27 pm

Dear TACFIT Team-

TACFIT Commando is perfect for me because after 25 years of running in sand, crawling through water, riding around in up-armored transport, bodybuilding, bodyweight conditioning,swimming, fighting, training, and balls out pushing my body to the limits of its endurance, my aches, pains, and physical degradation all tell the tale.
Yes, in nearly 25 years of Naval service, I’ve had my heyday and thought I’d seen it pass, especially after tearing my right bicep in TWO places last November doing 1-arm chins. Enter TACFIT Commando.

While doing my tour in Iraq (2007-2008), I was introduced to Flow Fit- LOVED IT. I STILL do flow fit, but now need a tougher challenge and something to cure what ails me. Whether I pay for the program, get it at a discount, or earn one through this channel, please understand you empowering an “old school” retired Senior Chief to not only maintain his physical form, but to hopefully erase the years of damage inflicted upon it.

Your team, Coach, is simply amazing and the products you’ve put together are often imitated, but never duplicated. Whatever the outcome, you’ve got a lifelong supported in me.

Kind and warm regards,

R. L. Green
MACS(SW) Ret.

Tokyo July 15, 2010 at 8:27 pm

On alternate days I am hitting the tacfit commando 4 and the tacfit “murdock” 7 exercises that you have just released – I have lost 2kgs in a week and my chronic left knee pain has all but almost disappeared.
I love the complex nature of the exercises and the fact I can get my t-shirts officially-not-just-sweaty, but dirty.
You have given these exercises to me for free AND I would like to win the deluxe pack. So in the spirit of give and take, I would like to “give back”. Got a pen gentlemen? 1) Find an APP creator for Iphone. 2) Ask them to create a rolling Tacfit commando programme with timers and video. 3) Add intensity alerts for work out days.
Lastly the music is fantastic – I am ready to eat a attack helicopter after the first few bars.
On standby in Tokyo, Sir.

Mathew Abraham July 15, 2010 at 8:27 pm

As busy working executives, we tend to get complacent on the physical activity and excercise needs of our body. We tend to sit glued to our computers, warming-up our chairs, little or not realizing that whenever we fall sick, our body is screaming and shouting out to us for a change in habits and lifestyle. But we tend to ignore these calls by conveniently going to the doctor and popping-up some pills and getting well (but only for the moment). That was a typical me till i downloaded the Coachsteer Video from Tacfit.

I am in the process of changing my lifestyle, trying do hit hard and dioing the work-outs with rigorous intensity. I can feel the energy within me, even though i get drained-out after my work-out sessions. This is the hidden energy which slowly but surely changes everything i do (the way i walk, the way i sit, the way i talk, the way i stand, the list goes on).

The Tacfit Commando Training is a perfect guide to anyone who has the desire to make it big.
The Tacfit Commando Training is a perfect guide to anyone who has the desire to go the distance.
The Tacfit Commando Training is a perfect guide to anyone who has fire in his/her belly.

The Tacfit Commando Training is a perfect guide for me because i am hungry and thirsty to see my body give me 23 hours in response to the 1 hour i give it.

david July 15, 2010 at 8:27 pm

If i get to win one of the tacfit commando program, i will diligently follow the manual and once i have shaped the commando physique, i will then do something i’ve always wanted to try. To be a strip dancer for a day on my birthday!

James Dooney July 15, 2010 at 8:28 pm

Scott

Hooyah to ya !!! Big Aussie James here, and thankfully not as big as I once was. September 2009 I weighed in at 334lb at a height of 6′ 7. Something drastic was necessary so I decided to simply Kick Ass and Take Names. Period. Over the next 6 months I lost 90 lbs and got myself back in good physical and mental shape. I used a combination of my own will power, goals, determination and selected programs ( ala Navy SEAL stuff ) t0 kick ass. Well I am very happy to achieve this goal, but realise that its yesterdays goal. Now is time for the next step. And having a look at TACFIT is like having the same warm and tingly feelings as it is for a man staring gleefully at Maria Sharapova. WE ALL KNOW HOW GOOD THAT IS !!!! I have tried a few of the exercises already and they provide such beautiful, warm, tingly feelings of, well, along with staring at young Maria…. FEELINGS OF SUCH THAT YOU ARE ACTUALLY WORKING OUT HARDCORE !!!!! Its all good man, and I am now gonna use TACFIT to make it even better.

Be fit, Be well, and Be Alive.

James.

Mike Groom July 15, 2010 at 8:30 pm

I am not in the military and do not hold a physically demanding job. I am an IT Manager on a university campus. I like to train and keep fit. I have been on the fitness band wagon for 4 or 5 years now. I have been “bodybuilding” for about 4 years and have built some muscle, but never really shed enough bodyfat to show it off. In all honesty I could lose around 40 pounds, something that I am ashamed to admit considering how “healthy and fit” I am. I have come to the realisation that lifting heavy is something that I no longer need to do (or want to do). I want to do functional training! TACFIT sprung up just at the right time. The style of training seems to be exactly what I am looking for. Accessible easy training that can be performed anywhere. The ability to train with intensity with limited equipment is where I am headed. I am ready for a change, I am ready to change. TACFIT could be that turning point in my training.

Bruce Len July 15, 2010 at 8:31 pm

I run a small HVAC company and teach self protection on the side. Since I have started Tacfit, I am finding it MUCH easier to be able to do my work properly, satisfy my customers and support my family much better.
I have had problems with my lower back in the past that have been so severe, that I could not get out of bed in the morning, couldn’t even roll over to save my life if necessary, and felt like a 139 years old instead of just 39. I have occasionally gotten stuck in attics and crawl spaces due to back spasms, that I have needed to be extricated from (a looooong way away from my operational days). Since I have been using Tacfit, I have never felt younger, stronger or more resilient and I almost feel like I float through attics and crawlspaces now doing the leopard crawl, even better than when I had to do the leopard crawl for real.
I am also implementing a fitness training course for my guys using Tacfit solely as the regimen, knowing what it will do for my employees in keeping them working with fewer injuries, helping them keep healthier off and on the job, and able to be better parents as well, as they will have alot more energy, and strength for themselves and their families.
My goal is to help make people (starting in my own small circle and building out) healthier, fitter, stronger and far more capable than they have ever realized, all thanks to Tacfit and Scott Sonnon

Ray Green July 15, 2010 at 8:31 pm

Dear TACFIT Team-

TACFIT Commando is perfect for me because after 25 years of running in sand, crawling through water, riding around in up-armored transport, bodybuilding, bodyweight conditioning,swimming, fighting, training, and balls out pushing my body to the limits of its endurance, my aches, pains, and physical degradation all tell the tale.
Yes, in nearly 25 years of Naval service, I’ve had my heyday and thought I’d seen it pass, especially after tearing my right bicep in TWO places last November doing 1-arm chins. Enter TACFIT Commando.

While doing my tour in Iraq (2007-2008), I was introduced to Flow Fit- LOVED IT! I STILL do flow fit, but now need a tougher challenge and something to cure what ails me. Whether I pay for the program, get it at a discount, or earn one through this channel, please understand you’re empowering an “old school” retired Senior Chief to not only maintain his physical form, but to hopefully erase the years of damage inflicted upon it.

Your team, Coach, is simply amazing and the products you’ve put together are often imitated, but never duplicated. Whatever the outcome, you’ve got a lifelong supporter in me.

Kind and warm regards,

R. L. Green
MACS(SW) Ret.

Allen July 15, 2010 at 8:35 pm

I have been looking for a way to get my 45 year old body back in shape after living with a heart condition for 20 years, give or take. I had a procedure done last year that cured my problem, but I am completely out of shape. I live in a small home so I have no room for a home gym or anything like that. TACFIT seems to be what I need. If I can get started at a slow pace and work my way up to the hard stuff with your program the challenge might keep me going. I’m no Special Ops type, but I am former military and I wish they had this kind of program back in the 80s while I was serving my country.

Greg July 15, 2010 at 8:35 pm

Hi

I like what I have seen of the program so far and think it will be of great benefit to me. I am currently training in martial arts and hoping to make a world cup team late next year. This program looks like it would help me get the edge to compete at a much higher level of capability. Yes my reasons are selfish but I do also teach other students who if I succeed will want to use the same programs I used to get there.

Thanks for the opportunity

Greg

tara kelly July 15, 2010 at 8:35 pm

well….
i am the mother of 3 great and very active boys at age 9, 5 and 19 months. as these guys keep me busy all day, especially in the summer, i need a program that gives me maximum benefit in “minimal” time. i have lost most of my “baby fat” from the last little guy, but, as i am 36, the last smidge is harder to get off. i want to look as good or better than the girls at the beach as i tote my little brood along. i would really love to give you a reason that qualifies as most outrageous, but frankly, after a fun but exhausting day, i just don’t have it in me!
happy choosing
tk

Gil July 15, 2010 at 8:37 pm

Hi,

I am an ordinary, middle age guy in my mid 50s. Due to a number of health issues over the pass 6 years I became overweight, badly out of physical shape and now have a few health challenges to contend with. As I work toward regaining my physical and emotional well being I am aware of how poorly I would be able to protect and care for myself or loved ones. Right now if I had to run away from or to a problem I would not be able to do so. I want my physical health back and I want to be confident that I can cope with life’s physical challenges including any unexpected ones. I have gone back to school full time and would also like to not look so out of shape as compared the mid 20 year olds I am surrounded by and for when I begin to re-enter the job market. Most important to undergoing an exercise routine that produces good results with minimal risk of muscle and/or joint injury.

Regards.
Gil

Grace July 15, 2010 at 8:37 pm

I lead a very busy lifestyle with my full time job & also running my own business part time in the evenings & on the weekend. Time is very precious to me. I have started to get up at 5am to have some time to myself to excercise as I find it difficult to excercise at any other time of the day. My mum has type 2 diabetes & my father has type 1. I am at a high risk of developing this condition due to my family history. I am inspiried by your TACFIT workouts as I keep falling off the bandwagon when it comes to looking after my health. The fact that your workouts are bodyweight focused, will work wonders for me as i will not have to rely on going to they gym & paying for costly gym memberships which I have in the past & have not succeded. I have tried many routines but have not had good results. I want to persue my dreams to gain muscle, lose the extra kilos that I gained in my teenage years & have not been able to shed, but most importantly, also to challenge myself beyond my own expectations and SUCEED – something i have never done before. I want to be an inspiration to my family & friends, as everytime I have tried something, I have not had the support & therefore, it was easy to slack off so I want to show them & the world, that YES I CAN SUCEED! I need to prove it to myself.
Thank you for your time.
Grace

Craig July 15, 2010 at 8:38 pm

No room for a lot of equipment. Too long of a wait at the gym to use the equipment, and gym fees are beyond my money right now.

Griffin July 15, 2010 at 8:39 pm

Hi Scott,

I am a 22-year-old student who’s been interested in fitness for a few years now. I am well read on nutrition and fitness, but I’m just now beginning to get over the aesthetics. In other words, I’ve been sacrificing true fitness for almost 3 years to keep up the looks. Because I’ve always been into martial arts, TACFIT Commando and that awesome Israeli Challenge are the only things since I can remember that gave me intrinsic motivation to do the workouts. I am so confident that this program, with its comprehensive picture, can put me on the right track to really taking care of myself in all areas of physical wellness, without neglect. What I need is a detailed, no B.S. program that yields not only an aesthetic benefit, but physical rewards that I personally value; what I need is TACFIT Commando! Thanks a lot for the consideration, and congratulations.

-Griffin

Billy Betoney July 15, 2010 at 8:39 pm

I’ve done a lot in my life and have conquered all aspects that have come my way. Did eight years in the US Navy. Did 11 years riding bulls in the rodeos. Did three years as a cowboy lifesaver/rodeo clown. Did 5 years as a boxer in the ring. Now beginning training women and young kids for self defense. Nothing has been a challenge until now. I just became a grandpa. I have always stayed in shape. I’ve used all methods of training, and partially your type of bodyweight training. I want to be around for my precious little grandbaby so I can teach her how to live – or, atleast give her some direction in life, and see her grandpa still in shape after all these years! It will be nice to use your product and maintain that constant promise to myself to always be in shape. Once I get rolling with the self defense training, I want to share TACFit with my trainees. I tend to do this for no charge. I got this self defense training while in the navy – for free, so to speak. Now I want to share it. And if it saves a life, all the better – for both products, yours and mine. Thank You for your time and consideration.

Jerome July 15, 2010 at 8:39 pm

Shocking or Outrageous.

I train pregnant women and it would be awesome to tell them and announce to others and show videos of my pregnant ladies working out to Tacfit!!!!

-JB

Frank Zhong July 15, 2010 at 8:39 pm

I have practiced martial arts for the past 10 years. it is a very integral part of my life and I am always looking to push myself to the next level. also, i am planning on breaking into physical therapy as my passion and career and understanding my body, having a good feel for movements, and being ready to physically perform whenever and wherever i am needed is very personally important to me. the TACFIT community is something i would really like to be a part of very soon and improving my body and mind through this training protocol would be a golden opportunity for me.
Best,
Frank Zhong

joe louis July 15, 2010 at 8:41 pm

Hello I was introduced to the tacfit commando workouts from my subscription to a website. Prior to that I was working out at 24 hour fitness 3-4 days a week. Right now physically I am a wreck my type 2 diabetes is out of control, I am 5-10 and 310 pounds down from 340 several months ago when I first started. I do a combination of weights and cardio I saw your workout video and since one of my goals is to be able to get immediately back to my feet from my back was very intrigued with your techniques and how easy you made it look I started doing the workout 3 times a week on non gym days and although people initially noticed my first big weight loss it kind of stalled and upon doing the tacfit workout have gotten many compliments on my new progress. So I KNOW it works probably better than weights and cardio at losing weight. In addition it has greatly helped my flexibility. In closing I would like to thank you for the opportunity to win a copy of your product before it is available to the general public. Much success to you guys

David Allen Foat July 15, 2010 at 8:42 pm

I am 65 years old(young) and can probably kick your ass !!!…..Not really, but I am in great shape and have trained with weights, intervals etc for most of my adult life……I like a challenge. I like the idea of not going to the gym….I like the idea of getting in the kind of condition that a younger generation would envy. No retirement for me….only moving forward…physically, mentally and spiritually……I love innovation and what you have done is brilliant…..I want to make a point and BE THE POINT that age is truly just a number….I am ready for the mission…bring it on !!

Arden Street July 15, 2010 at 8:42 pm

I am just an average guy at 48 who is in relatively good health. However, a year ago I had a ladder slip out from under me and wound up with a dislocated shoulder. Recovery has been good and I have approximately 90% mobility but haven’t found a way to get to 100%. Tacfit looks like what I need to complete my recovery and to get in the best shape that I can.

Teddy July 15, 2010 at 8:42 pm

Dear Tacfit,
I tried the recruit program and after completing the challenge, I know this is for me – and many others as well. It is cheap (no equipment needed), can be done anywhere as long as you have at least 2m x 2m space, each session can be completed in a short amount of time (less than 30 minutes), and also emphasizes on recovery (which other workout programs out there only care a little).
All those strengths of TACFIT Commando suit all my needs. Having busy schedule, we want to save as much time as possible. With TACFIT, we don’t have to commute to the gym to workout, we can just do it at home, and can be completed in 20 minutes! When there’s such a program that excels in this matter, I don’t bother looking anywhere else (of course the quality of the workout is also outstanding with practical movements unlike weightlifting).
Being a student away from my home country, I need to save as much as I can. With TACFIT, I can save on the commuting costs to the gym and also the gym membership fees as well!
Another thing is that I am a volleyball player. Doing TACFIT boosts recovery, so I find it really important because the faster you recover, the better you can practice. And I know that the strength gain from doing TACFIT can be transferred to sports performance because you are dealing with your bodyweight. This is really great.

Thanks for this opportunity Scott. Wish you all the best in helping people to achieve more for their fitness.
God bless you,

Teddy

Julianna July 15, 2010 at 8:44 pm

Hello, I’ll try to keep this as short as possible. I’m a teacher, and I took a job in another city. I’m currently not living in my own space, so my ability to do any workout that has to use equipment is non-existant. In addition, this past year I realized how important physical fitness was. Working in an environment with students who were quite threatening, it became apparent I needed to be able to defend myself and defend my students. I just ran across your workout and it looks like it will fit the bill. Since my knee and shoulders have gone in and out of injuries, I was looking for something that could work past this. TACFIT fits the bill. I want to wish good luck to everyone!

Thank you,
Julianna

Larry July 15, 2010 at 8:45 pm

I am training to be a male exotic dancer. I need this program so that I can be “TACFIT” when going commando.

ALAN H July 15, 2010 at 8:47 pm

I am a coach at a surf club coaching from 8 years old to possibly 70 year olds. I have been looking for something like this for a long time. I personally used to use the 5BX Canadian fitness program which has been outdated for a long time but still has it’s merits. The whole concept of intu-flow, tacfit, and all of Scott Sonnon’s amazing creations I think will benefit everyone who tries it. I am committed already to coaching anyone and any ability so this is a perfect fit for me. I love to see the brimming enthusiasm and exciting from people who are achieving great things. I have a lot to learn about tacfit etc., but I am very willing.
I can’t wait to throw myself into any or all of it when ever I get the chance. I also can’t wait to help others to get the benefits of participating as well as I can see that it will make a huge difference in the lives of everyday people who can’t or won’t find time to do any physical activity to benefit themselves.
I can definitely see myself being totally immersed in the whole coaching/training program. Once again, I can’t wait.
Al

Phil Harris July 15, 2010 at 8:47 pm

The answer for me is simple and straightforward: Keeping fit for 29 years as a firefighter, paramedic and fire officer was not that difficult. I’ve been retired a few years and tried to keep fit using a gym and bicycling. I have let my gym membership go because, working now in construction, I just don’t have the time to get to a gym. Also, at 61 years old, I’m not nearly as limber and flexible as I used to be. TACFIT Commando is perfect for me because I can get my fitness AND flexibility workout at home (or away) quickly and simply, without any need for equipment of any kind. And best of all my wife who struggles with weight control and diabetes can also work toward her own fitness goals right alongside me and at her own pace and level. This is a solution that removes all obstacles and brings us together in a very rewarding way. Thank you!

GARETH E. BROWNLEE July 15, 2010 at 8:49 pm

I WOULD REALLY LIKE TO BE ONE OF YOUR LUCKY WINNERS. I WOULD ALSO BE A VERY GOOD SALES MEDIUM SINCE I’M 51 YEARS OLD AND WORK FOR A COMPANY ON A ROTATING SHIFT WHICH MY PHYSICIAN SAYS IS THE WORST TYPE OF SHIFT TO HAVE TO WORK ON. I COULD USE THE FITNESS AND YOU COULD USE THE SALES GIMMICK

Dan Click July 15, 2010 at 8:50 pm

In brief, I am a 47 year old father of 3 very active kids. I would like to be able to take each on their on special fitness trip when they get older. I would also like to improve my strength, flexibility, and coordination. I want to teach my kids fitness and nutrition and this program is the best around. Thanks for the opportunity to explain my reasons.

Ryan July 15, 2010 at 8:50 pm

Hello, I am an ordinary everyday guy. Up until 7 years ago, I was in what I would consider decent physical condition. I was in my last semester of college, getting ready to take on the world. I had ambitions of joining the local police department. I then found out that I was going to become a father. I made the decision to find a full-time job to support my soon to be family. I ended up getting a job in the car business. Although my chosen path of a career has been finacially beneficial. My time with my family has been limited. Long hours and one day off a week has made it very difficult to balance work, gym, and family time. My gym time became my couch time, and before I knew it o was over 275lbs. I recently have made the decision to retake control of my life. With it’s ability to fit into an already busy schedule, I feel that Tacfit is exatly what I need to do so. Thank you for your considertion.

Eric July 15, 2010 at 8:52 pm

I have been using the recruit program for a couple of weeks and I haven’t results like this since basic training. This has allowed me to train at home while watching my triplet 2 years boys. That in itself is crazy. I am trying for the police dept and need to be in the best shape possible. This has allowed me to overcome my knee injuries and press for my goals. Although I am not there yet this is slowly been building not only my body but regain the strength in my mind and spirit again since losing my job last year. Even though I may not win this I have already won with what I have learned.

Dean Jolly July 15, 2010 at 8:53 pm

2 weeks ago I bumped into an old acquaintance, he had suffered a stroke 3 years ago and has not regained much movement in his left side, now to add to that has added issues from dis-balance caused by right side having to cope for left.
There is no additional help to access, and he is not working. I offered to see if I could give him a path to ‘walk’ forward on to better recovery, he was keen.
We started with movements you can find in Sonnons Ageless Mobility.
though not able to do much /if anything on left arm, it started to release tension more.
He expressed his want to feel ‘manly’ again, strong as he once worked the land. I respected this, and knew we had to try some very simple motions of Tactfit, slight modifications to be able to do some moves but kept with 2 rep 2min but 2 exercises.
An important factor is the breathing , and unnecessary tension Tactfit seems to have you control.
3 sessions so far and he has 45degree increase in arm elevation, hip flexion. He feels that he’s taking some control back, mentally stronger, that gives him hope.
It may be small steps now and not something of elite level but it’s every man/womans right to be tactically fit.
I don’t know where this will lead, but if progress continues this way then when he makes recruit 10min, I’m requesting a testimonial for us all!
I’m a believer, Tactfit, there’s more to this than just ‘funky’ moves.
Thanks Scott.

David Claudio III July 15, 2010 at 8:53 pm

Hello, I’m a soon to be 48yr old former Marine. For the past 20yrs I’ve been the single parent of two great kids, son and daughter, the oldest now serving in the military, guess the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, the other just starting college. Anyway over the years I concentrated more on taking care of my kids than myself and it now shows and boy do I feel it. This past year I have returned to my martial arts training which I dearly missed and tried other programs but found them lacking in one way or another which would then bring about boredom and that means death to any fitness program. Amongst said programs was P90X, though not a bad program, and though I did manage to lose some weight and gain some muscle tone in 90 days I did not see the results I expected to get and I follow the program to the letter. A few days ago I came across your website and subscribed to get the Israeli Special Forces Tacfit Challenge. After attempting the challenge on all three of its levels all I can say is “Holy Shit”. I thought that the P90X program had gotten me into decent shape…NOT!!! Since trying the challenge I’ve become obsessed with the Tacfit program. Searching and downloading any video clips I can find, trying to collect and research information on your system. All for the pursuit of knowledge of course and although I’ve only collected very little ( not much out there even on you tube) what little I do have I’ve implemented into my martial arts training. I’ve had friends look at me strange and ask, “Dude, why are you hoping around like a gorilla”? I just laugh and say”Try it, it’s harder that it looks” Anyway , good luck to all of the entrees, even If I don’t win this one I’ve become a Hugh fan and will make this program part of my daily life some how some way……..Thank you for the opportunity.

Alex B July 15, 2010 at 8:54 pm

As a British police officer, I don’t carry a gun, having to rely firstly on talking to people and then on physical intervention. This normally means a good grapple/fight with people who have no concern over hurting me or my colleagues. With my long shifts and the demands of my family (I have 4 awesome children, all aged 6 and under), getting to the gym is becoming more and more impossible. I have consequently noticed a recent decline in my fitness levels, making me less confident in my own ability to hold my own, unarmed against the criminals I deal with on a daily basis. Tacfit would help me regain that lost fitness, without losing precious time with the family (especially as my kids like to try to join in with any body weight exercises I do!) and I would be safe in the knowledge that next time I face an angry husband holding a knife or a drug dealer willing to do anything to get away, my body would be up to the task, allowing me to not only make my city that little bit safer, but to return home to my family, uninjured, at the end of the day. Thank you Tacfit.

Tim July 15, 2010 at 8:54 pm

Hey there. At 48, I may be considered an old may to be an industry professional, but after 30 years of hospitality management and after catching the fitness bug at the age of 45 I threw in my well paid, cruisy job as manager to take on the fitness industry. Together with my personal trainer we leased a factory, converted it to a training studio and started selling our wares. Busines is starting to accelerate now after 12 hard months and I’m looking forward to paying myself very soon. Down here in Australia, we are a little isolated, a little insular and a little behind the times. I am constantly searching for the latest and best ideas, so my clients can experience the best training money can buy. To be an industry leader you must be innovative, passionate and over deliver. By incorporating Tacfit Commando training into our range of programmes we will be just that – innovative, passionate and we surely will be able to over deliver.
Thanks and good luck ( to me, too!)
Tim

Rob B. July 15, 2010 at 8:56 pm

Hi Scott c.s.,
As a crime analyst for the police in The Hague, as well as a psychology student, I’m sitting down most of the day, stress is high and energy is low. Although I love sports, always have, as of late, having just turned forty, I find I have less and less time to get active, and more and more weight around the middle. When I do get to the weight room at the station I’m usually surrounded by the SWAT guys who are there most of the time (and getting paid to do it!), who are totally fit and you just got to hate em! And seeing how they train, with the machines and barbell curls, I know with a far superior training system, i.e. TacFit, in time I could show them a thing or two. And I really want to!
Having experienced just a few recruit level workouts I already feel a surge of energy and enthusiasm for the TacFit system, as well as a tightening. Of my body this time, and not my clothes. Help me get to the next and the next and the next level.
Rob

Violet July 15, 2010 at 8:58 pm

Thanks for this chance – I’m a female in my mid-20s, with a consistent pattern of 2-3 x a week strength/weight/bodyweight training and hiking/running/dancing other days. I have a past history of long-distance running, several years of soccer when I was much younger, dance, but even though I work hard now, I need the TACFIT commando to take myself to that higher level and get out of looking average though I have the muscle and strength underneath. I’ve always wanted a rough and tough bootcamp style, so this special ops workout style appeals to me greatly. The discipline and confidence derived from using this comprehensive program will fit my fitness needs by giving me the conditioning and diet support I need as I am strivng for full recovery from my past disordered eating habits, low self-esteem, and finally give me the big support I want to pick back up where I left off from trying to become a personal trainer. I’m looking forward to this exact commando style workout and diet program, and it will complement my training for competitive ballroom and latin dancing goals!

garb July 15, 2010 at 8:59 pm

I am 61 years old, have been an athlete all my life. Played ball in college . Was a builder for 27 yrs, so I was
always in pretty good condition. Well, 5yrs. ago I became ill and was admitted into the hospital where I was
given an antibiotic that blew out my vestibular system(inner ear). I basically walked drunk. I suffer from oscillop-
sia(bumpy eyes). I was misdiagnosed with 2 problems that I never had at all. It was too late by then, damage
done. Had I not been in the shape I was in , would have had a massive heart attack. Needless to say I lost over
70% of my muscle mass. I have been trying different training systems and found none that worked effectively.
Then Tacfit shows up!!! I was so stoked to finally find something that was so fluid, that I could really sink my
teeth into. I will tell you that there was a time that I would have given up, but now, I have 2 grandsons that I
“WILL play ball with. Thanks for the shoulder guys and thank you for just the few exercises you have blessed
me with. Finally excited about getting out and doing something. God bless, garb

Jon July 15, 2010 at 9:01 pm

TACFIT, i am a 15 year old athlete who is very serious about training for the Olympics. I have every intention of being in either the 2016 Olympics or the 2020 Olympics. I feel like you program is perfect for me and my personal training because i only have access to a gym twice a week and I don’t have the money to afford my own workout equipment. I need something to do on the days i don’t have access to a gym. After trying some of your workouts, i could fell the enhancements in my body after only a single week. I would really love to continue this program and see where it takes me.
Sincerely,
Jon

Bryan Sykes July 15, 2010 at 9:04 pm

Hello,
In response to “Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?”, I have coined my life’s mission to eight simple words, “I help people optimize well-being in their lives.” In my business, Principles of Wealth Institute, I have the wonderful opportunity of teaching people about what I call “intangible assets” of wealth. The word wealth comes from an old English word lliterally meaning, “well-being”. From what I’ve seen thus far, TACFIT Commando is not simply a fitness program, but the many elements of program combined reflects how to live inside out, which is an important aspect of well-being. To that end, I believe TACFIT would be an intangible asset that would help me sustain my mission over time regardless of which part of the world I may be serving. I am reminded of a quote from Jack La Lane that says, “We must work at living because dying is easy.” I choose to live! Be Well.

Bryan Sykes

Ramy July 15, 2010 at 9:04 pm

I’ve been an athlete my whole life, but as I progressed in my career I found that time constraints can have a damaging effect in my life…it has been getting harder and harder to cut out a few hours of the day to go the gym or even do sports in general. Not to mention that travelling a lot has made it close to impossible to stick to a program..finally, Finding a program that is fun, challenging, result oriented and time efficient is not easy but all those elements are in tacfit.

Joseph July 15, 2010 at 9:07 pm

Im an A1C USAF Security Forces .Working up to sixteen hour shifts and never knowing when we’re deploying or just going to have to deal with a rowdy subject makes finding a good pt program hard to do . I’ve read of Coach Sonnons work and own his book on Sambo for MMA. He knows his stuff and I dont doubt this program will demonstrate this even more.

KC Chhipwadia July 15, 2010 at 9:09 pm

Because it is the right thing to do, for yourself and your family. Fitness is a state of mind, if it were easy, everyone would do it. A “function” program that is solely based on bodyweight and gravity is phenomenal.

Darren July 15, 2010 at 9:10 pm

Hi TACFIT,

I am a dad for the first time in my life and it’s amazing, but leaves you little time for training, especially with my wife working all hours.I used to be involved in football and martial arts, but i just didn’t have the time needed for continuing this training. Your routines are a real blessing and i really enjoy it. I’ve never really had a “killer” body, even with all the years of training i did and now i know why!Hours doing sit-ups, press-ups and even lifting weights incorrectly won’t get you these results! I would really like the opportunity to win the free TACFIT Commando Deluxe Deployment Kit. Wishing you all the best!

Darren

Adeel July 15, 2010 at 9:11 pm

I am 16 years old, have been a fat guy in 4 years . Played basketball in High School . But Nothing Change So I started Googling the internet and I just found your amazing exercises which made my stomach lean and hard. Now I am the Coolest and Muscular In My Gym.
Thanks To You Guys.

Christen Murray July 15, 2010 at 9:12 pm

I’m a guy that always has a problem sticking to an excercise regimine, but since I started the recruit level of tacfit I’ve been excited an actually looking forward to waking up everyday and working out. Thats saying alot since i usually waste hours working out with equipment and still don’t see the results I wish to achieve. But for me tacfit is perfect, I can spend 20 minutes a day and get the burn I NEED! And tacfit isn’t just helping me but it also helps my little brother get fit, and thats saying something considering he’s the typical game-nerd couch potato who spends 7-8 hours in front of the tv. He actually wants to excercise with because it’s not your run of the mill workout. We both look forward to progressing in the program, and giving our muscle some tactical sophistication. The only way to become an official commando is to get the full affect of tacfit commando deluxe.

Chris Trytten July 15, 2010 at 9:12 pm

I am in my 50s but have still tried to get in shape and train like I was in my 20s. The result is frequent injury. I actually have the drive and dedication to do the work. And, I like how exercize feels, to be in my body, pushing my limits, the post workout euphoria, the growing strength. This is something I love, I NEED. When I hurt myself I am almost paniced. I am cut off from an essential part myself. Furthermore, this is the time in life when staying fit, strong, and healthy will determine the quality of the rest of my life. Not being able to workout is a fundamental problem that threatens how I want to live and experience life. The thought of being physically challenged but maintaining body health and integrity gives me hope. Plus, the notion that I can achieve this level of physical integrity by using my body as my gym thrills me, resonates with me. TACFIT is the answer to the most serious challenge I face. It will fundamentally change and enrich my life.

Michael Mason July 15, 2010 at 9:13 pm

Dear TACFIT Team,
I am one of those older guys that still have something to prove. At 45, and carrying easily an extra 50 pounds, I have decided to get back into fighting shape. I dont like going to a gym because you just end up lifting weights and then get stuck on the boring cardio machines like a drone. I could run all day playing soccer but putting me on those machines is like asking me to run in circles around a track, I just cant seem to do it.

I’ve got a son starting High School and Freshman football and after looiking at various video series like TiBO and PX90, its just not my style. I remember back in boot camp with the Marine Corps how excited and easy it was to PT and by the end of the training, I would ask to go to the pit and do bends and thrust in the sand. This military style theme and the practicallity of the movements makes me feel like I’m back in the Corps relearning to sit left over right because that’s your natural shooting position for the range! Your program has a clear purpose and as I may be deploying to the Middle East as a contractor, you never know what conditions you may in and what the availabilty of a gym or exercise equipment will look like. With your program, none of that stuff is needed. It’s so easy you could do this anywhere no matter what the conditions. I’d love to win the free stuff but know that this program will help me with just the program I have already received!

Semper Fi!
Michael

logan payne July 15, 2010 at 9:13 pm

dear tacfit
I am 20 years old and in the royal new zealand air force. I downloaded the tacfit commando trial through a reccomendation by Sean Nalewanyj. I have been using it everyday since i got it and think its fantastic. I am planning to apply for the counter terrorist tactical assault group (now know as commandos) which is a division of the nz sas. I have wanted this goal for a while and it is now becoming more of a reality thanks to tacfit commando. I am currently doing the commando level of your 20 min programme at the advanced level, and I cant believe how motivated and excited I get when its that time to knuckle down and do it. amongst my peers I am the ‘fat slow one of the group’ but thats all starting to change thanks to starting on tacfit.
im ready to take myself to the next level
-Logan

Meilaura Jimmy July 15, 2010 at 9:13 pm

Hi, I have been lift for 3 years. Honestly, I am still new in this sport, so I have tried a lot of training program just to make me fit and build some muscle. Doing the same routine always make me unmotivated. I like to try something new, something more challenging just to make me fit or to maintain my fitness. I never expose to any types of army training before, so I give myself a try the TACFIT Commando workout. It’s quite tough and different from my previous routine, but I like it. I share this workout with my friends and they love it too. Thanks for sending me the free TACFIT Commando workout. I hope I have the chance to win the TACFIT Commando Deluxe Deployment Kit, so that my workout will be more exciting and I can stay motivated all the time. Thank You.

BK - Sydney, Australia July 15, 2010 at 9:14 pm

Hey guys,
I’m a playing coach in one Sydney’s baseball leagues, and have been trying to get our team into shape during our winter competition (outdoor training opportunities are rare as it gets dark and cold early this time of year!). Combined with wet weather of late, we’ve been struggling to stay competitive with the top sides. Injuries are plaguing our guys, and we’ve had 5 one run losses, where the inclusion of one of our injured players could have made all the difference. We’re not a young team, so playing the up-and-coming hotshots needs all the smart hard work we can engage in our training.
Since stumbling across your website recently, I’ve been sprouting the immediate benefits I’ve felt since starting to incorporate some of your training into my regime. My shoulders have probably seen better days, which limits the amount of weight I can use in training. Your body weight program has already started to take hold, and my throwing shoulder is feeling stronger every day. My legs feel alive again, and my flexibility is heading back towards a state of immediate physical readiness – the kind of flexibility I had in my teens.
Last week half the squad got together for some hitting and fitness work, so we included some TACFIT moves – and the guys admitted they had a newfound respect for hard work. We played the league leaders on the weekend and lost again by 1 run – but it was a lot closer than our last encounter. All the guys who had tried to repeat the TACFIT exercises during the week reported that their arms felt better and that, in turn, brought a lot better attitude into the game.
I’m going to keep the team incorporating the TACFIT program beyond the end of this season, hopefully bringing them back next year as competition favourites.
Looking forward to more TACFIT training,
From down under,
BK.

Jack July 15, 2010 at 9:15 pm

As a Marine, I’m never certain of the situations I will be put in, and all of them are generally in harms way. The skills you are teaching would be of priceless value to me, and to the men around me. Training with TACFIT in a solo fashion will of course benefit me, but teaching it to other Marines and service members could help save their lives too. Having been run through the gamut of physical trials, I know the importance of attaining and maintaining top physical form. The slightest lapse in concentration can cost you your life, and the lives of those around you, so being weak in an area you can control, like physical fitness, is not an option. While being in top shape is important to me, the ability to recover as quickly as Coach Sonnon talks about in his videos is another priceless piece of knowledge I am itching to get my hands on. As someone who has back and knee issues from hauling a 100-pound pack around, and stiff joints from years of martial arts, I know the feeling of waking up in the morning and not being able to move quite right. After trying the Israeli TACFIT Challenge, I can already feel my body starting to loosen up. So, enough of me beating around the bush, the bottom line is this: I NEED your program. I couldn’t ask for a better product to hone myself and those around me to an elite level of fitness. I thank you for the opportunity to win your program.

Jeff Barten July 15, 2010 at 9:15 pm

Dear Tacfit,

I am 32 years old and haven’t been in shape in 6 years. I have athsma and am 25 pounds heavier than what I was 6 years ago. I work 50+ hours a week and am working on a 4 year degree that has to be done after work and usually don’t get to work on my school work until my 4 year old son goes to bed. I have 2 different gym memberships that I try to utilize, but it takes up too much of my time with my family. I just had knee surgery today for a torn me niscus that I injured 6 years ago and that is why I stopped working out 6 years ago. I plan on using the free programs I received from tacfit through Rusty’s little black book emails to get back into shape while I am off of work for my knee surgery. When I was working I would try to go to the gym in the morning before work, but with doing my school work late at night I wouldn’t get more than 4 1/2 hrs of sleep a night. I think my wife and I could definitely benefit from tacfit commando. We both have back and knee injuries. My wifes back and knee injury is the result from a car accident and my back problems are from heavy construction work when I was younger and my knee problem was a result from a slip and fall onto concrete from about four foot in the air. I want to make a life change. I have a different position now where I do more sitting than anything else and I was 10 pounds heavier than I am now, I changed my diet and have lost 10 pounds in two months and have plateaued there. My wife and I would greatly appreciate the opportunity to utilize the tacfit commando for our exercise needs. Please consider us for the free tacfit commando; we would be greatly appreciative for the offer. I thought about purchasing it, but with the student loans and books we just cannot afford it now.

Thank You,

Jeff and Sarah Barten

Rajat July 15, 2010 at 9:16 pm

Salutations Sir,
I am a high security prisoner at the central jail in the middle of Bellary desert, India. I cannot head over to the nearest oasis gym for my daily workouts. But to kick ass and reign supreme in the slammer, I need to keep fit (meheheheh). Which is why I need TACFIT commando :) …outrageous reason…
Seriously speaking, i am a student in Bangalore India. I just wanted to give an outrageous reason for getting TACFIT commando. I am a martial arts enthusiast who is currently suffering from a dislocated shoulder and a broken left wrist. So I am unable to perform any of the exercises doe to my limited range of motion. However, seeing your video, I tried out a couple of exercises you guys performed (in the Canadian winter:) and found that with a little bit of effort, I COULD DO IT. Then I tried the Intu flow stretches and found that they are just amazing, especially the shoulder stretches. Its an exhilarating feeling since I have been languishing at home for the past 7 months. So I definitely want to get TACFIT commando and get mobile, functional and shredded again. Then I can continue with the rest of my life with my head held high.

siwei July 15, 2010 at 9:16 pm

72 hours later, I will have my Ph.D defense. A month ago, my laptop with my dissertation was stolen, I need to carve out half of my work I did in past six years in less than 30 days. In addition, I need to train 5 times a week for my black belt testing by the end of August.
My dream is holding my diploma with a black belt under the robe, I know, TACFIT is the best resource I can reach for.
It was extremely hard for me at the very beginning. I had never been able to run more than 1mile till 3 years ago. I was always sedentary in my work. As a chubby baby and being laughed at on her figure for more than 20 years, I could only hide my proud behind the work and the solicitude of research .
3-year Tae kwon do training was a life transforming experience for me. The instructors and peer students seems to have some magic empowerment, they enlighten my life. At first, I was trying to get use to the sore and pain, gradually, I tasted the joy of challenging. 2 years ago, I ran the first 7-mile distance run in my life; From 1 year ago, I was able to do full split. By now, with one fifth of my previous bodyweight shredded, I became a a practice instructor in the club. I am motivated to get to the next level of excellence.
Still I need to jump higher, kick faster, really get over with fear of sparring with someone 10 inches taller than me. I want to master the meditation of martial art focus. I guess this is also the key of TACFIT: full effort and result in a continuous flow.

Luis July 15, 2010 at 9:20 pm

Dear TACFit,
I have downloaded the free beginner’s program that you have put up on the web, and I have started to TRY to do the exercises, they are very cool, you see…I thought I would have to go to the gym to lift weights to stay in shape and being a Stay At Home Dad it is not an option, at the end of the day I am too exhausted from running around playing all kind of games a four year old girl can imagine + feeding, bathing, cooking, washing clothes. Although I am doing some interval bodyweight exercises during my daughter’ nap time, I have not seeing anything like TACFit.
I think once I learn to do the exercises, I will have the healthy mind/body that I have so elusively try to get over the years but have not been able to. Finally at 52 years old I have found the possibility of becoming seriously healthy, that is…if I can get the free program (since I have zero money extra to buy a program as advance as yours) Anyway I am starting to use your free program, and I know that it will be super beneficial in my life.

Thanks again
Luis Rodriguez

Felipe July 15, 2010 at 9:20 pm

I’ve struggled aimlessly to develop the body I desire. Stuck between studying medicine, worrying about my dying father, trying to help the rest of my family lose weight and finding time to enjoy life. I’ve weight trained for several years with decent results but lately-just wasted time. Fully committed but lacking any returns. The moment progress triggered school overwhelms and I need a better way. Time’s the largest factor and nothing has the time-efficiency of this program; finally a way to make physical progress to inspire my loved ones to follow and become healthy. At last a return on my efforts.

Drake Bailey July 15, 2010 at 9:21 pm

Years ago I trained special forces, but by now I’m very out of shape…
I reduced the repetitions, slowed the tempo, and can now do the exercises.
Just after a few days I can feel the results!
I am regaining the basis for what I lost from not working out for 40 years…
Being 62 worried me. But have always been active, so I couldn’t resist trying.
Surprisingly, the course is adaptable to a persons physical fitness and abilities.
All you youngsters best watch out, an old man is bringing it on…
Pain is weakness leaving the body, GO FOR IT!!!
I am.

Matthew Ebersviller July 15, 2010 at 9:22 pm

Until recently, working out was something I needed to block off a lot of time in my schedule for. Recently, I’ve come into the TACFIT camp. Now, I can do a full TACFIT workout over my lunch break, shower, and get back to work with plenty of time. I’m not shorting myself by artificially shortening my workout, and I feel more athletic than ever. If a short, extremely beneficial workout isn’t seen as a huge benefit to any athlete or warrior, there’s no testimonial that can convince the hard headed individual that the simplest, yet most biologically advanced workout on the planet will work for them. Keep an open mind, perform the workouts as instructed, and you WILL be rewarded in very short order. My highest recommendation goes to this workout and no other. TACFIT is the ultimate workout.

Mario Schiopu July 15, 2010 at 9:28 pm

Hi Guys
My name is Mario Schiopu an ex Romanian Karate Champion. I am now 48 years old and in all my 35 years experience as a martial artist I was trained with some of the best athletes in Karate, Krav Maga, and other self defense “gurus” in Eastern Europe, Italy, US and Canada. I am also a Registered Holistic Nutritionist and a Sport Nutrition Advisor. In short most of the physical training I was in, sucks. Most of the diets for athletes are inadequate. They push you over limits, they force the body to do movements that most of the time lead to permanent injuries.
An this all in the name “I am fit”. I can reply “No you are not”. The training (or better say the overtraining) I was exposed lead all of my peers to permanent lower back injuries, and cardiovascular diseases. At 29 years I was competing in Italy and at the medical test for competitors, I was diagnosed with cardiovascular arrithmia. It tooks me about a year on a high antioxidant therapy to regenerate and compete again. One of my friends was winning second place at the 2008 Karate US Open in April, and on August 2008 he pass away from a aneurysm (a blood cloth). (You can read more about my experiences at:www.myhealthychoices.usana.com). Since the first incident in Italy, I carefully watched my diet and my fitness. It become more functional rather than body building.
I already agreed with my neighbourhood community center to start an athletic program and self defense for kids. My intention is to teach them a healthy lifestyle through proper nutrition and proper physical training. In short from many programs I have evaluated, l found that TacFIt is a better approach to functional fitness at any age. It makes more sense to use your own body in a functional way than lifting weights in issolated positions. I do not have intention to become an elite commando expert and probably I do need TacFit for me in particular. But I thing that your program is well designed as a functional fitness for everyone and when I will use some of the techniques from TacFit, you will get all the credits you deserve.
Train smart, eat right and be healthy.

Sincerely
Mario Schiopu

President @ Active Kids Healthy for Life
WKF-3 DAN-Certified Karate Instructor
Registered Sport Nutrition Advisor
Registered Holistic Nutritionist
Healthy for Life Team Leader
Certified Fitness Consultant

604 725-9002
info@myhealthychoices.com

Amber July 15, 2010 at 9:29 pm

What an awesome opportunity! Thank you for your thoughtful consideration of us all! I am a single young woman going to Ukraine to serve children with disabilities who are often neglected, mistreated, and starved for any kind of physical, emotional, or spiritual relief. Working with pastors in Ukraine, I do equine therapy partnered with occupational, massage, and art therapists. I also teach English as a second language to college-and-career adults. It is not the safest lifestyle for a 26 year old; for, as a North American who stands out merely by appearance (even when dressing as an ukrainian), and who must travel alone at times, it is imperative I stay in shape, watch my back, and think smart. And, as Tim Larkin said about a person’s fitness and survival in life-threatening attacks, “One’s in good condition while the other equates exercise with getting up to let the dog out to pee. It’s obvious who’s got the better odds of surviving” (Larkin, Newsletter Distribution July 8, 2010)…. Traveling–sometimes alone, staying fit anywhere and at any time, potential danger and survival, and philanthropic vision–these are the reasons for my appeal for the TACFIT Commando Deluxe Deployment Kit.

Thanks again,
Amber

Mario July 16, 2010 at 4:52 pm

Hi Amber
My name is Mario Schiopu and you can read about me on the above.
Please contact me at your convenience. I am also involved in helping kids to improve their health and probably you want to see what I am doing. Before e-mailing me, please call my cell at 604 725-9002. I usually receive 200 e-mails//day and if I miss one day to read them everithing is going bulk in the trash.
Thanks

Matt July 15, 2010 at 9:30 pm

As a physical culture enthusiast for the last 17 years I have seen the benefits of pushing your body to it limits not only physically but mentally as well. I have two high stress jobs and I am raising a young son. When I push myself physically it makes the mental stress seem like a breeze. With Tacfit I’m looking for that next level of intensity to push myself further and it is a program I could introduce my son to someday.

In the outrageous reason category, I may be seeing a childhood bully in a few months and while I don’t necessarily want to beat him up, I would like to scare the bejesus out him. Tacfit will be able to help.

Sanjay July 15, 2010 at 9:33 pm

Well I must be the only one from Sri Lanka in this mission (I hope so). I am 38 years young and like many in my age I was fat and unfit. When I was young I was a competitive oarsmen and before I new it I was 35 unfit and had a waist to match my age. Then I had enough and made a goal for me….six pack at 40! Why at 40? Well at 40 your competition is much less. How many 40 year olds do you know who have a six pack (well apart from the crazy bunch here). And how many people admire a person who has a good bod at 40. Though I lost weight I wasn’t losing the last fat ring around me. And three weeks ago I came to TACFIT! I have already started to see the two lines around my abs!! So this is my outrageous reason to use TACFIT!!

cadams July 15, 2010 at 9:34 pm

I am 5 foot 9 190 pound police officer training to be a pro wrestler. The kit will give me the body I need to not only look the part but to compete in the ring. As an officer, I am what you call a petite officer and the strength and agility I could gain from this kit will help me chase down more bad guys and be ready to take on the world.

Felix July 15, 2010 at 9:36 pm

I am 39 years old and used to be a builder. I also used to ride a motorcycle. 18 months ago I rode my bike into a kangaroo and ended up off my bike and over a 30 m. cliff! The kangaroo died so I consider myself lucky. I was found and taken to hospital where I spend several months in a coma and the better part of a year undergoing various surgeries to patch me back together. They did a really good job, and I am now mobile again, but I have lost a lot of weight, and hugely increased my body-fat percentage. I really need a program to help me regain functional muscle and strength (not to mention increased flexibility and range of motion). I have looked at various programs, but nothing seems to offer anything like what TACFIT does. My girlfriend is trying to get pregnant, and I’m finding that very hard work too! Sometimes I feel like it is all too much, but it’s my life and I intend to get back everything I had before. Thanks for creating the program that will let me.

Edward Mack July 15, 2010 at 9:36 pm

I suppose I could give a long drawn out story about how I have struggled in my life but the truth is I don’t have one of those stories. I’m an overweight 40 something struggling with diabetes type 2 because of my weight problems. I have 2 beautiful, young children and want to be around to see them grow up. The bottom line is, if I continue down the road I have taken the past few years regarding my health that won’t come to fruition. TACFIT is like me, down and dirty and straight to the point. It is time efficient and effective for a man that struggles with having enough time in day to fit a workout in. The deluxe version would assist me and help guide to better health and my ultimate goal which is getting and staying fit so I can see my kids grow up.

Paula July 15, 2010 at 9:39 pm

Great pole dancers need amazing strength for the jaw-dropping stunts they perform. Unfortunately, discretion becomes an issue for recreational dancers with young families, a conservative professional job, and conservative friends. TACFIT Commando is the perfect fitness solution because the workouts are manly & acceptable, they’ve improved my performance, assisted with my pole stunts, and I can perform this amazing workout in front of my children. Most importantly, it allows me to promote an awesome program without telling people my secret passion. Oh and don’t forget the skills to kick ass if anybody divulges my secret. This is your only warning. ;-)

Stuart Bishop July 15, 2010 at 9:39 pm

I’m a not for profit aid/missions worker. I travel a lot and get some crazy hours going.

after working a little on the body weight blueprint for fat loss with my wife. I’m totally keen to take it to the tacfit level which I appreciate very much works on the 4×7 principle, I totally see it’s value in conditioning. Anywhere, any time any how I’ll get myself fighting fit for whatever comes my way, in whatever country I happen to be in at that time.

bring it on!

Dan July 15, 2010 at 9:50 pm

I’m 33 years old and have been training in the gym ‘bodybuilding-style’ for 15 years. I’m supposed to be super-fit… or not? The truth is that I realized earlier this year that I’ve been losing coordination, suppleness, flexibility, endurance, posture and even resilience during the last couple of years. I still love iron and the gym, but I need the one thing that perfectly complements the gym and gives me back the youthful feeling in my body, the feeling of ‘I can do everything if I want to’. Et voilà! Tacfit Commando is just that: everything the gym lacks, including portability!… I can’t wait to try it out during my holiday on the beaches of Ibiza next week!

David Baker July 15, 2010 at 9:52 pm

Shoot, I can’t pass this up. Soooo…. o. Some folks think I am crazier than Lop-eared Jackbunny. I am a 68 year old treasure hunter. Want to be a treasure finder. Got some good leads. I am following those leads as I am able. Problem is I am way out of shape yet I still go out. Those cotton-picking treasure hiders chose to bury their treasure in deep holes in nasty places that are hard to get to. Unreasonable cusses!

There is always something out there trying to sniff your pants leg to determine if you are lunch. Being able to discourage them is a high priority. Since I can lay claim to being an old Marine used to walking around in unreasonable places, I guess TH’n comes naturally. TacFit is my answer to changing from a woe-be gone gasping treasure hunter to a healthy strong treasure finder. I can do the TacFit exercises wherever I am. Rattlesnakes will not mind. They will be too busy laughing their butts off. May get a thistle sticker in a tender spot though. With TacFit Commando, I will not have to drag my raggedy behind back to civilization to get into and keep in shape. TacFit Commando is the best and If this blip qualifies me to win, TacFit Commando will be a real treasure.

Thanks for considering me,

David

Adam July 15, 2010 at 9:54 pm

Hey guys! I hope you are well. I am not a firefighter, or in the military or police force. My job does not require me to be in top physical condition. I drive a fork lift for a living. But that does not mean there is a reason why I shouldn’t be in top physical condition….right? I have been training for a couple years now. I have completed a few resistance training programs, I train MMA with a buddy, work on cardio. I feel I am in alright shape. Really I am a small man (a small frame 5′6″…150lbs) and have accepted the fact that it is very difficult for me to pack on muscle which ultimately was the goal in my training. My goals have now changed. Seeing what YOU have to offer has changed my goals. Building muscle is great and it is beneficial, but “functional” strength and mobility is real strength. These monotonous, repetitive movements of typical training programs work but they are not ideal. TACFIT primes your body for real movements and real living. But even better, the physique you want comes along with it. I work rotating shifts and have wife with two young boys. My time is limited for me to reach my fitness goals. A TACFIT Commando is my goal! The TACFIT program is the tool I need to reach my goal! Why is it perfect for me? To be honest with you, it is perfect for everybody! If you have the drive, the determination, and the commitment to do it….. a TACFIT Commando is what everyone wants be.

Paul July 15, 2010 at 9:59 pm

Hello TacFit crew,
I cant give you a heartfelt story about how i could recover from injury and would like to get back in shape. Im already in shape. I want TacFit because i want to be the best there is. I want to be the person that runs with the Olympians, battles the Marines and duels with the Special Ops and still doesnt break a sweat. Every other workout system i handled easily. P90x was fun and all but i need a challenge. I have never been humbled by a workout in recent months and im sick of just waiting to max out on a bench press or a squat for a challenge. I plan to use this system and then when it isnt hard enough i will add a 20lb vest and try it again and to basically run this program with so much on my back that you will have to design an all new regimen just for me. Im looking to achieve elite world class fitness..and then to go above that

David Sigmon July 15, 2010 at 10:02 pm

As a 56 year young retired Navy SEAL, who earned his Trident at age 42, I have witnessed or performed EVERY conceivable variation of physical fitness training routine imagineable, in numerous different countries around the world. Or I thought I had, until I watched the TacFit videos. In spite of the chronic pain that the head to toe osteoarthritis I have earned over the years, I still actively seek a routine that will fully engage every fiber of muscle, ligament, and tendon in my body. Just as I found the ideal self-preservation methods in TFT, I believe I have found the ideal fitness-preservation system in TacFit.

Aaron Hayes July 15, 2010 at 10:03 pm

Hi,

I am an instructor in Judo, Muay Thai and submission grappling. at 37 I find that my body doesn’t repair quite as fast as it used to. To top things off I have pre-existing injuries that limit my effectiveness when pushing my team to their potential. I understand the major importance of having MMA fighters at their peak when they step into the cage or ring and always looks at the most effective ways to get them there. For me TACFIT has all the ticks in the right places.

I can say from first hand exprerience how important it is to be at the top of your game. I lost an MMA cage fight due to lack of conditioning and preparedness and I do not want any of my fighters having to learn this life lesson if it can be avoided. I can also say from experience that I have felt the exilaration of winning when all of these components are in top form.

Finally I love the concept of this program because it can be done anytime, anywhere which is great for up and coming stars that are not yet making the big bucks and it minimises/eliminates injuries……..perfect!

Ed Cooper July 15, 2010 at 10:03 pm

Hello Tacfit Team,

My name is Ed Cooper and I work in Law Enforcement. Since coming across your program, I have been very motivated to immerse myself into your work out regiment simply because I am not receiving it here. You see, I am in what most would call the corrections field and unlike the Police and Deputies, my group of Officers are the forgotten ones. No yearly S.C.A.T training recerts or anyone pushing extra curricular training except myself. I have responded to disturbances in my work facility and even large scale fights. If I were to be chosen for a Commando Deluxe Deployment Kit, I would promote the program and urge others to get involved, while making myself sharper on my job site. No guns, no taser, no cap stun, no asp baton or no bullet proof vest! Just one Officer assigned to 56+ Men who can have any range of charge from mediocre to violent. Help give the Officers NOT in the lime light a chance! Thanks and I love what you guys have so far!

austin July 15, 2010 at 10:04 pm

Just wanted to say thanks and good luck to everybody!….I excitedly jumped to this page in order to try to win this program for myself but made the mistake of reading everybody’s stories and saw a lot of heroes that deserve it more than I do. I’m just a chubby elementary school counselor now, but I have been in many of your shoes. Thanks for the whole “being a hero” thing and good luck everybody!!!

washington oryema July 15, 2010 at 10:05 pm

DEAR tacfit
if only the whole world would know how important the tacfit fitness is,then i am sure the overall cost of medical,health care would be reduced by almost 90%,overall fitness to make not only combat readiness,self defense,rigrous work in a dificult environment,overcome predeposition like,obesity,hypertention,pneumonoa,lung cancer,right thingking,stress free.,healthy siblings,energeting trait,well functonal relationship,promotion due to performance,pruductive and a healthy and happy living and longevity.increase and improvement in the intellegent level,overcoming bandit in public,safety protection of person and safe guarging property.

Jack Nichols July 15, 2010 at 10:07 pm

Self preservation for my family.

Ville July 15, 2010 at 10:07 pm

I love crack,
I mean crack climbing. It’s a style of climbing where you usually don’t have holds on the rock and you use your own body parts to make holds. It requires a great amount of full body strength to be able to go upwards like that. Sometimes you are barely able to stuff the tips of your fingers into the crack and sometimes you can fit your whole body into the crack. Sometimes you even go upwards upside down, feet first. Although I do climbing mainly for the fun of it, it’s also a good way to challenge myself and test my boundaries, both physically and mentally. Sometimes I find myself from a situation where there are no room for mistakes, where a fall could lead to a serious injury. Then I have to keep it together and have confidence in my skills and in my strength.

TACFIT serves my goals perfectly because it’s not only physically but also mentally demanding. The 6 degrees of freedom are indispensable in the multidimensional world of climbing. The skill to be able to keep going despite the continuous build-up of lactic acid is also crucial when climbing is demanding and rests are scarce. Because climbing is very “pull dominant” TACFIT is excellent for keeping up the muscle balance, not forgetting joint mobility, thus remaining injury free.

Thank you!

Greetings from Finland,
Ville

Dan Robinson July 15, 2010 at 10:07 pm

Just turned 50 and work from home. Just wanting to live a better quality of life.

Matt Feato July 15, 2010 at 10:07 pm

OK. So I’m basically stuck at home now for the next several months. Lost my license due to a DUI…yes, stupidity reigns supreme there. Luckily, nothing major happened accident/injury-wise with the incident, so I’m grateful there. (don’t do it folks..it isn’t worth it)

Because of that, no more gym membership…too far to get there now by foot, the bus would take like 90 minutes plus round-trip due to the routes, stops, and changes, and cab rides are probably $30 round trip. Yikes! Plus, trying to schedule rides left and right all the time would be a royal pain just to get “out there” for the amount I need to be there.

Next deal: since I live at home still (pathetic, but making strides to get out of here business-wise), I don’t have the space, or the dinero for the “home gym.” I came across this workout and did the tests and love it. I’ve taken some strides over the past year and change to get into *better* shape (losing about 20-25 pounds through bodyweight and basic lifting techniques), but now I need to get into that hardcore, all-out phase to get *that* kind of body.

I have 4 months until my birthday…I didn’t pull it off last year because I wussed out, but this year I want to be in the best shape of my life. The fact I can’t get out as much right now makes it even easier to do because I can’t cry about the “no time” BS to workout. Can’t cry about the money for equipment because I don’t need any. I figure, this gets me going, then when I can get back on the road/my own spot, add a little equipment into the mix when I’m more advanced into the training….it’s over. Plain and simple.

That’s all I got. Now where was that self-destruct button….

Ryan Mitchell July 15, 2010 at 10:08 pm

TACFIT Commando is truely perfect. My education background is in Exercise Science and Massage Therapy. It is like nothing I’ve ever seen. Two long lost friends and I started in Feb. and some how the challenge brought us together. We started emailing our progress and daily discussions from the program has been the most contact we’ve had in 10 years. It has strengthened our friendship and made us stronger and healthier than ever before. The pains of age have been removed, and I feel perfect.. I didn’t know I could be strong and pain free, even with all my advanced massage training. I find myself recommending this to everyone because I want everyone to experience how life should be, free from pain and weakness..TACFIT Commando is life changing, and I am forever thankful for it.

Greg July 15, 2010 at 10:08 pm

Hello Coaches,

I live on a island in the Pacific North West. I grew up playing sports, Hockey, soccer, rugby, weight lifting. I have been involved in martial arts my whole adult life, beginning with taiji and qigong. I had a disciplined practice but always felt as though something was missing. I started to develop lower back pain from my occupation(horse shoer) and thought I was way to young for this. I took action and ended up studying wushu in Vancouver, Ca, which helped with my back pain and increase my flexiblility. After three years of study, I was on the seekers path again to deepen my practice. I began my study with a taoist priest for wudang mountain. This was another three years of intensive study. It allowed me to touch the surface of the philosophical side of the arts, both healing and martial. Still I felt as though I was missing something fundamental in my training, especially on the fitness conditioning side, I was relatively fit, but knew there has to be more. It wasn’t until a student of my gave me a kettlebell and asked me to figure out how to use it, so I could teach him. So I hit the internet to find out about the kettle bell and a world began to open up to me. I was ready to go to a weekend training, but something was amiss and I could not pull the trigger. I went back to the internet and this time when I searched the name Scott Sonnon came up. As you know, the info was different, IT WAS OUTSTANDING. One thing lead to another, then tacfit commando came out, and I am hooked. I love the science of it as much as I love the nuts and bolts of the workouts. It is phenomenal! I teach a kids martial art class (6-12) and have had them doing a few burst of tacfit. The parents are wanting me to teach classed for them! I can’t make it to the next CST training in August but I sure hope you will be in Bham in 2011, I will be there.

Thank you for all that you all do. You have developed a recipe of success!

As far as outrageous goes – I also train horses and there is a real need for systematic training for horses. As I deepen my practice and understanding of tacfit I will keep the channels of inspiration open for ideas of conditioning the equine athlete with a system like this. I have already incorporated joint mobility into my equine practice!

Thanks again

Greg

Bevan Murphy July 15, 2010 at 10:08 pm

“TACFIT commando! What the hell’s that?” my wife laughed. “And what do you suppose that will do for you?
“It’s this great tactical fitness conditioning program. I will be able to shed some flab, increase my mobility and train like Special Operations personnel without even going to the gym.” I replied excitedly.
“You mean you’ll be a Tragically Awkward Chubber who’s Flabby In T-shirts”. She was hysterical now.
“Yeah, good one – you won’t be laughing so hard when I can crack an egg between my chiselled…”
“Or, or, you’ll be a Typically Angry Catastrophically Incurrable Trekkie” she interrupted while trying to split her fingers in two to make the Vulcan salute. “Or, or, you’ll be a Trained Ape Climbing Fences In Tights, and then you’ll go scoff a Thickshake After Chomping Fries In Tacobell, while massaging your Toxic Artificial Calves Full of Implanted Toffee…”
It was at this time that I started second guessing doing the commando course – perhaps Scott’s Clubbell Starter Bundle would be a better stress reliever with my wife! Nah… my mouth opened and blurted “I’m going to do Scott’s and Ryan’s commando course regardless and I will Tighten my Abs Completely with a Fearsome Imminent Transformation!”

LFG July 15, 2010 at 10:09 pm

Hi guys, I noticed there are only guys asking for the program and wondered “where are the girls?”.So here I am, a baby-boomer fast approaching 60, with a twist (I am also a little old chinese lady). I have a body probably the envy of many but I have health issues that I want to remove by doing exercises rather than popping pills. I heard resistance training is good for “type2″ diabetes, have tried that and seen some results but not enough to bring the sugar level down to normal. I need an exercise program that will help me achieve my goal. I have seen Scot doing his moves – I want to be able to say to my (future)grandchildren – I can do that too! Can you imagine an “almost 60 little old chinese” lady doing the TacFit moves? I can!

Dean Esch July 15, 2010 at 10:12 pm

Don’t want to tell you a sob story but here is my situation. I had a kidney transplant in 9-1-2008 and had a few complications with it cataracts in both eyes, and the medications caused me to need a hip replacement surgery also my lower legs and feet have swollen up so I have limited mobility. This put me on long term disability and no job so income is limited. I need Tacfit to get back in shape so I can provide for my family, show what a 54 old is capable of with a system of training and living

gareth July 15, 2010 at 10:15 pm

i’m no soldier off to war, nor a copper in pursuit of crooks. i’m not a fitness trainer, don’t fight fires or save lives, not even as a hobby. I don’t participate in noble pursuits such as the blockade of the Japanese whaling fleet in the southern ocean or protests against the clubbing of baby seals. What i am is a poor hen pecked bloke at the beck and call of an insidious mistress called ‘the missus’. I live with a never ending litany of abuse and castigation. I’m sure you can understand my plight, there i was just last weekend trying to watch the footy with a couple of coldies and all i get is “put the garbage out, rake the leaves, trim the hedge, walk the dog you lazy good for nothing !#@*&$^”. Btw that is her version of sweet talking me into chores! So the time is nigh, i must turn the tables on the evil witch! Can you help?

Cheers
gareth

Don July 15, 2010 at 10:15 pm

Dear Sir,
I work in the oil and gas business and have been based in one place for the past four years. I will soon be heading out to more isolated loacations where gyms and fitness centres are more than likely non-existant.
I have worked in areas where the temperatures outside are over 50 deg C and am heading back there, the work involved in of a physical nature and requires the mind to remain focussed and alert at all times. The working hours are long and therefore i need an exercise routine that can be done in a limited space of time and within the the confines of a normal bedroom. TACFIT seems to be the ideal choice for me; the discipline, the bodyweight routines and the unique way in which excercises and fitness are addressed are appealing to my lifestyle.
Thanks for the great systems and the challenges you sent out.
Regards,
Don

John DeSoto July 15, 2010 at 10:17 pm

I’ve lost muscle tone and flexibility due to decades of inactivity that also caused several heart attacks, the last of which resulted in an emergency triple bypass. Old photos trigger memories of what I used to be, and what I was capable of.
The difference is rather depressing. TACFIT works on toning, flexibility, balance, and recovery, and seems to do so by blending the best parts of several different disciplines and then improving on them, taking all of them well beyond what any of them could do alone. Routines that don’t show rapid results or which don’t address many aspects of physical fitness hold little interest for me. TACFIT gets results, and that’s what I want.

Tim Singleton July 15, 2010 at 10:25 pm

The TACFIT Commando system is the perfect system for me because it fits into the Spartan life I have embarked upon. I am 47 years old and recovering from a robbery, a divorce, and subsequently all things I held precious in my life being taken from me. I owned my own ISP which was robbed of all its cash and significant hardware assets while I was on a trip trying to expand the business into other markets. My wife of 13 years who I dearly loved at the time simply said when she discovered the situation, “You should have been watching closer; I want a divorce.” This was on my birthday a couple of days after Thanksgiving 1998.

This is not a complaint as such. Had the previous events not occurred, I would not have been able to see my life and the falsities in it with clear vision. Nothing clears up the senses and creates a clarity of vision like having life ram a red hot poker up your ass and ask, “What is really important now?!?!”

I was left with tremendous bills, no assets, no will. All my furniture gone, my house looked abandoned. Hell, it WAS abandoned; there was no spirit there. I slept there at night but many nights I did not even bother to turn on the lights. It may sound strange but there was a feeling that darkness was safe.

It took me a while, but I finally figured out how to stand and carry my own weight again. I discovered that Ramen noodles were not only cheap, hellfire they were GOOD and kept your belly quite full making it easier to keep gas in the car. A few times I made the mistake of taking help from people, then found out that nearly always help comes with significant chains and obligations; there is a feeling in the help of some who aid that can range from simply being glad to help someone get past a bad spot to the darker versions where feelings of enraged ownership and entitlement to and on your time are not overstated in any way.

Once I learned to live without credit and to be completely self-sufficient on whatever income I was making, I began to realize that it did not matter about the losses of the past. I had indeed bulit a business for a short while that earned me an income that put me in the top .01% of the world’s population. What I did not know at the time was that it was not my talent and business decisions that caused it; it was being born into the greatest capitalistic country in the world where they had artificially driven interest rates into the ground in such a fashion that every middle double digit IQ fool in the universe was becoming a real estate millionaire. My point is, I did not lose a stone castle; I lost a gingerbread house that fell down from the first strong storm.

I am currently building my asset base up in a hard fashion, with much late night research and midnight oil. I work a 40 hour job and I work a 40 hour home based business because I will not be dictated to by the government when I retire. I have discovered that being engaged in rewarding work that you love and that pays you is the same as being retired. Along those lines, I quit bemoaning what I had lost and then turned around and said, “What else can I throw away that will free up MORE resources for investment and debt retirement?” Turns out there was quite a lot that could go. I could easily afford a 52″ top of the line flat panel TV (LCD now?) but since I no longer watch TV at night, my 27″ CRT Emerson with a dead built in DVD player gets turned on maybe once in several months. My labor, my money, my CAPITAL…is precious to me as it represents ammunition in my own personal war of independence from this bastard government. Geez, it is a damn shame Ramen is not so good for you, LOL. I have moved into a basement apartment which is tiny, but includes all the utilities. It does not have central air, but because it is insulated on three sides, it is bearably cool in the summer and bearably warm in the winter. My vehicle is paid for and I now laugh at the pre-approved credit cards and car loans that come in the mail. They get ground up and mixed with wax and stored as future fuel should the world go the way Obama wants it to go.

I say all this to explain WHY I want the TACFIT Commando system. Simply put, I do not know how to train without a gym. This system will teach me that and fits more in line with my wanting to follow a Spartan lifestyle and dig trench after trench of financial insulation against the larcenous tendancies of life against a person’s assets. It will allow me to drop my gym membership once it plays out and put me in better shape to boot. I have no need to be big, as I am never going to play in the NFL. I need to be HARD and I need a system that will layer that hardness in like a swordsmith lays in layers of steel into a blade and then tempers it to keep its strength and so it will hold an edge. I need to voluntarily do to my body what God has done to my mind and heart through events in life.

You choosing me to give the system to helps me access what is clearly an awesome system that has result of much thought and labor. That is what is does for me. What it will do for YOU, is that you will have pictures of a fellow at 5′11″ who weighs 274lbs right now and you will then have that fellow looking like a hard, faceted diamond at around 200lbs after some time on your system to use in your promotions. I say 200lbs because I am 31% bodyfat which means at 199.06lbs, I would be at 5% bodyfat.

The storms over the last ten years as I worked out my character flaws and learned the lessons that a man determined to live on his own feet learn have made me realize that I am not a bad guy in any way and that God sees me and is at times glad of that seeing. It sometimes makes me laugh out loud to realize that I am grateful for those storms because had they never come, I should never have known myself.

Tokyo July 16, 2010 at 12:42 am

Man, we have never met but I loved this story.

Sherah July 15, 2010 at 10:28 pm

I am a 33 year old mother of 7 children ages 11-1 year. Being fit has always held my interest, but I’ve been frustrated time & again with the conflicting information out there, including which exercises to do and how I must need a gym membership, etc. I’ve had this goal for a LONG time to prove that a mom who has given birth to so many children in such a short amount of time, CAN have a flat stomach. I can have abs! I don’t have to resign myself to being an overweight, out of shape mom and that’s just “the way it is” when you have children.

And not just that, but I can be ACTIVE and run and play with them – without getting tired and worn out quickly despite “looking” like I am in shape. I want to have that feeling like a sleek leopard when it wakes up from a nap, stretches, and can FEEL the agility and muscles with an awareness that only comes from working my body hard. I love hard workouts and the fact that I don’t have to go to the gym with TacFit – not convenient with so many children – and cannot wait to look and feel like my body is the best it can be – even better than before I had kids.

Thank you!

Sherah

Simon Hatherell July 15, 2010 at 10:28 pm

I am nearly 44 years of age and have a beautiful wife and 3 beautiful kids – a girl aged 9, boys 8 and 6.

My motivation for this programme is:
- remain healthy and active to enjoy my time with my family and ensure that I will be around (i.e alive) for them.
- to be a living example to my kids of how you can overcome self imposed limits.
- provide an effective skill set for my kids to engage fully in a life of activity.

I really like the fact that this can be performed “anywhere, anytime” and has inbuilt natural progressions eliminating any excuses for sticking with it.

No excuses!

Cheers

Simon

Clement July 15, 2010 at 10:30 pm

Hi Scott, the last 5 years of my life have been pretty much about getting that elusive 6 pack. I’m now 19 and my demons are behind me, but I’ve still not gotten it yet.

I’ve always been active and not overweight, but have never seen my abs before. I guess you could call me sort of skinny fat. Anyway, I did everything you can imagine – bodybuilding, long endurance cardio, powerlifting-like training -but haven’t been able to lose that last bit of fat. In desperation, I spiralled into bullimia and other eating disorders and was stuck in that stage for the best part of 3 years. I lost muscle and my alertness deteriorated. I shunned company and became obsessed about getting thin – I was so sure that way was the only way I could get ripped.

Then, about 2 years ago, I decided enough was enough. I wasn’t going to let my failures hinge on excuses like these for which I only had myself to blame. I picked up Turbulence Training and Eat Stop Eat and gained muscle and progressed to a healthy weight. I was so happy when I saw the first signs of definition on my shoulders. However, I’ve stalled for the last 4 months. I’ve been eating as clean as I can and been religiously counting my calories. However, the abs still would not show! I know it’s time for me to change my training plan. I am willing to take that step and try out your new programme, with amazing amounts of flexibility and mobility and such tremendous movement patterns! I’m eager to try out this training programme from the man who’s trained many champion fighters before. As a 19 year old male, I really hope you take my financial limitations into consideration too. I sincerely hope you’ll find me worthy of a free copy of your system.

Chris Dippel July 15, 2010 at 10:31 pm

Hello Scott,
i’m a 16 year old student who is extremely interested in fitness and bodybuilding. all my life i have been interested in anything that includes myself being active. lately i have had some problems getting motivated to workout. just recently, i came across your program, and have started the recruit version. i am not highly motivated to workout. As well, this program would complete my preparation for the Canadian Forces. while watching the videos, i can see that the exercises can improve my abilities to get to my feet after a fall. this program can also help me under stress with the military and abroad. as i have mentioned before, this program would help me improve almost every aspect of my fitness. i will need to improve every aspect of my fitness to be able to make it in the CF. this program will help me succeed with my dreams of fighting for my country.

Thanks for this outrageous opportunity, whoever wins this contest will be helped greatly.

Chris

Murray July 15, 2010 at 10:37 pm

Hi there,
At 64 and going on pension soon I am in the fight of my life, the enemy is old age!! Slowing down is all very well but I don’t want to stop. Tacfit gives me the tools to confront and win Fitness, being able to move well and be well balanced gives one so much personal confidence that it flows over into ones whole life.
I would also like to be a role model for the baby boomers, some of whom seem to be becoming couch potatoes – they will sieze up and stop. It really is a case of “use it or lose it” and Tacfit provides a really different and relevant solution. I will use Tacfit to prepare myself for the challenge of life – “Tacfit is my tactic for life”
The videos show the exercise at real speed and are inspirational – but the progressive fotos are the key to helping to learn the exercise – more progressive fotos please.

Clair July 15, 2010 at 10:40 pm

Hi!

I was a dancer since 11, was not only fit, I was nimble and quick on my feet. My responses were pretty quick and my eye-hand/feet coordination was among the best in my group of dancers. But as I entered 20s and started working, I stopped being active, lost agility and gained weight!

In the past 3 months I have taken a serious look at my current fitness level and was very unhappy with the way I looked. I wasn’t too out of shape, but I was flabby and I no longer with the grace and agility that I used to. I started on some bodyweight exercises and through some internet surfing, I found TACFIT.

I was VERY impressed that instead of emphasising on physical aesthetics, you preach true mobility. Our bodies as 1 tight muscle that responds and recovers quickly. I was hooked.

Not to mention, I am the only girl in my office to encourage my colleagues around me to move more. And not just engage in sports as the only way of keeping fit. I challenged them to improve their flexibility and agility; and to get out of the conventional cardio exercises that simply do not work. I am now the “fitness fanatic” in the office and with TACFIT, I know I can carry on challenging my colleagues with more to show for myself!

I can’t wait to be more than toned, I want to be defined (for a girl) and add agility to my fitness!

Thankyou for doing what you’re doing!

Chew Yi Shen July 15, 2010 at 10:47 pm

Yo Sir,
The reason I want to win one of the delxue for TACFIT Commando it because my friends have been looking down on me. Critize on me that I am fat, if you go NS-National Service for 2 years service and you cannot endure the tough training. And I told them them I want to be a commando when I am going in to NS when I reach 18 year old. My friends simply laughing like insane they f:kin doubt that I dun have the body to be deserve to go in commando. So I wanna prove to everyone and my friends that look down on me that I can achieve a amazing physique with your TACFIT Commando program. Thats my reason to WIN.

Ajit Pandey July 15, 2010 at 10:52 pm

I am following and trying to understand your system and techniques so that i am able to benefit from it, i happen to be 57 years old, and an architect, i have always found time for exercise despite busy days, and that has kept me more or less pretty fit. I also had mayocardial infraction, and had the angioplasty done some 10 years ago, that motivated me to aggressively pursue physical exercises, and i started achieving some of my personal highs and milestones, i ran for 10-12 kms every alt day, gym with usual split upper/lower body combinations etc and i found it very scientific, i also could do 100 hindu push ups non stop etc. l quite accidently stumbled a few exercises on you tube, you may laugh but at 56 i saw what burpee, 8-point body builder, planks and host of other body weight exercises .. they were refreshingly new to me l carefully learnt burpee and started doing 50 daily, i loved this inch worms, walk outs and hand stands, pikes – all new to me , this was a whole new world for a person who spent his life doing 100 to 200 push ups and 200 to 400 hin squats routinely. but Tacfit, to my mind is the product of real scientific inquiry, exhibits the finest sophistication, and utopian mix of the best mankind has developed. i have seen the club(s) at my ancesteral village where i have seen my uncles weave ‘em for hours, those were very heavy ..anyway, your TACFIT program seems to be the most beautifully structured with superb innovative exercises, i wonder if i can immerse myself in this beautiful challange , this opens up an entirely new vista though a bit late (57yrs) in a day.. all i can say is it is amazing, awesome as you guys say . I take this opportunity to congratulate all of you for bringing out such innovations and also express deepest appreciations and thanks, i know because doing upto 400 dive bombers continuously and same number full squats in Indian heat regularly without break can be monotonous, and harmful, this program is like a whiff of fresh morning air which would vindicate my life long mindless meanderings with primitive set of body weight exercises.

Simon July 15, 2010 at 10:54 pm

I’m a father of 2 lovely kids, a web developer, overweight and out of shape; sadly the thing I spend the greatest part of my day/life (50+ hours a week) doing is sitting at a keyboard typing (kinda ironic huh!), what does that make me fit for? Does it make me fit to run around with my kids, climb trees, pick them up, run with them on my shoulders? No it makes me excellent at typing!

I don’t want to spend what free time I have jogging on a treadmill after work to get home just in time to say good night. I want to maximise my time with my family – I want that time to be spent having fun and doing stuff. I need to be fit and ready at all times (even at night) to deal with, and enjoy, life.

Dean Krall July 15, 2010 at 10:55 pm

I am 41 years years of age and work hospital security. I weigh 120 lbs. We have an emergency room and and two psychiatric wards. My Security Dept. frequently engages in hands on altercations with patients. I would like to be more effective in the minimum application of use of force in order to most effectively keep our staff and officers safe. I have tried several programs and found them lacking. Despite my size, I do well in physical confrontations, mostly due to daily weight training. However, I am a hard gainer and it is difficult for me to assimilate additonal muscle mass which I believe would benefit our staff, patients, and officers. I believe that verbal control is ideal, but when that fails, physical restraint is the best means to safely control a patient, so as to limit the danger to the patient, staff, officers and that of passerby. I feel your program will greatly assist my in these endeavors. Thank you for time.

Dean Barwick July 15, 2010 at 11:02 pm

I am 49 years old and I am used to being in great shape with martial arts training in my youth and intense strength training as well. In the past 7 years I have gone from a 34 to a 48 inch waist and have lost much of the flexibility I was accustomed to. I have determined to get back into shape for my self and as an example for my 5 boys, and although I used to train with intensity that carried through into everything I did, I find my self getting exhausted after working out. I so I have been looking for a solution that will maximize flexibility as well as build lean muscle tissue and provide an intense cardio workout.

I have been training with calisthenics (push-ups, sit-ups, knee bends ECT), and then I revived an email from TACFIT offering me a sample view of your training routine and I was immediately impressed with the movements and flexibility demonstrated in the training, and when I tried some of the routine I Knew this was exactly the challenge I have been looking for.

Sasha July 15, 2010 at 11:06 pm

I need TACFIT Commando System because you need it and so does everyone!
I see a day when all the citizens of this fine republic are awakened, ready and willing to
contribute what is needed to make this country the best in the world again!
The shining beacon of democracy, hope, equality and opportunity. I need TACFIT
Commando System, you need it and so does everyone who is a responsible individual.
Who will help you, your family, your neighbor, your sheriff when the shrek hits the fan?
Be ready and be prepaired. The time for TACFIT Commando System is NOW!
From Sea to Shining Sea TACFIT Commando System!

Lee Smiley July 15, 2010 at 11:07 pm

I`m just A regular guy father of two one boy and one girl. In the last year my life has changed alot I was feeling sluggish and ran down all the time so I went to the doctor to find out what was wrong with me. I found out I was way over weight … I already knew that but I also found out I had hypertension and was border line diabetic. So I get the speech about how I have to change my life style and take A bunch of pills everyday. Now i`m only 35 and did not want to take pills for the rest of my life. So I started eating the way I should and working out 4 times A week now in the past 6 months I have lost 65 pounds. I went from 260 to 195 on A 5`9 frame and it has made A world of difference I still got more to go but I know I can do it. Now in the past 6 months I have tried all kinds of different programs from P90 X to just about everything that my gym has to offer. Then A friend of mine shows me your TACFIT system and I tried it and I have never felt so good after A work out than I have with TACFIT i`m more flexible and retain less muscle soreness. I am looking forward to seeing the next evolution of this program. Oh and by the way I stopped giving that gym my money. And only use your system now along with my jogging and its working great. Thank you guys.

Yar KHALID July 15, 2010 at 11:12 pm

Hi !
I am a health care professional ,working in Cardiology in E.R.I have a random duty schedual and i work in a very high stress enviroment where a lot of life saving descions are made.i started doing some of the workouts shown in your videos.I feel energized and a bit relaxed.Following the whole workout kit will definately help me to stay fit ,a workout i can do anytime, and help me focus more in my life and on my job

Iain Reynolds July 15, 2010 at 11:12 pm

G’day Coaches,
I am a scrawny 36 year old paramedic in an isolated mining town 3 hours south of Perth in Western Australia. I work 10 hour days and 14 hour nights. I have played sports such as Rugby, Aussie Rules Football, American Football and currently doing BJJ and I have never come across anything like the system you are offering.There is no real gym in town and I travel 1 hour one way to do my BJJ once, sometimes twice a week and then drive back. I honestly believe the TACFIT system you have devised is perfect for me. In my town I work with a volunteer or at times on my own and the physical stress placed on my body with all the lifting, pushing and pulling is starting to take its toll. To be honest with you, the final crunch for me occured last month when a patient high on drugs, threatened to kill me and chased me out of my ambulance and up the road before he ran into the local hospital threatening to kill everyone and trashed the place. It was late at night, I was on my own, cold, stiff and thanking god I was able to get out. One thought crossed my mind at the time, my wife and son. I want and need to be ready at the drop of a hat, to react to any threat to myself and do my job without risk of injury. This is happening all too often lately and all I would like to do is go home every day to my family. I believe your system and my dedication can help me achieve this.

Thankyou, Iain.

Jamie Louise July 15, 2010 at 11:14 pm

Hi to my favourite life changing Coaches,
I love being a winner and ever since I first laid my eyes on RMAX I’ve been a winner. You have given me the power to embrace who I really am. My CST library has become quite extent but there is always room for more. I train with clients 4 days/wk. Some Personal Training and 7x group classes a/wk, so I am able to expose many people to your awesome training protocols. They are always very amazed at how much fun we have while still getting a great workout and they love that we don’t have to stay indoors in the gym.

I think I have become a CST junky so I’m ready for a new fix and TACTFIT is just the right program. Due to all these hands on sessions I need to keep my own training in check and TACTFIT looks and feels perfect.
I’ve been following Kathy Lucas’s training and am very inspired. As a dancer and new Zumba instructor I love that she has found such great core strength from TACTFIT to improve her dancing.
I am ready, bring it on. . . . . . .

richard July 15, 2010 at 11:17 pm

Having been a reasonably fit person at 75 kgs I found last year I had heart problems – well not the heart which was, and is, in excellant shape (no damage at all) but the d.mn tubes around it were filling up – si I had a triple bypass in January. I am now well on the mend but hav rocketed to nealry 89 kgs. I have been given the all clear by my doctor – who is a sportsman himself – to return to full exercise – but with the meds and work I am finding it harder to find time and find a program that isnt boring after 3 weeks and is functional – I dont need ’show’ anymore – I need a body that will function well and support me in my fitness goals – and something I can do anywhere any time.
I also hope to leave my current sedentary job – and looking like a tubby guy wont help with that.
Good luck finding 3 winners – I think most of us who have written are good causes! (and thanks for the mobility book anyway)

Alda July 15, 2010 at 11:21 pm

Bodyweight conditioning is building muscles, stretching tendons, strenghtening joints, melting fat. All this at the same time with no need for any expensive equipment nor large spaces. Difficulty can be set to match everyones personal level of fitness.
Body can be turned into a gym anytime anywhere.

Nikolai July 15, 2010 at 11:21 pm

While growing up I was often considered to be physically inferior due to my small build, it was implied(blatantly) rather than spoken aloud; this primarily stemmed from my Indian decent where being skinny was a sign of poverty and was synonymous with lack of prowess as a warrior (again non of these things were spoken but it passed on over generations).

However what defines a man is not the circumstances he was born into but what he choses to become; and from a young age i did not accept their views.Thus I sought to live life to the fullest, and for a child that was born dead seeing day 1 of my life was a gift from God, one which should not be wasted, thus conquering all realms of human existence and gaining a full understanding of life seems like a noble pursuit. In my quest to do this there are many challenges which i am eager to embrace also I have added skydiving, base jumping, spelunking and scuba diving to my list of sports to pursue, since the regular sports i tried just don’t appeal to me, and tacfit commando seems capable of helping me take on these challenges(being buff is also a plus). My interest in combative arts and lack of patience with traditional martial arts lead me to mma where we did cst, which i did excel at due to its elegance and my overall incompetence with regular gym regimes, but my mma gym closed down and i know of no other persons that teach cst in my country.

In conclusion I am of the belief that tacfit commando v 2.0 is capable of taking a 20 year old Physics undergrad one step closer to his dream of being James Bond/ Batman/ Jason Bourne/ Green Power Ranger on steroids i.e. my physical peak, if what i read about tacfit is true then it is right for me.

Regards
Nikolai.M

maurizio July 15, 2010 at 11:23 pm

TACFIT Commando
Simple
Portable
Effective
I want it.
You should want it too.

Klaus July 15, 2010 at 11:23 pm

Hi coach,
I am 47 from Germany married and have two adorable children and a job keeps me on the trot.
I have now the two weeks your free training recruits completed two repetitions, and must admit it is addictive and makes lust for more.
I just beforehand with some fitness training and jogging as well as he kept a little fit. But I had never really motivated. I’ve tried already a lot of diets. Is it any wonder at 186 cm and 98 kg and approximately 28% fat. This is strange since I use tac to fit my hunger any way regulated by itself. I have now 3kg less and after 2 weeks.
For me, this is a huge opportunity and motivation. Ok the first week was difficult
but now it runs like Self Many many thanks again I’ll stay on the ball either way.
Large honor God protect you
many greetings
Klaus

mebs July 15, 2010 at 11:35 pm

Hello everyone!;

do not know what to say why is should win a TACFIT Deluxe, but i know that i am a secluded person in Africa – Tanzania, and would love to get involved and share these new ideas in this part of the world. this is where we have the least equipment and Gyms, TACFIT offers a new way to workout and keep fit without utilizing equipment. it will also allow us to impart knowledge to other people in the field of nutrition, health an personal management. being this far we have tried ordering a lot of products on line and we have not managed to get them. except for Convict conditioning was impressed that it was delivered in 7 days. the rest of the products never get here. the argument which i have placed is that i am a 55 yrs old love body building and am looking at new ways to keep fit and healthy, TACFIT looks like a very good program, and am still trying to get over the recruit level. also the final reason is i would appreciate if we got this free gift so we can share it with our friends.

regards
mebs

Mary July 15, 2010 at 11:36 pm

Scott and team,

I’m soon to be 59 and can’t remember ever being a totally fit woman. I run marathons, I eat healthy, I go to a gym on occassion but I’m in a rut. I can’t seem to find the answer to what will enable me to shed the wrapper of the extra fat layers I have put my body into.

I’ve read articles, websites, blogs and magazines in search of what can guide me. None seem to outline a program better than what I have seen in the teasers you have provided. I see an answer to the questions I have as what to do to enbale the woman I see in the mirror to become the warrior that she longs to be.

Craig Freear July 15, 2010 at 11:38 pm

Hi, I found your website only 10 days ago. I am just an ordinary guy who used to play serious Basketball when I was younger. After finishing playing I spent several years giving back to the sport by coaching at high school and age group level with success beyond our expectations. In my 30 and early forties I experienced twice the mishap of having prolasped discs that required surgery. As a result of the 2nd surgery not being as successful as hoped, I physically struggle with walking and exercising. My son is now soon to start college and so I am again committing to coaching basketball for a couple of teams including age group reps.
I would like to be considered for the tacfit commando programme to enable me to improve my fitness, my self esteem, continue coaching and being a better role model to my son and his friends/teamates.
Thanks Craig
Craig Freear

Curtis Peil July 15, 2010 at 11:39 pm

My wife has been disabled since 1993. With diabetes, three strokes and two seizures, I have had my hands full taking care of her. I have vision in one eye, and cannot drive after dark. When I was working, ALL my jobs, I had to ride my pedal bike to and from work, around 5-10 miles one way every day to get to work, becasue it was too dark when I got off work. Well, I stopped working 4 yrs back, becasue I fell 30′ feet of a lady;s roof. Wasn’t my fault … she didn’t have enough roof!. Well, witrh God’s grace, I landed on my feet, rolled down a ravine, and landed in trauma ctr for 6 days. I lost at least 50% of my strenghth, but I can do ‘most’ of what I used to do, BUT SLOWER. But, since I turned 60, last yr, I shuttled up from 175 to ‘almost’ 200! I look like I am caryying twins!. My new name? PIGASAUROUS! My mirrors even turn away. My scale screams when it sees me coming. HELP!!! Is it my metabolism? Am I really pg? I hate it!. I need help to get back into shape to help take care of the things around here AND my wife! Thanks.

Kyle July 15, 2010 at 11:40 pm

I am deployed in Iraq. The job can be physically demanding when we have of our gear on. I do PT on a regular basis and take groups of people on runs and workouts in the gym. I have added the TACFIT Challenge to our workouts once a week. It’s amazing how much endurance and strength this workout builds. PT scores in my groups have been improving every month. Thank you for allowing me to show my fellow soldiers this awsome workout.

Kyle Sprecher July 15, 2010 at 11:40 pm

I’d rather the free offers go to a USA military veteran who secured our freedom to even workout in the first place.

But I am excited for the possibilities of this program given my situation. After two marathons and 20+ years of soccer under my belt, I can no longer run even the shortest of distances. I can barely walk without pain. For the past four years I’ve had three surgeries (two scopes and a osteochrondoplasty), and I’ve seen over 6 doctors, 15 physical therapists, and all sorts of odd balls in between. Nothing has worked. My mobility and stability are shot and I can’t seem to get my joints and soft tissues in the pelvic, core, and hip area in alignment and strong.

I did p90x and had good results, but I’m looking for a more well rounded approach. I love the philosophy I am reading about with the guys at Circular Strength Training and Scott Sonnon. And I really would like to get this next phase of life right with regards to my fitness because in two weeks I become a new dad. So here’s to hoping that Tacfit can get this motivated, competitive (wanna-be S.E.A.L.) back to functioning and moving again!

Kyle Sprecher, Seattle, WA

Thomas July 15, 2010 at 11:43 pm

Hi Tacfit,
I guess you all know the modern, flashy, shiny and funky gyms where “people” hang out. These gyms look rather like wellness islands rather than places to where you form your body. I have no idea how much they cost where YOU live, but here, they cost a fortune. But that’s not the point. I have a family with 2 kids and a busy, hectic and time-consuming job in IT (read: sitting around the whole day). And I want it all: do a good job, spend a lot of time with my family AND stay fit, healthy and good-looking. I live in a city with not much spare room, and I don’t want to waste money for a gym. However, I have a small room in the basement, and this is where I exercise during winter. During summer, I take the TACFIT program with me, and down at the lake, early in the morning at 5:30am (is YOUR gym open by then??), I challenge my body. There, I go to extremes. Fresh air, the quiet lake: I feel like an animal, and that’s how I train :-) The TACFIT exercises allow me to do just that. The TACFIT exercises allow me to efficiently train my body the way I want, when I want, and where I want it.
Guys, this is really great stuff. Congratulations.
Best regards from Zurich, Switzerland…..
-Thomas

Michael Sonesen July 15, 2010 at 11:43 pm

Why do I need a Tacfit Commando Deluxe Deployment Kit? That’s like asking why is the sky blue or why was my family kidnapped by ninjas – which is exactly why I do need one. You see, usually when something like that happens in the movies, it’s to a guy who is in relatively good shape – a thin guy who has no real problems rising to the occasion with a few excerpts of motivational music. But here in real life, it’s not like that not. Me? I’ve been a desk jockey all my life. Believe me, there is no music so motivating that I could take on a anemic french poodle, much less an organization of professional assassins. You see, there’s a right way to do things, and a wrong way – get fit and get the job done, or look big eyed and pathetic, begging for mercy between wheezing breaths and mopping your brow. Which, by the way, never got me a date either – apparently, when shopping for abs on there men, the ladies prefer biscuits to a loaf of bread. (Women: can’t life with ‘em – even though you want too really bad.)

It’s bad enough that I don’t have a Humvee filled with rocket launchers and machine guns. All I have in a minivan with a garden rake and some softball gear. It’s going be a lot of work infiltrating a secret fortress with that gear. Especially since it has a moat, and although buoyant, not a great swimmer. And did I mention that sharks? The one’s with laser vision? This would be no problem at all if I had a grapple and some rope. I’m sure I can find that gear locally, but they don’t sell the ability to climb rope in my town. And I could spring into action, not groan into action like I do now.

And it would help me tremendously to not be laughed out of a martial arts school for once. If only I had a Tacfit Commando Deluxe Deployment Kit! Why, in virtually no time at all I would be transformed (nay, hewn!) into a sinewy rope of living muscle! I could start referring to my arms as “guns” and no one would roll their eyes and giggle. And I could finally have a pair of gym shoes that didn’t end up hang on a telephone wire at the end of my street. I could not only rescue my family, but also send enemy frogmen packing. And get a little respect at the community pool. Thats not so much to ask, is it? To stop having a gut and start having a physique? To have attractive girls ask you “which way to the beach” just to see you flex? No one would dare kidnap my family – in fact, I’m sure that they’d be released immediately upon seeing that I had Tacfit on my side. Those ninjas would probably even read a personal apology on the radio—no television!— to me. I wouldn’t even have to save up for a grenade launcher or anything. And my sister would have to take back all those things she said at the dinner table, especially with all those foreign heads of state calling the house to ask me to protect them. And I’d owe it all to Tacfit Commando, for providing me with the hardcore tactical fitness secrets of the special ops.

Jacob July 15, 2010 at 11:49 pm

My people desperately need your help. In the year 2515 earth made contact with the alien race who offered a solution to sleep, though the sleepless pill, in exchange the earth had to provide the aliens with manufactured goods. At first everyone had lots of extra time. However the aliens demands increased, and increased again. Earth decided that it was no longer worth it, to supply the goods.

However they threated us with extinction, and destroyed several cities to prove their point. So, in order to preserve earth, we had keep up with their demands for the time. 22 hours work days were instituted world wide, as we struggled to supply the goods. We came across ancient exercise program, found in an archaeological dig. That was the perfect solution for the entire plant earth fitness needs. Tactfit was the name of the program. With very little time to exercises, it was the perfect solution to our problem. The program increased increased the efficiency of everyone by nearly 200%.

With the extra time our scientist are using the time to build new technologies to combat this alien race. However there was two things we did not prepare for: One the side effect of the sleepless pill is movement memory loss, no one remembers the exercises. And the other, was our backup administrator who lost our single Tacfit program. Our scientist have invented a time travel of sorts, but it only works for Internet forums. Google found this site for us in .0000000002 seconds. We beg your assistance, the entire planet is suffering. The future of the human race depends on Tacfit. Please help us…. We must get a little more time before we can fight back.

Your respectfully,
Zargon Kutash’a Ambassador for Earth

Franco A. July 15, 2010 at 11:51 pm

I dont’t believe in ‘classic’ gym body building, made of just pumping empty muscles. I’ve seen more than one of these ‘muscle-men’ not being able to bring a guitar amp to the third floor without a 10 minutes rest after.

I believe in those who use their body in the field.

Just look at those who build houses or lay asphalt on the roads, they may not win a body building tournament but they have REAL muscles! They are tough, strong, they’re able to stay 8 hours a day working under the sun during the summer.

This is also what a REAL soldier must be able to do, zero aesthetics, just a powerful engine that can make the difference between being alive or not.
And you also must be able to keep your body and your head in shape everywhere you are.

That’s why I like TACFIT! No strange machines, no air conditioned gym, just you and your body, no escape.

I work the most part of the day while sitting down and have little time to dedicate to fitness. I began with the ‘12 minutes stage crazy’ who was a real ’spine’ saver for me and now I think I’m ready for this.

Matt July 16, 2010 at 12:01 am

As an oil and gas worker I sometimes find myself ‘deployed’ to certain parts of West Africa. Some of these countries class as war zones, yet I am just a technician trying to get to work in the oil field. Unfortunately some of the local population see me as a meal ticket, a get rich quick scheme, a target. The last time I had a gun pointed at me the kid doing the pointing couldn’t have been more than 14, the same age as my own eldest son, I swear he was as scared as me which was not a good thing as scared people make mistakes. The next time I get a Kalashnikov shoved in my face might just be the last, the last time I see anything!

Would Tacfit help in this situation? I don’t know. But it wouldn’t hurt, it might give me the confidence to stay calm, to control myself, to stay alive. If I did get taken hostage being ‘Tacfit’ would help me deal with the stress of the situation and might even help with escape. (Although we are advised to comply with our captors in order to survive)

Being as transportable as my own body, Tacfit would also be helpful to me as my job takes me to many different ships and hotels some of which have no gym facilities. I could be stuck on a ship for six or more weeks doing a very sedentary job with no more than a small cabin to train in.

P.S. I’ve done a couple of rounds of the recruit level that you gave away. It kicked my ass and was fun, I like it!

Mikael Göransson July 16, 2010 at 12:03 am

Hey.

I am an actor from Sweden. Acting isn´t easy in any country and that´s also the fact in my country. Suffering long periods of unempoyment can be really stressfull and damage ones selfesteem, making it harder and harder to do what´s really necessery to get those jobs that I want and need. Year 2000 I started to train and found that training is a reqally good way to increase focus, and it helps me to prioritize. But I also discovered that the training systems i´ve tried grow stale and when that happened so did my focus and selfesteem.
The TACFIT solution not only seems to be the answer to that problem it encourage me to take training also to my colleges, both in working situations and hopefully in situations where I can encourage my fellow actors to train as well.
Most impressed by your work
Mikael Göransson
Sweden

adam July 16, 2010 at 12:04 am

So I’m a fairly average 34 year old guy, I’ve two children, a princess and tough little man, and we’re expecting another son. We live in a very small 3 bedroom house in a low income area. My 7 month pregnant wife and myself work long hours in order to pay the bills and save for a bigger house. Any extra time and money is spent on the kids and they are our number one priority. I have trouble not putting my families needs and wants first. in fact it it has taken a year for my wife to talk me into spending money on myself ( joined classes with the Todd group doing CQB ), It’s only $20 a week but man I feel guilty in spending it. So what do I think Tacfit can do for us ? Hopefully energy to continue with the sleepless nights and long hours of work and not let it affect our wonderful time with our children. A sense of archivment when we complete the lot because at the moment we are doing a lot of hard yards and the end goal is still a far way off. and lastly hopefully a little fatloss, I know my wife can’t stand the extra kilos from the pregnancy and I unforntunatly carry a extra bit myself.

So this isn’t shocking or exciting. We can’t yet call it an inspiration. But WE ARE a Inspiration waiting to happen
and if we can inspire our kids with our success and hard work, every second of every battle, every hard won step we have fought for will be worth it.

Nicholas Llewellyn July 16, 2010 at 12:07 am

I suffer with depression and have used TACFIT exercises in my quad-weekly cardio and split resistance training regieme to keep me off the complaicent train and stop me from becoming depressed and flabby of body and mind. I need more routines, I need more coaching, I need more information. I’m only going to get this with a TACFIT Commando Deluxe Edition.

I am currently experiencing a severe bout of depression, which is negatively affecting my wife, daughter and employers lives, not to mention my own. I must have a fitness system which will grow with me, my body and mind thrive on challenge and I always push to the next level. TACFIT is going to be one of the strongest weapons against my severe depression.

The problem with other fitness regiemes is that they fail to grow without user interaction. I have to conciously add more weight, or swim longer, ride harder, run faster. TACFIT takes that element out if it, you do not have a choice. You will get stronger, harder, faster, more fexible and fitter in body and mind.

Nutrition is also a key to unlocking strong masculine, mental and physical energies which help me punch through the working day and out the other side. The Warrior Recipes eBook would be an excelent addition to my diet plan.

I expect no less. This is how I am. This is how I will become better.

Steve Tse July 16, 2010 at 12:07 am

I’m quite the small frame of an asian american male with a 5′6″ and a 150lbs statistic. So a little about myself: i was slightly the athletic person playing baseball at highschool, taking P.E. classes, working out at random gyms throughout my college years (i’m 23 now), investing some time and money with workout related materials and nutrition, and no military or workforce experience. Thus, the average civilian. One big moment in my life came when i was arrested with a supposed arrest warrant this year. Im on bail as we speak, but i only have a few months until pending trial. I wont disclose any information on what the arrest was for but I am required to serve a handful of months in jail/prison. We all make mistakes and I’ve made one myself. Although i don’t consider myself a bad guy, actually a pretty good decent silly guy, we all have had sins either to pay for or we all have sins in ourselves to live with. I guess you can say this is a sin I’m paying for in my life and has changed me to a degree of being more of a “man”. Hopefully my attorney can fight for a less harsher sentence since I have no prior or anything really negative towards me. I have a good family with support of good close friends. My first week that was spent in county jail was harsh and an awakening experience before being bailed out. Just a hall full of negative grey energy with hopelessness sometimes. I did get beat up by the sheriffs department and have had close encounters with some of the inmates. Comparing to other people, I’m not as in shape I’d like to be, just a thin guy. My eyes were instantly being opened about how sometimes physical demanding you need to be as a person and how the world can be one ugly place even to the innocent. I’m a graphic design major so working out into peak shape would really help and assuming worse comes to worse, it would be nice to take home some techniques to improve my body in a place of lockdown. Even a few months can be long psychologically and mentally so being consistent with something might add to the distraction of a boxed room. I prey that I get more of a lenient sentencing so the opportunity of using TACFIT can be used at home instead of the former. Being healthy and in good shape is not just a reason to look good, but to feel confident around your life. The healthy body helps the healthy mind to reach a positive potential. Above me, I hope and prey that everyone gets a second chance in life and that no one is ever born evil, were just human…

Diane How July 16, 2010 at 12:08 am

Hi TACFIT
I have recently stumbled on your website and discovered a style of training I have not seen before. I am keenly interested to learn more. I am a 51 year old who has trained consistently for many many years, unfortunately too much of that training was long continuous cardio and I now suffer with over use injuries in my knee and hip. I am told I look young and in great shape for my age. My main goal is to make it from middle age to old age in top condition. This will not happen if my present training regime is continued I need to change. I need to train ‘smart’ and effective. I need an exercise program that will maintain my muscle mass and agility. The TACFIT program seems to be a perfect tool to assist me to attain my goal.
Diane.
Australia

bulbultukhe July 16, 2010 at 12:09 am

Thanx for the chance to get it free. After reading many other comments i feel that there are a lot of deserving ppl but if possible send me one kit free as i find your exercise routines one of the most originally drafted for the movements of the human body. Looks like Tacfit can turn donkeys into race horses with the tough workouts involving the full body. Tnanks. bbtk.

shashi kanth July 16, 2010 at 12:11 am

its very nice, but very difficult, showed very neatly, but even then i feel me not eble to go thru perfectly with postures and allignment….

Stepheninleeds July 16, 2010 at 12:12 am

I keep trying to win a free version of one of your products, take pity on this man who will run naked through the streets, singing songs from the shows. Do you want to be to blame for inflicting such a thing on the public as they eat their lunch, & have me arrested & thrown in jail? God, prison food would get the weight off me as I would rather starve to death!

I am desperate to lose weight & need a plan. I will carry out my threat if I do not win.

I have been following you for a while & it has given me some inspiration & a kick up the backside. It has all helped me feel I can actually do this, with help.

Clint Lombard July 16, 2010 at 12:13 am

Hi Scott. My name is Clint, I’m a white male living in Boksburg, sunny South Africa.
I’ve been looking over the contents of the tactfit program and have been a student of the bodyweight exercises.

For me these exercises are revolutionary in the sense that it will not only save me time in my busy life, but my body is loving the demands and benefits from the full joint mobility exercises. It’s a challenge that I’m revelling in! I feel that when I raise the level of intensity, and advance to the next steps of the programs, that I will achieve something really special and extraordinary, as I follow through with your exercise routines, principles and philosophies. I will reach my true, physical potential, full stop!

I have plans to teach these programs once I become proficient at it and master the course. At the beginning of next month a friend of mine, Siyabonga, will be moving home to join in our adventure mission in learning, implementing and teaching the system. Siyabonga is a young black, dynamic fitness instructor, who’ll be joining me in business. In our spare time, we look to revolutionarise exercising in my home town, to a new level of fitness and training, incorporating it into our MMA club.

Thanks so much for sharing your knowledge and expertise.

Thank-you,

Clint & Siyabonga

Mia July 16, 2010 at 12:15 am

I want to prove that women after 40 can be agile and sexy. I am a woman and i like physical challenges that don’t frighten me of adding muscular bulk. I admit however that my hip muscles and tendons are not in best of shape eventhough I work out regularly.
How about a woman versus man challenge.
Even if I don’t win, thanks for introducing this new concept.

Mike July 16, 2010 at 12:16 am

Hi
I am in my early 60’s, and have been physically active all my life. But as time goes on, I find that though most of my body parts are in good shape, they don’t necessarily all work together because of the weight training I have done all my life. Just the short time I have been doing the introduction exercises to TACFIT, I have noticed a difference in my body as a whole. I am more limber, I seem more balanced, and I feel my body becoming one complete unit. I have tried several different programs over the years, and even though most of them were OK, I never got such immediate results in the way it made my overall body feel. Flexibility, solidness, balance, posture. . . . the list goes on and on with the improvements I feel. And another benefit is the fact all the equipment needed does not take up any room (other then my 6 foot 5 inch 225 frame) ! As hind sight seems to work so well, TACFIT used in schools for physical education should make a big difference in the health and well-being of growing kids into adulthood. The free course would be nice, but when I find something of real value, I do not mind giving it my endorsement, and this I can honestly do for TACFIT. Keep up the great instruction !

Apu July 16, 2010 at 12:22 am

World Peace. If I win this Tacfit Commando, I’ll teach it to EVERY single person that I meet, on the street, bus, wherever. Bit like that film, ‘Pay it forward’, I’ll then get everyone to then pass the secrets onto others. This will lead to a huge spiritual awakening in the world which will lead to World Peace and harmony between people and nations.

Seriously.

This is for the inspiration section. Honest, not the outrageous one. Oh no.

World peace, here we come…

Oh and if the aliens invade… we’ll be ready for them too.

Ellen July 16, 2010 at 12:30 am

Hi Scott,

WOW, I am so excited that you give away such prize!!
When I saw your videos for the first I thought ‘mmhh that looks simple…’ Untill your doing it your self :s
Man, you feel the energy! That’s what I love about your TACFIT method. You don’t need expensive gyms (which I as an student can hardly pay :( ) and you can do it in your own house!! Here in Holland our whether is not that…great. So outsite practicing is not always an options…
In my younger years I always was involved in some kind of fighting sport. I’d loved it and was damned good in it!! But I had to quit, because I couldn’t combine it anymore with the study I was doing. The years sneak in and before I know it, I was 20 pounds overweight!! :( When it look it myself I can really cry. Why did I let it come this far?!!
I’m still young and I want to show off my body :) But, I need my confidence back!! I don’t want to waste any minute feeling sorry for myself! And it starts here!!!

So from The Netherlands,
thank you and keep up the good work!!

My best wishes

Thomas Hirmer July 16, 2010 at 12:31 am

Hi there,

Average Joe’s speaking. I don’t have a special story. Just want some more stuff to bring in some variations in my training.

Best regards,
Thomas

Christine July 16, 2010 at 12:31 am

Hi there Tacfit,
I’m a mum of three young boys (4 1/2, 2 and 1yrs old). After having the last baby I found that I was experiencing what I thought was possibly postnatal depression. After talking to a phychologist about how I was feeling it turned out that I was having moderate anxiety and panic attacks. I knew that I had to do something to change my situation and one thing that came from it was giving myself some ‘me’ time each and every week. I turned to the gym as something that I wanted to do. I had already lost a heap of weight and was in better shape than even before I was married and had had children. Now I’m in the best shape of my life but the phychological side can still be there. After reading about your program the mental conditioning side of it really appealled to me. If it can help me to cope with the many different situations and stresses that my life has then I’m all for it. To be a better mother for my children and to help bring them up in a world that is full of many different stresses, perhaps even teaching them tacfit to have a coping strategy in their own lives, is something that is for me.
Please seriously consider my application for a free program, I do believe it’ll help bring me some piece of mind.
Until then,
Christine

Andrew July 16, 2010 at 12:34 am

after working 12 – 14 days six days a week for the last eight years (setting up someone elses business) I have now changed jobs and stopped to look in the mirror. I see someone who has put on 15kg and is tired and wanting change. My new job make me travel 3 days a week away from home to many isolated areas with no access to gyms or equipment to start the slow transformation back. Love the sound of the program and the no nonsense follow this to get results structure. No equipment is an absolute plus – what can I say – pick me !!!!

Chris July 16, 2010 at 12:35 am

A teacher without knowledge is akin to a warrior without proper training – neither last very long in their respective theaters. By trade, I am a personal trainer, but I see myself as an educator – I instill within my clients self-worth, discipline, and the realization that I am merely a trail-marker on their journey but they are the ones taking the steps. Over the years I have endured numerous injuries – a completely torn ACL, torn meniscus, broken fore-arm, tendinitis in my shoulder and both wrists, partial tears of my calf, hamstring and lower trapezius muscles. With all of these setbacks, I could have given up and pushed my passion to the side but I would not let my mind falter. I have used these experiences as learning tools – tools that I have passed on to my students so that they may avoid what I have endured. In the past two years I have taught a stroke victim how to walk again, restored the strength of heart surgery patients, shown knee surgery patients how to live their lives pain free, and have disposed of countless medications that have flooded the bodies of those whom have let their health become a secondary concern. The more knowledge I collect, the better I serve the people and the better I train the people to become warriors in their own lives. It is with the in-depth education of the TACFIT system that I plan to continue teaching people how to surpass obstacles once thought insurmountable, while at the same time, empowering them with a newly discovered potential for life.

Thomas July 16, 2010 at 12:39 am

I need tacfit commando because the people I love need me.

They need me alive and healthy, yes, but they also need me fast and alert, strong and quick. Day to day, it’s not enough to carry a gun, to watch carefully for any threat to my loved ones, to project a strong and ready presence. I need to be able to make decisions under stress, to be decisive and powerful. While many fitness programs may help me be ready in one specific way, only tacfit commando will give me the neural and mental conditioning I need to be a responsible man, always there for my beloved in today’s world.

Just as much as anything else, though, the people I love need me to be THERE. If I spend all my time off jogging or driving to and from a gym, when will I get to enjoy the company of the people I love so much? That I go to such great lengths to protect? Hell, if I’m not there, no amount of training and armament can allow me to preserve them, should some terrible and unlikely tragedy take place.

Tacfit commando is supposed to train real go muscle, mental acuity and agility under stress, and the kind of complex physical ability required to operate a weapon or any other life-saving equipment when it really counts. Just as importantly, it’s something you can do at home without sacrificing the very life you want to live just to improve yourself.

That’s why it’s perfect for me, and I’m betting that’s why it’s perfect for an awful lot of other fine folks.

Stanko Jeneš July 16, 2010 at 12:41 am

Hello!
I am 16 years old guy. A year before, i used to be like one of these computer nerds. I rarely did any exercises, in school, i tried to avoid it as much as possible, basically I hated moving. I was 163 cm high, while i weighted just 43 kilos.
Than one day, I decided, I shall not continue in lifestyle like this. I started to run every day, eat healthier and more, than I started working on strength. Before I could hardly lift even 30 kg bag, so I was really weak, but after practice, practice and practice I gained more and more muscle. In few months, I gained 5 kg, and was able to lift around 50 kg. As nearest gym was 20 kilometers away and i had no money, i decided to buy just one small set of weights (2 kilos) I started to workout per daily basis, and continue gaining weight and strength. After another few months, I discovered TACFIT. I started to use it, as there are no equipment necessary, and in few weeks, i gained some more kg, and became even stronger. In those months of training, my skin fold gotten from 1.5 cm, to 4 mm. From hardly lifting 30 kilos, I gotten to easily lift 70 kilos, which is 15 more than i weight. I really appreciate TACFIT, as I need no money use it, yet it works. It can also be used anywhere.

Thanks for reading my story.
No regrets,
Stanko

P.S.: There might be some grammar mistakes, as I ain’t from England/USA/any other country where english is official.

shirl-b July 16, 2010 at 12:46 am

Hi, I am 45 year old I work in a phyic hospital, I would really benefit from the TACFIT commando deluxe program, as I have fibromyalgia which affects my muscles and really need to get fitter and be able to move alot quicker as I do martial arts and am due to go for my black belt in 4 months, which I was sussposed to go for 3 weeks ago and 6 months before that but due to a groin injury that took a long time to heal I wasn’t sent for it,so therefor I haven’t been able to train like I should of, and as a result of that my body has ceased up a bit,and with that I have lost a bit of faith and confidence in myself as to whether I get to that grading so I would benefit from TACFIT program to get myself fitter,and need conditioning and be more flexible and to be able to move quicker and to get a strong core again.

IF IT IS TO BE IT’S UP TO ME. NEVER GIVE UP. ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE FOR THOSE THAT BELIEVE

Thank-you SHIRL-B

Klaus Echt July 16, 2010 at 12:49 am

Hi,
ich bin Trainer für Thaiboxen und Taekwondo. Zweimal die Woche ist das Tacfit-Progamm fester Bestandteil des Trainings geworden. Am Anfang waren viele skeptisch über die simple Methode des Trainings und zweifelten an der Effektivität. Doch schon nach der dritten Woche waren sich alle über eine Leistungssteigerung einig. Es ist nicht nur eine Verbesserung der gesamten Kondition festzustellen sondern, besonders Jugendliche lieben das Training weil es eine Abwechslung zum klassischen Training ist. Aber auch Wettkampf orientierte Sportler schätzen die Intensität und Wirkung dieser Trainingseinheiten. Durch den geringen Platzbedarf und dem festgelegtem Zeitplan, läßt es sich wirklich einfach in jeden Trainingsplan einbauen.
Ich hoffe auf viele weitere Anregungen
mit sportlichen Grüßen
Klaus

Gus Hornsby July 16, 2010 at 12:50 am

What can i say. There are many programs out there that promise a total body transformation, but most of these require some form of gym equipment or the option to go yourself to a gym. Besides, i do not need a body transformation to make me look good for the ladies – i am happily married you know. I need a program that can make me combat ready without the need for very expensive gym equipment or a gym contract – and maybe look good for any would be assailant – as i am heading up a small group learning combat and self protection down here in post-World Cup South Africa. So Scott come on do the honourable thing and get me my copy today. Looking forward to receiving it. Cheers. GUS

Rodney July 16, 2010 at 1:01 am

Wow – what a wake up call this has been for me.I have only been at it for a week so am really brand new at it but can already see and feel the benefits of it.
I am a part-time martial arts instructor (after my day job stuck behind a desk) and need to be and remain fit for my own health and that of my students.

I am a 52 year old retired ex Police operative with many years operational
service in the counter terror arena. (I also previously served in our Defence Force)
During my Service period, whilst in an operational action, I had an incident and broke my neck (C5/C6) but due to
strong neck and back muscles at the time (thanks to GPMG) and commitment to the job at hand, I did not realise it was broken and continued with my normal activities – albeit with a seriously swollen face and chronic headache – supplemented by later additional shoulder and back aches (I later learnt were from the body trying
to compensate for the instability of the neck) . I obviously knew I was hurt but put it down to muscle damage.
Be that as it may, what happened was that I started gradually losing muscle use and strength (eg dropping squash racquets etc on impact with the ball) until eventually my neck gave in and “got stuck” whilst driving, leading to X-rays and an MRI investigation and finally (according to the surgeon just in time), a spinal fusion.
The entire duration of this deterioration was 11 years from time of initial break till surgery!!
As a result of the degradation being over a long period of time, I have really battled to rebuild strength into those muscles that have gradually gone to sleep. Upper body strength was especially affected and pull ups hell!

When i first tried the TACFIT Challenge Recruit Level, 1 week ago, I was shocked at what I call “my utter uselessness” and comitted myself to going all the way back to my original Special operations level.
This program is already having a dramatic effect on my mobility and with that mobility, I can feel a “responsiveness” for lack of a better word, in my muscles and I feel more invigorated and keenness to perform which was sadly quite lacking before. If it can have that effect within 1 week, I cannot wait for the new (old) me by the end of this year.

As far as the presentation goes, I find it easy to follow and very well explained. It is clear that a lot of sports science has gone into this system (and I think the background music is cool too. – After all – doesn’t everybody secretly want to feel like a Super Hero inside ?)
I am passing this information on to all my students and friends to benefit from it too.

Thank you for great program

Mark July 16, 2010 at 1:11 am

Hi Scott, Hey Ryan,

Ha haaa….

What Can I say!

You have totally blown away ALL other fitness routines (As far as I’m concerned)

WOW… Totally amazing!

Listen to this, I have had my own personal trainer coming to my home 3days a week for about 2 1/2 months now and believe me I think his great.

He trains me using various techniques from bodyweight exercises to kettle bells.

I’ve shown him numerous other personal trainers websites to look at for inspiration because he wants to create his own website.

Every single website that I show him, he always has some negative comments about the trainers or the training methods like…

“This guy is doing the exercises wrong or that exercise is just for stretching and warming up”

Basically, his one of those guy’s that has seen and heard it all (You know what I mean… Right)

Then came along “TACFIT COMMANDO”

I was “Dumb struck” when I first came across your videos… Fantastic!

All I could do was sit at my computer with my mouth wide open catching flies… you guy’s are unbelieveable (And unbeatable as far as I’m concerned).

Anyway, immediately I got down in my living room and started to try out some of the moves, just to see if I could do them, I thought there was no way that I was going to be able to do them, you must have to be a gymnast or martial artist or something.

Boy was I wrong!

The way you do the exercises and then slowing go through each step explaining exactly what your doing and why was fantastic… Anyone could learn to do these exercises just from your videos.

You explain things better that any personal trainer I have spoken to personally or seen on other websites (Keep it up).

Long story short, I called up my personal trainer and told him to get over to my house asap but I wouldn’t tell him why, he came to see me about 45mins later and said “Whats wrong, you sounded really urgent on the phone”.

Without a word spoken, I sat him down and showed him just ” 2 ” of your videos… “The beginner ones”.

He was silent all the way through and when I looked at the expression on his face, all I could do was “Laugh out loud” and say what do you think?

He didn’t reply, he just got down on my living room floor and tried out a couple of your “Tacfits”.

He Was Blown Away!

I could see in his face that he wished that he had found your videos and not me (That way he could probably introduce me to the exercises and claim them as his own).

I had to say to him “Look either your going to invest in this program and train me or say goodbye to the money that I’m paying you because one way or the other…

“I’m gonna be a Tacfit Commando”…

On a serious note, I found your videos very motivational, in fact so motivational, I’ve even had the thought of contacting you to see if I could train and become an official Tacfit Commando authorised trainer!

Brilliant work and well done to the both of you!

It would be nice to get a copy free, but as far as I’m concerned if I have to buy my way in… it would be a worth while investment in my wellbeing!

Once more, thanks for the great videos and information.

Nothing but love for you guy’s and you deserve to become rich as hell through bringing to the world Tacfit Commando!

Best
Mark B

Michael July 16, 2010 at 1:16 am

It’s right…. period.

…and it never leaves you.

Marco July 16, 2010 at 1:23 am

Last December I took a physical exam and while at the end of it everything looks like I was ok, 2 week later, I got the physician report… the images of having a heart attack and knowing that my wife and kids will be brutally affected, lead me to take the initiative to look for a healthier way of living.
I drastically change my diet. I started noticing an improvement on the weight but little in the ab dimension. Since February I’ve been searching in the web fitness programs that can accelerate my metabolism to get me fitted not only for the sake of the good health, but to help me accomplish my major mission in life… be here when my family needs me the most.
Couple of weeks ago I found you or better to say you found me; I did one exercise and within a week I was able to noticed good results; so if that happened within days I´m excited to learn the entire program.
Once I get the newest program, I´ll accomplish the mission of getting fitted and healthier to be able to accomplish the main mission in life… to live a better life serving others.

Thomas Maxey July 16, 2010 at 1:25 am

Good Morning. I am 60 yrs. old and after many years of junk food, drinking, enough is enough. The tacfit program seems to make logical sense. I am committed to a lifestyle change so my wife and daughter will have a husband and father who is fit and will be around for a long time. I will do what it takes and the challenging tacfit program will take an average guy like me and turn my life around. Thank you for helping those “professionals” who help keep us safe. Thomas Maxey

M.KAHAL July 16, 2010 at 1:31 am

May I have the permission to speak sir?

Sir, I’m a medical student who is currently training in a teaching hospital, just having the hospital with too many floors and a necessity to go up and down and from floor to floor Constantly and quickly speaking to the patients and having the ability to analyze their problems required from me a certain fitness level enabling me to do all this super hero work!
Yeah I know, I could use the elevator, but that is if I wanted my supervisor to use a PR (per rectal) examination on me :P

I actually reached the patients breathless, exhausted and almost can’t resist throwing them off their beds laying instead of them. TACFIT was the only program that showed to work. And just By trying out the video, amazing things happened 
I tried weight lifting, cardio but …. Nothing seemed to work except this amazing and promising program, it’s all what it claims to be.

My colleagues are curious how I gained superiority above them. Oh yes baby, the key to survival is adaptation and I’ll adapt by arming myself with this genius TACFIT program.

Arbe July 16, 2010 at 1:32 am

I’m a tall guy who in his early 20ties decided to get the best physique my genes would allow me. That quickly led to question “What’s the best physique really?” I had to make some kind of points of reference.

Well firstly, I wanted to look stronger. Good, bodybuilders LOOK huge. Then I started to think” But I want to BE strong” OK, weightlifters are way to go. But then I saw their big guts which are fine for what they do in heavyweight division, but not so good for agilty and social life with women Well some male models, actors and even Greek sculptures are highly appriciated by opposite sex, but how does it goes with other requirements? At last I noticed that in real life situations sprinters, gymnasts and MMA figters are real bad-ass.

Is it possible?

After a lot of reading I felt that my goals are acctualy very natural, but we’re no more living in harmony with our instincts that dictated what is needed for our bodies. Bodyweight was only thing that we had 24/7 in any place on earth. Without all the modern extras we had to develope speed, strength, agility, flexibility and, yes, also looks that would allow us to survive in wild nature and compete with other humans. We couldn’t sit in high tech gym, flex isolated muscles, follow unrealistic diets and then accept lack of mobility and speed. We couldn’t also train that much, that when comes a fight-to-death situation we are too tired.

So now I had a lot of wants, but very little knowledge how to get what I want. Should I eat a lot or work out with heavy weights, or sprint everyday, or watch all the calories I eat, or…?

So then came TACFIT. I used generous offer to download free ebook and was amazed that all program was built around bodyweight exercises. But it didn’t stop there. I was doing progressive body weight training like squats and push ups before, but the TACFIT was much more. In real life situations we don’t move body only in one direction. That is far from cat-like flexibilty that is essential to survive. When I started to train TACTIF I felt the big difference in strenght and flexibilty, and I am sure that after few month work it will develope body I want to have: strong, practical and good looking. I believe that this conditioning system brings ALL the benefits because it works in line with our body not against it. It brings the right balance of all you want and need.

James Carroll July 16, 2010 at 1:37 am

I am a physical therapist and busy entrepreneur. I prefer to focus on the power and strength market with the occasional builder or farmer dropping into my clinic.
My wife is a qualified yoga teacher and cognitive behavioural therapist. My darling wife’s speciality is within the pregnancy market and focussing on using yoga as a positive reinforcement to help juveniles break destructive habits and behaviours. After trying TacFit we both felt the easy to follow ‘goal’ orientated focus of the program was something we could both use and someday bring to our professional practises. When you discover something that’s effective why hold onto it, teach it to someone else.

I’ve read the comments posted here and feel proud to be part of the TacFit community, most of the comments are more deserving than ours. Irrespective of your decision you will have a signed up devote in my wife and I.

Warm regards,

James Carroll

Chris July 16, 2010 at 1:44 am

I have just turned 38 and have decided to take action on my long neglect of my health. I was once a very fit young man and even met my wife at a kickboxing match. (My brother-in-law and I use to train together). I hurt my back about 9 years ago and have got back to my trade as a plumber but have put on a lot of weight. It is effecting my work as I am not as mobile and phisicly can’t fit where I use to be able to. My wife has had to battle two types of Cancer and three tumors removed and earlier this year she had to have a hysterectomy. So I don’t want to became a burden on my family because I have not look after my own health. I have two young daughters one of which just became teenager, so I want dare I say need to be more active. The program is good for people who do not have a gym or have go to a gym and the concentrated short work outs would be Ideal as I am up early and usally get home late. The fact that the exercises are body weight exercises I can share them with my wife and girls.

katie July 16, 2010 at 1:45 am

your routines are amazing better than anything i have ever seen and tried and believe me it has been a lot!!!

i suffered with eating disorders for years and lost all muscle tone and general fitness. i am back on track now and know your programme is definately what i need to really kick my routine into gear!! i have a new job which takes up a lot of time and my old routine just doesnt seem to work for me anymore and i need something that i can do in a shorter amount of time and that is also really effective!! your programme is just what i need!!

best wishes
katie

Peter July 16, 2010 at 1:49 am

HI, I’ve been interested in nutrition, health, training, rehabilitation, and a lot of other related subjects, in the past many years. I’ve been a swimmer and basketball player, on a pretty high level. so I’ve always been in pretty good shape. just a few years ago I went to serve my conscription in the Civil Defence. I thought it was great, so when I was done I Joined the Navy.
Now we are almost up to date. and here comes my problems.
I’ve always been prone to injuries, that means I have had several shoulder, and knee injuries from over use, and even more injuries all over from overload.
10 Months ago I was sent home from there, due to Illness, and lay sick for 3 months were I could barely get out of my sofa, then I started walking, but could only walk 4 km a day, then I was exhausted. When I was Just about well again I started at a sports school to get back into shape, This was a great time for me mentally, after having being alone for 3 months. But I started working out again, and idiot as I am, I worked out just as hard as I had done before I got sick. This got me tendovaginitis, that I’m in progress of fixing. due to this i started running and walking a lot, plus working out my legs. I have just recently started working out normally again, and my wish for joining the navy again is at a new height.
what I hope to get out of TacFit, is not a miracle cure for all of my wrongs over the years, but a good workout program, so I can rebuild myself stronger and fitter then ever before, to be able to live a full life and help out my friends and family to even better health

Thanks for your Time
Peter

LeRoy Trott July 16, 2010 at 2:02 am

I’m sure my reasons for wanting your program are not what you normally expect, but I believe there is a large market you aren’t presently addressing. I am 66 years old and though usually active, the past nine months of dealing with heart arrhythmia have left me in poor condition due to forced inactivity. Now that the arrhythmia has been addressed, I am trying to get back in shape. What I have learned is that ANY serious, hospital involved condition will be far better tolerated by a body that is in superior condition. Growing old isn’t for sissies, but a program that, without a lot of fancy and expensive equipment, will produce and maintain a well conditioned body will have a greater impact on the quality of life as we age than all the pharmaceuticals in the country.

Thank you for all your work,
LeRoy T

Byron July 16, 2010 at 2:02 am

Hi.
My name is Byron Meagan. And Im 21 year old rugby player at club level in Cape Town South Africa. Your TACFIT program is perfect for those of days we get in between training or if I happen to be on tour. It gives me maximum efficiency in the work out when your on a tour bus or just do half of it to warm yourself up for a match.
TACFIT has also sharpend my reaction senses to move faster and get up harder. Rugby being the fisical game that it is needs your muscles to be able to handle more than just your own weight, but condition yourself to push them as far as possible. Tacfit is the perfect coach in this regard, Strengthening every muscle you need to overcome the hardest obsticals.
I thank you for this excellent product.
Kind Regards
Byron Wolf Meagan

paul HG July 16, 2010 at 2:03 am

Well around 5 or so years ago i was in a downhill state with my life on drugs and just living life that was heading now where. I was hanging out with friends that were not helping me out in life, and slowly i felt that i was drifting away from my family and my relationship at the time was falling apart. One night i got saved, and Jesus Christ changed my life, ever since thing I have made a complete turnaround in my life i now do not do any drugs and go to school full time, i am really taking care of my body but have not felt motivated to work out really since all workouts are just a one workout thing and you move on to the next, but with this it seems you can do it with what little time you have and it keeps it fun, i would love to get this collection in order to be healthy physically, and take care of this “temple” thus i feel honoring God as well by taking care of myself. thank you all, and you all have very inspiring stories.

jacky burtin July 16, 2010 at 2:05 am

hello tacfit team ,i am 46 years old and last Saturday a win the first place in a Natural Bodybuilding Competition in New-Zealand (Last year for my first comp. I was third place) …. .For this reason the NABBA International invite me to the 4th Asia Pacific Bodybuilding comp.in Rarotonga (Cook Islands) to represent N.Z. in my categorie (master +).I have been reading your e-mail news letter with a lots of interest . Your very interesting movements and approach in fitness will give me the edge in my training to get ready for this important competition coming in 5 weeks (28th august). To be the best ,you have to trained with the best . With my interest to becoming a fitness instructor in a few month ,it will be a privileged to incorporate your Technics to my future clients programs … I want this program because WHO DARES WIN …….Sincerely JACKY

joe July 16, 2010 at 2:12 am

I only started really training a year ago, but I have been training my whole life, with long hard biking, marathon treks etc. I initially followed the british marine online preparation training and saw my strength and endurance increase well. Having quit smoking and sorted out my diet I began hitting the gym with all the perfect forms and cadences memorised from the internet, I also attended a free boxing training session a few times a week. This has given my body the right building blocks to really apply myself to your program, having learnt what you have shown for free. I am currently at a point in my life when my finances will be tightest, being at the completion of my university degree, and in an interim where I must train for a company for three months without pay before I can be secured in employment. My training with the company starts in a few weeks, and I’ll have all that time where I will not be able to get to the gym I have membership for. My overdrafts are full, my credit cards are maxed and I’ll soon need another loan. It’ll be my intention to try and get in the marine reserve in my country in about a year, so I can send you a tonne of before pictures, and then update you as much as I can with the progress I’ll strive to achieve, thanks, joe 22 from england

Henry Marczak July 16, 2010 at 2:17 am

I’ll be 58 this November and in pretty good shape, 5′ 9″ 145lbs. I have studied Tai Chi Chuan and weapons since 1979, more recent years Aikido since 2005 and a little Systema. I also work as a general laborer on a building site so I’m fairly active. What I’ve seen from TACFIT via email is pretty cool stuff, I have been interested in body-weight workouts since 2000 with the Charles Atlas Dynamic Tension System but TACFIT really has me interested and even if I don’t Win A FREE TACFIT Commando Deluxe Deployment Kit I will still want to study this system of training. I am really a beginner at TACFIT but in coming months plan to do some hard work.

Maurice Burrows July 16, 2010 at 2:25 am

When I purchased the first version of TACFIT Commando I considered it the gold standard for a packaged bodyweight fitness program, until now.

I have made excellent gains in my fitness, mobility and strength with TACFIT Commando BUT if I only had access to “Secret Recovery Techniques of the Special Ops” and “Rapid Recovery & Breathing Secrets of the Spec Ops” then who knows what additional gains I could make.

Of course, you can’t ‘out exercise’ a bad diet. Not that my diet is bad, I eat clean but if only I had access to “TAC-Food: The Tactical Readiness Diet Plan” and “The Warrior Recipes eBook” then I could truly say that I had found the ultimate bodyweight fitness and nutrition program.

Alas, I will have to lay my faith in the hands of the RMAX gods that I should be so lucky as to receive such a gift.

Yours truly

–Maurice–

Brian Ashley July 16, 2010 at 2:26 am

I took up kickboxing at age 40, judo at 46, Wing Tsun at 50, and now parkour at 54, and Scott Sonnon’s inspirational programs have enabled be to stay fighting fit and injury-free over many years. This program is the one which will enable me to grow and change as I go into my 60’s and 70’s.
I spent years in the gym working on my traps and my lats and my pecs and my biceps, etc etc, and performing traditional callisthenics, but that type of training only left me tired and prone to injury.
Tacfit Commando represents exactly the type of complex, full-body movements that I need to stay on top of my game. I look forward to deploying it whether I win or not.

Ros July 16, 2010 at 2:26 am

I’m a (too) soon to be 40yo single mother – I have embarked on the recruit tacfit challenge and I am enjoying the challenge of moving up through the number of reps per min. I am soon ready to tackle the commando level, although feel that it is a bit of a leap.
I am loving that I can do this awesome exercise in a short period of time, without the need to expensive equipment nor the need to leave my gorgeous daughter in the care of someone else. What is more is that I am instilling in her at a young age the benefits and fact that exercise is a part of our daily routine and she often joins me in my quest to burn some calories. I have goals to be fit and fabulous by the time I’m 40. I can’ wait to try the rest of the program. Cheers for now.

Helena July 16, 2010 at 2:29 am

I’m female ,50 years old , live in Germany and in very good condition physics and psychological, I was waiting for Tacfit to years, and I’m not recruit.
This will effectively condition your body, improving both your strength-endurance and cardiovascular-endurance while providing a significant fat loss stimulus,unique training style keep you motivated every step of the way.
That’s what I want sculpting and muscle definition,Tacfit is an explosive workout .
Cool I can do this.

Jason Waz July 16, 2010 at 2:31 am

Dear Tacfit,
I am a rehab. and human performance enhancement specialist that is highly involved in treating military, police and professional athletes as clients. I work 6 days per week and have a young family that I spend the rest of my time with. I am currently in he 8 th week of my P90x transformation but need something more time efficient lookinging the future, both for myself and my clients. I’ll keep this short because it’s time to work….see my point! Thanks for all you do.

Mark Neumayer July 16, 2010 at 2:34 am

Dear Tacfit Team,
I’m 45 years old and I lost my hearing. Because of this I can’t do the work I used to (for 20+ years.) In today’s tough market people want any excuse to pass over you and being deaf is a huge one. I will admit I let this get me down for awhile. It hurts to go from being near the top of your field to being on welfare. Then I realized this is a chance to redefine myself and recommit to attacking life head on. I got my mental act together, started some side businesses, got off of welfare, and decided my only limitations are the ones I place on myself.
But something’s still missing. I am way out of shape. I came across your program as I searched for bodyweight exercises and it really fired me up. I also have an eight year old son and I want to set a mental AND physical example to fill him with pride. Thanks for bringing this great program out to the world.

Kind regards,
Mark

Patrick Dillon July 16, 2010 at 2:34 am

Hiya! My reasons for wanting the TacFit Com. programme is straight forward,as an older athlete as well as soldier I am always searching for ways to improve myself and performance. I have tried the many common ways and have tweaked and try to refine them. The results are usually the same. ‘Too much of everything’. I have been reading and researching all that you have said about the 6 degrees of motion and how the body craves complex challenges. Having seen your Israely’ Com challenge, I tried it for myself and experimented with the few exercises I have seen and the 4 by 7 format. I am pleased to say that I am on the right track and am thinking laterally. I am not measuring my performance by numbers, but rather skill and intensity. I would like to get the knowledge first hand (being one of the 3), but will otherwise endevour to continue on this path you have created.

Thanks!

Michael Winter July 16, 2010 at 2:35 am

Hi Scott and Ryan,

How are you both? I hope you are both well. Why should I win the A FREE TACFIT Commando Deluxe Deployment Kit?

It is obvious that the benefits are second to none. Such a well researched and compact program that ca be adapted to all fitness levels and taken anywhere is simply the best thing you can do. It combines very plane of movement and encompasses all levels as well, so your whole body receives a sensational workout.

i should win this as I can utilise this concept to its full potential. Being a Personal Trainer I do many programs for people to take with them when they travel or are at work. The majority of my clients are corporate and do a lot of traveling. One of the biggest difficulties they often have is finding the motivation and time to go to the gym or do their cardio. to fulfill their programming needs.

This style of training fills that niche and means that no-one has any reason to miss a workout. This will make sure they will achieve their goals much easier.

It can also be greatly adapted to group training which will be a great joy.

Of course using the training for myself as I have found is of great benefit. All my training is outdoor, functional training. I do not use machines and very little weights, so winning this would just be a tremendous opportunity to have my clients receive the best training possible.

I also train a lot of school children, so again with the bodyweight style training and the planes of motion being involved adds such interest and variety where everyone benefits.

Thank you so much for your time,

I look forward to your response,

Michael Winter

Derrick July 16, 2010 at 2:41 am

The reason this is the perfect program for me is that I,being the sole breadwinner of the family,I had to maintain my fitness.I didn’t do well in the army,I was weak and I hate myself that I am not able to keep myself in top fitness form to support my family,being a good role model.I was maybe born with poor genetics,not able to perform gym weights exercise and very poor in form.I even hurt my back and had to perform a surgery.I felt desperate,without any help.But now I found this tacfit program,I rarely do bodyweight exercises except in army,but when I did your recruit program,I finally felt the kind of feeling that I had never felt before in years.It is just too good that cannot be described by words.I found a new hope and this may changed my life and I believe that it will.Thanks for giving me this chance.

Alec Banner July 16, 2010 at 2:45 am

Hi
i am 16 years old and after doing my A levels i am going to apply to enter the royal marines your fitness program would allow me to be in perfect shape even before i entered making getting through selection and training a walk through.
also this Christmas i am going to Africa to kayak down the white Nile this is a serve undertaking with waves reaching the height of double decker buses. this program will give me all the go muscle i need in the months i have left to fight the sheer power of the water and conquer the river. the problem is i am in debt to my parents after paying for the trip so cant even start to afford to buy the program
Alec

Adam Davidson July 16, 2010 at 2:46 am

When I was young I was always pretty fit and active, once I started full time work with days varying between 8-20 hours long and working 3-4 week stints without a day off I found myself not exercising and eating whatever was convenient. Needless to say my strength and fitness plummeted pretty quickly and before long I found myself with a rather large belly and no energy. Due to varying work hours it’s hard to commit to a gym schedule so any strength and fitness routines that can be done with body weight or minimal equipment in a short amount of time will allow me to get the exercise I need and not cause me to lose any work or family time. From what I have seen TACFIT is exactly what I need to help me lose the belly and get me back to the strength, fitness and energy levels I had as a teenager

Alex V July 16, 2010 at 2:51 am

Hey mate

I’d wish for the Tacfit Commando so I can step up the training of me and my colleagues I train with.
We’ve been a small dedicated pack of smart people who one day decided to cut out the crap from our lives, become bloody fit and be there whenever the need should arise.
I’m a telecomm engineer and that means at times deploying sites in rough if not impossible conditions making sure it is all up to spec. Also I’m currently in a second college in order to specialize in navy telecomm so I can do my work also on sea, so rough is the new fashion for me and my folks for what concerns us.
We’ve been round some of the best fitness routines around and for what I know, I guess only Tacfit fits the bill and would prove perfect for our needs, giving us the opportunity to be in tip top shape as well as expand our base of fellows who train with us.

So heed up, stay strong and keep up the great work
Alex from Eastern Europe

Abhijit July 16, 2010 at 3:01 am

Hi Scott, i am a student but working as a part-time gym instructor aged 21 yrs.I am from India where there is not much of awareness of fitness and conditional training.My clients are generally middle aged as youngsters lack in making time. I generally train my folks on bodyweight and light weights. I once googled new bodyweight exercises then i came across tacfit. i was really impressd and i immediately used it on my folks n myself.Clients r vry happy n r progresng fast .2 continue furthr i need Tacfi

Brian July 16, 2010 at 3:02 am

Scott,
As a *decent* former athlete, I am anxious to regain the form, and become better than ever before! I turn 50 years old in 9 months, and realize that I need a program that offers not just fitness, but “functional” fitness. I am a golfer with a sometimes balky back, and I need a complete system to strengthen my whole body, not just “spot” strength. I look forward to beginning this program, and having it grow and evolve with me as I move thru life.

Cheers

Pedro Abrunhosa July 16, 2010 at 3:05 am

Dears Scott and Ryan…

My story may be hard to believe, but it’s true.
All my life, since I entered school, I’ve been diferent. I don’t really know in what way, but it’s enough for people to not come near me. I’ve made a few friends since. Two actually, and it’s been a few year since we hang around together (since 3rd grade, I’m in High School). Me and my friends have kept to our selves all our lives, but the three of us, since we entered school have been victims of bullying… and it got worse every year…
First it was only making fun of us, calling us names… I was superior to those bastards it didn’t affect me. But then came the beating, the scrubing my face on the ground. All sorts of ever more perverted things…
Once i said IT’S ENOUGH!!… I was always real skinny… skin and bones, no muscle fiber whatsoever. So I never could take them on! I wanted more muscle… not to beat my bullys up… only to be able to resist their punishments… they try to push me, I’m firm as a trea… they try to hit me, I resist easely… if needed I would like to have the strength to difer a punch or two… but generaly I’m against violence.
I tried sports… wasn’t good at any of them. Tried Gym… Awfull! Months of gym with litle result!
But the moment I saw tacfit commando… imediatly knew this was the one for me!!! I tried out the recruit level for two weeks… what a diference! i couldn’t two the reps 3 times in the begginging… now i do all 20 :D

I really would enjoy this tacfit for free… i just don’t have the money or else i’d buy it for sure

Thanks for all the help so far
Pedro from Portugal

Lori DeVeuve July 16, 2010 at 3:06 am

Hi Guys! I am a 52 year old women,”fun-sized” former drug free body builder and still in great shape. My work as a chiropractor is very physical as I am often working on patients much larger than myself. I love my work and don’t see that I’ll ever stop, so I need to stay fit enough to not get hurt myself. I took up action shooting a few years ago (IPSC for those in the know) and plan on shooting the Iron Man Challenge next year. And though I am in no position to “win”, it’s a bucket-list thing. As fit as I am I know I need more functional muscle and endurance to do what I want to do. The idea of kettle bells just weren’t floating my boat when along came Tacfit. The workouts are interesting and challenging. Looking forward to a new level of fitness. Thanks! Lori

April Harkness July 16, 2010 at 3:13 am

I was the girl picked last in high school gym class. The kid you didn’t want on your team? That was me. The kid you took great pleasure in throwing all the dodgeballs at, all at one time? Me again! I figured I was just not athletic. At the time, thanks to public school indoctrination, I believed exercise only took place in a gym. I did not view my daily bike rides to school and back as exercise. I only viewed them as an embarrassment. The more well to do kids had cars. I had to ride a bike a very embarrasing option for a teenager. From an older perspective, I truly believe that kept me thin throughout my high school years.
One day the Army recruiter introduced himself to me. Telling me to be all I could be. I laughed at first. Me? Didn’t the military involve daily fitness activities. I hated gym. I’d cry before and after every class. Why would I sign up voluntarily and subject myself to being last again, to being told I was a loser? I didn’t want that. Eventually the Army recruiter won me over with his talk of educational opportunities that I signed up and found myself on my way to basic training.
The first day I arrived I couldn’t do one real pushup. I was a failure. I would be last again. Just like my gym teacher, the drill sgt seemed to take great pleasure picking on me. Out of all the members in my platoon he made me do the most pushups. I couldn’t figure out why. At the time I thought that he must dislike me.He made me do pushups every time he saw me. “Drop and give me 20,” was something I heard from sunrise to sundown.

The one thing I surprised myself with that gave me the biggest boost of confidence – running. My very first 2 mile run I beat everyone in my platoon. I was so happy. This was the first time I had ever come in first, in anything. I didn’t have time to gloat. My drill sgt made me go and run back to the last person and run with them. That is something my high school gym teacher would have never done. He would have turned a blind eye to the person who came in first, making fun of the stragglers coming in after him or her.

It kept me humble.

Fast forward to the end of bootcamp. I maxed my physical fitness test. I had the best score out of everyone in my platoon. I realized that all those hated pushups(which I now love) my drill sgt made me do had a purpose. My drill sgt saw that was my weakness and turned it into my strength.

After the army I ran marathons, half marathons and eventually became codirector of a marathon training group.

In 2010, 12 years after basic training changed my life, I changed professions from nursing to doing my passion – fitness. Fitness that was instilled in me in the army. I will be competing in two figure competitions in August and am currently a certified personal trainer at a local university’s gym. I know now, that despite my horrible gym experiences in high school, I was always athletic. I was just taking part in the wrong sports. I am more of a solitary exerciser. Others flourish in groups. From what I see as a 30 something adult, those who flourish in activities other than team sports usually stick with their fitness goals. AS an adult you will not always have your teammates around to motivate you. You have to motivate yourself to get out of bed and be physical.

Perhaps that’s why I am in better shape than when I was at 18 and even most 18 yr olds today.

Or maybe the bigger reason is the military fitness training I received. I owe an enormous debt to the Army and I will forever be grateful that the training awakened the inner athlete in me. Were it not for the military, I might just as well have continued to believe I was clumsy and not fit for activity that was so ingrained in me during school. I’d probably have given up on fitness altogether, and most likely be out of shape. Here I am now getting ready to compete in a bikini!

When I saw the promotional videos for TACFIT, I immediately was drawn to it. I know what the military did for me. I’d love to take my training above and beyond what I do now. Getting ready to compete, I still follow the military’s blueprint of bodyweight exercises.I still never use machines or even free weights. It’s all bodyweight with a few contraptions used, like a pullup bar. The TACFIT method seems to fit into my fitness philosophy albeit much more intense than anything I am used to. But this woman is up to the challenge, wants the challenge and wants to
open the inner athlete in other people who believe they are meant to be spectators and not doers.

If basic army exercises changed my view of myself and ultimately my life, I can only imagine what TacFit would do for me.

Chaze July 16, 2010 at 3:13 am

I want to start a revolution right here in New York city in Riverside Park. I want to put the expensive gyms out of business. I want to scare the pharmaceutical companies, the medical device companies, everyone who profits from the fact that people don’t take responsibility for their own fitness and health. When they see hundreds, thousands, millions of people doing this workout, they will be scared. And they should be. I want to see a huge contingent of people of all ages ready to take care of themselves if the situation arises as we know it will. I want to live in a strong society. And it starts with one person, doing his thing in the park in the morning and getting great results for all to see. Then another will join, and another, and another. That’s how I’ll start my part of this revolution.

I’m a 49-year old desk jockey with a 3+ hour total commute and a family. If I can do it, anybody can do it. Let’s bring it on. Thanks for bringing this to the world. All good people need this. You guys are awesome.

Chaze

Military Mom July 16, 2010 at 3:14 am

I am going to skip the ‘fluff and stuff’ and get right to it – My only son, Benjamin, deployed this past Sunday for Iraq. I am so damn proud of him. He is in great physical shape, but his mom, moi, is not. Something happened a few years ago and I allowed myself to go downhill. I made a promise to my son, that while he is in Iraq over the next year doing what he has to do, that I will commit to do the same, what I have to do, to get myself back in shape so when it comes home he can be as proud of me, as I am of him.. I won’t lie, the workouts are a little over my head, but I am downright damn determined to conquer them by doing a little more each day.

I showed Benjamin the video’s and if I win the package, him, and some of the guys in his unit, want to use it while in Iraq to help take themselves to the next level physically.

Whether I win the package or not, I will be following what I learn on the videos to make sure my son comes home to a Military Mom HE can be proud of.,

Thank you for your commitment to excellence and your unwavering determination to stomp out mediocrity.
Military Mom (Kath)

Doc July 16, 2010 at 3:15 am

You can go into any VFW or other place where vets congregate and hear them talking about what they did 20, 30, 40 years ago in the service. Unfortunately many of them are not doing anything now and are way out of shape. I got the following inspiration from a friend who at the age of 60 began flying surveillance planes in Iraq and Afghanistan after a career flying in customs and with several private companies. He is still going over at the age of 64. I am an airborne ranger who commanded a scout dog platoon in Viet Nam. My idea is to find vets who still want to do something and form them into disaster animal rescue groups, get them in shape and teach them some basic animal behavior so they can handle rescue in a disaster. Might also extend this to abuse type rescue. Being able to get in shape without the purchase and transport of equipment would fulfill the conditioning aspect of this idea. We have to start looking after our veterans better than we presently do.

April July 16, 2010 at 3:24 am

Hello Tacfit team,
Well let’s see where I can start this. First off it is hard for me to come forth with personal problems, but if I don’t I could loose my life or worst the most wonderful man in my life. I know that there is alot more people out there that is more deserving of this offer, but I am asking for help. I am a house wife & I have been fighting the war against fat my whole life. Um, I have tried many things and they work as long as your nutrition is restricted way below what your body requires, but once those old feelings come back the weight comes back with a vengance. Just last year I was diagnosed with Hashimoto’s, then a couple months later my blood pressure shot real high, So my Dr. put me on BP meds. So I started exercising and lost 20 lbs and brought my BP down. Still on meds though. Dec. of last year I found out that I have type 2 diabetes, that was a blow to the little self-esteem I had built up {Went into a depressed state that I haven’t fully recovered from yet}. But anyway, um Feb of this year my husband found out that he has Obstructive sleep apnea after falling to sleep at the wheel while traveling to work & he also found out that he has hashimoto’s {which is very rare in men, but it is heritary} {handed down from his mother} and I am very concerned about us both but mainly him. Then last week at our Dr’s appoinment I finally admitted to myself and the Dr. that I was having problems with my sleep. I have noticed that I would stop breathing more often. I mean it happen on occasion before but for like 6-7 months now the rare occasions became more regular & I didn’t want to admitt it to anyone cause I’m not the one to complain about alot of stuff. I know you are probably asking how I would know if I was asleep that I stopped breathing. Well, it goes this way you wake up starlted and gasping for air. So I did a sleep test and yesterday I got the wonderful news that I also have sleep apnea. The dr. says that our health problems are due to our weight & that if we lost weight then I would come off BP & diabetics meds and we both would resolve our sleep apnea. I would rather purchase the program on my own so I wouldn’t have to admitt that I need outside help, but the bills are slowly being paid. Well, anyway, um, I think that this program will help my husband & myself not only with our weight but our flexibilty, energy & all other aspects of our life.
Thanks for letting me get that off my chest.

Concerned
April

CJ July 16, 2010 at 3:24 am

I’m a drastic underachiever rebuilding his life!

I’m a fat (about 210, 5″7′) 45 year old non-athalete. I work at a low paid job, live in an apartment that that I need special commando training to survive (no frig in 2010, for example!), and am desperately trying to grab life and make it work. I’m a 45 year old virgin (not kidding) still waiting for that Christian woman.

BUT, I am pushing forward! I have pushed tremendously in areas of church, even doing some sermons and kicking out a lot of the public speaking fears. I’ve eaten better. I’ve started working on my writing. I’ve hung out with the stunning cutie from work and am slowly coming out of my shell. But my physical body, instead of powering my rebuild, is a ball and chain! It must be conquered. It must be subdued. That is where you come in.

Ch, Maj Patrick A. Genseal July 16, 2010 at 3:27 am

I am a chaplain in the USAF and will be departing to the “sandbox” in the very near future. Not only do I need to be in top physical condition to deal with the rigors of a combat zone but being able to impart life-saving physical conditioning to others will help save lives and preserve the freedoms we hold so dear. Being in physical shape also allows me to be a better morale and psychological support for the women and men who daily put themselves in harms way for America. To have a system like you offer will allow me to go to the next level of physical and mental training and as a result be a force multiplier within the Chapel and base community. Mental and physical strength are the foundations of success in the military. Hepl me to help others strengthen both as we move closer to victory!

Skypilot

Darren July 16, 2010 at 3:31 am

TacFit,

I am a strength coach for our Home school High School Varsity 6-Man football team and this was the first year that we had strength training. I took my experience and built the program from nothing and we had very little equipment to use as well. Being in the Home school group we are not as fortunate to have the nice facilities with all the nice equipment to use. We train where we can and with what we have. Let me tell you these boys are tuff. After seeing TacFit and what you represent, I thought to myself, man I could use this system to train the team. This was the first time most of the players ever lifted weights or even really trained for anything. I know that they could benefit from using the TacFit program for their conditioning needs. Especially for our JV team that really should not lift any heavy weights, this would be a perfect program for them. They could be true COMMANDO’S out on the field. I really would like to help the players as well as bring this program to my clients as well. Thank you for this opportunity to share with you why I feel that I should win 1 of the 3 TACFIT kits.

Thanks,
Darren

Kirsten July 16, 2010 at 3:35 am

Hi guys, I am a mum of 2 beautiful young girls and currently training to be a personal trainer, I have done bootcamp workouts for the last year and have found my strength and body weight immensely improved, I feel however that I still need more improvement, I cannot thank you enough for having this information available for us all to view, this is a highly motivating experience and I can’t wait to see the new me emerge even more…Keep up the great work…
P.S if you want to send me a copy I would be more than happy to put it to good use by kicking my husbands butt as he is training for his first MMA fight ;)
Kirsten

Linda July 16, 2010 at 3:35 am

I was all ready to tell you my story-
58, overweight, no longer in my glory.
I think I’ve become invisible to men,
TACFIT seems the only way to get “ME” back again.
But then I read every comment made,
and knew in my heart that we ALL need your aid.
So please take my comments as a vote,
for the ones that spoke here who give the most.
The firefighter, police and military among them,
work 24/7 to keep us from mayhem.
There’s no question we could ALL use TACFIT,
but I would prefer to make sure all our protectors stay fit.
My love support, admiration and gratitude
to all of those who serve us with an honoring attitude.

Love to all of you at TACFIT. I will buy it when I can afford to. Your “serving attitude” to help others is truly admirable.

Herbert Krase July 16, 2010 at 3:38 am

Being over 60 years of I see this program to be a great benefit to me. Both health and safety wise. Doing my standard weight and cardio exercises is ok but this program offers so much more for our well being.
The movements and strength exercises that I observed are not only what you need in case of an emergency but gives you the necessary training to carrying out the physical aspects of your daily living and will bring you up to your high potential in any sports where you compete and perform.
Finally, as an older person we can be targeted as easy prey by the low life that commits these types of crimes in today’s world. This is program is the most important part of a total defense package which everyone should have in their arsenal to keep themselves and their love ones safe.
HAK

Al G July 16, 2010 at 3:42 am

I have been using body weight workouts since I started exercising. For me, requiring someone to have thousands of dollars of equipment, without any reason or need, is stupid. I’ve been integrating Navy SEALS, Marine Recon, and general Boot principles (as much as a civy like me can get) in both my daily routines and in my conditioning classes at the dojo. When I read about TACFIT I saw another way to continue improving in all of those areas.

-Al

Mike Loftus July 16, 2010 at 3:46 am

As a 46 year old, its been hard with this recession. I am planning on changing careers and moving around the World. I will be teaching ESL and aspire to become a Travel Writer. TFC 2,0 will give me the ability to work and play my way. I will be able to keep at the top of my game wherever I end up. I have no idea in the World where that may be, literally. But, Tacfit Commando 2.0 will be there with me.

andrew morinitti July 16, 2010 at 3:51 am

Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to my fitness needs?, i am always looking forwards, always wanting to step up to the next level. My resume includes, fireman, police officer, emt, i have trained with marines, Krav Maga trainers, i’ve trained with mma fighters, i have trained with men and women whose sweat is worth more pride than the population of states. i have been trained by the best in the world, i am a parent of a disable child and thats what brings me back to ground. No matter how tough it is to train to the top of anyone’s ability, nothing is harder than a parent. i want, no stratch that, i need the TACFit commando program to continue to be the best, to be the top of the line. i never will give up, and this program is the bible of never giving up. I want to show the world that i’m still top notch in the world.

Patrick Jackson July 16, 2010 at 3:51 am

TACFIT Commando IS the perfect solution to my fitness needs because through most of my adult life I have been grossly overweight and inactive – completely hooked on all the wrong foods and substances to try to counteract the deep rooted negative feelings that this self-image perpetuates.
I have recently (mid-30s) been blessed in having a son and I remember the turning point. I had my shirt off and I was getting ready to bathe him and I saw our reflection in the mirror and, looking at that fat covered body I remember thinking, “Is this really what you want your son thinking is normal as he is growing up?”, “Is this a good male role model for him?”, “Wouldn’t you like to be active and healthy enough to run and play with him as he gets older?”, “Wouldn’t you like to live long enough to see him make a success of his life?” All these questions and more raced through my mind and became the turning point.
Since last Easter (April 2010), I have lost 20 Kgs in weight and still gaining a healthier and better looking body. I am eating proper, whole foods with no alcohol or drugs – hell, I don’t even allow sugar into my body anymore. I try to exercise everyday – not easy with children in the house as anyone will attest to, but my main exercises have been chin ups, dips (not very portable) and abs crunches and recently, running.
Very recently, I suffered an injury which stopped me chinning and dipping.
Then I signed up for the TACFIT and followed the program. This was definitely what I have been searching for. Even in the short time I have been following your program, it feels good, it feels right and it makes sense and I feel much healthier for it.
I appreciate this shot at obtaining a free copy and I do and would promote this vigorously to anyone thinking of getting fit.

Thank you,

Patrick Jackson.

Bill July 16, 2010 at 3:58 am

My wife and I have done what most couples would never do: allow both in-law parents to live in a two bedroom condo with us for 10 years. Her dad passed recently. Statistics show that the spouse soon follows within a year or two. Her mom worries me. She suffers from more than just grief. Her body condition is the definition of being sad and below sedentary. I could list her set of problems but soon it would read endlessly. If I can be an inspiration to her to renew her life with the giift of human motion, I will. She is 70. I am 40. As her son-in-law (and even though she drives me nuts) I do NOT want her dead. I want her alive. I want her happy. I want her healthy and breaking free of her pain. Exercise is her way out. Everyone (medical and otherwise) knows her answer is exercise. She needs first class inspiration. I’d like to be her inspiration and include her in the happy journey toward greater health and happiness.

Mel July 16, 2010 at 4:01 am

I don’t have an inspiring story as to why I want to win this. I want to win because I have 5 kids, and a husband running for Congress. I am a naturally thin girl (5′5 and 115 lbs after birthing 5 children), but I would like to get FIT! I want to be a HOT wife of a Congressman. Sure, I could get surgery, but who wants that???

Emily July 16, 2010 at 4:02 am

I’m no soldier, firefighter, or police officer. My mission is life itself – raising two boys (16 months and 8 weeks old) to be the men our country and world needs. I’m a stay-at-home mom, but if you have kids you know this is no easy task. Some days it’s hard to find time to get a shower, much less get a worthwhile workout in. TACFIT Commando would fit perfectly into my hectic lifestyle – and as a bonus I can teach these exercises to my sons when they get older and start playing sports (talk about an advantage! ;) .

I am also a fitness professional with my own personal training business. Fitness is my passion. I’ve realized recently though, that the industry is sorely focused on aesthetics rather than functionality. I would love to use this program to transform my own body after recently having a baby, as well as my clients.

Even if I don’t win, I really love what you guys are doing and the impact it is making on people’s lives! :)

Nadine July 16, 2010 at 4:04 am

I have been making a difference to people’s lives for 3 -4 years; giving them back a sense of control of their bodies. TACFIT has been a powerful reminder that no matter how much I think I know or can contribute, there’s always another context/paradigm from which THEY can benefit. The beauty of TACFIT? It takes your ego back to NOTHING – enabling the contribution of EVERYTHING THAT YOU ARE and CAN BE.

Tacfitly yours,

Nadine

Ryan July 16, 2010 at 4:05 am

I deserve the tacfit because I am a basketball player and basketball players need good eneurance in order to stay on the court. My stamina is below average and my coach always benches me. I want to play really bad so I need tacfit

netgaijin July 16, 2010 at 4:07 am

Hey guys

I was going home once from seeing this movie and when I was taking my bike out, which was parked next to other bikes, some guys came around and said, “Nice Jap ass” to my girlfriend. My girlfriend, who was actually Japanese, told me to move on, but the crack that I was, I turned around and asked him to come again. Before I had even finished the sentence, there was a gang of around 10 surrounding me and my girlfriend. She screamed and panicked .. well, so did I (except for the scream part) but I did manage to hold the guy in front of me, by the collar. That’s when it all started. The next few minutes are still a blur actually, as that guy pushed me back and someone kicked me in the you know where, and I was down on the road, being kicked, hit, punched before some cops came running and thankfully saved my life. It all happened so fast, that I still do not have a clear understanding of the entire scenario, but thankfully, my girlfriend was spared while they were busy doing their thing on me. That was a night I would never forget.

I was an asshole to go ahead like that without seeing my surrounding and without knowing my limitations. I always try to help those in distress, mainly girls from eve teasers, and am fine with a group of one or two. Besides, if someone is actually daring and coming out with a courageous act, folks around do help. But I am always afraid of a gang of six or seven or more. What to do, where to punch, where to look, how to give them the worst. How to win?

I had joined karate classes, and boxing and what not. But I soon figured out that these are fine tactics when you are in a disciplined ring, with a referee and a set of rules. The one that helps you in the street is something that has no rules. No rule at all. You don’t know from where the next blow will come, from where someone will take out a weapon, you don’t know shit about anything. No rules.

And next day they will read about just another kid stabbed by a gang in a street fight. Your parents will print an obituary, folks who know and love you will cry for some days, but you will be dead. Irrevocably ruthlessly dead.

When I came across TACFIT I thought this might be one such program that will make you street smart. You know, like “survive the streets” type of thing? After all, commandos do not go in a ring and fight with rules. They fight other commandos who all have one rule: NO RULE. Just like street fights. That is what will make you survive in the big wild world of cruel ruthless animals, killers.

I am not gonna be a world savior by getting your package, but I will do what I do, I will do my best in my small way, to go out in the street and walk tall, with confidence, so if I am a victim or see a victim of any violence, I can do my small part and go all out. And live to tell the story.

Thanks for the space and for already sharing the inspiration video. All of us got this far, and kudos to you for that.

Cheers
Netgaijin

Moderator: Sorry for posting this twice, but it seemed to disappear after the first post. If you are moderating this for some reason fine, if not, please do not let this be a repost. Thanks!

Gene Hitchcock July 16, 2010 at 4:10 am

I am a 77 year old Marine Veteran who now serves as Pastor of a small Baptist Chuch in Alabama.
My duties keep me from working out as much as I should, I need a good program which will do the job but not require hours of work. I served as an active duty Marine from 1950 to October 1971 and have served in mostly
small churches in California and Alabama. Good health is important to me for another reason. My wife and I are the sole care providers for a 56 year old son who has been handicapped since birth. He lives with us and has and will as long as it is humany possible for him to do so.

So you see the need for me to maintain my good health as long as possible. I believe your program is what I need. I am in good health but not nearly as good physical condition as I need. Together my wife and I lift my son into his wheel chair, his chair and bed.

Please, do not misunderstand. There are no complaints about caring for our son. We do it because he is our son and we love him. But we also see the need for good physical conditoning and long life to do what we must. Thank you for your considration

Gene

michael casallo July 16, 2010 at 4:21 am

I believe TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs because in my 20 year career as a body builder I have been looking for a workout routine that maximizes muscle fatigue, flexibility, and furthers the human potential in performing daily and complex activities. I have been in a state of either injury or fatigue as I have traversed many, many programs that were supposed to build and not harm. I am most impressed with TACFIT in that it hones the human body into a fit, lean, and injury free tool that can be applied to either the battle field or the work place.

andy July 16, 2010 at 4:24 am

I NEED the TACFIT programme so that I have all the fitness side nalied down – ready for when I come back to you guys for some serious self=defense and unarmed combat training – spetsnaz and commando style!!

LET ME HAVE IT!!……………….YOU KNOW YOU WANNA!!!!

Randi July 16, 2010 at 4:26 am

I am a 35 year old wife and mother of 2 beautiful daughters, 4 and 10 months. I have been a fitness instructor for a year and a half now, and I am looking for the program to launch on my own amd put my clients over the top. I want to focus on women and help them understand that they are not helpless, and while childbearing does change your body, you don’t have to be a victim. We are strong, and you don’t need hours in a gym lifting weights to get that way. So many give up, but with TACFIT, the challenge yields huge rewards that will change them from the inside out by providing confidence, something most women lack. My story is not earth shattering, but practical. Please consider my goal to make women strong when you are choosing. Thank you.

Cliff Werner July 16, 2010 at 4:27 am

TACFIT is like going back to nature…almost primordial. You step inhto the animal ki9ngdom and learn to use the body as a whole..as an animal in the wild does.

Bryan Sykes July 16, 2010 at 4:27 am

Hello,

In response to “Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?”, I have coined my life’s mission into eight simple words, “I help people optimize well-being in their lives.” I am on a mission teaching people that well-being in not an end, it is every step; it’s in our thoughts, feelings, and actions. To that end, well-being starts now and is a continuum. From what I’ve seen thus far, TACFIT is not just a fitness program, the model aligns itself with the intangible assets of wealth which is consistent with being-well inside out. For this reason, I believe TACFIT would serve a greater purpose for me to help complete my life’s mission regardless to where I may find myself serving in the world. I am reminded of a quote by Jack La Lane that says, “We must work at living because dying is easy.” I choose to live! Be Well.

Bryan

James July 16, 2010 at 4:29 am

Hi, I’m 23 years old and I have had chronic fatigue syndrome and fibro myalgia syndrome (random muscle pain that can drop me to my knees and chronic fatigue to sum it up. I basically start each day as if i’ve been for a long run -exhausted) since I was seven. I have been doing martial arts since I was 10 and now run my own school. It is my drive to better myself physically and mentally to overcome these genetic traits and to inspire my students to achieve great heights. I believe that your program would be one of the cornerstones to helping work towards that goal.
Thank you

Shane Flaglor July 16, 2010 at 4:30 am

Sir,
I am a former member of the Canadian Armed Forces, whose career was cut short due to a series of overuse injuries, colminating into a Medical Release. I feel as though I have been robbed. My home was in the Army. It is very disappointing to have a body that disregards the mind, and more importantly the heart. My heart was writing cheques my body can’t couldn’t cash!! While I look for ways to refurbish my body, my freinds, and brothers in arms are fighting and dying in Afghanistan. I should be there with them!!!! Thats where Tacfit Commando comes in. I will use your program to rebuild my body, to get stronger, more flexible, and injury resistant, so that I can join my brothers on the battlefeild….where I belong.

Thank-you for all your hard work, and for allowing me to fill my destiny.

Shane

AG July 16, 2010 at 4:32 am

As a serving member of the British Military I have been following TACFIT commando since i downloaded the package some 2 months ago. Since that time i have trained religiously in the field, on ship, in battlecamps, at home, abroad, and in barracks never missing a session. I have significantly enhanced my physical fitness, agility, strength, flexibility; and most importantly for me, my knees feel 10 years younger. I have always been fit and looked fit; however, TACFIT has already produced a lean balanced physique that at 35 i did not think i would achieve. The challenge for me has been in following the sessions (only 30 minutes work) without adding in extra pieces – there is simply no need. Unlike other systems i have tried, TACFIT has produced a physical fitness that has proven genuinely transferable into my life: both for work and at home, importantly ensuring i am more refreshed to spend tme with the kids at the weekend. Indeed, so different are the exercises that on the occassions i have trained at home, the kids have loved “joining in” and mimicing the exercises.
Training now for operations in Afghanistan i am confident my physical training needs are being more than met by TACFIT, thus ensuring more time for me to concentrate my preparations on the other key aspects of pre deployment. It is also great to know i can continue to train TACFIT whereever i deploy in the world and maintain a highly competitive level of fitness. No longer will i be forced to constrain my workout ambitions when a gym is not in reach. Whilst us Brits are probably more reserved than our American allies, and the music on the videos seems a little over the top, this package is 100% the real deal. I am completely hooked and wish TACFIT was around 16 years ago when i began my military career.

Sven July 16, 2010 at 4:34 am

I need this program for spiritual reasons. There is something in Scott’s eyes. I believe he has seen God.

Ron Ruhs July 16, 2010 at 4:35 am

Tacfit:

Alot of great posts here – we all have our reasons. My daughter is going into Officer’s Training for the MARINES and at 42, I want to outscore her PFT to keep her and I both motivated. She needs a 1st Class rating and I really want to help her achieve it!

I have many plans including being there a long time for my family, running a 50 mile race (signed up for a 31 mile race and working on the 50) and finishing my Youth Nutrition certification. I can’t yet lead from the front unless I get myself in the shape I need.

Keep up the great work – Ron

John July 16, 2010 at 4:37 am

I’m not a military or law enforcement hero type. In another life I probably would have gone that route, but now I’m just a 30 year old dad trying to provide a happy life for his family. To be very simple, I want to be a Survivor. I want to have the functional body that will give me as much chance as possible of surviving any experience life gives me until the day I die, and I want to help all the people around me who I love to achieve that as well.

To meet this goal, a system must focus entirely on functional strength and fitness. It must be a system that can be done anywhere, in any situation, in a short amount of time, with no equipment necessary, by people at all fitness levels. In other words, it must remove all potential barriers that could prevent a person from continuing the program for the rest of their lives. It must be sustainable, not just some 30 or 60 day intensive boot camp-type program.

From what I have seen, TacFit fits these criteria. I don’t have an amazing story of my own to share, but I know many people who need help from such a program, and if I have it I will try to help them. That is my opportunity to be a hero in my life where I am today–to help people recover the function of their bodies, so they can live their lives to the fullest.

Jeremy July 16, 2010 at 4:38 am

TACFIT,

It’s very easy to explain why this is the best program for me. As a formerly active Marine, I know what its like to be in top physical shape. I also know what its like to overtrain. Life after the Marine Corps can be tough. When you workout out and everything hurts (in a bad way), you get demotivated and lose desire quickly. I haven’t stopped working yet, but I cant imagine how my body will feel with 2 more years of this. Add to the fact that as the head of my household, I cannot motivate my wife to workout because she has such a busy schedule. Who has an additional 2 hours a day to get to the gym, workout, and clean up? We need something that can be done at home, get us and keep us at peak physical condition, and help our bodies to heal and recover. I also would love a workout that we could do together. That’s where TACFIT comes in. If you are looking for a future success story, we are it! SEMPER FIDELIS!

Glen King July 16, 2010 at 4:39 am

I tried my best to keep the weight off for the past 25 years but with little success (working long hours and eating late at night). Now I see my son who’s 16, also having the same problem with his weight. I want to give my son the inspiration to get lean and fit; not to think that being overweight is normal (as most family members are). So, if at 53 and 35lbs overweight, I can do what is necessary to get back in shape using the TACFIT secrets, I think it will be an inspiration for my son to want to get in shape also (because he loves the workout clips that I show him) and not just be indoors playing computer games for recreation. It will be a wonderful opportunity for father and son to be together… working out. But most of all I would have won a battle that I have been losing for over 25 years, gotten back in shape; maybe the best shape I could ever be in, extended my natural life by who knows… how many years and I will owe it all to the TACFIT Team and by extension so to will my son. Continued success to the TACFIT Team.

Ryan July 16, 2010 at 4:41 am

I am a volunteer firefighter, paramedic and diving instructor. While all of these occupations seperately require a certain level of physical fitness, doing all of them on a regular basis requires a slightly higher level of fitness. This became abundantly clear last fall when two of our firefighters went down in a structure fire and I was called on to be part of the rescue team. With all of the training that I was already doing at the gym, the rescue still took a lot out of me. I have been looking for a program to add to my regular training to help build mental focus, the ability to react quickly, efficiently and recover faster to get back into the action after such a taxing event. From what I have seen of TACFIT Commando, it appears to be just that type of program. The ability to use military training tactics would benefit me, my family, my fire department, my patients and my students by allowing me to become more effective at my jobs, recover faster, and get home with more energy.

Bryan July 16, 2010 at 4:41 am

Hello,

In response to “Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to your fitness needs?”, I have coined my life’s mission into eight simple words, “I help people optimize well-being in their lives.” I am on a mission teaching people that well-being in not an end, it is every step; it’s in our thoughts, feelings, and actions. To that end, well-being starts now and is a continuum. From what I’ve seen thus far, TACFIT is not just a fitness program, the model aligns itself with the intangible assets of wealth which is consistent with being-well inside out. For this reason, I believe TACFIT would serve a greater purpose for me to help complete my life’s mission regardless to where I may find myself serving in the world. I am reminded of a quote by Jack La Lane that says, “We must work at living because dying is easy.” I choose to live! Be Well.

Bryan

Buz July 16, 2010 at 4:42 am

55 year old desk jockey. No time for “traditional” exercise routines, which don’t really work anyway. I know I need to stay fit to stay in the fight, and I know a fight is coming.

I’ve got the gear, now I just need the strength and stamina to stay the course.

Help me out by hooking me up

mikger July 16, 2010 at 4:47 am

This program provides the foundatin for an ordinary person to have a life altering experience in terms of getting into optimum physical shape, increasing strength, flexibility and range of motion, preparing the individual to accomplish any task life throws at him/her, and increasing one’s physical health. In short, the real benefit of this program is in its ability to increase one’s quality of life in all aspects: physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual regardless of age, sex, race etc.. It is not the length of time that one lives, but the quality of life one has that makes life worth living.

Rodney Paige July 16, 2010 at 4:48 am

Hi! Im a disabled vet, living in what used to be a secure area. I believe I have a dealer who just rented the home two doors down. I’ve had a couple of run ins with them. They are beligerant and antaganistic towards me and my wife, who is disabled as well. I am 65 yrs old and not in the shape I used to be in. I have learned from your weekly news letter, but I do know I need more training. Ive faced guns, knives, and fists and being a senior with a disability Ive become soft. Im an old MARINE who needs some help! Im on Soc. Sec., so that precludes my buying your course, I just don’t have the finances. I appreciate your reading this, and thank you for the opportunity to possibly win your course! Rodney

Vicente Cotto July 16, 2010 at 4:50 am

I’m a 37 year old father of two beautiful girls and husband to the most wonderful wife in the world. I’m a leader in my church and a business leader in my community. I say that to illustrate that I take my life and example extremely seriously. I choose to live a life where I am not just saying, “Do this” but where I can say, “Let’s do this”. I follow the teachings of Scott Sonnon and consider him a genius not just in the exercise realm but also in what I’ve learn from him about overcoming and I apply to my life. In short Tacfit Commando, a program where I am the limitation and the solution would be perfect. I plan to use it not just help myself become better but to teach others that if you have a plan to follow you can reach any goal.
We live in a world where we are not encouraged to try to achieve the very best that we can. Where “good enough” is more than enough. I choose to be part of the minority that says; “Only my very best is good enough and I’ll get better tomorrow!”

Vicente
US Virgin Islands

James July 16, 2010 at 4:51 am

Depending on one’s inclinations, there are numerous avenues of scientific inquiry, religious tradition, social theory, and even personal experience, that elaborate a simple but distinctly non-Cartesian truth. What we eat is connected to how we think is connected to how we feel is connected to how we move is connected to how we relate to others. It is ALL movement. Practices of physical vibrancy are not merely metaphors for exploration, discovery, or achievement in other realms. They are always intimately, directly resonating with all areas of living. It is all movement, being, and becoming. Unfortunately, the acknowledgement of these relationships has become associated with New-Agey self indulgence, designer lifestyles, and gurus with an eye for the dollar.

The alternatives to “alternative” health, however, are often no better. Infomercials encourage us to think of abs or pecs as disconnected from the rest of the body, never mind our being. Their disingenuous promises of aesthetic beauty are mechanically injurious and spiritually impoverished. Many medical practitioners are trained to diagnose symptoms through dangerous forms of treatment that see effects but no causes. Even the advice to take a few humble but subtly damaging pills of Ibuprofen “and call me in the morning” is an implicit message to dull your body’s messages, and excuse them away as the inevitable pains of age, rather than address them by asking where they come from. As for what we are told is healthy in the supermarket, it is not hyperbole to say the middle aisles are lined with poison once today’s epidemics are tallied up.

Everyone is entitled to the pursuit of quality movement. However, with all the distractions we are asked to believe are important, with the endless pressure to become “productive” laborers with less and less time away from the desk chair, quality movement must be pursued with deliberation and desire. It is not a prescription to be filled or an 800 number to call. It won’t have a commercial during the Super Bowl. If your goal is quality movement, in the service of country, community, or grandchildren, Coach Sonnon’s program is not something to follow. It is something to learn from. In my experience, Tacfit will certainly “fit into” your lifestyle. More than likely, however, it will change it.

Kevin A Young July 16, 2010 at 4:57 am

I am strong as an Ox, quick as a cat, and soft as a pillow. Things need to change and the only way to make that happen is to change what I am doing. I am too busy from 4:00 AM to 8:00 PM laying asphalt, finishing concrete, moving pipe, and doctoring cattle. TACFIT could fit into almost any daily routine during a break or when you have to wait on people or products. Not only could this bebefit me, but the people around me could be affected as well. Thank you for offering such a great program. I and my family will thuroughly enjoy it.

Brian Lederman July 16, 2010 at 4:58 am

To whom it may concern

I grew up as a physically abused and neglected child in New York. My parents were drug addicts and alcoholics. when I was 9 I had gotten really sick and passed out at school. the nurse called emergancy and I wound up in the hospital. I was diagnosed with diabetes. I had apparently been walking around with it for months. With no guidence I never addressed the issue of self car. Their priorities were their addictions. I got influenced from a kid in my school who lifted weights. he was bigger and stronger then most of the other kids and excelled in athletics. I began training with him and never stopped. I became a bodybuilder, boxer, martial artist and powerlifter. Heavy weights and the gym became my life, my escape. for years (34) I didnt go to a doctor. When my wife and I tried to adopt a 4 yr old pysically/sexually abused little girl a full medical examination was required and it revealed I was in severe kidney failure and needed a transplant. I couldn’t lift heavy because of the metabolic breakdown of heavy weights. I was depressed til I discovered TACFIT. you guys have given me my esape back, my pasion my happiness…thanks

Brian.

Nathan Olson July 16, 2010 at 5:01 am

TACFIT,

I am a 35 year old dad of three and I am working to improve my health so I can play with my children for years to come. I also have Multiple Sclerosis so it is imperative to my health that I stay active and in shape. Your program while difficult I am sure, seems to provide a straight forward way for me to keep active and improve my overall health. While my MS isn’t as bad as a lot of others I know it does affect everything I do so the more challenges I give myself the better. I hope to be one of your winners and thank you for the excellent information you have provided so far.

Nathan Olson

Scott July 16, 2010 at 5:01 am

Guys,

I am a business man that sits at a computer all day. I have let myself go and need to make a life altering change. I have a bad back, bad knees and joint pain that at times makes it difficult to even think about working out. I am 280 lbs on a 6ft frame. My blood pressure and cholesterol are high and I am now on medication.
Today is my daughter’s 8th birthday. I want to give her the best gift ever…Me. I want to get back in shape so I can be for her as long as possible. I know that the current path I am on is not going to help me do that.
I believe that Tacfit is the tool that is going to help me acheive my goal of getting back in shape, off meds and be here to walk my daughter down the aisle some day.

Thank you for the opportunity,
Scott

Jim Harris July 16, 2010 at 5:05 am

Dear TACFIT,
I am 59 years old and a 4th degree black belt in taekwondo. For literally years I went through a cycle of getting sick, recovering, getting back to my workout, getting stronger, increasing my workout and then getting sick again. I went through this cycle at least 3-4 times each year. Not until discovering TACFIT Commando did I begin to understand that my training problem was the result of overttraining. I kept adding duration to my workout (I was working out a couple of hours a day) rather than intensity.

Since beginning to train with the TACFIT program, this problem has been eliminated. It is impossible to overtrain with TACFIT because the time is constant – no matter what fitness level you’re at. It is the intensity that is always being ramped up. At 59 I am now stronger and in better condition than I’ve ever been in my life. I can’t say enough good things about TACFIT and would recommend it to anyone – regardless of their current state of fitness.

Jim Harris

gary deathridge July 16, 2010 at 5:05 am

Gents,
I am only a newbie personnally to this tacfit miracle,i call it that because a close friend of mine,who i have trained beside for years,broke his neck and spine in 4 places.He was told that he would never walk again,well he’s a stubbon son of,and he got onto his,the problem started to arise when he tried to gain back his fitness by conventional methods and injured his back again,I have been an avid crossfitter for a number of years and we tried everything to get him moving,i found your stuff on u-tube and thought that the exercises might be a little extreme in the rotational ranges,so we modified them very slightly started slow ok very slow,18mths later and this wreck has just completed the recuit of the israeli challenge,ok not great you say, wrong i say he couldn’t walk 18mths ago,we could do with the deluxe package to get him to the next phase which is back into his chosen sport of kickboxing,also this tacfit has now taken the place of my crossfit workout,i call it the miracle when i see Tim doing the revolving table,we talk about nothing else and now have 6 people that visit us to train in my garage all with movement problems,so there it is on wards and upwards and live life its the only one we have

Bill July 16, 2010 at 5:07 am

Hello Scott and Ryan,

Since making great progress with your BBFL a while back, have found your unique exercise, refreshing from the usual pushups, situps, and such that lead more to breakdown than build up. Especially since being a husband and family man, time is of the essence I feel. Whenever called to travel, rather it’s troubleshooting equipment for in the field operatives, or simply a busy schedule where the deadline is just that, people are counting on you solving their problems. So stopping to drive to a gym, workout for an hour or more (at least !!) then come back to work does not ~ Will Not cut it !!! Wondering Who I’m talking about? It is the most important group I feel proud to be a part of ….my FAMILY!!! Sure, really enjoy my job, it helps saves our troops, but the people who truly bring me joy, count on me to be leader, teacher, story reader, dad and husband. These two goals are what daily motivate me to do my best….and then dig deeper !!!

With your TACFIT Commando Deluxe Deployment Kit I will be able to say: Mission Accomplished !!

All the best to Scott and your Family, for your motivational videos, and Ryan, by motivating through your living !!

Bill

So by incorporating your TACFIT Commando Deluxe Deployment Kit will make

Rachelle July 16, 2010 at 5:08 am

Hello all,

It’s pretty simple really, I need to get my rapidly expanding backside off the couch, in 30 minutes or less, a few times a week! Gyms bore me, cardio just drives me crazy and if one more person says I should start shaking my hips to the Samba beat, I will just keel over. I need real world skills development and conditioning that doesn’t take hours every week. I want to move, look and kick @#$% just like Wonder Woman!!! The ability to stay strong, powerful and maintain constant mission readiness is critical at work, rest and play. It pays to always be ready! Thank you and Take Care.

Shaun July 16, 2010 at 5:08 am

I am a 36 yr old husband and father of 2 young girls 9 and 7 yrs old. Its important to me to show my family that being physicall fit can be exciting, fun and rewarding. I just received an advertissement for Tacfit a few days ago and was mezmorized immediately. I’ve done yoga which is great, weights are great but made me tight and i’ve suffered a number of injuries over the years, playing competative sports. Running on the treadmill is down right boring. Tacfit covers all the bases in less than a half an hour. The few times i’ve tried tacfit i was amazed at how agile i felt, all my muscles felt toned, more confident, my posture was improved and i was sweating to beat the band!! Being a father who is active with his children, Tacfit is the perfect fit my myself and my family. I’ll be gettin ripped for da wife and have energy, stamina and mobility for my children. Not to mention i’ll be a great mentor. Also, my girls are competetive dancers and could definetly benefit from the strength and mobility given to them by Tacfit. Furthermore, your Clubbell Routine looks stellar! Have a great day!

Shaun
Soon to be ripped!!

Chris Bart July 16, 2010 at 5:08 am

My life is busy and gyms are boring, crowded and expensive. As a Woman with a goal I need something that will keep my interest and help me get fit once again. Being fit is a big part of my Bug- Out- Plan when our America falls as Rome did. ( Like a Rabbit down the hole, I shall go)
This is one step in my goal to out maneuver, out run and out last those who are weaker or meaner; or those who would like to strip my freedoms or take my life.
I am not big, I am not mean.. But being fit is a must in self preservation.
I am in the beginning stages of your free program and realize not only am I out of shape, but must over come multiple injuries that have accumulated over the years.
I am looking forward to doing more indepth workouts regardless…
Thanks,
Chris Bart

Annette July 16, 2010 at 5:10 am

A while ago I saw an editorial comic strip on working in an office. The first pane showed a worker in a cubicle, sitting at a desk typing on a computer. But the “cubicle” was actually a nicely furnished pit in the ground. Subsequent panes showed the working looking more and more stressed. Occasionally someone would walk by and toss money into the pit, but it didn’t alleviate the continuing stress. Then there was a pane where the cubicle still had all its nice furnishings, but no worker! The last pane showed the worker contentedly sitting on a tree branch, leaning against the tree trunk with a big, happy smile.

TACFIT Commando will give me the physical conditioning to counteract sitting at a desk all day, but more importantly, it will give me the ability to handle the mental stress. And it will do it in a short amount of time so that my day has room for more than just working (office) and working out (TACFIT Commando).

Please pick me so I can enjoy the bliss of the worker in the tree while I’m actually working in the pit! :-)

P.S. Office works can be a new market!

Revilla H. Wheale July 16, 2010 at 5:11 am

I am A 55 yr old Mother and Grandmother and and former Marine and ashamed to say not in the best physical shape right now. But I am trying to improve myself. I am concerned that soon we will wake up and our Freedoms will be completely gone. I am not looking forward to living in a Police state. I do know how to shoot firearms and not too bad with a rifle. But if something would happen and it be gone what would I do? I would like all my family to take your course. We are all concerned with our Freedoms and the thought of being over run by terrorist. My husband and I are former Marines and he is a retired Police Officer. This program would be a great asset to us. Well this program would be a great asset to everyone. Thank you for this chance . God Bless, Revilla

Kristopher Kurt Knitsch July 16, 2010 at 5:12 am

I erect and dismantle tower cranes for a living. So I need to bring strength and flexablity to every awkward position possible. I’m also a husband and father of 3 in a 980sq/ft condo so time and space are at a premium. My friends consider me to be in great shape but after doing the recruit challange ( 3 reps 20 points ) for the first time on thursday I Know that I have a long way to go. For hopefully a pain free future, I am going to do the challenges and anything else I find here.Thanks for your time.

Brandon Gagnon July 16, 2010 at 5:14 am

I am on the fire department in Akron, IN and just opened up a MMA gym in Fort Wayne, IN. The gym is growing more and more clients everyday with this rapidly growing sport. I fight myself too and would just like this program to not only help me impove myself more but to also help everyone else around me too by sharing your program. Thanks for this great chance!

Brandon

Johann July 16, 2010 at 5:16 am

i got operated 2 weeks ago, the had to reattach my ligaments in my shoulder. before that i broked my shoulder blade, same side, and broked my ancle. all injuries came from playing rugby, but i also did 5 other sports and competed on a national level. By useing tacfit i’m shure i can tran up to be competetive again seeing that i’m only 18 years of age. i also believe that it could put an end to unneccesary injuries by working the whole body and not just some muscles like it would be if you trained in a gym. i’m realy keen on doing sport again and i;m shure tacfit will make me more competetive than when i was in my peak..
thanx for the awesome product
Johann Kemp Gerber

SPC Conaway, Levi S July 16, 2010 at 5:19 am

I am specialist in the United States Army. I am currently in a unit that has been deployed. I got to this unit after they had deployed so they have decided to keep me in the rear to help take care of broken soldiers. Because of our specific mission we dont have a solid PT program. We have a lot of out of shape recovering and broken soldiers who need a good program to bring them back to their peak physical performance so they can be sent back to the fight. I have been looking all over the internet for some kind of program that would be suitable for all of our soldiers regardless of their physical condition. TACFIT seems to be that program. I downloaded your challange video and took it to my chain of command so they too could see it. They were very impressed by what i had brought them unfortunatly we couldnt get the funds for to purchase this program. I am saving my money the best I can until I get enough to purchase this program bjut being only an E-4 with a family it’s going to be a while before I have the money to do so. If I could win this program it would be a blessing. Not only would it save me alot of money but it would be helping soldiers to become physicaly fit again so they could return to the fight.
Thank You
SPC Conaway
Unites States Army

David Taylor July 16, 2010 at 5:19 am

Gentlemen,
Thanks to my enrollment in the Target Focus Training program I became aware of your TACTFIT program. The two mesh beautifully and I am working my way out of the recruit level to tackle the Commando program you provided.
In my home it is not only me who is using the program. My oldest daughter has chosen to pursue an appointment to the US Naval Academy class of 2015 and has taken a great interest in what I have been doing that has begun to change my body. She just completed the Summer Seminar at the USNA and thinks that your program will push her over the top in tackling the physical rigors required in her Plebe Summer next year. Her goal is to be equal to the men and with your help, I think she can get there. HOOYAH!!

Susan July 16, 2010 at 5:20 am

Good morning Tacfit team and thanks for a chance to win!
I am a frustrated 51 year old female. I have always loved exercise and have been active. I did areobics, step, zumba. I jog, have an eliptical trainer, been in and out of gyms. I count calories, read blogs and check out different websites and progams. I have spent countless hours working out. And I still can’t lose this 10lbs, only now it has become 15lbs. For years I have been trying to lose this weight, I seem to be doing all the “right” things and I’m stuck. I want a strong, heathly (and sexy) body. Tacfit Commando will give me the body that I want, and I won’t have to spend hours doing it. And this is something my husband and I could do together (he’s put on some weight too). My story might not be shocking, or inspirational. But I sure would be excited to win!
God’s blessing on your team,
Susan

mary July 16, 2010 at 5:22 am

When Tactfit came around the first time I missed out on buying it because I spent my money on some other program that did not give me results. Sad to say this happens a lot–I buy into the hype then find out the program isn’t really for me. Usually the program said you didn’t need any fancy equipment, but really you did (usually a pull up bar). I’m not a mother of four or an ex Navy Seal (these are often the ones who win these contests) I’m just a person who on their own went from being very obese to being overweight and am looking for something to shake up my workouts so I can get to my goal. I am ready to go to the next level. Things that have worked for me are kettlebells, martial arts and bodyweight along with mobility exercises (sadly not enough programs stress mobility). Improvements I have seen from what I just mentioned and the recruit level moves are my ability to squat with heels on the ground is getting better and I feel my flexibility improving. I feel a strong affinity with this program (might be because of my dad or when I did study martial arts) and would really like a copy do I don’t miss out on the second time around. One more thing I have had the pleasure of learning some of the moves from Coaches Steer, Murdock and Sonnon via the internet and not only do they work, but they make you feel like a kid again.
Fingers crossed that I win a copy–I really want this.

pinec July 16, 2010 at 5:28 am

I’ve been practicing martial arts for my whole life and I learnt that bodyweight exercises are the simplest and safest way to gain real strenght. But doing the same exercise can easily turn into boredom. I know it myself. Doing pushups, squats all the time got my nerves, but I didn’t know any better. Gyms were even worse…steroid junkies all over the place. My teacher, who spent some time in Russia, showed me some moves. They looked easy to perform, but sure were not when i tried them;-) Some time later I learned about Israeli Special Forces TACFIT Challenge. 4 moves, each of them providing fullbody workout. I showed this stuff to a friend of mine and he become a sculpture in almost no time, compared to the time he wasted in gym lifting weights. First he lost fat, then his muscles started to get thicker and his cardio also improved…only gains.

All you need is your body and you are ready to start…no catch 22 anywhere

Rob Kelly July 16, 2010 at 5:28 am

TACFIT is a vital part of my workout program. The explosiveness and total body workout benefits my cardio and strength training. Being a member of a community emergency response team, a security/emergency response team leader for a Fortune 100 company, and anticipating trying out for police departments by next year, the TACFIT program has rapidly increased both my stamina and strength. I’ve tried other workout routines and even paid expensive memberships to a local gym; however, the TACFIT system not only surpassed any routine I’ve had, I can do the exercises anytime, anywhere, without worrying about going to a gym and having some obnoxious “trainer” hovering over my shoulders, trying to tell me what’s best for me.

Alexander July 16, 2010 at 5:30 am

I would like to try to win the TACFIT Commando Deluxe Deployment Kit because from what I have learned about the TACFIT system, it is the system that helps the trainee to develop really functional muscles, much-needed flexibility, and the ability to defend oneself should there be a need to.

What is even more, from what I have surmised from your previous e-mails to your audience, of which I am so gratified to be one, the system can be used by elderly people as well as the young. Although I am 63, I have exercised and tried to keep myself fit since I was 16, and from what I have learned about the TACFIT Commando Deluxe Deployment Kit, it can help me improve my fitness by developing FUNCTIONAL STRENGTH, TORQUE, and MUSCLES.

Whether I win the Kit, or not, I would like to thank you for your great work for the public good. I do hope that you will continue to keep up the wonderful work you have started by declassifying and popularizing the TACFIT system. People need the system to live truly good lives.

Wishing you and your team the best of everything,
Alexander Astor

Todd Delle July 16, 2010 at 5:33 am

Hello Scott and Tacfit team,

I am looking forward to the release of the Tacfit Deployment kit. I can not truthfully say that it will be the perfect training system for me but, with slight adjustments I believe it can be. My reasoning is that my chosen art/discipline is just one click off of normal. Horseback Archery. The competitions are based solely on riding and shooting, the training and art include all aspects of martial applications and weapons used from the horse.

The need for myself and my students is for a program that builds from the inside out. With a priority on building strength without sacrificing mobility and flexibility while keeping body mass to a minimum. Combining the horse with weapons requires exercises that build mental toughness and body awareness, while at the same time developing the qualities of timing, rhythm, and balance. The lack of need for a traditional gym fits perfectly with my needs to be able to train in the field, literally. When adding the horse to the mix the “6 degrees of freedom” multiply exponentially with the need to work from a moving, unpredictable platform.

Adding the nutritional components to the program is an often overlooked aspect of many “complete” packages and provides the basis for helping to build from the inside out.

I will refrain from calling this the perfect training system for me for a few reasons. The first is that how these exercises adapt themselves to horseback is possibly un-tested (not for long).

And selfishly if I call this the “perfect” package there will be no need to continue to search for and development of potentially even better ideas. What has brought us this training system is the endless pursuit of not perfection but perfection plus one. I hope the search never ends.

Combining the body weight training with club training quite possibly returns my training regimen to closely resembling the training ideals of the founders of my discipline.

Thanks for your endless desire to to push past the normal or adequate. More importantly thanks for sharing your knowledge.

Todd

Richard Pingley July 16, 2010 at 5:33 am

Hey Guy’s, I have the basic Tacfit program and am currently using it.My son is coming home soon from Afganistan and I want to be able to workout with him.He’s 32 yrs.old and still beats everyone in PT.I asked him how he beats all those young guys.He says”Refuse to lose”thats my motto.OK! I am 53 and I think I’m progressing well on training but I also think that with the Deluxe Program I can improve on what is holding me back(maybe the food I eat and the nutrition I need) to keep up with a guy who refuses to lose.Ha! Ha!My son has been gone almost a year and I can’t wait to show him what the old Fella’s been doing for training.He can also use this program to train his men before they go back in 2012.He is a Stryker leader,always looking for different ways to train,and he says he’s always sore.This is the perfect training for that.Well,anyways GREAT training program,Thank you for doing this for all of us.

Barb July 16, 2010 at 5:33 am

Like the rest I am looking for a program to get me into shape. I am a 41 year old mother of two who has tried everything to get this weight off. Even went to boot camp ( for free) and still can’t get that last 25 pounds off that sits right around my belly. My father just had 4 stints put in two weeks ago and is 66, this is after his quadrople bypass he had 6 years ago. I am very active and watch what I eat but still can’t get this extra weight to leave. 16 years ago after I had my first child and lost all my weight from him and looked better then I ever did in high school. Then I got pregnant with a second, gained 25 pounds the first month of the pregnancy then miscarried but never lost the weight. Had two more miscarriages then finally had my daughter 10 years ago and lost all my weight from her except that 25 pounds. Then another 4 miscarriages later we are done having children. After the first miscarriage I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism . Needless to say I can’t take the “easy” route and take something to help me lose weight so have struggled to find a program that keeps my interest. I always had wanted to join the military but after marrying at 20 that changed my course. I enjoy the workouts that I have received from your web site and thought it would be great to have the program. My 15 year old is also interested in doing these with me and that is huge right there, he doesn’t like anything mom does right now. :) But even if I don’t win the program I still enjoy getting your workouts on facebook and will continue to work on this constant battle. Thank you for the inspiration and encouragement and I look forward to working with you more in the future.

Thank you for the chance to change my life.

Sincerely,
Barb

De' Tinker July 16, 2010 at 5:33 am

I really doubt anything will come from this, but what the heck?
I am 15 years old and preparing to start my AS in college so I can join Annapolis and the Marines. In the near future I will be needing a way to stay fit anytime, anywhere, because I have no clue how busy I’ll be. Plus having a quick dependable workout will help me and my family even now. My family has puts virtually no time into just keeping fit. My brother’s supposed to ride his bike for 15 minutes a day, comes in 5 minutes later and says “that was 15 minutes for me.” My sisters are active all the time playing with friends, so their fine. My dad is working a lot and could use a quick and easy way to stay fit, even when he travels (He fly’s to England, DC, Washington, and other places). My mom could just use a little more bloodflow.
Anyway, we aren’t really in great need, but I figured why not enter and try?

Vanessa July 16, 2010 at 5:34 am

Because I am tired of fads.
Because I am tired of women being told that they should “tone” using gimpy weights.
Because I am tired of gyms and classes and lies and fake products.
Because I want something new, exciting, flexible, challenging.
Because I love the idea of being able to do Tacfit anywhere.
Because I believe Tacfit and its principles are solid.
Because its time for something new…

Gene S July 16, 2010 at 5:36 am

As a Police Officer and having a background in Physical Education/Exercise Science, I’ve been around the block. I’ve trained extensively and competed in MMA and several traditional martial arts styles. I’ve trained with former Spetnaz, Navy Seals, Green Berets, and yes, I even have the tee shirts to prove it. I’m currently a 42 year old Detective doing Major Crimes investigations, and am also a member of the SCERT team as a tactical diver.

In a nutshell, if anyone applies themselve to any type of activity and diet, they will see results. There are many “hyped” programs out there now that prove this despite not really being totally sound or wholistic. You want to be strong, well lift heavy things, you want to be fast, well then run go fast. It isn’t complicated. A punch is just a punch, a kick is just a kick, right?

Your program will get results if it’s applied, even partially, especially if the person is deconditioned. I don’t think your program will give the amazing results as advertised. Send me a copy to try and prove me wrong.

Jaye July 16, 2010 at 5:37 am

Yeah, I used to be a cop, I’ve choreographed fight scenes for movies and I’ve been training for over 20 years, but none of that matters. Every week I hungrily search the web, devour books looking for something that will add a different dimension to my train so I can continual challenge myself physically and mentally. TACFIT is money in the bank. A workout that is as equally challenging as in MMA workout I have ever participated in that can be done in such a short time with zero equipment and in limited space. Unheard of. Now, I’m not saying this will replace all of my workouts cause I still believe diversity is the key to sustaining any long term training regime, but I will say that this will definitely be a part of mine for as long as I train. Bottom line if you don’t win it, buy it! It’s awesome! Thanks for the challenge TACFIT team.

David July 16, 2010 at 5:45 am

Tacfit,
I’ve invested a great deal of time, money, and effort into getting myself in shape. I’ve studied up on so many techniques and advice but can’t seem make any of it stick. I am up several hours before work every morning trying to get to the gym. I’ve invested in the P90x workouts and have overhauled my nutrition. While I’ve made improvements in some of my physical abilities, I am unbalanced and still struggling. Your program makes a lot of sense, and makes me realize why the mechanics of my exercises are failing me. i would like to regain my physical abilities of days past so I may make a leap forward to fulfilling my dream of joining a volunteer fire department…without being my own worst risk.

Chaz K July 16, 2010 at 5:49 am

I’m a 23 year old young man. After spending years with friends binge drinking, getting high, eating fast food, and gaining more then 80 lbs of fat. I made a change 9 months ago. I have been sober and working out 6 days a week since Oct 1 2009. I have been a member at the same gym the entire time, the first few months were great and I lost a good amount of weight. Over the past 6 months or so, I have been working my ass off to see minimal if any results. After searching the internet I found Tacfit just a week or so ago, I downloaded the free workout and really enjoyed the new way that it pushed my body. I believe this could be the program that I need to push me over the hump of mediocrity and into the strong man that I can be both physically and mentally.

Paul Mizzi July 16, 2010 at 5:53 am

Hello Scott,

You and your TACFIT Team Leaders ask “Why is TACFIT Commando the perfect solution to my fitness needs?”. I guess the best answer I can give is, without Body Weight Training my workout seems to be non existence. Let me explain.

I’m 50 years old, married with two children working as a contractor at a truck assembly plant in the Detroit Metro area. My work shift changes often and my work day away from home can be up to 12 hours at times. I have tried to setup a training program several different times. The most successful program that I came up with was a body weight program that uses suspension system. I was able to use this system at home and work, but at times trying to find the best place to use a suspension tool was hard at work and I needed to be at a specific place at home. The TACFIT program is VERY exciting to me. The ability to have a workout anywhere and I do mean anywhere is EXCITING!! The only place I see that I can not do this workout is in one of Michigans’ great lakes!!! Then I would swim. Getting my hands on one of these programs would be a blessing!!!! Please consider me as a winner.
Paul

Diane Tompkins (grandma Di) July 16, 2010 at 5:54 am

MISSION: To find a program to turn a 61 (in two weeks) yr. old grandma who struggles with some aches and stiffness into a lean, mean, full-of-energy granny machine. Seriously, I began lifting weights about 8 yrs ago, but body building leaves so much out. I have been searching for a program that does it all … that addresses joint mobility, fascial issues, strength, etc. and that does it in doable increments. TACFIT Commando is IT!!!!!! It’s uncomplicated and basic but gets the job done. No equipment required. AWESOME. I am so excited to have found you. I am DETERMINED to prove that true fitness can be done even at 61… to be an example. Now I have a reason to get up in the morning! MISSION: to win TACFIT Commando – it’s the last program I will ever need. I will teach it to my 6 yr old grandson. How awesome to grow up having access to this information. You ROCK!!!!!

Jack July 16, 2010 at 5:59 am

We always read that when you decide to implement a healthy and fit lifestyle, you should do it for yourself and based on a desire to improve from within, and not to impress or satisfy the demands of the world. In my situation, however, I believe I have a strong and inspiring reason to constantly strive for a healthy lifestyle that involves another person. My daughter’s health needs require constant care in the home and will not diminish as she grows into adulthood. Every day I can extend my life through healthy and fit choices is one more day I can help my wife care for her, and one less day my daughter may have to spend in a care facility surrounded by strangers. TACFIT will prime my body and benefit me and my family. Thanks for the opportunity and good luck with 2.0.

Ivan July 16, 2010 at 6:00 am

Although my reason for wanting this program is not nearly as important as these men and women that protect my rights daily I will still post my comment. I am a 16 year old homeschooler who has been struggling to find a good physical education program. I’ve had a hard time balancing aerobic exercise, muscle building, and stretching. This program seems to cover it all. The space I have to work out is confined, so this program covers that issue as well. This program will give me everything I need to get into shape and stay in shape for many years to come. I would love to have your program and thank you for giving me the chance to win it.

A quick thank you to all those in uniform that protect me, my family, and our rights as Americans!

Ivan

Marcella July 16, 2010 at 6:00 am

I am not sure why the obvious has not been stated…so here goes! Since doing Tacfit “Recruit” version for a few short weeks I am having better SEX!! My boyfriend is totally thrilled with my toned physique and -ahem-flexibility and stamina! So I can only imagine what the FULL version of this incredible life-changing program could actually do for our love life! I am so excited and I want it, I want it NOW :-)
Thank you so much!

stephen green July 16, 2010 at 6:01 am

well i am fifty years old and considered my self pretty fit i do kickboxing studying under stanford quarrie from the british martial arts association.i have been training for the passt six years,despite this i still have weight problems and a bulgin midsection.i also teach the ladies at my office exercise for health and fitness.despite all of this i still remained overweight.i came across tactfit sample workout on the net.i started adding these moves to my regimen and after two weeks i lost six pounds.ater a month i lost eleven pounds.then i came across the tactfit challenge and the modified version.istarted the challenge at the recruit level doing the workout every other day and after one week the changes to my body was just amazing my arms starts to look cut my chest and legs start to look like i am training.muscles showing my midsection is now losing inches i have to adjust my belt two holes shorter.and best of all iam now under two hundred pounds for the first time in years.man there is a new spring in my steps increased libido more faster reaction during sparring.tactfit has opened up a new perspective on physical fitness.even typing now i feel my pects quivering.my only regret is there is no plans to intoduce this incredible system to jamaica.

John Cory July 16, 2010 at 6:01 am

As an older athlete (45+), I discovered a few years back the benefits of short, intense exercise that maintains a “youthful” ability to engage in a wide variety of physical activities. This is important since I have a very dynamic seven year old son who keeps me hopping! However, much of those “intense” exercises came at a physical price even if I was careful. Additionally, the work of some of these programs didn’t translate into greater athleticism. I kept thinking there had to be a better way. Then I discovered Scott Sonnon’s “FlowFit,” and was simply blown away at the intensity that could be had in the “flows.” With “FlowFit,” I gained a fluidity of motion and coordination far superior to just working “compound joint” exercises. What is exciting is that the “TacFit Commando” program takes the flow principles to an even greater level of athleticism. I believe “TacFit Commando” will allow me to safely maintain an elite level of fitness as I age and even radically improve my movement. I would love it, not only for myself, but to open up a superior palate of physical expression for my son!

Scott Oatman July 16, 2010 at 6:04 am

I am 35 and have been overweight for most of my life. I found TACFIT through Tim Larkin’s TFT emails. I think the bodyweight exercises in TACFIT would be great for me because I have a limited amount of space in my apartment. Also, my new wife (been married about a year and a half) wants me to shed my excess weight for health reasons, so I’m “around for a good long time”, as she puts it.

Brett Shewell July 16, 2010 at 6:04 am

Hi Scott and Tacfit Commando I am a stay at home dad since I was layed off from work about 5 months ago. I think Tacfit Commando is great for me because it meets my needs. and it great recovery technics. I can’t afford a guy membership due to the situation I am in. and I want to be able to user tactfit to get fit and shed unwanted pounds off my body. I also want to be able to teach my children to stay healthy and be fit. Thanks

Albert Kurian July 16, 2010 at 6:05 am

I truly want to get better everyday in every aspect of my life. The physical well-being and toughness of toning your body to the extremes always offers a challenge. My friends and I would greatly appreciate this opportunity of once in a lifetime because the program will engender our success and certainly exceed our long term goals. As a team, we extensively play basketball, volleyball, as well as participating in hardcore weight training/cardio exercises. TACFIT Commando is obviously the perfect solution to our fitness needs for three main reasons. 1. This is not for myself. I truly desire as a group to gain a stronger core and become more well balanced individuals. 2. We will actually use this on a daily basis due to our stern commitment but also because we will utilize everything we learn and continue to grow. 3. We want to define every definition of the word strong.

Thank you for this blessed chance
Sincerely,
Albert Kurian

Kim July 16, 2010 at 6:08 am

Ok, so here it is. I’m 40 years old, mother of four. I’m only 5′0 ft tall and at the rate I’m spreading..I’ll be as wide as I am tall. My issue is time and a need for a good ass challenge. I only have the early morning hours to exercise and it has to be something I can do at home before the family is awake. I’ve tried everything and nothing excites me to keep going. Your program has the thrill, challenge and wholistic exercises I’ve been looking for. No disrespect to the Jillian Michael dvds I’ve been doing but it’s just not enough to meet my needs right now. Ironically I’m in charge of our company’s Wellness Program so this may be just the thing to get our company on the right road to fitness. You got help me….I’M SPREADING, I’M SPREADING……….

Ifeoluwa Oyedeji July 16, 2010 at 6:09 am

WHY IS TACFIT COMMANDO THE SOLUTION TO MY FITNESS NEEDS?
It explicitly shows me what to do and how to go about it to keep fit, even when I can not afford a gym subscription or the cost of doing so pinches badly on my pockets. Also, I need not hire a personal trainer, not ever.
I can exercise at home in a few minutes a day before dashing off to the office without waiting for the day I can spend a few hours at the gym (good for people like me with busy schedules and who travel from place to place to work every now and then) and without investing in expensive/any equipment. Neither do I need a large room dedicated for exercising, as a 4ft x 6ft space is adequate.
A programme in use for a long time by special operatives whose lives depend to a great extent on their level of fitness and now code named “TACTIC COMMANDO” (TC for short).
By the way, if I use “TC”, I stand to loose: a bad eating habit, shapelessness, excessive body fat, pot belly, unfitness and bad health. And I stand to gain: a good eating habit, a superb and enviable shape, well chiseled muscles-the type I would love to show off, fitness and good health, just to name a few.
Whether I buy or win a copy of the TC kit, it is a win-winnnnnnn situation. As for me, I intend winnnnnnning a copy. And putting it to use of course, while remembering that ‘The taste of the pudding is in the eating.’
See you in mail, come Sunday morning!!!

Yours in fitness,

Ifeoluwa

Tim Arroyo July 16, 2010 at 6:10 am

Dear TacFit
Let me tell you a bit about myself and what I hope to have as my career in the military, and what I am doing now to prepare myself. When I was 12 years old I joined a program called Civil Air Patrol (CAP), the USAF Auxiliary. I have been in the program for four years now, in those four years I have learned so much and went through the toughest training they have to offer and have chosen my career field thanks to CAP. I have decided to go into the USAF and become a Pararescue men (PJ) or Combat Rescue officer (CRO), they are both special forces and extremely hard career fields physically and mentally.
The PJ/CRO motto is “That others may live” there job is search and rescue, combat and civilian. CAP offers two courses for Cadets to learn about these Career fields, the Pararescue Orientation Course (PJOC) and the Advanced Pararescue orientation course (APJOC) I have attending both of these grueling course to find out if I really liked and wanted the career field, and even though I am 16, I have made up my mind to serve my country and save lives. Now PJOC and APJOC is a stroll in the park compared to the real deal. As a PJ/CRO I have to go through 18 months – 2years of training before I may enter the career field. This training starts out with their indoctrination course witch is 9 weeks of hell
I am trying my best to prepare myself for this amazing career field, I have put together my own workout program, with some Tacfit workouts in it, and others too. By doing tacfit I see the exercises are movement I have done in military training and in learning Jiu Jitsu, I was amazed at how it works with tactical life!
Once I put tacfit into my workout I was hooked and needed it every day, I wanted that movement and tactical ability, I wish that I could of known about tacfit before I went to the PJ orientations, it would of helped. Now sence I have discoverd it, I wish to apply it so I may serve my country to my fullest, and save lives to the best of my ability, so I may be prepared for the 2 years of hell i must go through.
So I ask of you, please grant me this, thank you
Very Respectfuly
Timothy Arroyo

P.S here are links to some youtube videos of PJs, CROs, my PJOC, and APJOC courses.

PJ- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RpKBs4×3cmg
PJ indoc- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0Le0WadCAU&feature=related
PJOC 2009- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MfoJ_4Q_O_0
APJOC 2010- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HZt_jPOYzzM

Dawn B July 16, 2010 at 6:11 am

Hi.

I know I am not doing the judging but Tim Singleton gets my vote. He should get a free copy.

cangi July 16, 2010 at 6:20 am

Hello

Firstly I want to apologize for my bad English. Unlike all this other stories my is different because I’m living in Slovenia (this is Europe, yes), and I don’t have many opportunities to engage such programs as TACFIT. I admit, I did try your TACFIT – commando level – and I did it pretty easy. I’m pleased with TACFIT, don’t’ understand me wrong, but to be honest I expected harder sessions. And I hope I’ll get it, and you have also something harder to show!
I also need to say I work in SLO Army, and if you will give me chance I’m sure I could prepare myself and my guys better – thanks to you!!! And that is, I hope, also your goal – to help!!

Thank you

Cangi

Snuggle In July 16, 2010 at 6:23 am

I have just started trying a move from the TACFIT free introductory email.
So far , so good. While it’s only one exercise, I find myself good and winded
as well as pumped after only 10-12 full repetitions. As mentioned in the email,
recovery time is surprisingly quick in spite of feeling tired upon completing rep’s.
This is a big deal for a 30 year smoker.
This week, I plan to incorporate the next exercise in the email to my routine. While
I may be an old dog, it’s high time for me to learn new tricks! Due to a ten year old
vehicle crash, alot of joints in my body are shot. In addition to exercises I learned in
physical rehabilitation, I’ve also been performing the usual repetitive calisthenics, ie;
push-ups, crunches, pull-ups and lunges. Problem being that by their very nature,
these exercises start to wear on my joints and then I stop doing them for say 3 months
and wind up losing all my gains. Next thing I know, I’m a pot-bellied muffin top again and
instead of having joint pain from exercise, I get joint pain from slinging around a spare tire!
This back and forth has been going on for nearly a decade.
My inspiration is the idea of changing exercises quickly in the course of a routine.
While I am only performing 1 TACFIT exercise for more than the recommended rep’s,
at this time. It is because I’m trying to instill it to my muscle memory. I’m hoping to avoid the strain
to my joints by switching to another move after only a couple to a few rep’s. Good luck to the folks
at TACFIT and thank you for opening a new door toward fitness. Martin Stanton
Warwick, NY

Matt Soza July 16, 2010 at 6:24 am

Scott,

I own a fitness studio in Cleveland, Ohio. I emphasize “studio’ because I don’t want to pattern myself after local gyms. I stress TRX, Kettlebells and other “full body integration” techniques. I’m always looking for new and innovative exercises to keep it fresh for my clients. I devised a “Commando” Boot camp using some of your exercises in it. Needless to say my “crash test dummies” really enjoyed the diversity of your exercises and it really kicked their butts. I’m becoming a TACFIT junkie and I need more. Thanks for introducing me to it.

All the best,

Matt Soza, ACE PT

Walt July 16, 2010 at 6:24 am

I never really thought that body weight programs were very effective. After working out intensely with weights for over a year my body is saying to take a break. I recently saw your TACFIt Program and read most of the stuff you sent. I think I’m at a stage of my life to do something different and this looks like a great change. I’m 59 and want to stay agile and strong. I feel that it’s time for a change. Something that I can do anywhere anytime. The Commando Deluxe Deployment Kit looks like the answer.
Thanks
Walt

Hussam July 16, 2010 at 6:25 am

Dear TACFIT,

i am sick of this homo body building crap at the gym. I don’t want to be big, i want to be lean, mean full of protein, and ready to tear apart punching bags like a machine.

I need be able to workout everyday in my house for a limited time and just see results. I am sick of being on a strict diet and not being able to go below 10% body fat.

Please hook me up TACFIT, i need this free copy more than anyone here.

Steve July 16, 2010 at 6:26 am

As a husband, father and grandfather I need TACFIT! I have gained too much weight over the past several years from working and travel. TACFIT will be something I can take with me when I travel or if working late hopefully make time in a conference room (occupied or empty!). I was once in very good shape…now I am just a shape — and not a good shape! I want to be able to attack again on the ice rink…even against the 20 something year olds. I want to be flexible and feeling great when I pick up my grand kids and play ball without feeling exhausted like I just ran a marathon. I know that this will take work…HARD WORK — just like any boot camp but I am up to this challenge! Why because I need to take charge of my self. To work to fix the mess I have made. To live better.. To be the example my grandkids deserve, the father my children want and the husband my wife wants to live with! If that’s not enough…I also was diagnosed with Prostate Cancer two years ago and plan to beat it by living WELL! This is the beginning!!
Steve

Roberto Valentine July 16, 2010 at 6:26 am

Im going to be a father,for the first time.Im already losing time that i had to workout to the demands of my new born, which im so very proud to do.I have been looking for something to do to keep fit and active. I don’t want to be a dad with a keg i want to be superman in my child’s eyes.Be able to be some one my kid can look up to.Please help

Sue K July 16, 2010 at 6:28 am

Dear Tacfit:
Ever since I quit smoking 4 1/2 years ago, losing fat has been very difficult. I continue exercising using several on line programs and I’ve watched my diet to a fault and …no results. I’m beginning to think the stress of trying to lose the fat is having an adverse affect. My doctor told me to stop worrying about it and just relax….. I took his advice and gained 8 lbs in 1 month (though I will admit, I also relaxed my diet – my fault).

As a heart attack and cancer survivor I not only what to get in better shape, I need to. I don’t want either to happen again. I’ve recently started following information from Dr. David Servan-Schreiber, “Anticancer, A new way of life”. (check it out – very intersting read) It gets us off processed and chemical filled foods and onto natural, and when affordable, organic (though broccoli with chemicals is better than no broccoli at all). I’ve started eating organic when I can, a lot more fruits and vegetables and cut down on corn-fed animal protein. I figured since I’m starting this “new way of life” – why not also start a “new way of exercise” (Dr. Servan-Schreiber is a huge advocate of exercise to help prevent cancer and relieve stress). I would love to start your program as part of my own. This is why Tacfit would be the perfect solution to my fitness needs

Jean Paul July 16, 2010 at 6:29 am

I’m not a military officer or a policeman; I used to train in martial arts but never competed. I’m just a normal person concerned with survival. Surviving life and any difficulty that comes along. But just not surviving, but surviving as swiftly as possible. Being fit then is no vanity, it becomes a necessity and therefore an optimal training plan is crucial. But that is not enough, you need the one thing, the one thing that anyone that trains TACFIT has in common: the mentality. A warrior’s mentality, a never quit mentality to get through the day, to smash and conquer any obstacle that life throws at you. I am a warrior, a warrior is a resourceful person, an individual training to get ready for whatever, with the right mentality we can all become one . My workout ground is my arena, life is my battlefield and TACFIT is the tool that will get me through it when any challenge enters the equation. I’ll be ready, TACFIT will keep me ready, to survive and fight another day.

Frank A July 16, 2010 at 6:34 am

I am 61 years old (will be 62 on 9/11) and am recovering from ulcerative colitis since 1986 (have been symptom and free and no signs of dysplasia for the last two years). I have changed my diet (more raw and vegan but still have an occasional pizza and beer!), changed my mindset (following the Toltec tradition of don Miguel Ruiz and his son don Jose and meditate with Holosync), and have started an exercise/fitness program (employing a cellerciser and the 12-minute FUN-damentals program). I got some programs from Rob Poulos, Joel Marion, Mike Geary, and Craig Ballantyne and looked through them to come up with ideas for a program that will fit me. I have a set of PowerBlock dumbbells and would like to get more into do anywhere body weight exercises since my wife and I travel a bit. I would like to have her join in even if it is not at a high intensity level. Thanks for your consideration.

Marco Giacomello July 16, 2010 at 6:34 am

I feel I should not even be here!

I’m 53 and when it comes to be fit I need to raise my hands to at least touch the bottom.
Seriously, I trained in many martial arts, yoga, Egoscue method, Qi Gong….. the list is very long. I was never able to achieve sufficient results.
I make fun of myself: “My name is Bones. Just Bones”.

Health issues have been ever-present but there is not such a thing as Giving Up. That’s not an option and this is why I found coach Sonnon.
I am at the basic IntuFlow level and I am beginning to see unique results. I can’t do Prasara yet, I am in a recovery uphill but it looks bright.

I got inspired by TACFIT system due to the fact that is an extension and expression of our human potentials.
I am dreaming to reveal the magnificent physical endowment of our human body.
To conquer it, not as an enemy but as lost soul mate.

I will get the program no matter what even if it will take me years to grow strong enough to practice it.
But I know that if I had to leave this planet, this would be the only thing traveling with me because it will be me, my body.

Thanks Coach!

See you at the Top!

Tim Kubit July 16, 2010 at 6:34 am

I’ve been training Israeli martial arts for a number of years. The idea of practicality over fluff won me over to their training philosophy. That concept carries over to their physical conditioning programs, because they need to get battle-ready in a very tight period of time. I immediately saw that the first time I saw TACFIT in action. After working with men like Avi Nardia and David Arama and seeing the secondary and tertiary benefits of this style of conditioning – not just to work cardio/strength or metabolic systems, but to train the body for combat – it pressed all the right buttons! TACFIT Commando taken on its own looks to have what it takes to train warriors both physically and mentally, leaving skills training to be much more efficient and dynamic. This isn’t for games or for vanity! Time to get locked, cocked and ready to rock!!

Jeremy Kriegel July 16, 2010 at 6:34 am

I was going to write something funny. Dramatize how I sit on my ass at a desk all day and bang on a keyboard, parodying the language of intense fitness, and making the case for why I needed TACFIT. Then I started reading some of the comments. Reading some of the posts here changed my mind. There are some really amazing individuals who have the potential to really change their lives and others’. They need this more than I do.

I’ll be fine. I have some back pain, and I’m not in the shape I was, but I know I’ll be ok. I bike to work. I do a little intu-flow. I downloaded the Israeli challenge and have just started using that. I’ll get there.

So, to everyone else, happy training, and don’t lose focus. I know how easy it is to let exercise slip as a priority. It’s my biggest challenge. Not what to do, but having the discipline to keep doing it.

Good luck in choosing your winners.

-jer

Lorraine July 16, 2010 at 6:35 am

I have been training in the gym for 6 years now using conventional bodybuilding workouts. During this time span I have fractured my tibia, torn my rotator cuff, had a pinched nerve. I hear my joints click all the time. Used to do gymnastics, cheerleading and swimming heavily in High School. I know part of these things could be somewhat from previous activities, however the workouts are not making it better. I’m 25 and feel like my body is deteriorating right in front of me especially if I continue on this path of constantly lifting heavy weights, overtraining, no recovery etc. I want to be the best I can possibly be in all aspects of my life. I want to be fit and healthy not just for me, but for my family and friends so I can be a better person for those around me. I don’t want to live in the gym anymore…now I’m not saying I don’t want to put the work in, I want to train smarter, not longer. I always want to challenge myself to the best of my ability and am always giving more than 100%. I know Tacfit Commando is going to get me there while at the same time offering a different and diverse program that I’m really excited to embark on. Let’s do this! Bring it on! Really looking forward to starting this program – can’t wait!!

Yours truly,

Lorraine

Tara July 16, 2010 at 6:35 am

Hi guys. I’m a 39 year old forever single girl who just got engaged 3 weeks ago. We’re planning our wedding for this September, just 2 months away! At 5′2, I’m 25 pounds too heavy. For years I’ve been practicing yoga, gyrotonics, and pilates on a weekly basis, but the scale continues to creep up, not down. Flushes, cleanses, and diets have yet to bring even a pound of improvement. I would love to look and feel amazing for my upcoming wedding, and for the rest of my life.

I look forward to sharing my TacFit success stories with everyone who sees the new and improved me!

Here’s to being strong, healthy, and ready to go,
Tara

Dan July 16, 2010 at 6:35 am

Hi Scott:

A few years ago I got laid off from work, along with 200 other people. But, now I have work in a community church that I love doing and makes life worth living. I have four children – all “growed up” and eight wonderful grandkids. I love them to pieces. Together with my wife of 37 years, I have everything to live for.

Problem is that in October, I’ll be sixty and I already feel like I’m in my late sixties. I’m obese, with a body mass index of 38.8 and I have high blood pressure. With the least little chore I perform around the house, I am often drenched in sweat. Shovelling snow in the winter leaves me winded with heart pounding, well after I’m done. I see innumerable ads on the internet about being “ripped”, but I would be thankful if I could just finish the shovelling without being decimated by the experience

I have a great family and, finally, truly meaningful work. But, I ask myself, how do I insure that I can continue enjoying them for a long time to come? When I saw your TACFIT program, I knew that that was the solution, I especially was heartened by the 84 year old granny who endorses your program.

I need TACFIT Commando and I’m ready to become a recruit, to start my mission and go beyond what I use to believe was possible.

New Recruit
Dan

Jesse Camacho July 16, 2010 at 6:35 am

Here is my entry for the free Fitness giveaway.
As a long time gym rat, I have always had a thing for working out with weights. All this changed last year when I was involved in a collision causing some damage on my shoulder. Which as the Doctors told me that any more heavy lifting would not be a possibility without some serious pain. To make a long story short I tried to lift heavy again and found the serious pain they mentioned. So these days I am doing kettlebells and I love them, but I am also looking at something new to mix into my routines. I have always been a long time Yoga fanatic and I have found the few routines you have posted are really good. I have always been wantting to learn body weight excercises, something I could pass onto my little league player (I am also a baseball coach) they always ask what work out can I do at home. I think learning your system will give me an oppurtunity to suggest something else than just push ups and body weight squats. Thank you for your consideration.

Steve Brown July 16, 2010 at 6:38 am

I started playing rugby at the age of 46, training and playing with my 17y old son. Since then I’ve broken an ankle, numerous ribs, my knuckle and too many sprains to mention, I love this game. During the off season I tey and get fit and bulk up because during the season I am unable to be injury free long enough to lift weights. This year I started doing the stretches that Adam & Ryan recommended and have noticed that I am more flexible and bouncier. Now I’ve started Tacfit, right at the beginning which shocked me cos I coinsider myself quite fit, and wow what a way to go, I’ve even had the ripped kids in the gym asking me what am I doing, that looks interesting, where can I get that from.
So, whatever happens I’m going for it and I aim to start the season with some good cardiovascular fitness but also the flexibility and bounce that will keep me strong and well not injury free but hopefully with fewer injuries.
I also coach an Under 15 team and little do they know but they are starting it as well !!!

Becca July 16, 2010 at 6:43 am

My job is to take care of the safety of people commuting from various corners of the world – oh yeah and offer them world class service on their journey! I’m a flight attendant. I love my job – I’ve visited over 30 countries, met a host of interesting and strange people, eaten practically everything, well the list goes on.

Everything at a price though. The job may be glamorous but Healthy, it is far from (a galaxy far away!). I have such a punishing schedule, with flights that last from 45 mins to 17 hours, I work a lot! 30 hours in South America, fly back direct to the Middle East, rest two days, fly to Europe for a day, then do a return flight to India through the night.

I have been trying to make it to the gym everywhere I go, but sometimes the lure of sight-seeing and local culture (I know, it’s a tough life! ;D) outweighs the 2 hours needed to get to a gym and back. Additionally not all gyms are equal and sticking to a prescribed program gets tricky when you don’t have the right equipment.
Oh and the internal clock settings are something I’ve fought many a losing battles with – it isn’t worth it to drag your @$$ out of bed at what is your midnight because the local gym is open and its 1800hrs there, and suffer through poorly executed exercises.
TACFIT Commando is going to change all of that for me – 0345hrs and a tiny hotel room will be all I need for a challenging workout. Bye Bye Gyms!
With this increased strength I hope I will have less shoulder and back issues with lifting heavy bags and containers for work and be less mortified in joining a martial arts class (a goal I’ve been putting off due to feeling inadequately fit)

Thank you for the opportunity TACFIT team, I look forward to the new release whatever the outcome of this competition!

Gary July 16, 2010 at 6:43 am

TACFIT Team ,
I will not try to B.S you. Will your program work for me? I hope so. You see I am 45 and I travel 20-26 weeks out of the year and work all kinds of odd hours when I am on the road. Most of the hotels I stay at have cardio style (AKA treadmils) workout rooms the problem is if they are not a 24 hour workout room (which most are not) then I do not get to use them. I currently travel with resistance bands and try to make the best use of them I can with them. I did see your ROPE work out and it did give me some new ideas to try. When I am not traveling I work out 5 days a week one of those days is a 50-60 min kettle bell work out. I have tried other programs and end up fustraded instead of working out. As you know hotel rooms are not the best choice for a place to work out. I would truly like to try your program if givin the opportunity it sound like it may by the fit I am looking for.

Zach Crawford July 16, 2010 at 6:44 am

As a former Marine, I believe I felt the best when I was at my healthiest. I got out in 2000 and 10 years and many danishes and computer jobs later, I’ve gained nearly 100 pounds. I’m now learning that in life I deserve the best and that’s why I’m coming to you, Scott, and asking for a free copy of the TACFIT Commando Deluxe Deployment Kit. I was always told that if you want to be the best, you need to learn from and model the best. I can’t always do what I’ve always done and expect different results, I need something that is fast and effective and that won’t bust my joints up or make me loose flexibility like with weight lifting. I want to be strong, flexible and have the energy that I once had. Help this ol’ Devil Dog with some TACFIT obedience training and I’ll let the world see results. I need the total TACFIT package to be the man that I was made to be. I appreciate your consideration for this gift.

SEMPER FI

Elisabeth Dalton July 16, 2010 at 6:44 am

I want this program! I started with the recruit video doing the one I am able to do. I am going to be 66 this month and have been disabled since 8/9/2001 due to a head on car crash. When I signed up for the info I had no idea how truly EPIC this program is. Even my doctor is checking into it!
I have never been so motivated to do anything in my life.
I have been told by 2 doctors that I need total knee replacement on both my knees. Doing the program as much as I can has not caused me any pain and I just want more!
Thank you for putting this out there and the free information I have gotten. I love the e-mails and videos.

James E. Cole July 16, 2010 at 6:45 am

I have noted that I am losing strength, flexibility, and endurance. For me, yesterday started at 0530 and ended at 1945. During that time I lifted the cab of an Isuzu box truck twice and unloaded a truck full of furniture, among other things. I sometimes work alongside my employees, moving catering supplies and equipment into and out of venues, and in most cases I give them a run for their money. I’m in constant pain and my hands don’t work right anymore. I would like to improve my physical condition and quality of life and I believe that this program might help with that. Oh, I forgot to mention; I’ll be 71 years old next month.

Jeff Montgomery July 16, 2010 at 6:47 am

Hello TACFIT Team!

Like many people in the other comments, I’m just a civilian with a desk job looking to get fit as I move into my 50’s – with one twist: this past May I was diagnosed with early stage Parkinson’s Disease. There’s quite a bit of research that shows that concentrated exercise helps with the symptoms of PD, as well as contributing to slowing the progress. It also helps you maintain your independence as long as possible. I find the TACFIT program intriguing for a number of reasons – it’s portable, there’s a lot of focus on joint mobility (important for people with PD), and it develops functional strength. Plus, I don’t have to go to the gym and compete with the muscleheads for free weights and/or machines.

I appreciate your consideration for one of the free programs, and good luck to all!

Jeff M.

Eric B July 16, 2010 at 6:49 am

I have invested a lot of time and money into keeping my body healthy and strong. I try to work out every day when I get home from work. My wife is a personal trainer and goes to the gym when I get home from work. I therefore have all the kids with me as I try to work out. My kids enjoy working out with me but I get a little nervous when they try to move the weights around (they are 2, 4, and 5 years old). I made each of them their own little set of dumbbells that they can use safely but there is still the occasional weight dropped on little toes, tripping over the weights on the floor, or getting knocked in the head with a dumbbell (occasionally I even have extra kids to watch while I am working out and then it gets really crazy).

I would love to have a copy of TACFIT so that I could work out with my kids around and we could all enjoy a safer, more fun environment without the need for heavy weights. I have been experimenting with the exercises you have posted in the videos and know they would be an awesome addition to my family’s physical fitness program. I try to set a good example of health and nutrition for my family and friends, but especially my kids, by employing the best practices I can find, and TACFIT is one of the best I have ever found.

Thanks.

Marycile B Cortez July 16, 2010 at 6:49 am

I am a mom that never lost the weight after having a baby. I’d like to have another, but I must lose at least 50 pounds before then. The doctors don’t want to help me. I’ve tried diet pills and various exercise programs, but they didn’t work. I try very hard to eat healthy and will continue to do so. I need your exercise routine, so I can lose the baby fat and prepare for another baby. Your program seems like it would work for me, since I am unemployed and can’t purchase weight equipment and such. I like how you use bodyweight exercises to get your body in the best shape. Please pick me, thanks.

Robert Gallegos July 16, 2010 at 6:54 am

I have just herd of your program. I don’t get excited for many reasons since I have been let down so many times. I am a 53 yrar old Contractor that let himself go 5′ 9″ 218lbs. when I found out I couldent do the thing I wanted to do physicaly. I also caoch youth sports.
THe only thing that has sparked my intrest is Kettelbells. I have used them for about 2 yrs. now and have reached a flat spot. I lost 18 pounds but can’t get past this point.
I have tryed some of your programs and they have really gotten me of dead center.
I am not in a position to (right now) to joine your comando unit , I do feel in the next 6-8 months I will submit my name to you for your concideration. When I fel I will be able to go throught the course and get through it I will join to become a trainer.
Keep up the good work you are doing for us who have let ourselvs go.
Robert Gallegos.

Ann July 16, 2010 at 6:54 am

Thank you in advance for choosing me. With the only logical decision in giving me one of the 3 giveaway prizes, you can now stop deliberating and get on with kicking a@#.

Does the jedi mind trick still work?

Lisa July 16, 2010 at 6:54 am

Hey!
The reason I need your program is I have Ehlors-Danlos Syndrom. This makes me have a ton of health issues including joint instability, poor recovery, and poor coordination. I am allowed to do body weight training but not lift weights especially heavy weights. I need to strengthen my muscles and joints to increase stability, many with my condition who do not train or train improperly end up in wheel chairs in there 30-40’s since I just turned 30 and I can feel my joints slipping this is a big deal to me. I need a program like yours that teaches my body how to be strong without injuring my joints due to heavy weights. I have purchased other body weight plans in the past but they all use weights for over half the exercises. I really need this to have a good quality of life. I have tried you sample workout and loved it. I have never been able to play sports due to the lack of coordination, and would love to see what I could accomplish with your program.
Thanks for creating this program and making it available to all.

Rob July 16, 2010 at 6:54 am

Good morning, thank you for the opportunity to gain access to a life changing program. I’m a middle school teacher who has always tried to demonstrate the benefits of a healthy lifestyle and the importance of taking care of your body. Discovering Tacfit has changed the way I can teach the students. Many of the kids believe the only way to get an effective training session is through commercial gyms, I have been trying to change this over the last two years and have been using running and general calisthenics. This program will allow me to jump start the program and get the students excited about what body exercises can offer them.

All the best
Rob Main
Oak Middle School
7th and 8th grade Science

Sandro July 16, 2010 at 7:00 am

Hey guys,

All my life I have not exactly been the guy the ladies crave for. Let’s face it. A virgin still with 21. A few years back I decided that I wanted to change that. When successes started to roll in I found myself (not too surprising actually) liking it. The challenge, the sex, you name it. Now there is two goals I have, which TacFit will surely help me succeed

1. I am 28 now and at the age of 30 I’d like to have slept with 100 women (80 to go). I might make it either way, but I am sure a hot body will help pull them in. If a hot bikini body can make us men drool, why wouldn’t it work the other way around? So that would make reaching that goal much easier. Also if you have two “appointments” in short order you have to be fit to enjoy both of them, I can tell you that for free
2. I (like every guy probably) likes to watch a porn movie once in a while. And with those productions being such big business and me thinking, what they can do I could do as well, I also decided to attempt for becoming a porn actor. I am not as well endowed as many others, so I will have to go down another route. Being hot sure helps. Being fit and able to put more “work” in will be another thing. And to work in more outrageous “positions” by having a physique, which encourages flexibility and functional muscle might just be the unique selling point, which might separate me from the pack. People have seen it all and want some fresh input

Oh and I reckon I would have the perfect body for those “storylines” involing sex with soldiers, wouldn’t I? :-D

If nothing else, it’ll make me fit and I’ll have to reach my goals in different ways

Sandro

Bret Callaway July 16, 2010 at 7:03 am

I’ve read through a lot of the stories here and I’d hate to just narrow it down to three! Scott you and crew have your work cut out for you! I’ve been using Scott Sonnon products since 2003 when I was going through two herniated disc in my lower back and was advised to have surgery by the doctors. I started with the old Warror Wellness program and credit that for saving me from back surgery. Since then I’ve used several of Scotts products including
Intu-Flow, Flow Fit, Be Breathed, Foward Pressure and Tacfit Commando and let me say I have never been disappointed. I got into lifting weights at an early age and continued until about five years ago when my knees and
back couldn’t take it any more, by that time I was ready to go full force with what Scott had to offer because I damn
sure wasn’t giving up on staying healthy and wieght training wasn’t helping with my moblity any way and I didn’t want to become 50 year old who couldn’t move. In those five years I havn’t lost a bit of muscle mass, matter of fact I gained some and at 46 I still have a six pack(abs not it the fridge). I’m on my second cycle of TFC and I’ve also done a cycle of ROPE, it has been the most challeging and fun I’ve ever had in a workout, not only do you feel it physically but also your nervous system thanks you for stimulating it! I know this is more of a testimony than an inspiring story but that’s ok, I just hope whoever wins this please us it and don’t waste it because it will change you in more ways than you know.

Bret

Frank Ritter July 16, 2010 at 7:05 am

I am going to be 65 in September and have a ministry to veterans. I have to sometimes go into areas that are dangerous and need to be in tip top shape. I like to hunt, fish, hike and camp. My ministry is very important, because 1/5 of the veterans who are returning are having PTSD problems. It is not impossible that my life may be on the line with one of these guys, even though I have a deep love and respect for them. I am a Vietnam vet and know what they are going through. I need my stamina and muscle to defend myself if the need arises. I am on disability and do not have the extra cash to be able to purchase your system. I sure could use a free one to get myself on track. I just want to say thank you for serving. May God bless you in all you do!

Ali July 16, 2010 at 7:06 am

Hi i’m a 15 year old looking to get in shape without being shackled to the gym with expensive membership fees. TACFIT COMMANDO is just what i’m looking for bodyweight workouts that ia can do at without spending hours at the gym, Which for me is not doable with school and practicing for my mock GCSE’s. The workouts are new and unique and for me to win a free copy would mean the world.

Thanks

Gina July 16, 2010 at 7:07 am

I just found TacFit about a week ago and was really impressed with the idea that I don’t need any fancy equipment, weights or other fitness items in order to get myself fit. I’m waaaaayyyy over my healthy weight (by 70 lbs) and decided I needed to do something about it. Economics doesn’t allow me the luxury of gym fees or purchases of the lastest greastest fitness equipment and I liked what I saw at your site and videos. Although my repititions are currently “1″, it’s one more than I did before. It’s a step and I know it will lead to “2″ and more. Thanks.

Jason Haynes July 16, 2010 at 7:07 am

I am a disaster relief volunteer with a group that has been to several earthquake affected areas. The most prominent of them have been the Sichuan, China earthquake of 2008 (with follow ups in 2009, and more follow ups scheduled for this summer, 2010), and the recent disaster in Haiti this year.

I love training and it’s been a part of my life for many years, but recently I’ve finally gotten into the strength “zone” that I’m satisfied with as well as losing that 60lbs that has kept me from being satisfied with my physique, thanks to John Barban (at Adonis Effect) who recommended Tacfit to the guys on his website.

If he says something is good and that someone knows his stuff…I listen and believe it.

That’s what led me here.

Anyway,

I find that training is a *necessary* part of my life to keep mentally “level” and centered.

As such, Tacfit would fit my disaster relief work perfectly.

Whether working and living out of tents at the disaster area, or handling prep or logistics in the office, free time is not abundant and the days are VERY long during those times of disaster relief and even follow up work. When in the disaster area, gyms are not available (naturally), and in town we’re pulling 12-16 hours at the office during assessment/mobilizations of material and personnel. The time required for Tacfit definitely fits in these kinds of crazy days.

As I mentioned earlier, I **need** training to stay mentally “right” and centered. To have a program that can go wherever I do and works under any and every condition is critical for me to function at my maximum ability.

Also, work in the relief zones can be dangerous…unsafe buildings and other structures (both natural and man-made), aftershocks, landslides, assisting in physical tasks such as moving debris, etc…the goals of Tacfit seem to fit these situations quite well.

Finally, now that I’ve gotten to the level with my physique I’m satisfied with, I’ve found that my mobility is limited (still above average due to some martial arts, but not what it should be). Tacfits exercise selections certainly address that issue and will make me much more “functional” (so to speak) both in the field and during “normal life.”

Use of Tacfit will not be limited to the “gymless” times as we should be ready to move at a moments notice, so when not in or involved in a disaster relief program/mobilization, the Tacfit program will be added to my normal training regemin.

We’re going to another recent disaster site this weekend (weekend of July 17, 2010) to begin assessment for helping victims of a recent earthquake there…we’ll be there a little later than normal (no need to discuss the reasons for it), but the help is definitely still needed (although in a “recovery” capacity rather than a “rescue” capacity).

I hope to be one of the three winners of the Tacfit program in order to incorporate the training ASAP during those days there and everywhere I go.

Thank you for your consideration.

SIncerely,

Jason Haynes

Sergeant Major July 16, 2010 at 7:07 am

As a now 73 year old retired SpecOps Senior I am finding that my adoration of fermented malt beverages is catching up with me. By adopting the TacFit programme I will be reverting to the form of exercise which got me to the level of fitness my former career required. Using equipment can prove to be a deterant to accomplishing the mission since its “inconvience” provides a ready “excuse” to not workout. When your only equipment is the contents of your skin suit you lose that “excuse”. Using TacFit is a way to “git ‘er done” in a simple, intense and timely manner.

Rajat July 16, 2010 at 7:12 am

Dear Tacfit,
I am a medical researcher who just finished his doctorate. I usually work extreme hours during the week and don’t have time to attend any exercise classes. I need an exercise routine which is portable. Something which I can do anywhere. Be it in my lab, or in my cramped apartment in the city. Furthermore in my spare time (when I have any!) I love to play tennis. I need a program which actually makes me functionally fit. I need real world strength. I need a program which will allow me to sprint and hit all out, recover as quickly as possible, and do it all over again as many times as necessary. I think Tacfit commando is the only program I’ve seen which covers all these bases. Unlike the promises of other exercise programs I’ve seen, I need “GO” muscle, not show muscle.

Ostra July 16, 2010 at 7:14 am

I travelled the world and the seven seas,
In search of a truth that came not with ease.
The gyms, classes and even the trainers,
Were filled with boring, lifeless complainers.
I sought a challenge to escape this rutt,
That energized my being and helped lift my butt.
Then one day I found, merely by mistake,
TacFit Commando, my newest keepsake!
I travel the world now, without objects or wealth,
Yet always have TacFit to provide me with health!

Matt Jones July 16, 2010 at 7:17 am

Last summer, during the last week of a boot camp I was teaching, one of my members approached me with a sheet of paper and the biggest smile on her face. When she handed me the paper I noticed it was the results of her blood work and other health measures taken before the boot camp started compared to just a day ago. As a person who has struggled with weight her whole life and had doubted many things that she was able to do, this was literally life changing for her in many ways. Every single factor had gone from High Risk to Average. Every single factor. She broke down and cried as she told me how the class had helped her to add years to her life and prove to herself that she could do much more than she ever thought possible.

Of course, I couldn’t help but tear up myself. I then decided to finish my engineering degree, but then head to graduate school for a business degree so that I can start a fitness industry geared towards making these changes in people’s lives every day. Your program is the fastest, simplest, and most effective manner I have used to reach such an achievement and I can’t thank you enough for it.

Casey July 16, 2010 at 7:18 am

I prefer to keep things simple and I’ll do so with my entry. As a full time student, infantry veteran and kettlebell/mma coach TACFIT resonates with me and delivers on many levels. Field stripped training that in twenty minutes can having you moving like an elite. For anyone who’s time is of the essence (who’s isnt’) a training philosophy this pragmatic cannot be overlooked.

Ken Goodwin July 16, 2010 at 7:20 am

I WAS an athlete, trainer, powerlifter and martial artist. I married my college sweetheart who battled diabetes, kidney failure, dialysis and heart disease. After 9.5yrs, she passed away in 2007. I WAS A MESS! (220lbs of fluff @ 5′8″, on a tall day) I turned to what I knew: diet, powerlifting and the standard fitness approach. It SUPERFICIALLY worked, then after an opperation to fix an irregular heartbeat and a back injury, I WAS 220lbs again. I AM now 37, remarried with a 1yo son, 9yo stepdaughter, 170lbs SUPERFICIALLY “fit”, a personal trainer, working at a psychiatric hospital teaching physical management of violent individuals, involved in multiple crisis/physical managements daily and I AM in pain daily! My body has been through a rigorous cycle of abuse, neglect, abuse. I want to give the best I can offer as a father, husband, teacher, crisis manager and human being. HELP

Dave July 16, 2010 at 7:21 am

I am 67 and in good health (take no meds), reasonably active, still working, but would like to have better endurance, strength, and conditioning. I see this as one of the best ways to accomplish that in the limited budget (little disposable income these days), time, and facilities that I have.

Rene Wild July 16, 2010 at 7:22 am

To me it is very simple. We all should want to be in the best shape and condition cause that means we are taking care of our health. Health has NO price so we should have the best training availible and there is no doubt that navy seals, presidential body guards and the elite engage in the best training around. That makes my desicion to do TACFIT Commando very logical and easy. I want the best to make me the best!

Daxonis July 16, 2010 at 7:22 am

Good Day TACFIT,
I KNOW I deserve 1 of the TACFIT CDDKs because I am NOT looking for a quick fix or a “magic pill” to lose my embarassing belly fat. I am looking for a complete system that will help me kick my own ass into gear! I am a 40 yr. old father of 3, the oldest is 16, the youngest is 3 and I can’t forget the middle who is 14. They are all physically active children, especially the 3 yr. old!! I realize that my children continuosly look to me (and their mother) as the first “templates” on how to live life. I NEED to be a prime example to my children in every aspect of living, especially in the area of physical fitness and nutrition. I believe that the TACFIT CDDK can help me fulfill the highest potential being a role model. I am not trying to write a sob story or start a pity party, but I was raised by a single mother who worked her butt off. My mother didn’t have time to physically play with us, but she did what she could. We always had food on the table, but it wasn’t always the healthiest of foods as her goal was to fill our bellys. I would like to give my children a chance to make the best health & nutritional choices with the best knowledge available. I FIRMLY believe that the TACFIT CDDK can provide me with knowledge to keep myself, my wife, and our 3 children healthy & happy. If I don’t win 1 of the free copies, rest assured I’ll scratch & scrimp & scrap together enough money to purchase the system at a later date.

I WILL DARE!,
Daddy Dax

Thomas M Lyons July 16, 2010 at 7:26 am

I was referred to your site through target focus training TFT, I’ve been doing body weight exercises for about a year and a half. I got into to it because I have four kids and two jobs. No time or money for gym memberships, I bought a home gym over thirteen years ago, the total gym, and used it on and off during that time but after I got married and our family grew the machine kept getting pushed back into further corners of our home until at last it resides as a coat hanger in a closet garage. Your system shows a honest and functional method for anybody to use which takes up no room, no memberships, and is integrated into daily life. ‘GO MUSCLE’ is definately what fits in my daily life, as in the wild, animals don’t lug around gym equipment and workout, yet they are sleek and agile in their daily play and hunt. It is to this end that I endorse your system, it brings out the the innner animal we all have, people like you simply remind us how to go about it.

Coach Frits July 16, 2010 at 7:30 am

I’m a 53 year old Business Coach. My job – guide clients to success. Scott, you know better than most that you can’t push, only lead. Your personal results speak volumes about the effectiveness available through TACFIT. It’s no different for me. My personal results inspire my clients. You also know that we can’t rely on past achievements. We must continually challenge ourselves to dare and reach beyond what we thought was possible. To lead by example so clients choose to “dare for more,” I choose difficult, seemingly impossible, achievements. The current mission – Bull Riding. There are plenty of challenges beyond age. I grew up a beach boy, only really just learned how to ride a horse. Add to that a 250lb body that is a bit large for the sport. Add to that a growing lack of mobility. This challenge leaves no room for average fitness. The TACFIT Challenge brought me a workout program that is awesome. Functional strength, increased mobility, improved active recovery, increased balance and reaction time, and calm thinking in a stressful situation. Great training rides so far, up to 5.3 seconds. All I can say is “Wow” and thanks. May I have more, Sir?

Clif K. July 16, 2010 at 7:35 am

I am a middle aged American patriot. I am not old but have previous injuries that cause me some ailment and I am not in the condition that I once was. I have sworn an oath sometime back to protect my country and the US Constitution and just as then still today I intend to uphold my oath. During these uncertain times I feel I must obtain a peak mental and physical condition, that shall I be called upon or determine to deploy myself to the aid of my country and the Us Constitution I want to be mentally and physically fit for deployment.

1. Most inspirational reason. Mental/physical condition to defend my country, and continue to establish my business.
2. Most exciting story. Our borders are porous and insecure and we are being invaded on all fronts by drug
cartels, foreign spies, and various sleeper terrorist groups. Not to mention the failure of our current administration and the failure of our Federal Government to uphold the oath to protect the borders of our nation, citizenry and The US Constitution. Only to the contrary, they are failing to protect, and have an agenda to destroy liberty and freedom, capitalism, and anything that represents what our forefathers designed and all that our fallen soldiers have died for. Shall I go on…
3. Most shocking or outrageous reason. I am not a radical, but I am a true proud American Patriot, militiaman and I am concentrating and developing a business to help fellow patriots to use their mind and body to protect themselves and loved ones from criminals, terrorist, and possibly tyranny in order to survive the worst case scenario that anyone one of us could find themselves in at any given moment. In order to accomplish these goals I must be in positive and peak mental and physical condition to do so and your program looks to be very appropriate to my goals and the progression of my business I am establishing. One I could promote (affiliate) with, to like minded in the same field craft. In God we trust, God bless America!

Clif K.

Doug July 16, 2010 at 7:36 am

I really have no special circumstances that elevate my situation above all these other responses. I’m a stay-at-home dad that works part-time. My four children (ages 9, 7, 6 and 3) are very active in after-school activities and sports. My wife’s job requires her to be gone from home for somewhat long periods of time at certain times of the year so I’m solely responsible for “kid” and “home” duty for long stretches along with my part-time work. I know the value of your products as I perform Warrior Wellness to start my day, everyday and have incorporated Flowfit and some Prasara Yoga into my life. The Tacfit Commando program would make my training situation idiot proof and allow me to concentrate on my other responsiblities knowing my training protocal is short, effective and provided by the best in the business. Thank you for the opportunity.

Doug

Alex July 16, 2010 at 7:41 am

Long story, not so short. I am recently married, bought a house, and have a kid on the way. I tore my ACL a few years ago and the weight and anti-fitness starting pouring on. I started taking Krav Maga courses twice a week and love the training, but it is not frequent enough to really help the weightloss front. My wife and I are currently on a tight budget and I know she will not let me buy a fitness program. This program appears to tie in beautifully with the self defense techniques of Krav Maga and I love that it can go everywhere with me. I am also starting a workout program for men at the College I work for and would love to incorporate your program and become truly fit and healthy.

Jaro Koszelewski July 16, 2010 at 7:41 am

I have lost 26 kgs in the last 2 and half year . I started doing weight trainings and Tae-Kwon-Do (have reached the blue belt now). Of course everything is supported by diet. But must cope with injuries because I am 39 and long years (between 21 and 36) my body did nothing besides getting bigger. Apart from injuries there is one thing I really miss in my transformation: speed. I am sure that your program can change my life and even after 40 I will have chances in Tae-Kwon-Do competitions. For information 26 Kgs is equal about 3,6 stone. I am from Europe.

Michael Cannon July 16, 2010 at 7:43 am

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

My wife and I took Tim Larkin’s TFT course. It inspired us both. My wife no longer feels like “prey,” and I know she is safe no matter where she is. I looked at TACFIT because Tim Larkin suggested I do so and I have enormous respect for him.

In the last 4 years she has buried her mother, only brother and just recently, her dad. Between working a full time job and being “the” family caretaker she has lost her will to work-out.

All our friends, family and co-workers admired us because we used to get up at 04:00 to work-out 4 times a week before going to our jobs…but not anymore.

I have read everything you’ve allowed me to see about TACFIT. I showed her your 18- page TACFIT Challenge that you allowed us to download and by-God I saw real that old TFT “real” interest in her eyes…and for that I thank you.

I’m convinced that your course will again inspire her to work-out….but whether she does or not, “I’m” going to do it. (197)

Carlton Loving July 16, 2010 at 7:43 am

I have 12 children, 4 daughters and 8 sons, ages 1 through 20. The last 6 were boys, ages 1 through 7. Needless to say we like to find ways to burn off some energy constructively. I have been looking for a way to prepare them for a life of fitness and strength. I need a program that can be done with both boys and girls, young and old in mind, boy 3, twin boys 5, boy 6, boy 7, girl 10, girl 13, girl 16 and my wife and I in our early 40’s. My 1 year old will probably wonder around trying to get involved too. One 20 year old son is out of the house, but the other is in college along with his 18 year old sister and may get involved. We need a program that builds strength and flexiblity and reduces injuries. We need something short to hold the little boys attention, but challenging to keep my girls engaged, so it must be scalable and brief. We need something that can be done at home without special equipment; with 13 people under roof, space is at a premium. We need something simple enough for me to learn and teach them, but at the same time progressive so it does not become boring. We need something portable, so we can take it with us on camping trips. We need something priced as an excellent value since we live in Hawaii on the single income of a math teacher. I did football and wrestling in highschool and football in college and my oldest son and I did kempo for a few years. I am healthy, but not in shape, so I want a foundational program we can all do together for years that allows people to branch out into a wide range of activities from dance to mma. We need something that will give my children the edge if they ever have to defend themselves or their siblings. All little boys want to be soldiers, firefighters and policemen, I want them ready. For a scalable, portable, rigorous, dynamic program at a great value, Tacfit Commando fits the bill. If we win, we will post updates on our progress as a Tacfit family.

Training future warriors.

Sincerely,
carlton

Patrick July 16, 2010 at 7:48 am

Tacfit Team
I have only just come across tacfit commando within the past week or so and after reading about what is included within the program and how highly trained and skilled the team are who have put it together I think this is the perfect solution to all my problems. I play much sport, the main ones being football, basketball and I have just started mixed martial arts. I have also been lifting weights for a year and a half or so. Ill be honest the weight lifting has got me into better physical shape but problems have occured along the way and still ocuring. It has caused strains and sprains of all sorts and due to these injuries I have missed out on many opportunities to take my sport further and be granted success. I also have a slow recovery time by working out this way and due to the crammed schedule with sport and personal life its really hard to fit the workouts in as they take up much time so i may even end up missing a couple of workouts. I know bodyweight workouts are the most effective but I dont have enough knowledge to put one together and everything you find on the internet, i dont know who to trust but i know tacfit commando helps people of all ages and i think it can really help me achieve my goals. I have also really thought about going into the army/marines and maybe even the SIS and a program like this will help me get into the right shape in an efficient time. It will also increase my sporting performance and give me time to do all the workouts.

Thankyou
Patrick

Carlos Jorge Landívar Herrera July 16, 2010 at 7:49 am

Hi, I´m a father of 4 very joung kids, and live in a city where violence is increasing. I want to prepare myself to be in shape, just because I want to protect my family. I feel that lifting weigth makes one slow, so I want to know how to work my body in a better way.

Thanks

Graham July 16, 2010 at 7:50 am

Having recently found your website and received some introductory emails….At Last someone who actually “walks the walk & talks the talk”
I reckon that I can do these exercises when I’m walking my dogs in the morning and it’ll actually make a difference, I start on Monday so’ll let you know.
I’m actually beleive it’ll work, not hope, beleive.
a big THANK YOU

Derrick Brooks July 16, 2010 at 7:50 am

Hi Guys,
I think I should get Tacfit Commando free because I really need it. I have to walk to work uphill both ways in the snow, with no jacket, no socks, holes in my shoes, with ferocious dogs chasing me. My mother is going blind, my wife doesn’t love me any more, my boss thinks I’m an idiot, my kids don’t listen, my feet stink, and I don’t love my Jesus. Who could need it more than me, right? Actually, I am a 3 stripe white belt in BJJ and I want to get better quickly. I’m sure Tacfit would go along way to getting me better. I just got the grappler’s toolbox & it’s great. Thanks for the great products.
PS – That walk to work is 12 miles!

Gregory Brown July 16, 2010 at 7:53 am

Tacfit Team:

The Tacfit Commando program, promises to be the touchstone for all current and future health and fitness programs that your organization offer. I train, and train with, hard style men and women who demand results without compromise, every training secession.
I know that your programs work, because I use some combination of them every day and have done so for fifty years.
I know that your programs work, because everyone who I train to use them is maximally successful in accomplishing their personal fitness and or rehabilitation goals.

I Am, Always Have Been, And Always Will Be; Tacfit.

Who Dares Wins

Regards, Gregory Brown

Yusuke July 16, 2010 at 7:55 am

I’m a 5′5″ tall Japanese who are aiming to dunk a ball on the regulation rim one day. I have been training to improve my vert for more than 5 years. I gained 10″ on my vert so far, and I can hang on the rim, but I need 5″ more to dunk. To do so, I think I had to lose fat by lower than 10%. Right now, it’s 15%. I know 15% body fat is nothing special, but it was hard for me to be that. I have kept eyes on my diet, I have worked out hard, but I don’t know why my body fat won’t go any lower. I really need something like TACFIT to dunk which will change my life. I need TACFIT for sho!

Nate Cameron July 16, 2010 at 8:00 am

Basically,
I already do P90X, Insanity, and One on One. I love those programs and I want to continue to add to my library of BAD-ASS programs.The moves you show are functionally extreme and it’s kinda cool to say your doing a commando workout, and not just a “product” sold by someone.

Burgen July 16, 2010 at 8:08 am

Breakdown~ 39yr female, mother of 2 strong boys. I broke my back when I was 21, needed to find something quick and effective to help maintain my mobility. Running sucks, it’s repetative, arobics classes are useless. As I am getting older the arthritis in my back is getting worse. TACFIT helps me keep the joints moving and free from pain. Its hard, I have rods in my back. But this helps me keep proper form especially for the spinal rock drop. It also keeps me motavated because it’s something new everyday. I can mix and match and incorporate the movements wherever I go. I hope to make it to grunt status and be able to keep up with my 2 boys and still kick their ass going down the hill on a snowboard!

Carol McGregor July 16, 2010 at 8:09 am

I blew out two discs several years ago and recently recovered from a shoulder injury after about a year. I hate the repetition of gyms and do not want to be a bodybuilder. I want strength, to be lean and healthy and pain free. I want full mobility. I have always preferred using my body as my workout partner. I have used Tai Chi and yoga for the past year to keep myself somewhat flexible and moving. But now it is time to get back the full strength and from what I have seen of Tacfit, it is the system that will work for me. It provides a system I can use anywhere, it challenges, it incorporated mobility. The one thing I have noticed just using the few movements so far, is the feeling of “I can do this, it may take me time to get it all back, but I CAN do this.” Also, the fact that I come away without pain is a godsend. Thanks!

Louis July 16, 2010 at 8:11 am

My wife used to rescue children from the sex trade industry in Bombay when she lived there. Her dream now is to open up a boarding school for those girls so they can have a new future.

Girls who are either kidnapped or sold into that industry have a strong social stigma against them for the rest of their lives regardless of when (or if) they get out of it. A school like that would need a fitness program that even the poorest 3rd world conditions (facilities AND mentally) could accommodate. TACFIT would be a perfect fit.

In the meantime, I’ve been looking for a protocol we could do together despite our different fitness levels. Kettlebells have been pretty good though all she can manage are some swings. We’ve been doing Body by Science but hate being sore for several days afterward. We also plan to do a lot more traveling in the future and none of that stuff travels. TACFIT is a perfect solution.

Margo July 16, 2010 at 8:20 am

Dear Tacfit,

I am a 52 year old woman and have had debilitating health problems on and off my entire life and intensely for the last 2-3 years. The main complaint is lack of energy and mental fog. I am working with health-care practicioners and have been given the green light to start exercising as long as I take it gradually.

My husband, Clark, and I used to work out together about 10 years ago. It was a terrific bonding experience for us, but after Clark completed the fitness competition that he was engaged in, we stopped working out and dropped the diet plan as well. Now, looking back at it, we were doing our best when we were working out together. I have done research on work-out plans and find that yours is the most appropriate for me and for us. It can be done on a gradient so that I can recover physically without overdoing it and crashing back to my starting sedentary state; it can be done at home as I am not ready to face the intensity of a gym yet, and because I have not been able to work, do not have employment yet; it can be done on the move which is a must for us because my husband is an insurance adjuster and when he gets called to go out, he will be away from home for months at a time and will need a system that he can do whenever and wherever he is. Also, when I am physicall able to do so, I will travel with him as we never want to be apart.

Tacfit also has protocols for maintianing joint health and flexibility. Clark hurt his knee a few years back and although he doesn’t let this slow him down, I apply what I know about massage to his knee to help keep him going. After all, our joint survival depends on his ability to create an income for us until I get back on my feet.

I intend to use Tacfit on myself to rehabilitate myself to a good and active and usable health and fitness level that translates to a superior quality of life–I’m not just talking about getting around OK. I used to be very physically active in my youth and have been sad ever since I lost my ability to work out hard and be physically fit. I will also learn the entire system and help my husband to get back into shape. Both of us want to regain what we lost when we stopped working out and keep up the lifestyle this time. What Tacfit offers is system that works with our lifestyle. From the success stories that I have read, Tacfit gives real results to real people that not only creates a fit-looking body but one that can go to work too. That’s what we need and want. I have overcome so much to get to this point and am ready to take it to the next level.

If an 80-year-old can do it…I can do it.

Please help me to get back on my feet and productive again with a free TACFIT Commando Deluxe Deployment Kit.

Thank you,
Margo

David July 16, 2010 at 8:25 am

Imagine the clumsiest friend you have…The one who can’t walk up a flight of stairs without tripping over one of them. That’s me. I spend half my energy focusing on not making myself look stupid in front of everybody. You’re telling me that I can “learn sophisticated movement skills”? Prove it. I’ll give you my time if you will give me your book.

Christine July 16, 2010 at 8:28 am

Hi there !
I have been a fitness instructor for the past 20 years. Living on a small island hasn’t stopped me from gathering as much knowledge as I can on anything that has to do with fitness. I have this unquenchable thirst when it comes to fitness and am always eager to try anything new and incorporate it into my group or private workouts.
I’ve tried out the Tacfit Commando moves I’ve managed to come across and am absolutely thrilled. What an adrenalin rush! The only thing left to say, is … I’m hooked !!!

John Johnson July 16, 2010 at 8:31 am

Let me start off by saying that I could never compete with many of the wonderful comments that grace this page. I’m sure that there are many more deserving people than I. The only thing I can do is tell you my story.

At age 30, I was at my heaviest…about 250 lbs on a 5′6″ frame. I was malnourished, jaundiced, and all around looking like crap. After numerous internet searches, at the time, I found something with promise – Don Lemmon’s Know How. I contacted him personally (the kindest soul I ever met) and he showed me how to eat the right way, again. The lbs melted off of me. And he showed me some exercises that would get me well on my way to gaining muscle to keep burning fat. After his passing due to an unfortunate accident, I was devastated. I had never actually met him in person, yet; but he was the strongest presence in my life at that moment, because he showed me the way to a healthier me.

To this day, I continue to follow his rules of eating. However, I felt that I was always missing something in the exercise department. I don’t like using weights. I don’t want to be big. I want to be lean and functional. I want to be able to survive any situation that life throws at me.

Then, I found the TACFit site. I found the Israeli Challenge. At first, I tried the hardest level…and after about 10 minutes (half the workout) I was about dead – I loved it! But, I figured I would take it down a notch to at least complete the circuit and go from there. I’ve only been doing it one day a week, as I like to mix it up my other two body-weight training days. But, I feel so good after this workout, especially if I can complete it. (Sometimes in this heat, I have to take an extra minute break every once in awhile…) I realized that I wanted to learn more. I NEED to learn more. Your workouts have been giving me the inspiration I crave to push myself forward – harder and faster (with proper form, of course); and to once again enjoy a workout and not just look at it as away to maintain my muscle mass.

If I don’t make the cut for the contest, congratulations to those whom did! I wish them the best in their endeavors to TACFit Warrior readiness!

Respectfully,

John W. Johnson

Rob July 16, 2010 at 8:31 am

Boredom, Obesity, and lack of activity rules our world. In trying to help people, including myself, to keep healthy & fit TACFIT would be ideal to teach people that they don’t need a lot machines, gyms, or whatever they think that needed.
Being a fully functional, vibrant and fit human being that’s what it should be all about. And that’s exactly what TACFIT is all about.
There is also a lot, a big lot, of bullshit fitness programs, but TACFIT is for so far as I have seen a real all go, no show program. That’s just what we need.

Paul Gillis July 16, 2010 at 8:31 am

Hi Guys: Thanks for giving away 3 TACFIT Commando Deluxe Deployment Kits. TACFIT Commando IS the perfect solution for my fitness needs. I am former US Army and I have been out of work for the past 2 years. I just can’t seem to find anything to help me get back into shape (like after Basic Training). We are pinching our pennies. I have been looking for something that will kick-my-butt (from a fitness point of view). I have seen the P90X and other programs, but they all use equipment of some sort. TACFIT Commando is the answer for a do-anywhere/anytime program using body weight only. I would be most appreciative if you choose me. Thanks, Paul

Mike L. July 16, 2010 at 8:32 am

When I first got into high school, I remember that I really wanted to play for the high school football team. I was about 5′9″ 140lbs then and I knew I had to start lifting weights to get bigger and stronger if I wanted to make the team. So when I started lifting, I did put on about 10lbs of muscle in about 6 months and I felt so much stronger then ever before. When football tryouts began, I was so confident that I was going to make the team now that I had built up my muscles and gotten stronger from weight training. But what happened to me on that first day we put on our football pads changed the way I looked at weight lifting up until this day! I remember the coaches had us do this drill called “THE PITT”! Two players had to stand inside a circle of cones about 5 yards in diameter with both players in a 3 point stance facing each other about half a yard apart. On the blow of the whistle each player would crash into each other with each one trying to drive the other one out of the circle to win the battle. When it was my turn, I was up against this scrawny little kid who was probably about 5′2″ and barely 100lbs! With my confidence sky high to win this batttle the whistle blew only to be embarrased by this little pipsqueek that drove me out of that circle in no time flat. When we got up and both walked to the back of the line, I asked him how in the world was he so strong even though he was so little. He said that he always worked out with his father doing push-ups, pull-ups, dips, and all other types of bodyweight exercises! From that point on , I stopped lifting weights and started only doing body weight exercises….working out with my new 5′2″ stud buddy! (LOL!!) Now 30 years later I still hold bodyweight training as king for fitness! But I never had a system that I could do that would be effective with my busy schedule. When I started checking out your system on the internet I was so hyped up to get it. Everything you guys explain about it really makes so much sense to me. The functional, overtraining, joint mobility, stretching, even breathing aspects of it really hit home with me. I’m a 45 year old 6′0″ 245lbs out of shape family man with a wife and 5 kids who’s fanatic about getting your TACFIT COMMAND system. With my 1 hour commute to work 5 days a week putting in 10-12 hours on the job, I know that your program would greatly fit into my fitness goal of getting leaner, losing fat, building muscle, have way more energy, and start looking hot for my wife again! And who knows, we may even have another kid…….. um’, no-no, I think I’m going a little bit to far there! But anyways, you guys did a great job offering this fantastic system!!! Thanks and keep up the good work!!

Mahlon July 16, 2010 at 8:35 am

I was in shape once. But then I was diagnosed with cancer and spent about a year in a half in between the hospital and my couch. During this time, my body basically turned to crap. In the five years since I’ve been healthy enough to exercise, I’ve started and stopped working out about 100 different times.
Now,due to school, work, and having a pregnant wife I have limited time to workout. And when I do have any time, I do a basic half-assed workout at home. I’d like to do a workout that is not the norm and that I can do in the backyard or at the park down the street.

George van Wyk July 16, 2010 at 8:50 am

I came across the TACFIT Commando program on the internet a few weeks ago and think it is totally awesome, just the perfect programme for me. I am 58 years old and had my left kidney, spleen and 10% of my pancreas removed in May 2007 due to cancer. It came as quite a shock as I have always followed a healty lifestyle and have a solid background of gymnastics and athletics on provincial level. I was furthermore an active participant in sub-masters athletics, specializing in 100m-400m. I lost 15kg due to the operation and spend 1 year away from work due to chemo and radiotherapy treatment. My cancer is now in remission by the grace of God. I started going to the gym in February this year on a daily basis without much improvement in my general conditioning. When I tried the few TACFIT exercises I found on the internet I was totally taken in by it as I could feel my energy levels and motivation soaring after the 1st two weeks. I cannot think of a better way forward, to enhance my fitness levels. TACFIT seems the perfect solution to reach my goal, and that is to be back on the track in 2011 in celebration of my 2nd chance on life. I am furthermore a Headmaster at a school in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa, with 900 learners, most from a disadvantaged background. I can already visualise the difference TACFIT would make in the lives of these children. With your expertise and advice I can see TACFIT as the ideal programme to implement in our PHED classes and sports programme. Keep up the great work!!

Colleen Charles July 16, 2010 at 8:57 am

I just recently started TACFIT techniques and I am hooked. I want to learn more. I am a single mother of three and recently of a new granddaughter (6 months). I want to be the sexiest grandma around, well, in my home town. My eldest daughter is 21 and a new mother, has developed a healthy lifestyle and in the future will complete a Kinesiology degree, become a personal trainer and one day open her own gym. My son, 19, lifts weights and was given a weight machine as a gift. Maybe he will work with his sister in her gym. My youngest daughter, 8, watches me when I exercise which is good thing because she then will join me when she gets older.

I currently work as a Community Relations Coordinator for the Northern Sport Culture and Recreation District. I work with 19 communities to enhance their sport, culture, recreation, phsyical activity and youth leadership endeavours. TACFIT will help my family, me and certainly I can pass this information and techniques to my communties. Thank you and have a great day!

Colleen

Charlie and Craig July 16, 2010 at 9:16 am

As conjoined twins, we have beaten the odds to survive to adulthood. Our parents could not make the hard decision to separate us at birth: who would live, who would die? We’ve enjoyed an active and reasonably healthy life, but the doctors tell us that it is too much to ask our organs to work for two people and not expect them to eventually break down. Their advice is to be as conscientious about our physical care as possible in order to extend our lives as long as possible. But inevitably, we will be forced to undergo separation and let one live or we both will have to die.
TacFIt is an excellent regime for us because it requires no special equipment (obviously we can’t both be on gym equipment at the same time) and is efficient. This gives us the ability to progressively improve while being efficient with our physical resources. After all, isn’t this program designed for team players? If we aren’t a team, we don’t know what is.

Salvatore Levatino July 16, 2010 at 9:19 am

Tacfit,
My wife and I are OTR truck drivers who work for a small company that deals with high security freight. The exclusive clients of our company is the DOD as well as the DOE and their supporting contractors. Our missions are the direct support of the Modern-day Warfighter.
We have the distinct pleasure of meeting with and interacting with some of nations bravest and brightest men and women, including Navy Seals, Force Recon, Pararescue, and Rangers, as well as regular enlisted personal. Although we do not cast as big a shadow as some in our industry, our level of fitness is very difficult to maintain. We must be ready to roll at any minute to fulfill our missions, often requireing running 24/7 till complete. We need both physical stamina as well mental alertness to safely complete our assigned tasks, and believe Tacfit has the compact, portable system that will allow us to achieve our goals.
Tacfit will enable us to rise to the level of fitness we desire as well as giving us the opportunity to share our success with todays armed forces and encourage them to exceed the physical conditioning they already have so they can be better suited to defend our nations freedom and security.
In short we can become “Tacfit Ambassadors” to our nations warriors.

ROLL STRONG
Salvatore Levatino

Ken Green July 16, 2010 at 9:23 am

I was recently at Boy Scout camp with my youngest son. I awoke early and proceeded to do the Israeli Commando Challenge in a clearing behind my tent. One of the Scouts heard the sound and tramped through the woods to see what all the grunting (probably the weeping and lamenting also) was about. By the end of the week a number of the scouts and even one parent was participating. I have tried a number of workouts, battling ropes, slosh pipes, sand bag and sledge hammer training and even tire flipping but even the Tac Fit free stuff I have found on the site beats them all. I hope to get the commando system because as a former Marine and current father of two boys I understand the value of being fully functionally fit.
Thanks for all of your help in this area. Ken

Justin Gilbert July 16, 2010 at 9:24 am

Coach,
Thank you so very much for the gift of Tacfit and for this great opportunity to find out for myself just what I am made of inside. I have not as of yet purchased the program but for a week now I have been diligently performing the recruit version you have posted and I am working up to the commando version. I am now a firm believer that this program is not a hype or a here today and gone tomorrow fitness fad. I now know that there is no excuse at all for not being in shape. Come on, who cant make 20 minutes to change their lives? I am 29 years old and for the past few years I have really wanted to get away from the weights and the gym so I purchased some other special ops dvd’s and they did work for me for a time. They were just pushups, pullups, and some stomach work. My wife and I would do the hour long workouts together because she is a bad ass too but we always felt like something was missing afterward.. Now, we do the recruit version of Tacfit together everyday. I am an engineering student and she works at home and this is a part of our lives now. Thank you Coach for this program. You could have kept this all to yourself but we are so happy that you have shared the secrets. We now firmly believe that the previous special ops programs were like going to a buffet house and just looking at the food and not eating any of it. Tacfit is the appetizer, entree, and dessert. Thank you again for this wonderful, life changing program.

Holli July 16, 2010 at 9:24 am

As a mother of 3 (including a set of twins), it is important for me to be able to keep up with my family and all of the different directions our life seems to take us. I also have a job sitting behind a computer all day. I wouldn’t consider myself someone who has ever had a great body, but having twins and getting older, I now want one! I want to be able to not only be healthy and keep up with my 3 girls, but also teach them the importance of looking good for yourself, not others. Being comfortable in your own skin is the start to self confidence. If you know you are healthy, then the rest will follow. I would love to be able to show my girls that being healthy doesn’t mean hours in a gym. It’s eating right, and moving the right way as well.

Pat July 16, 2010 at 9:27 am

Scott- I work for one of those letter-agencies outside D.C. Whenever we’re out on mission, we compete to see who can do the toughest PT with whatever we’ve got available. Sometimes, the international dudes we work with like to get into the act too. When that happens, PT goes from being about who can get the best workout to who can best represent the Red, White and Blue in front of a tough bunch of hombres from around the world.
Last mission, my team sergeant and I decided that while our international partners were getting their swoll on in the gym, on treadmills, we would up the ante. The two of us took it outside for a little run. In a blizzard. Together, we knocked out a 5-km loop at sprint speed, with snow hitting us like a sandblaster the whole way. Every time we thought about turning around, what kept us going was refusing to let those operators from other countries see us quit.
Twenty-something minutes later we walked back into the gym, snow melting off us in rivers, to the amazement of our international friends. That was the point where the guy from a certain place in Asia hit the stop button on his treadmill and took off, shaking his head. When we started knocking out timed-sets of burpees, using your tired-and-true equation of bodyweight + range of motion + intensity, that’s when the rest of the crowd decided we were too nuts to be around. As they were packing it in and toweling off, all I could hear was the guy from a southern-ish place in Europe telling his buddies us ‘yanks’ were f-ing nuts. That was Game, Set & Match to the USA!
My team sergeant & I pulled it off that day, but those guys are hankering for a re-match. Help me & my team up our game for next time by sending me that TACFIT Deluxe Deployment Kit!

Jimmy July 16, 2010 at 9:29 am

Heya,
I am from Brooklyn NY and a few years ago moved to South Korea to help take care of my wife’s sick mother. The gyms here are ridiculous (heaviest dumbell is about 50lbs).
Not too long ago my I got a call that my wife was in the hospital, as I rushed to see her one of the gears on my harley snapped, I was close to my mechanic so took the bike there, but didn’t have any cab fare so I borrowed my mechanic’s scooter. At the intersection about 2 blocks away from the hospital, I had the advance green to turn left and was hit square on by a speeding van that ran the red. SQUARE ON. I got thrown into the air and landed on my right arm breaking it in half, but because it was under me I couldn’t see it and I thought that it was ripped right off. A 7 hour surgury, 1 steel plate (used to fuse the average man’s thigh bone) 6 pins and 47 staples later my wife told me that I had to pay compensation to the driver of the van. There were no witnesses and the last thing I remember before the ambulance came was the driver and his wife standing over me (not knowing that I am fluent in Korean) and said “Oh, it just an American, quick, call some of your friends to say the he ran the red”
The police bought his story, and I had to pay what is commonly refferred to as blood money (South Korea has the highest vehicular casualty rate in the world and when someone gets into an accident they often just pay money to get out of any legal problems)
Anyways, to everyone’s surprise I had no other injuries and recovered fully and quickly. My docter said that because I have been athletic all my life (I also have several degrees in various styles of martial arts and own a private security company) it was no surprise that I survived an such an accident where anyone else would have most likely died. As I said the gym’s here suck ass, and the trainer’s are worse than middle school gym teachers.
I tried your commando program with a marine buddy stationed here and completed 4 reps of each drill for twenty rounds with time to spare. My buddy was dying after the 15th round, but ever since then (that was about a week ago) I’ve been thirsting for more MUCH MORE. And in a country where traffic laws are regarded merely as guideline for driving and with the highest pedestrian death toll, I know it sounds a little messed, but TACFIT is just the program I need to maximize my body’s health potential (I also showed my wife the free videos and some stuff I found on Scott Sonnerman on YOUTUBE she tried some of the workout and is also zawed and jacked to go through the whole thing)
Jimmy Steele

Josh Wilkinson July 16, 2010 at 9:34 am

Many small earthquakes have been hitting Southern California for the past few months, the most recent was a 4.7 a couple weeks ago. I have been in SoCal for all my life, and am aware of the danger earthquakes represent. Based on the tension of the San Andreas fault lines, the “big one” is not far off.

I am as prepared as possible in terms of food and water being stored, etc. but I really need to be in top shape for whatever happens. After a large earthquake, rubble needs to be cleared and stuff needs to be moved. I don’t mean to be a doom & gloomer, but we should be prepared for what WILL happen. After a big quake, buildings will have collapsed, roads will be cracked, and people will be trapped. (195)

I live at what will be ground zero (based on where the fault lines are) and I want to be able to take care of my family and the people in the immediate area. I need TacFit because it offers the strength, endurance, stamina, flexibility, etc. that will be needed to keep my family and the people around me safe.

Joseph July 16, 2010 at 9:43 am

I have read some of the posts here and unfortunately I am not a fireman or law enforcement officer. I have never served in the military though I have the upmost respect for those brave men and women who provide me the opportunity to enjoy the freedom this country provides.
I am one of the masses who sit behind a desk for work each day trying to figure out a way to stay in shape while getting very little exercise on a consistent basis. I don’t make it to the gym even though I have a membership and the workouts at I attempt at home require additional equipment that I sometimes buy and use for a while then it just gathers dust in the closet….Bottom line is I am looking for an effective easy and FUN way to get back the body I had 20 years ago although I was a little skinny back then. This time more muscle would be nice.
I realize that I am probably not the first on the list for one of the free TACFIT Commando Deluxe Deployment Kits but I wanted to let you know that what I have seen and tried so far makes this seem like something that I can use to reverse or at least slow the growth of my table muscle (AKA my belly).
Getting my hands on the books and DVD’s so I can see how the exercises are done will be great.
I saw two prices $197 or $137 for the TACFIT Commando Deluxe Deployment Kit in the email. I am interested because of the simplicity, portability and effectiveness that have been incorporated into the body development system that is TACFIT.
Keep up the good work

Stephen July 16, 2010 at 9:47 am

There are many athletes and leaders fighting for this coveted information. I am not an athlete, but did spend 4years with C Co 2-14 10th Mtn, to include support during operations in Samolia (including the famous Blackhawk Down firefight). I was in very good shape. My squad leader always reminded me that the mind quits before the body – which caused me to push myself in the gym once a civilian, to the point I now have (2) partially deteriated discs (I left out the common sense in my training and just pushed until I couldn’t, then when it hurt, I push harder). I have not trained for years, but recently have been trying to determine the best path to victory (meaning being in great shape). I know that body weight conditioning is the right path forward for me (the only path forward). I also have (2) sons I want to show the way to be their best. I tend to over analyize all of my options (resulting in confusion on how to acheive my goals), and now am humbly looking for someone to lead me to be in the best shap of my life. I have faced the Dragon (which the Rangers said of us in our private memorial of those whoe fell during Black Hawk Down, I have face Fatherhood (Ok I love that part) – but now it is time to face and conqur myself – and be my best physically and mentally. Like many here on this site, I work 10 – 12 hours a day, and give the rest to my family – now it is time to give something back to myself. If you will give me the tools, I will put in the work – and make us both true successes! Please give me a shot!

mj July 16, 2010 at 9:54 am

I am in an area that has been devastated by recent floods. Since my job is no longer there since the company no longer exists because of the floods I am volunteering in the neighborhoods in my area that were hit so hard. I realized that in this heat and the combination of hard work-tearing houses down to their bare bones-I need to be in better shape and have to have something that works me hard and keeps me focused. the better fit I am the more work I can do to help the people in my community get back to a sense of norm. I love being able to help others and now realize I need help getting into shape to finish my mission!

Matt Maki July 16, 2010 at 10:00 am

I am a Strength and Conditioning Coach in addition to my “real job” as a Doctor of Chiropractic. I have been training kids in Olympic lifting and basic running based agility drills as well as prescribing rehabilitation exercise for my patients for years; but I feel like I have been missing something on both fronts. My athletes are getting stronger and faster but they just can’t seem to move right. More mobile athletes beat them at sports even if they could never match them in the weight room. My patients recover from their injuries and are happy with their treatments but they seldom listen to my recommendations for exercise and fitness after they are feeling better. They site reasons such as “I don’t have time”, “I can’t afford a gym membership” and “I don’t want to buy the equipment”. Consequently I see them repeatedly for conditions that should be preventable. They need workouts that are scalable and challenging but do not require special equipment or a long time commitment.
Personally, I am “weight room” strong and apparently fit, but it doesn’t seem to transfer into my everyday life and I am continuously nursing one injury or another.
After years of research and experimentation I am amazed by the “eureka” moment I had when I first saw some of the exercises from the TACFIT protocol. I think this may be the answer to questions that I have been asking for my entire career.

Luis Orbegoso July 16, 2010 at 10:00 am

I am from Naples Fl, I must prepare fisically and mentally for my job I work with disable people teaching them to survive with their disabillities, This job is very heavy for any one.
Also I’m a triathlete . I review the tactfit comando and is ideal to stimulate the propioceptors in the muscle. I want a learn well the style to be came a tactfit instructor. live brougth me so many challenges and definitive this is it( the greate solution) Thank you.
Luigy Orbegoso

Dan July 16, 2010 at 10:08 am

Little did I know that one of my biggest fights would come 15 years after leaving the infantry. A few years ago, my wife sustained a serious back injury. Since then, I’ve been doing the right thing: more than one parent’s share of raising our son, keeping a paycheck coming in, doing the housework, caring for my wife because of her injury, etc. PT took a back seat and my body paid for it big time. But I am hard headed and lately I’ve turned this around. I’ve learned that keeping in better shape gives me more energy to keep up my hectic schedule. But I want MORE. The fact that I could get super fit in LESS time means I have more time and energy to take care of my family. I want take it to the next level: TACFIT.

Shannon July 16, 2010 at 10:12 am

I have been a fitness enthusiast my entire life. I have always changed my workouts according to the latest research/programs. After child #2 I started doing functional training and have not changed since. I love it! But now it is time to move to the next level…Tacfit commando!!!!! I am a personal trainer, boot camp instructor, and youth coach. I have 3 kids and a husband with severe DDD. So selfishly, I WANT tacfit because I am ready for the next challenge. Unselfishly, I have the power to positively impact many people with your program (all of them will love it too!). Thank you!!!!!

Robin Luken July 16, 2010 at 10:26 am

I am a Physical Education teacher and Football Coach at Lompoc High School in California. In are fitness classes we have started using equipment like big tires, sand bags, kettlebells, pull sleds, and push sleds. All of these things have improved the fitness level of our students. I still think we can do more with your Cammando Kit. We will increase cordination,flexability, and stamina. With are student population we need to get them off the couch and into activities that will increase the heart rate and work output to burn off calories. Your technique and presentation will challenage our kids to new heights and make them stronger on the outside as will as the inside. These Techniques you have presented in your other presentation are very hard for me to do, so it will be a challenage for both students and coaches to be able to succeed. Thank you

Dan July 16, 2010 at 10:40 am

Wow. There’s a real need out there for this type of material. If I was you guys I’d toss these to the wounded warrior rehab guys. That’s where it would do the most good. This might sound a little pissy, but I live at the beach where every muscle-headed inflated ego “roid monster” nut job comes from from miles around to pose and put on their “gun show” for giggling girls. I’d use this for the nervous system conditioning. This is coordination under duress conditioning. in the little time that I’ve been using your “recruit” level, I’ve been able to start counting my laps as I swim. Before if my body was engaged, my cognitive thinking was disengaged. Now I can do math as I swim. And this after I was recently diagnosed with a learning disability. I don’t want to spend all day on my “lats” like some “metro” looking at his own ass in the mirror. I need the performance, and if the body comes along with it that’s a great off label side effect.

At any rate your material shows real promise. You should consider using it for TBI recovery. (Tramatic Brain Injury). Go on with your Bad-Ass self, and thanks for your consideration.

sandie brown July 16, 2010 at 10:48 am

I’m on a mission. You say TACFIT is for all ages. I want to prove that for myself (I’m 60 next year) and for my clients. Yep! I’m a Personal Trainer! Most of my clients are over 50. We want to show the world of over 50’s that they can get off their butt and do some REAL exercise! Simple as that.

Doug July 16, 2010 at 10:50 am

Dear Tacfit,
I have been involved with martial arts and fitness training for more than 15 years. Self defense techniques that can be used in real life, and discarding the wasted unnatural movements that complicate, confuse and quite honestly just doesn’t work as an effective technique.
My training is to program the movements to become a natural response and physical reaction to any situation. Building muscle is easy! building functional, muscular strength that can withstand the rigorous movements of flips, throws and take downs, while maintaining your endurence on a daily basis was difficult to find until I sampled your tacfit Israeli special forces training. I noticed physical results almost imediately. I am not talking about eye popping six pack abs, or bulging muscular definition after a few workouts, I am talking about NO PAIN and DISCOMFORT after training. And the ability to train daily without discomfort. My flexibility has improved to the point of wanting to add yoga to my training. I rarely use free weights anymore because the workouts are so intense using natural body weight movements that I have increased muscular definition, and when I went back to free weight training for 1 week to break up my cycle, I was lifting around 15%-20% more weight than before with an increased range of motion… and this is just one routine that I mixed in with my warrior training.
Tacfit is exactly what it is promoted as. A Tactical Fitness Training program, designed to take you to tacitacal readiness.!
Thanks Scott

tony July 16, 2010 at 10:52 am

I have been teaching martial arts since I was 19 years old, personal training in gyms and privately for the past 25 years. In the begining my goal was to look good. Now at age 66 I’m looking for “quality of life.” I’m still teaching martial arts and doing personal training. Many of my clients are my age and older, and we are concerned with injuries. (We don’t heal as fast as we use to.) Our main workouts are a scaled down versions of CrossFit. With what I’ve seen of your program, the attention to ‘injury free’ caught my eye. My clients and I love high intensity workouts, and if they can be injury free thats the way we want to go. We, the seniors, hope you can help.

David July 16, 2010 at 10:58 am

I can do stuff in bed that used to be out of the question…and let’s face it…happy wife equals happy life!

Renette July 16, 2010 at 11:06 am

Hello! I am a 41 year old stay at home mom of two busy boys. I love to exercise, eat healthy and look fit. This would enable me save time during my day by working out in my home using the ultimate weight—my body!

Scott July 16, 2010 at 11:11 am

I am now in my 40’s having passed the window of being a real special ops operator, or anything approximating such. I spend my days in government servicve behind a desk. Adly, I have let myself go and rather than running five miles, I complain about my lack of flexibility, diminishing strength, and aching knees. I would welcome this program as it would provide the spark of inspiration to start achieving the muscle memory and development I need. (I have been reading The Talent Code and feel this program embraces that sort of science). I would find a traditional gym class boring, and most personal trainers in my area are simply unemployed barristas or pretty boys–hardly coaches who I can respect and admire as you seem to be. I have become involved in the shooting sports and need the fitness and flexibility to run and gun and not merely be yet another 40-something flabby guy playing boy commando! Consequently, I really could benefit from this program, but cost limitations due to my wife being laid off (she’s a teacher) would make it prohibitive.

Batman (Paul) July 16, 2010 at 11:16 am

Dear TACFIT and Concerned Citizens,

I…am the BAT MAN. And before you dismiss me, I am serious and I have proof of my claims and have a deep desire to add the knowledge of TACFIT to my arsenal of justice. Many of you know my story, but perhaps you only know the myth, not the man himself. Let me tell you the truth of my situation.

It’s true that outside of the costume I am a qualified combat instructor, an expert in fitness and martial arts magazine writer, but by night, I am the fear the lurks inside the souls of law breakers…

I am a dedicated crime fighter, alone, outside the system. There is no support. No one to call in case of an emergency. I must be prepared for all eventualities. I am a survivor – but my survival is based on my body’s ability to do what I command it, feats of strength and dexterity far beyond those of normal men. I have to be ready for any physical eventuality – from low life scum bags, to steroid fuelled monsters, all intent on breaking me into small pieces. I must have the movement, the strength, the elegance, to defeat these monsters, to move unseen and strike like lightening.

For my physical preparation, to be Dublin’s Dark Knight, I MUST utilise a system of training that allows me to accomplish this. It has to combine the fluidity and balance of a world class gymnast to allow me to run across roof tops, dive roll from oncoming cars, dodge bullets and out manoeuvre thugs.

It must be give me great strength, so that I can face opponents such as Bane, man of indomitable brute force.
It must ensure I remain injury free – if I am injured no one watches over Gotham and innocents will suffer. I cannot afford a moments rest.

It must be fast – time spent training is time spent away from patrol, from the city that needs me.

I ask you, is there any system that can provide me that? Can save my body from weakness and injury as I save others?

I am known for being a great detective, and I am thorough researcher and I can assure after the most ehausting of investigations, I have concluded only ONE such system provides all I need – all the strength, speed and agility of a superhero….and that system is TACFIT.

This is not just for me, but for the people of Gotham….

Now, I mentioned proof didn’t I ? – An essential element in any investigation – so here it is, a video of training, prior to a night of patrol in one of my safe houses through the city– in the Bat suit!

Enjoy – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lEC1P0H0vAM

Because TACFIT….is everything a Superhero NEEDS!!!!!!!

Batman, Dark Knight of Dublin

Kay July 16, 2010 at 11:17 am

Scott – I simply what to be fit as I have sport injury on my knee and angel. I am 38 with 2 young kids, wife and a real job. I just want to enjoy my life with my 2 kids as they have so much energy which I don’t have. Simply don’t have time to get to the gym since the kids are taking all my time which i enjoy. I been getting up at 5 am to get some workout done. I been doing the Israeli Special Forces TACFIT Challenge for the last 4 weeks, I am starting to see the results. The fat is melting around my belly, getting more energy, getting fit. Even my wife is trying it now, it will be a grate gift for my family if we win.

Shelby Mann July 16, 2010 at 11:26 am

Dear Tacfit,
My name is Shelby Mann and I am an aspiring police officer going into my senior year of college. I have always wanted to become a police officer and am now beginning the process of taking the civil service examinations in my area in hopes of getting picked to move on to the next level of testing. When I started college I was about 25-30 lbs. overweight and by the end of my sophmore year I had dropped those 25+ plus pounds and physical fitness has become a huge part of my everyday lifestyle. I am always trying new workouts and new programs in order to keep my body guessing and I am intrigued by your Tacfit world. As an aspiring police officer( hopefully SWAT operator one day) its refreshing to see a program designed not only to get you into great shape but do it in such an efficient and task oriented way. As you well know a peak level of physical fitness could be the difference between life or death. I would love to be able to train the way the Special Ops guys do because I would love to be a Special Ops guy and more importantly I want to be able to come home safely every night if I get the opportunity to become a Law Enforcement Officer. Thank you very much for your time.

Best In Health,

Shelby Mann

Christian Tran Van Pagliuca July 16, 2010 at 11:31 am

Hey Scott and Team!

My Name is Christian, I’m a French guy, my origin comes from Vietnam. And i’m just married to my amazing wife on June 21st. I was on vacation visiting my uncle. I helped him in his restaurant and on April 23, 2010 the most beautiful woman came into the restaurant, Time and space disappear like the Matrix. I went back to France and I quit everything. My work was a film maker and photographer. Now I work with my uncle in the restaurant, but is not my place, It’s a long time ago I read the article about Scott and the Rmax team, You are my super hero of training. I started martial art when i was 6 now i’m 35, i lived 9 years in Madrid Spain and studied Qi gong, now I live in Arizona, and I feel better in my life and my body than ever.before. But, I know with Tacfit I can reach the highest level.
On my coffee cup I write a few messages, “This is the first day of the rest of your life, Never give up , love is the answer .Live your dream, just a do it.” “SMiLE.”
Merci

Brian Bush July 16, 2010 at 11:46 am

I recently lost 35lbs. in the last 6 months. My blood pressure was 220/140. No joke. I should be in a casket right now! Good thing I caught it in time or I would have been. Now that I’m on meds to control it and have lost all that weight, I want to remain healthy. The problem is that I feel I hit a plateau in my exercise routine. I mean, how long can I run on a treadmill and still expect the same results? I need a program like TACFIT that will challenge me and give me the results I’m looking for, and more importantly, keep me healthy so that I never have my BP that high again.

johnny July 16, 2010 at 11:48 am

Gents, I have arrived at tacfit as a last option.I dislocated my ankle ten years ago and had pins put in place, this has left me with arthritic pain and the accident is my bigest regret ever.Now being the wrong side of forty and being caught up with the day to day drugery (work,commuting,eating & drinking too much) i am in bad shape! yes i know blah!blah! This doesn’t help my job being a firefighter in London but heh ho!
I have tried all sorts of programmes in the past but with the injury it has left me aching the next day, that’s something that i took as normal.(talk about beating yourself up eh?) my chosen sport was Thaiboxing which i did for many years although honestly speaking martial arts in general i coouldn’t get enough of.So, there lies the problem, nothing else came close.
I ‘took on’ tacfit commando back in april and started the recruit programme, what a wake up call! apart from the obvious of using muscle’s that i never knew i had the cardio aspect was a wee bit taxing to say the least, the motor response was a shock as well ,all these angles and planes, man.Still the best was yet too come.Following the mobility and stretching phases it preped me up big time and then the recovery was instant ie no ankle pain.The challenge of the new exercises was what i needed and fact that i cant make any excuses about not having the time or the facility to work out is what really hits home.
We all have moments when something just ‘clicks’(no not my ankle), a few weeks ago i decided to do a session on the bag at work using Thai boxing and although i was a bit apprehensive i thougth nothing ventured nothing gained and the result was fanbloodytastic, my recovery in between techniques was superb,so this has given me the confidence i need and i am now about to embark in MMA/thaiboxing classes at a local gym.
So there you go guys & gals, no fireworks just an old warrior being given a second chance and being made very happy.Thankyou team.

Dmitry Royter July 16, 2010 at 11:52 am

Hi Guys,

My name is Dmitry and I run a various programs for teenagers. Those vary from a simple exam preparation to a more extensive guidance programs preparing kids for the college or future in general. So the programs include academic, fitness and community work. In all areas I try to learn and pass on the best ideas and approaches available, to inspire and lead teenagers to a future success. I believe you program might be one of the best approaches to fitness in the real world and so would love to participate in it…

Thanks
Dmitry
droyter@gmail.com
IvyPrep

T J July 16, 2010 at 11:55 am

I work for the USPS, repairing mail machines at night. The job involves a lot of sitting around most nights, so we don’t get as much exercise as we should. Sometimes we have to lift heavy parts and crawl around inside or under mail processing machines, and it can be a challenge to get in and out of them. At my age, 56, with early onset arthritis symptoms, I can get stiff and experience pain in my joints after sitting around for a while. I love the injury free promise of the Tac Fit program. This is what I need to stay in shape, reduce my joint pains and still be able to do the hard physical work when I need to. I am due to retire in ten years, and when I do, I want to be able to enjoy life!

john prest July 16, 2010 at 11:59 am

I need this, why ?

I am a (soon to be ) 46 year old former Marine, I know the importance of being in shape. I work out on a regular basis
(old school heavy weights ). I am constantly battling injury and age.
My biggest challenge is at hand, I am the father of three teenage girls and I need to stay battle ready to kick some butt when the boys start calling.
Please I need your help.

Jace July 16, 2010 at 12:17 pm

I sit here and look at my body – years of neglect. Discounting the real value of me!

I inspire others through my work and life – yet I felt incongruent, something was missing.

In January of this year I rediscovered my “Inner Coach”

Gandhi said – “Be the change in yourself that you want to see in the world”

This is it for me – I have been putting myself first. As a result I am changing, I am transforming, and I am being honest with myself.

With this honesty I now realise it is “ME” that has to take responsibility.

I stood up to myself and have now lost over 35 lbs of excess weight and have a body fat percentage of 12. This is my lifetime lowest.

I have been blessed with the best bit of equipment in the world – a fully functional body, no defects, no limits – the “Old ME” created those :)

TACFIT Commando is the missing piece for me – Professional tuition from people who otherwise would have been out of my league. I am looking forward to seeing what I can do with just ME, TACFIT and this awesome Community.

“Bon courage tout le monde”

Craig Irving July 16, 2010 at 12:20 pm

Dear Tacfit,
I am a 45 year old, married, father of two, constructon worker and a religious work out nut(15yrs.). I have recently undergone shoulder surgery ( rotator cuff, bicep tendon). And now not only are they telling me I can no longer continue supporting my family in the construction field, I also have to give up lifting weights as well, a double wammy that is very hard to take. Not only do I have to reinvent myself perfesionally, I also have to give up my passion for lifting. I’ve been desperately looking for some bodyweight program to take the place of weightlifting but haven’t seen anything out there that looks like it will take the place of weightlifting as far as adding mass as well as getting ripped. Then I came across your program and its totally got me rivitted. I can hardly wait til I,m done with my rehab and cleared to start. Still don’t know what I,m gonna do for employment when I,m able but I have a pretty good idea what I,m gonna do for a workout alternative to weightlifting. Thank you for the alternative, and easing my depression, Craig

martin July 16, 2010 at 12:28 pm

I was chubby (fat) student with disgust against exercise, but no more! Friend told me about TACFIT, he said it was easy workout and anybody could perform it. So I gave it a try. Results were amazing. I lost pounds and got in the greatest shape in my life. I am no longer bound with my limits It changed my point of view on all aspects of life. Now I know that everything is possible with the right aproach.
And I learned that machines, bumbells, or nutrition supplements.
Don’t wait and grab your chance for weakness and injury free life ‘cuz we only got one.

Brian Baldwin July 16, 2010 at 12:29 pm

Dear TACFIT
I am 45 years old, 5ft 6in, and weighing 240. I have trained in the martial arts for 10 years in Shaolin Kempo Karate. My motivation for becoming fit was the need for the endurance for each of my tests throughout my training in the martial arts. I achieved the rank of 2nd Dan last year and slowed down on my workouts due to my job status changing at my company. I have become less active and less motivated to workout. I went from a Project Team Leader to the Service Dispatcher for my company. This means I am less active and drive a desk. I am also a shift supervisor for regional dispatch center at my part time job. (More sitting around) I serve as a volunteer Fire Lieutenant in my local fire department. It is starting to catch up to me as I am not on my game like I was a year ago. I am generally an early riser and have been trying to take advantage of the warm and clear weather by going for 1.5 mile walk each day (or most days). I have limited time each day and the time the program requires looks like a good fit. I am concerned that when the good weather season comes to a close in another 2 months, I may fall back into my rut again. I came across your site last week and have received a couple emails that have inspired me ramp things up again. Even ramping up won’t be enough if I don’t have a maintenance plan once I achieve my fitness goal. The video clips I have reviewed have shown simple routines that do not require expensive equipment, but at the same time look like the intensity can be adjusted as needed to achieve both my fitness goal and maintenance plan goal. One of the videos mentioned the concept of having the “readiness condition” as a result of the training and workout. This will be a huge benefit for when I respond to emergency calls.

Regards,

-Brian

Anaxagoras "Chuck" Santiago July 16, 2010 at 12:30 pm

Good day Mr. Sonnon and Mr. Murdoch,

I am and have been a very energetic person all my life. I wasn’t gifted with an athletic shaped body like others in my family. I’m not fat but I know I can do better. That’s OK because I have enough energy for all of them. I’ve been working out with another military based fitness program that uses body weight only as well. It has increased my stamina a bit, but when trying the demos that you provided, I feel like I’m really getting somewhere.
I used to have a great physique, but a few years ago my wife was stricken with a life threatening illness. I had to put full time into taking care of her to the extent of quitting my job. Thank God she is out of the woods and so much better now. In the process I neglected taking care of myself and it has been very hard trying to catch up. I know this program is just what I need to get back on track. After I came home from work, (yes I’m back to work now) I don’t feel the excitement to do exercise. Doing one round of the demo, got me really excited and begging for more.
Right now I know I need this system to get me not just on track, but jump the track into the next lane.
This is fantastic, and I hope to be apart of the Tacfit family YESTERDAY! :)

Regards,

Chuck Santiago

Doug July 16, 2010 at 12:33 pm

When I first recieved and reviewed your video a couple of weeks ago, I thought, this should be interesting. Can a 58 year old that is overweight complete these moves. Well I tried it and it was easier to do them then what I thought. So I have been working with it since and slowly changing what I do to using your program. It brings me back to a time when I kept in shape for my military service. That ended 15 years ago when my wife was found to have leukemia (AML). At the time I was flying helecopters for the National Guard and trying to complete my 20 years for the minimum retirement. From that point in time and for a little more than the next ten years, I took care of her and my family and not my myself. She went through 2 sessions of High dose chemo, ICU and had a bone marrow transplant. During this period of time, she also had a stroke and had to have radiation to the brain and spine. They didn’t give her much of a chance of surviving. We even put her into the Hospice program. But, she didn’t quit, that is one thing I learned from her struggles, she wouldn’t quit. Don’t quit. Oh, she wanted to have God take her home many times because of the pain and discomfort, but she didn’t quit. During this time I also had 3 teenagers I had to get through high school and then college and also keep my business going. 2 of my kids now have master degrees and a third is finishing up her degree. She took time off to have a couple of kids which gave us some grand kids.

The medical bills were piling up and I don’t believe in bankruptcy, the stress also built up. I gained 50 lbs and started to have health problems, thyroid, cholesterol, blood pressure, etc. I was warned to be careful, many caregivers end up with medical problems, but being a man, I didn’t listen. I never fully quit the service all together, I went from the National Guard to the Individual Ready Reserve, were I still am. I keep everything up to date and take on-line training to keep my knowledge current. I had been hoping, that some day I would be able to serve my county one more time. A couple weeks ago marked 40 years that I have been either full time army (1 tour in Viet Nam), National Guard or Ready Reserve, my mandatory retirement date is in 2 years, but this can be extended.
I have tried to consistently workout, but I get bored easy and never saw much in results. I have tried a number of diets and workouts with treadmills, eliptical bikes & weights, but after a period of time I would find an excuse not to workout, what I was doing was not keeping my interest. It was an attitude problem.

Your workout brings back an attitude I had many years ago of having to be in shape so I could accomplish my next mission to the best of my abilities, this attitude kept me in shape for over 20 years. I want to get that attitude back and your material and workouts remind me of those times. I need to get back in shape for a couple of reasons, one is that I can’t quit on my wife or my family, two, it may give me a chance to serve in a Army Reserve unit again. My age, weight and mandatory retirement date are working against, but I need to try.

Whether you help me out with your material or not, It has and will become a larger part of my work out, and as I can afford your material I will purchase it. I want to thank you for what I have already received and look forward to seeing and using more of your material in the future.

By the way, my wife is still with us, she is disabled and has some problems walking, with memory and doing things, but her cancer is in remission. The doctors call her a miracle, most of us agree that it’s answered prayer. We move on with life the best we can and take on the challenges that are presented to us with a ‘don’t quit attitude’. We believe just what Tim McGraw was stating in his single “Live Like You are Dying”. That is all we can do, this is life.

Thanks again.
Doug

Joe Harper July 16, 2010 at 12:38 pm

Scott,

I am turning 66 on July 20, the day this program is being released. I am retiring form work and this would make a great Birthday present, proably the only one I would get. I am not in shape, have a bad knee, about fifteen pounds overweight and slightly high blood pressure. I have tried the recruit level and think I can do this. I am proably too old to be a hardbody, but why not try and show up my shipmates at the next reunion. We go from WW2 to Viet Nam and we all love our country.
Have a good day,

Tom Doty July 16, 2010 at 12:45 pm

Dear Tacfit:

I am 72 years old and have been involved in sports and physical training most of my life. Society has induced many limitations in our psyche as we get older. If you believe what they print about aging then you will certainly reach their forecasts. Our limitations are self imposed. Sure I can’t physically perform TACFIT routines like Scott Sonnet, but I am not restricted in challenging each routine to the best of my ability. The act of mental and physical preparation for each exercise is in itself rewarding. I mentally go through each exercise before I attempt it on the mat. Performing the physical exercise does not always match the mental flow. That’s when I have to break the routine down into small steps. I like the challenge at this point and work until I can accomplish part or all of the routine.
People talk of aging and retirement as an ending process, I take exception and want to ensure my quality of life for as long as I can. TACFIT will be a major key in keeping me mentally and physically prepared.

Achim July 16, 2010 at 12:55 pm

I’m a professional hard core sofware developer, fighting against perfidious bugs all the day. My mission is to provide data of highest quality, to support world leading scientists on their cursade agains cancer, alzheimer and HIV. Software development feels strange to most people, so it’s dangerous: If you’re unmasked, you’re in danger to end up in the psychatry, wearing a strait jacket. But computer geeks are supposed to be in bad shape, so lean functional muscles are the perfect camouflage. Help me to get them! Give me Tacfit Commando!

tom funcik July 16, 2010 at 12:55 pm

I’m a very busy plastic surgeon who used to be in phenomenal shape, but two hip replacements, four neck injuries (hockey, wakeboarding, etc) and a very busy practice and family life keep me from spending as much time on what i need to stay in shape (ie weights, aerobics and yoga). Your system seems to combine the best of these three modalities, and I will be able to do it at home!
Congratulations on a great system!
Dr. Tom Funcik

Mike Basler July 16, 2010 at 12:56 pm

I came across your website a few weeks ago & just started using your free exercise program. I’m a 46 year old male & a father to 3 boys ages 17, 13 & 8. They keep me busy & try to keep up with them by coaching them in baseball & basketball. As I’ve gotten older, it’s starting to get more difficult to keep up with them as they grow bigger & stronger.

With your program, I can incorporate your exercises into our practices to help me & there teammates physically & mentally alert. I really like this program because you don’t have to belong to a gym & you can go it anywhere. I look forward to hearing from you.

Gil July 16, 2010 at 12:57 pm

Hi

This is not a submission as I did one earlier. I wanted to share my regard for all who have entered their stories. An amazing group of people all with a common goal of enhanced fitness and enhanced physical capacity to deal with life’s challenges.

I wish the decision making team all the best trying to sort thought all these submissions in order to make a choice.

Gil

Doug July 16, 2010 at 1:02 pm

Wow! There are some really great stories so far. I’m glad I’m not the one that has to choose only three. I will start by saying that I am an ordinary blue collar worker, 41 yrs old, did spend some time in the millitary, practiced Judo, and has been doing different workout programs on and off for 20 years. I found your program thru Tim Larkin, whom I found thru Dr. Piazza at Front Sight. I sought out Front Sight to improve my skills with firearms and I was amazed at what I didn’t know, the same with Tim and TFT. Your TACFIT program is the perfect fit to round out all the training that I have received. It is true that skill at arms is good, hand to hand is good, but without the ability to move and rebound in the ways TACFIT train you, you can not maximize everything you know. All that and it will give you a chisled body, stregnth, and muscle indurance to boot. This is bar none the best way I have ever tried to get and stay in shape. Now armed with the TACFIT program I can also help my children, 13 and 15, reach their goals in preparing for college as athletes ( trying for scholorships, college is very expensive ), because this will put them at a much higher level than 90% of their peers. In closing I would like to thank all of you involved with TACFIT for giving all of us an opportunity to recieve your wonderful program for free.

Thanks Again
Doug Taylor

Jason Andrews July 16, 2010 at 1:09 pm

Dear Tacfit,
I am 30 years old and have a wife and 2 year old son. I have been overweight my whole life. Here just in the last few years I have lost weight. I used to be 320 lbs and am now 290 but im 6′5″ tall. I have a job where I climb flatbed tractor trailer loads of lumber with 200 lb tarps to cover these loads so they can stay dry going down the road. It is a physically demanding job that I love doing. I really cant afford to quit the job and I cant afford to join a gym or even buy equipment for the house. This Bodyweight workout would be perfect for me, in helping me with my job and keeping me fit for when my son gets older so i can help him with sports and just keep up with him. I am a minister in training and in my church people are always needing help moving things and doing things around the house and I always volunteer and if i could get into better shape this would be so much easier. Lastly I have already told you that I have been overweight my whole life. I have never been able to walk around comfortably with a shirt off, even around my wife and family, and am so closed to being comfortable just need something to help give me that extra push. I am the type person that will either do something to the fullest extent or not at all, i know that sounds stupid but thats the way I was raised ( either do it all the way and right or dont do it at all). So I would greatly appreciate the Kit and I know my wife would thank you to because it drives her crazy that Im not happy with myself. Thanks for the opportunity and GOD BLESS
Jason Andrews

Chris July 16, 2010 at 1:21 pm

Coincidentally enough, I began my weight loss journey with body-weight resistance exercises that I learned on the wrestling mat. I went from 250 lbs to 220 lbs in three months doing them. But I hit a plateau and had to change my routine. I stopped those exercises (except push-ups and pull-ups) because I needed more resistance and have since used free-weights for that.
As a 215lb high-school wrestler, I know how you need to be explosive to move your own body through space, let alone someone else as well, but I had no idea how to use my bodyweight to get enough resistance. Seeing how you guys fly through the motions in the videos reminds me of the lower weight class guys that I could never keep up with, but now that I am in better shape now than in high school, I would love to move like that while getting shredded.
I have been working for 4 years to get a six pack, but have never been able to reach my goal of 10% body fat or less. The best I’ve done is 13%. I WANT MY LOVE HANDLES GONE AND FINALLY SEE THE 6-PACK I KNOW I HAVE!!

Philip July 16, 2010 at 1:30 pm

I just graduated from high school and I’m working to be strong enough for college athletics. Last year I broke my elbow which put me out of training for over a year during which time I lost 10 pounds of muscle and put on 15 pounds of fat which set me back in my training. Using traditional weight lifting and cardio I was able to loose 10 pounds but my new college coach doesn’t like weights and only lets his athletes use body weight exercises. Your program would do so much more for me than just simple pushups, dips, and chinups. I’m 5′ 9″ and I play basketball, playing at a college level will be challenging enough with my height being such a disadvantage I need all the help I can get. Not only would you’re program help to gain strength but the short amount of time it takes would be wonderful for my busy college schedule, the active recovery helps me not to be too sore for basketball practice, and with tuition prices there is no other way for me to get this program.

Paul July 16, 2010 at 1:40 pm

TACFIT Commando intrigues me. What little I’ve seen suggests it is similar to my style of exercise…possibly or maybe probably beyond what I’ve been doing. I constantly create and adapt exercises for myself and for elderly people, injured and ill people, and people who are recuperating from surgeries and illnesses. This includes people of all ages. I deeply appreciate what genuinely helps me and what genuinely helps these people I care about. This is my commitment. Maybe not exciting, but fully inspiring to me and to them. Thank you for considering my comments.

Eva July 16, 2010 at 1:42 pm

here are lots of great comments.

I am a petite woman (5′2″) in my 40’s. That puts me at a significant disadvantage physically should I find myself in a bad situation. I do my best to avoid bad situations, but sometimes unwanted stuff happens. I already use interval training for cardio exercise and the strength and flexibility results of TACFIT Commando training would be a very good addition/complement to that. I followed your link to Tim Larkin’s site and signed up for his newsletter because that is the kind of information I could really use, too.

When I’m not at my M-F, 9-5 job, I spend a lot of that time working on my own business. My goal is to be able to get rid of the 9-5 job so I don’t have to be leashed to a desk most of the time. That is why I like interval training. It gets a lot done in little time. The similar aspect of TACFIT appeals to me as well.

Best of success to everyone!

Richard Ferber July 16, 2010 at 1:42 pm

I’m 67, I’m crawling back from ridiculously bad back pathology, and I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease a couple of years ago. Sounds like I made it all up, right? I wish. I was an ER doc until I retired about 5 years ago. Until then I was in mighty fine condition, having practiced various martial arts for 40 years — muay thai to kali-escrima, via Brazilian jiujitsu. Then the back fell apart, my right side started shaking like a leaf, and now I’m teetering on the edge of being a geezer. I’m slowly getting the back back together with this and that physical therapy (and a little Intu-Flow). Meanwhile I’ve fallen completely out of shape. No work-outs for a few years will do that. But….I do not want to deal with advancing Parkinson’s still out of condition. Staying (or getting) fit and agile is my best insurance against disability — maybe only a delaying tactic, but essential. TacFit looks perfect: compact, portable, malleable, progressive, interesting — and I can start as the rawest of raw recruits.

Jemima Henderson July 16, 2010 at 1:43 pm

I’m 26 years old, 5′2” and have gone from 210lb to 170lb in the last 3 years. I’ve had personal trainers help me with my weight loss and conditioning along the way. I’ve reached the point where personal training just isn’t enough for me anymore – I need something to push me harder and give me strength and power that I can use in the real world, not just in the gym. For the last 2 weeks I’ve been taking a daily class with a CST trainer who uses TACFIT. In this short time I’ve already become mentally and physically stronger…I need the new TACFIT Commando program to complete my journey and be the person I want to be!

Shane July 16, 2010 at 1:44 pm

Call me crazy, but I just want to give my wife a body to be proud of and for her friends to be envious of her having a husband with a TACFIT physique. I am a career Firefighter and Lieutenant with a large metropolitan fire department and have gotten out of shape. I need to give my men an example to live up to. They call me the Fat Bastard. IT IS TIME!

Pete B July 16, 2010 at 1:47 pm

I had a stroke at the age of 30, which required heart surgery to repair a hole in my heart, and hopefully reduce the chance of another stroke which, according to the medical professionals, could cause more disability than the first one did. I got left with part of my left arm not able to operate correctly, therefore I was not able to work out using ‘normal’ avenues like weight lifting. I started to gain weight and lose any fitness I had due to depression and not having any desire to keep in shape. This year after a several year battle of weight and other health issues, I decided to start a new health program. So far I have been able to lose approximately 20 pounds, and hit a plateau. I would like to lose another 25 pounds to bring me back to my optimal weight. I just recently found the TACFIT program, and started doing the four basic exercises that were available via download, and have been feeling great. I think I would benefit greatly by doing the whole program and helping to turn my life back around. Thank you for this wonderful program and keep up the excellent work.

Stewie Long July 16, 2010 at 1:51 pm

At the age of 52 you learn quickly your choices of strength and endurance methods of effective training are growing thin. There is only one true method proven by time and design of the human body. A method that utilizes the body itself and challenges the very design of the body that stimulates a positive response from it. The challenge would seemingly be ordained of God the designer of the human body. Above any other method that could awake the body, cause the body to race into youthful proportions, an advance challenge the body could recognize and answer to, would be the ultimate fitness program of the ages. Handling one’s own body weight in ways out of the ordinary but in absolute possible ways, stimulates and causes the body’s chemicals, including hormones, and all other functions aiding in the body’s ability to meet the challenge, to spring forth like no other formula known to man. I am a true believer and am excited to make this program a part of the next half of my life. I will never be the same. Our bodies are designed for a challenge not boring routines. TACFIT is in my opinion the Designer’s way to do it. Go for it!! Stewie Long

Ludovit Kanta July 16, 2010 at 1:52 pm

Hi Mr.Sonnon and Mr.Murdoch
I am a classical music professional.I am a cellist.I am excellent at it,and constantly on the move,hotel rooms are my second home.
I am also a member of Kenseikan Karate,an full contact karate group in my home town Kanazawa in Japan.It is my fifth year with the dojo,I am 3rd Kyu now.
The two worlds,classical music and karate,seem to contradict each other,but nothing can be further from the truth.It complement each other perfectly.I am 53 years old and I never been in better shape!
But I found it challenging to keep myself in top shape in hotel rooms.It always take a few weeks after a tour to be again fully functional on the matts.I always find some hill to sprint up a few times in a row,complementing it with bodyweight exercises we usually do in dojo.But after I tried the TACFIT 20 min.challenge just for a few days,I knew,THIS IS IT!!I tried only beginners level,but I felt all my body is already changing rapidly!I am going to buy it anyway,as soon as it is available!
Who dares win! became my motto too!

My best regards

Ludo

George July 16, 2010 at 1:53 pm

Hi everyone,
I work a lot and doing so I help to pay all those nice public services we have;-)
I my youth “a healthy mind in a healthy body” was not really applicable to me, lots of my free time went mainly to sitting in front of the television.
Luckily I changed and I already improved my physique a lot.
But my work leaves me little time and brings me also a lot abroad limiting my workouts. Sometimes I can bring weights with me, but most of the times I can’t and swinging hotel merchandise doesn’t give me the same results.
A big week ago a lady threw the door of her car open in front of me and my bike. No big harm done, but chest exercises a not smart the next weeks, but maybe you disagree there? But because of that I have more time to look into the tacfit program and to write all this.
Maybe one day I will also workout in the snow instead of running to the hotel.

The best to you all

Julie M July 16, 2010 at 2:01 pm

Hey guys, I think I need help. I’m 46yo, under 5″2 and have been trying to get some strength and tone for the last 10 years or so, but every time, without fail, I hit a point where progress stops and I actually start going backwards. I have so many manuals now that there are almost as many of them as there are novels on my bookcase. I have things like Callanetics, Pilates, Matt Furey and Vince Craine, but my jiggly bits are still jiggly, I have the energy to workout but I don’t seem to get any results. At least I could give you a superb testimonial.

Ben July 16, 2010 at 2:07 pm

After having our two kids my wife did get back on traning and lost everything she wanted to but for my part i was very lasy . I decide to get back to the gym but motivation wasnt there but when i discover your traning it was like a new beginning a new goal was set . Even if i find it a little bit difficult i can see the progress evreytime i do. I keep on training and hope for the best .

Steve July 16, 2010 at 2:14 pm

Hey I’m 25 years old and have been working out for over 6 years now and training MMA for almost 4 years. I currently work Monday through Saturday 8AM to 6PM as a mechanic. So as you can see there is not much time for working out, yet have the energy to do so, but I still find the time with many sacrifices. I wake up every morning and head to the gym for 5AM, I work out just pass 6AM then I head to work. After work I train MMA from 7PM to 9PM then I’m off to bed (EXCITING). When I am training MMA I find myself sore and slow, I can’t seam to find a way to incorporate both aspects of training without affecting the other in a negative way. So on my only day off (Sunday) I like to go for morning runs to boost my cardio, but that doesn’t last very long due to the server shin splints I get when I run. I have tried everything to prevent them, I have tried specific shin straightening exercises and I even run with compression knee high socks, yet nothing works. So my friend introduced me to your program to boost my strength and conditioning, and let me tell you…AMAZING!!! I consider myself to be in excellent shape minus a bit of conditioning, your recruit program kicked my butt!!! WOW and in less then 30 minutes. So after doing your program for a few weeks, now when I train MMA I no longer find myself sore and I’m quicker then ever, even my coaches have noticed a HUGE improvement in my speed and take downs (THANKS). I have never felt a workout like this before… LOVE IT!!! And now I have a little more time to myself instead of spending those hours in the gym each day. I would love to get my hands on my own copy of this amazing program.
Thanks for this opportunity
Steve

Meir July 16, 2010 at 2:21 pm

I am a skeptic. I don’t think that your techniques will work downunder where we do things upside down.
Convince me otherwise.

Meir

Melbourne, Australia.

Jo Sigurd Aurvoll July 16, 2010 at 2:32 pm

Thanks, Scott and the rest of the tacfit-clan, for this opportunity. Being an ex-military, with years of experience from theatres in three continents, turning into a mostly sedentary clerk came as a shock. Mind you, finding room to work out when you live in a FOB in Kandahar is not easy either – that’s a place where donning your sneakers and track-suit is REALLY out of the question – but motivation was really strong. Now, back home, my body started getting all kinds of aches. While staying in my home town I hit the gym frequently, but I do travel a lot. Staying in hotels and changing town every day can wear you out. You work late, eat out, are constantly on the road and it’s hard to find time for working out. That’s where compound bodyweight excercises really make a difference. I love what I’ve seen from you so far – ingenious, taxing and rewarding programmes. A good work out has to be challenging.. I wouldn’t settle for less. Take care, and carry on, Jo.

Fernando Cabello July 16, 2010 at 2:32 pm

Well my reasons may not be as noble as others.I am a father of four beautiful children.My oldest is 14 and my youngest just turned 1 July 1st .I am about to turn 40 Aug 6.I am 5′6″ and weigh 250 lbs at around 34% bodyfat.I really need to lose weight and get in shape not only for me but for my wife and children.I am the only source of income for my family.So getting a gym membership is out of the question.Ive recently been given some basic equipment to train with.I came across your program and found it interesting.Especially the fact that its all pretty much body weight exercises.Which is definitely in my budget.LOL.I want no I need to be around for my family for along time.They need and depend on me.I dont want to ever let them down.Not only that but my14 year old daughter and 12 year old son are following in my footsteps in regardss to being “heavyset”.I want to show them and hopefully inspire them to get in shape.

Richard July 16, 2010 at 2:35 pm

At 50, I can really appreciate the long-term benefits of keeping fit. I like to keep on top of the newest developments in fitness, and this fits right in with my lifestyle. 30 years ago I used to work out up to three hours at a time, six days a week, and eat like a horse just to get my body weight up to 175. Over the decades I’ve seen the trend move toward shorter, less frequent workouts. Now I only lift a half an hour at a time three days a week, supplementing with kettlebells on my off days, and consuming fewer callories. Following other fitness and self-defense gurus like Tim Larken and Pavel Tsatsouline, I’m ten pounds heavier than I ever was, but with even less body fat than I had when I was in my twenties. The Tacfit plan seems to fit right in with what I’ve come to realize is the latest advancement in fitness science yet.

Eric K July 16, 2010 at 2:45 pm

I’m not involved with the military, public safety, or security but I’m very grateful for the service of those that are. I’m another 44 year old average Joe with aching joints, who needs to get back into shape and TACFIT looks to be the ideal system for me. The thought of being able to regain and improve movement skilIs, increase stamina, gain usable strength, burn fat, and expand my vocabulary (by looking up those big words Scott uses) is very exciting. Unfortunately I don’t have a particularly compelling story and I didn’t even sleep at a Holiday Inn last night. I just want to take care of my family, be able to physically out perform my teen age son (who is using P90X btw), chisel a rock hard body, and maintain mission readiness — anytime, anywhere,with absolutely no equipment. Is that too much to ask ? Keep up the fantastic work!

Marco July 16, 2010 at 2:46 pm

I’m a 23 year old kid who at the age of 19 decided to build my own business. Although I had no support from friends or family I refuse to give up. I’m still having challenges and it seems that I’ve lost friends, gotten out of shape and feel completely defeated in the process. My ambition level seems to have stolen my youth and I’m pist and even more determined to get things together. I wake up feeling miserable and I need a kick in the ass. People think I have a positive attitude but thats only to dilute the crap I need to get over. I will use your program to prove to myself that I can accomplish great things and in doing so teach others to do the same. I’ve focused so much on other people that I’ve forgotten to have fun and enjoy myself. I hope that your program is available for a while because I’m tight on money at the moment. I feel that my intentions now are completely selfish however I cant help others if I cant help myself. Lets do this!!!

John Corner July 16, 2010 at 2:51 pm

My name is John Corner and I am 45 yrs old.I was very active when I was younger and in the martial arts since 1977.I was injured pretty bad in 1990 and couldn’t train like I used to.To make matters worse ,my job as an investigator takes me on the road traveling in my car 4 days per week and living in a hotel. I have found that nothing makes you old,fast like living on the road.All the muscles get soft,posture gets very bad and suddenly you can’t see your belt buckle.With Tacfit the only thing that can stand in my way is me.I was amazed at the cardio workout and find myself actually stronger and my attitude has improved ,I guess because of the increased blood flow to the old brain housing.Thanks,
John Corner

John S July 16, 2010 at 2:52 pm

My story is kind of an embarrassing one. I’ve let myself go through the years with working too many hours and not being able to find the time for the gym. My eating habits went through the window as well. So, 40lbs heavier and less limber when I met my fiancee 4 years ago, this “problem” is affecting my bedroom performance. My future wife went in the opposite direction as I and is getting more physically fit and wants me to perform better in the bedroom. After the same routine in the bedroom over the last 4 years, she is wanting to try new things. Only problem is that I’m unable to meet her needs in terms of flexibility and I want to be able to satisfy her in the ways she desires. So, I came across your program and decided that I’m going to get tacfit not only for me, but for her as well.

Robert R Hamilton July 16, 2010 at 2:57 pm

When I heard of a new fitness plan from TFT’s Tim Larkin
I knew he wasn’t just barkin’
for that’s one dog that knows to use its teeth
in anticipation to see this workout system out of the sheath
let’s take a tour of what’s underneath:

HERE’S YOUR READING ORDERS!
If you really want to know how the following should go
chant it aloud in a marching rhythm,
imagine a troop of M.P.’s in cadence on an mp3,
to learn how fitness has been taken to a higher degree:

Yo, Yo Yo! So you want to train like G.I. Joe?
then here’s your window into TacFit Commando:

It’s an updated free flow non-linear martial yoga on the go
that will give you animal power all in about 1/3 of an hour
So give your mind body a course in speed learning,
gains the approval of the most discerning,
won’t leave anyone yearning
for missions that cause neuro-muscular burning
but it won’t leave you so sore
that you move no better than a wooden door,
your workouts will be anything but a bore
All your cylinders will be firing
‘cause you’re building new neural wiring
you’ll find it really inspiring,
it’ll help you get through Life’s thick and thin,
so give yourself a chance and Dare to Win!

So Heave Ho! don’t you know
you won’t just stand there a swaying
no that’s not at all what I’m saying
you’ll get injections from all the directions:
adding so much yaw that you’ll be in awe
even though it’s a word you probably never heard,
add surging and a pitching
and you got a workout that’s more than . . .
[You said it, I didn’t]
Add in the drum roll please. . .
it not only takes away pain
either acute or chronic
but forges a body that’s more than supersonic,
better than bionic, more than iconic,
become a crime fighting superhero
firing so hot you won’t even slow down at absolute zero!

So heave ho, add in some yaw, sway, and roll,
surge in with a pitch and you’ve got something
that will fire your ignition switch,
make you’re muscles grow
muscle good to go,
not only suited up for show
Try to be without it and
you’ll have a hard row to hoe.
Ask any Commando, ‘cause they know,
So heave ho, add in some yaw, sway, and roll,
and you’ll be sure to hit your goal
and be able to join an elite patrol
that’s passed every quality control
keep moving and improving mind, body, soul

Who is the mastermind behind this mission
called in to get the military in prime condition?
Who could think of 6 degrees of freedom
from every imaginable position?
Who could think of a plan to make muscle
good to go from head to toe?
Does he have sushi with Miyamoto Musashi?
‘cause he must have an elite Warrior degree you see
Or is he some spawn of Genghis Khan,
I say so, so let’s bring him on
Is he some secret agent who discovered the fitness reagent?
Or some masked man, with ties to a Ninja clan?
Maybe a Navy Seal, or a black beret, no, check the dossier,
Einstein reborn as a Russian Samurai?
Maybe Bond, James Bond – no, he’s the wrong fish
throw him back in the pond.
And reel in Sonnon. Coach Sonnon
And dare to win!

Now go take that body of yours out for a spin!

by Robert Royce Hamilton
July 16, 2010

Curt B July 16, 2010 at 2:58 pm

Hi. I came across the TacFit site accidentally while looking up some fitness information. I’ve been lifting weights since I was 13 to improve my strength for hockey. I transitioned to bodybuilding and competed, but left the sport due to the drug use in it. Being an A type personailty, a hard charger, I served as a Volunteer Firefighter for 5 years. During that time, I competed in the toughest 2 minutes in sports, the Fireman’s Combat Challenge when I was 40. I beat all of my departments participants, some who were literally half my age. I’m currently 50, still lifting but would like a fitness program that doesn’t destroy my joints while adding strength. TACFIT looks awesome. I will be purchasing the program if I don’t win, and plan to become a certified TACFIT Field Instructor as I notice that there is currently only one in Canada, in the west. I’m near Toronto and want to train others once I have mastered the TACFIT program, especially some of my firefighter friends. Great program Scott. Finally someone with an intelligent program and the practical physical skills to back it up. Cheers, Curt

Anderson, gj July 16, 2010 at 3:05 pm

Tacfit fits. It is straightforward, and hardcore. I travel a lot so I am not able to go to a gym. Tacfit solves that problem. I need to be ready for anything and Tacfit can surely help me in that area.

Thanks

Raúl July 16, 2010 at 3:07 pm

Hi Tacfit,

I’m the kind of guy that has been in sports all my life and have been practicing all kind of sports (track and field, soccer, american football, basket ball, mountain bike, swiming) and also martial arts (kick boxing, karate and ju jitsu) and let me tell you that non of these activities has making me sweat like this past mission that Scott invite us to perform in order to help us out to improve or phisical shape. So since I have practice ju jitsu and that was my last activity, I have been learning that we where meant to move free, as you guys have said we should move in all 6 directions; that’s why I love this training and I would like to learn more of it.

So because of my nature I’m ready to be the “First in – Last Standing”.

Christopher C Trezek July 16, 2010 at 3:09 pm

In January of 2008 I got hurt on the job and tore apart my right shoulder pretty bad. After my first operation I was told that I would never go back to my old line of work again and that if I was older( I was 35 at the time) they would have replaced my shoulder entirely. I used to compete in powerlifting and was told to forget that too. I was laid off a year ago and had additional surgeries and my shoulder feels like crap on a daily basis. I have been looking at your site and your manuals and am ready to see what I can get myself back too and this would be perfect because money is tight and going to a gym is out. thanks for the opportunity and whoever wins I hope they get the most out of the program.

Lee E. Burchfield July 16, 2010 at 4:22 pm

Hello TACFIT Team, Yes i’d like to win but more than that want to thank you for including me in your roster to recieve your tips by e-mail. I do a workout every morning accept Sunday. I purchased it over a year ago from Captain Chris. I believe it to have improved my phisical well being quit a bit. I am 79 years young and don’t do public work anymore but I am quit busy all the time. Why am I seeking more help to improve? My wife will be 78 next month and is experienceing some problems I would like to help her with. We are raw vegitarians and have been since the year 2000. We eat raw fruits and veggies with one cooked dish a day along with a number of supplements. I would recommend it to you and if you are interested go to hacres.com Please use BWZ as your Health Minister, that’s me. Thank you and GOD Bless, Lee E. Burchfield.

Juan Hernandez July 16, 2010 at 3:39 pm

No sad story here. No former athlete who’s lost his way. Just your average Joe working in a non-descript cubicle farm.
I’m 42, 5′9″, and according to my scale 185 lbs and 23% body fat
What I can say is that if your system can work for me and help me get to the fitness level of a tactical operative then I pledge to follow it religiously to get to that point. I can be one of your case studies, and in time, one of your success stories.

Kurt Westlake July 16, 2010 at 3:41 pm

I have read some but not all of the comments submitted to win this free program you have to offer and I must admit that I do not have an inspirational story to tell. What I do have, no sorry, “had” was a broken calcaneus, I have spent the last 3 months unable to bear any weight on my right foot and am now just getting back into the easy task of walking again, something we all take for granted. Of cause now I have had a of taste of karma, I am looking for something that will not only help me to get back to a reasonable state of fitness but also something that will prepare me for the future. Even if I do not get considered for the freebie I will most likly buy your new version of “tactfit” having already tasted some of the work you have done via ” The Bodyweight Coach” with Adam Steer. The work you have given is indeed special, concratulaions.

Craig B. Culver July 16, 2010 at 3:42 pm

After fifteen years of martial arts, I need something that will build up my knees, rather than wear them down.
After twenty years of weight training, I need something that will promote flexibility, not make me stiff as a plank.
After twenty-five years of cycling and running, I need something that will promote good cardio health, not bore me to death.
After a short time as a Recruit, I am convinced that TACFIC meets these conditions.

-Craig

Joe Ciulla July 16, 2010 at 3:43 pm

I’m truly inspired by the 80 year woman still doing her TACFIT routine. Here’s my situation. I’ve become my mom’s keeper and she’s been fighting a losing battle for 12 years against Parkinson’s and Dementia. My girlfriend is going through Chemotherapy for breast cancer. Thank God that I’m still working but my desk job working on an understaffed IT shop which is very stressful. I currently weigh over 300 pounds and have come to realize food is my stress release. Well not anymore! I’ve lost 20 pounds and I’m reading food labels. If I don’t understand the ingredients on the label I put it back. I’m taking control on my destiny and I’m very impressed by what I’ve seen from TACFIT. I recently read “Patriots” and realize I must get my mind, body and soul, and spirituality in order. At times we tend to overlook getting our own house in order because of “higher” priorities. We must never lose focus on the fact that we are the master of our own soul and ruler of mind and body. I’m old school; treating people like I want to be and believe whatever doesn’t destroy me will only make me stronger.

Jason Piazza July 16, 2010 at 3:44 pm

The chronicles of Jason:

1998: ruptured left Achilles playing racquetball. Dr. said I would walk with a cane at best. After the surgery to graft the tendon back together I did my own PT and got back on my feet within 6 months, and never looked back.
2003: burst fracture of T4/T5 vertebrae after falling from a ladder while holding heavy power drill overhead (pretty much jack hammered myself to the ground straight legged). After 2 years Dr. tried to put me on lifetime pain management with narcs (I did my own rehab and got away from that crap)
1991: Fractured jaw resulting in titanium plates and permanent numbness in my lower face (this one really doesn’t affect my performance like the others)

These injuries have my body a bit out of balance. I thought that I had a good handle on things until I found workouts like those from Coach Sonnon. I instinctively try to be competitive in my workouts even though I tell myself not to be. Each workout reminds me of trying-out for EOD (I did that back in ‘91…and passed)

I always have and always will love to stay active…it’s my passion. I just need to start adjusting the intensity for pain and injury issues I have to work with.

TacFit definitely rocks and I would love to someday become a Team Leader.

With the help of People like Coach Sonnon I look forward to the day when I can say “the pain is gone baby!”

Conor July 16, 2010 at 3:49 pm

I’m a 21 year old man, and this summer I had surgery to remove the gynecomastia I had for 7 years. Those 7 years were hell. But now that nothing can prevent me from extreme physical fitness, I’ve dedicated myself to achieving a body that’s functionally fit and prepared for any challenge. I’m just starting out but don’t want to waste any time rebuilding my body. TACFIT Commando would not only jumpstart my fitness, but raise me to an elite level and force me beyond my limitations AND my expectations. I haven’t been injured, I’m not married, I’m not a firefighter. But I want to become more than I am. And that’s why I want to take on the TACFIT Mission.

Ken Fish July 16, 2010 at 3:54 pm

I used to be in pretty good shape, but an injury and job loss resulted in my becoming sedentary and increasingly heavy. I now find myself 20 pounds over my target weight, and my body fat percentage is almost 8 points above where it should be. TACFIT Commando sounds like the perfect solution: it is intense, but low stress; it works all muscle groups, but it does not require weights or a trainer; it creates strength, flexibility and cardio endurance, but it doesn’t require 90 minutes per day. I’ve watched every teaser video you’ve sent, and I can’t wait to get started.

D. R. Swanson July 16, 2010 at 4:06 pm

Dear crew at Tacfit
I am impressed with what I have seen of Tacfit Commando so far … thus this comment. Would love to win the new edition because it it will both quantitatively and qualitatively push me back into (or beyond) a fitness zone that I have gradually drifted away from over the years. I am just turned 60 years of age and used to be a senior student and instructor in White Crane Martial Art (Baak Haak Pai). When I was in my late 30’s my Sifu used to use me as an example of proof that it is never too late to start training … I was 35 when I began my kungfu and within a couple of years I was able compete with the 20 year olds, learn the system and be granted instructor status. I am older know of course but I am resolved to begin again and prove again that it is never too late. It makes sense to me that Tacfit Commando should take its place as core method in my new training. So lets find out if this system will work for an old warrior committed to do the work.

Don

David Rey Velázquez July 16, 2010 at 4:08 pm

Throughout my life, an unstoppable force has always being driving my behaving. So powerful has it become that I have come to consider it my most important feeling.

Even thought life is essential and a wonderful distinction, it’s shown pale under the shadows of this hunger. A hunger that makes me feel the world is mine for the taking, a king of will determined to rule my own universe.

However, it’s only fair to ask how can the impossible be feasible if my own body slaves my mind? How can my overpowering confidence, discipline and conviction express themselves if my body is not capable of performing at its best?

So, instead of telling you that I “hope” TACFIT commando will help me become the best athlete in the world, allow me to perform better as a volunteer forest ranger, or to lead my family over a not so desirable economic situation, I prefer to tell you the simplest reason, that I want it to make my body obey what my mind commands, and begin making the impossible feasible.

Carlos Wood July 16, 2010 at 4:11 pm

Hi I NEED TACFIT!! I saw the sample of TACFIT and I know that TACFIT is for me. I have four kids ages 6 and below and 3 of them are Girls!! I’m soon approaching 40. So I need TACFIT to stay in best possible shape by the time boys start knocking on my door asking my daughters out on dates! On a more serious note I work for the Indianapolis Fire Department and would LOVE to implement the workouts to stations around the city. As you know our job is very demanding and we are called out on a moment’s notice 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Our department needs a program like TACFIT to keep everyone in shape for the job without buying a lot of fancy equipment that just gets people hurt from misuse. Not to mention we NEED something that will help us recover faster for our next task during the day.
Thank you and GOD Bless

Harold Piuze July 16, 2010 at 4:14 pm

Hi, I’m french Canadian so will do my best on writing this ;-)

First I didn’t know how I found Scott Material… the mission pop out on my computer and appeal to me. I start the «TAcFit Israeli Special forces challenge protocol» for 20 x 4 x 4 and almost puke in my appartement ! Yeah you can say that a old guy of 45 Yo must take care after almost a year of back off on training with an elbow injury. lol no way! I’m a lonely guy helping people one by one as a massagetherapist and former PT (BSc in Kinesiology) , Since more than 10 years I was in face of cyclic depression and suicidals thought maybe from winter (didn’t know at that moment) or some other issues but always come back and looked for answers. When you are in a good shape nobody can beleive that you are sick… so being a loner help me because there is no real help around without drugs. Training save my life many time, and I want to teach people how to train everywhere anytime to be responsible of their health!

Since a few months I discovered all the keetlebell ,TRX, sand bag, Bulgarian bag, clubs, body weights training around the web.. I practice, explore and develop a sequence on my massage table between my massage and I change my massage sequence to do a balance workout at the same time I’m doing the massage… cycling movements from shinatïdo and other trainers.. etc… and I regain health slowly and love it!

I said to my client that being old is a question of movement. The less you move, the more you are near death. TacFit make our body move on all the plans of life, physicals plans, mental plans and self developpent plans. I can say spiritual too, but my spirituality is more naturalistic, agnostic… I respect life, my body, humanity and the mystery behind all that. Training hard put us in front of our limitation and teach us to be humble without quiting!

Why I found you in the middle of my exploration of bodyweight and mobile training… don’t know. Maybe the old cote saying: « When the student is ready the master will appear ».The TAcFit Kit can push my practice further and help so many people around me, myself first! Maybe that is the real deal. Receiving to give around! Cycle of movement, cycle of life, cycle of humanity, cycle of friendship !

As all french guy I talk to much lol

Merci pour tout!

Sincèrement…

Harold Piuze, Bsc, Kin, Mth FQM
Quéebc city, Canada

Alex Plewniak July 16, 2010 at 4:15 pm

Dear TACFIT Staff,

I see your fitness protocols as “body reeducation”. A few short months ago I was in a serious motorcycle accident. 9 fractured ribs, punctured and collapsed lung on left side, multiple compound fractures of the left arm, multiple days of coma in the ICU, and significant “tweaking” of the body due to impact later … I’m now trying to regain what was lost. Prior to this accident I was in good shape, A ranked heavyweight oarsman, lots of general fitness experience, low bodyfat, and good conditioning. As I make the journey back to good health it makes so much sense to incorporate your body movements and new challenges into my rehab and new conditioning routines. Proper body mechanics are so crucial, especially at 6′4″ 210lbs. The challenges your movements provide are excellent, the joint mobility and flexibility work is outstanding, the portability is another added bonus. I relate to the routines and philosophy from my active duty years as a Naval Officer. I always considered physical fitness as a duty requirement, not just something nice in which to participate. Just like the 6 million dollar man, I can come back and be better as I rebuild. Terrific motivation, education, and inspiration! Thank you for all the thought and effort you’ve put into the program.

R/
Alex Plewniak
NORRA Ops/Logistics
USNA 83′

Scott July 16, 2010 at 4:35 pm

I’m not a commando or a fighter pilot. I’m a 47 year old businessman who wants to live for a very long time. My story: couch potato until age 40, got in reasonable shape, ran a few marathons, and up until now, I worked out so I didn’t get fat. The only test of my fitness was whether or not I fit in my clothes. Now I’m tired of that way of thinking. I have realized that it is time to do something real, hard, and meaningful. Marathons are for wimps. Sure, they take a reasonable commitment and if you want to run fast, you have to run a lot. But it’s not tough, it’s not hard, and when I look back, I’m left with the sense that it’s really no big deal.

I recently found out about TACFIT and started the recruit level training. I can see where this is going. It works with my travel schedule. It’s hard. It’s real. It tests my mental toughness and it hardens my physical toughness.

I want what I hope to be the second half of my life to be full of vigor, intensity, and well-being. I can get there with TACFIT.

Lisa July 16, 2010 at 4:36 pm

I am scared. Scared of being 48 and fat. Scared of being so deconditioned that I cannot take care of myself or members of my unit. Scared that I am a hypocrite when it comes to fitness. Scared that I will start another program and fail. Scared that I will die too soon like my co-workers and parents. Hell-scared of this program too. ENOUGH OF BEING SCARED MY WHOLE LIFE! I NEED to succeed at something like this. Not just for me but for other women out there that feel like me. Look like me but have an inner fire to try to change. One of my co-workers, a woman two years older than me and that cannot stand me, basically told me to quit whining about being fat. She pissed me off and the comments, unsolicited, hurt. I am sick of being a scared failure. I need to do this. I may fail-but at least I will hold my head high and say that I did my damnedest to succeed-what have you done lately? My nephew is now in the service. This is also a half-assed way for me to show solidarity for him. He wants to be a Ranger. He has what it takes. I want to show him that his aunt does too.

Katy Ames July 16, 2010 at 4:45 pm

Hello.

I am a recent graduate with a degree in exercise science. After incredible injuries to my back, I no longer had the option of joining the armed forces, a dream of mine growing up. I am whole-heartedly striving to inspire my clients to not only get stronger and more active, but more functional and living a healthy life. I thought my injuries backfired on my potential career as my times in track left me not only no longer competitive, but a laughing stock on my team, instead they motivated me to be a transformational aspect in my clients lives. Even those I work with crave my workouts, because they avoid injury, strengthen towards function, and are so much fun, you enjoy working hard. Working with kids will train you to think outside the box.

TACFIT has been an incredible addition to my resource list, that has inspired me to reform my approach. Not only do these ideas inspire my workouts for my clients, but also for myself. As difficult as it is for me to lose weight and become leaner, I have through changing up my own personal approach. I am very cautious about doing that too.

One thing that must be mentioned… if my kids actually enjoy working out, that is the MOST INCREDIBLE compliment I can give you!! Time wasted on motivational speeches and encouraging words has moved on to time benefiting their workout by correcting form, or instructing on new exercises. When these kids start being personally motivated to live a healthy lifestyle, the parents can’t help but be encouraged to follow the lead. I’ve seen it time and time again, which is why I will stick with the younger ages. They are living a life being led by the blind. Cut through the parents, who don’t know how to discipline their children or encourage them, and change two generations at once. We need to focus on the incoming generations. Sadly, parents are looking to their children for guidance in these confusing times. Someone needs to lead them, so at least when it comes to health, I’m willing to step up and offer a solution. Thanks for the help you’ve offered me. I’d be grateful (and of course give you credit and spread the word) if you would be willing to share all your secrets, so I can change our nation (of obesity)’s future!!

Thank you!
Katy

Faysal July 16, 2010 at 4:52 pm

Hello there.

Well, some great entries so far! You guys are gonna have a hell of a time trying to pick out winners!

I’m a 38 year old weighing my heaviest ever at 100kg just a few weeks ago. I used to be at a reasonable fitness level, and was into doing weights at the gym before I got married (11 years ago). When I got married, we moved to another city so my wife could finish her degree, and my exercising basically stopped whilst I was adjusting to married life, and being away from my mum.

It was kinda funny but one day I happened to look into the mirror (approx. 2.5 years after I got married), and found myself not looking at the nice bod I used to have, but a couple of sagging chest muscles, and a big sagging belly. I was shocked! Was that me?

After that I tried getting into exercising again, but I basically did things on and off, with nothing really grabbing my attention. The biggest problem by far was time – going to the gym, staying there for around an hour for a reasonable routine, showering and coming back, it was basically taking up a lot of my time. I was also not happy doing weights, because I found that I didn’t have the flexibility to do other exercises, play sports, etc.

So unfortunately I’ve been up and down with my exercising over the last few years. The encouraging thing is that my body responds very well to exercise, and it doesn’t take much for me to start seeing results.

After having spend around three years overseas, we are now renting a house on my father-in-law’s farm in NZ. We are both finishing off our PhD’s, and there is nowhere close by for me to do any meaningful exercise.

I came across TACFIT, whilst at Coach Steer’s website. I downloaded his FUN-damentals program and and am currently doing that as my only exercise routine, but that will probably be finished in a couple of months.

I also watched a cuople of vids about Coach Sonnon and was curious about his methods. Although I am a little skeptical, I must admit I am very curious to try out TACFIT. Especially since I have a few injuries from my cricket and rugby days, I feel that TACFIT would be an interesting and motiviating routine for me to follow, especially since I am no longer interested in doing weights and spending time at the gym.

So I guess I’d like to win so I can get into TACFIT, but if not, a consolation prize would be nice as well ;)

Thanks for reading.

Good luck to everyone!

Quentin Johnson July 16, 2010 at 5:00 pm

Dear Tacfit Commanders,
I work in a unique field of law enforcement: ANIMAL CONTROL. Animal Control Officers have 4 times the exposure to the public when compared to the police. We are also 10 times more likely to deal with convicted felons. Besides the need to be fit enough to handle the public, it is the animals that require supreme fitness to handle. To date, I have handled a 6 month old tiger, a bobcat, 18 foot long python, several alligators and caimen, elephants, elk, deer, etc. I once was attacked by two pitbulls. They each had me in their mouths, and on my back. I had to pull each dog off my legs, get back on my feet, and capture both dogs. Whether I am 30 feet off the ground rescuing a cat in a tree, or 10 feet under ground in a storm sewer to pull out ducklings, I need the strength, flexibility, and lightning fast reflexes that Tacfit delivers.

Dr. Rebekah July 16, 2010 at 5:04 pm

Thanks for this opportunity! I am a D.C. (chiropractor) and I teach college. My passion is educating and empowering people of all ages and abilities…not just in their chosen program of study but in life! Even though I’m in healthcare, I’ve never really been physically fit. I’ve never been athletic. I am AMAZED at the little bit of TACFIT that I’ve seen so far, and I would love to use this as an opportunity to better myself as well as patients and students.

My business is called “the Last Resort” because all too often, people rely on mainstream methods to solve problems. Well, in my not-so-humble opinion, mainstream methods of healthcare, exercise, and education just aren’t cutting it…and TACFIT is ANYTHING but mainstream! The elite are the elite because they are willing to push a little harder, dig a little deeper, and I want the opportunity to break into the “elite” category with your product.

Thanks for your service and your ability to think (and teach) outside the box!

Lindsay July 16, 2010 at 5:06 pm

First, I must solicit your strictest confidence in this transaction. This is by virtue of it’s nature as being utterly confidential and “top secret.” I am sure and have confidence of your ability and reliability to prosecute a transaction of this great magnitude involving a pending transaction requiring maximum confidence.

I am a top official of the Federal Contract Review Panel who is interested in the importation of goods into our country with gym equipment that is presently trapped in Nigeria. In order to commence with this business transaction, we solicit your assistance to enable us to get physically fit enough to transfer into your account the said trappings.

The source of this fund is as follows: during the last military regime here in Nigeria, the Government Officials set up fast food companies and awarded themselves barco loungers and flat screen televisions. The aforementioned gym equipment was outlawed, and seized by the military. However, by virtue of my position as a civil servant, I cannot acquire physical fitness in my name. I have therefore been delegated as a matter of trust by my colleagues to look for an overseas partner into who’s account we would transfer a bunch of overrated flab, in exchange for 1 Tacfit Commando Deluxe Deployment Kit. Hence, we are writing you this letter. We are looking forward to doing this business with you and solicit your confidentiality in this transaction. Yours faithfully, Dr. Owata Klauniam

Josh July 16, 2010 at 5:11 pm

I am a 6′4″ 280lbs. married father of two beautiful daughters that is about to turn 30 years in a little over a month. I, also, am the son of man who passed away of cancer at the age of 44. That information alone puts me in a high risk category already. But to make it even more frightening is that about a month ago, I had some blood work tests done for life insurance and was told that I was going to charged a higher premium because I have high cholesterol and according to BMI am teetering on obesity. That was my wake-up call. Ever since that I have been trying to find ways to incorporate dexercises into my daily life since i don’t have the time or money to got to the gym. Your program has been extremely helpful in the few weeks I have been using it. I am only on the recruit level, but am working hard to move up quickly. I need the motivating factor of a drill sargeant and the viciousness of a special ops to keep me going through. I need TACFIT Commmando Deluxe.

Lynn July 16, 2010 at 5:16 pm

Who Dares ~ Wins!…..Well I gotta say, you have got me totally stoked. I have never been more motivated to try something new in my life. I have been vacillating over the past couple of months on whether or not I should re-join the gym. I have slowly watched the scale edge upward and I am sick and tired of it! I no longer want to look into the mirror and not like the reflection that I see. I am a 41-year-old female who wants to be fit and fabulous~! Throughout the years I have yo-yoed from being in great shape to not so good a shape. I always seem to find the gumption to get things going and I stick with it for about a year or so, but then something happens….. Throughout the years I have paid thousands of dollars hiring personal trainers and I have never really gotten any one of them to put in writing what it is that I need to do. I go to the gym, they tell me what to do, I do it, but I never seem to leave the “program” with the tools I need to continue to do it on my own. Grrr…On reading all of your Mission Briefs, I feel like your TACFIT Commando Delux Edition is exactly what I need. I need the play-by-play tools to refer to, especially when I feel myself “slipping” out of my fitness groove. When I watch fitness videos, go to a gym class, or read a fitness magazine I become motivated, excited, and eager to plunge into fitness again. Having this tool in my possession to refer back to on a regular basis would give me no excuse for not staying in shape.

I would love to walk back into my local gym and surprise my old trainer by being in the best shape of my life~! I would love to say that I did it all on my own, without a stitch of expensive gym equipment or a membership, and would be proud to say that I owed it all to best program on earth ~ TACTFIT Commando. It would be totally thrilling to win a copy of your program and I challenge you to give me a free copy to use to that you can track my results. You are so confident that this program works, and trust me you have me convinced too, now let me prove it! Remember, those who dares ~ Wins! Make me a winner…..

Coach Joseph Sheader July 16, 2010 at 5:19 pm

“Every morning in Africa a gazelle wakes up. It knows it must move faster than the lion or it will not survive. Every morning a lion wakes up and it knows it must move faster than the slowest gazelle or it will starve. It doesn’t matter if you are the lion or the gazelle, when the sun comes up, you better be moving.” -Sir Roger Bannister
And what better way to do so than with Tacfit!?
A long time practitioner of the ‘warrior arts’ I seek to live deliberately, attending to mastery and joy of vigor. My training takes from the back stretch of fierce cross-country races into the fighting ring of the dojo and across remote wilderness scapes. I teach fitness, I coach track, I climb, and mush dogs and I do my best to live with honor, discipline, wisdom, and honesty. As both a instructor and as a practitioner I find Tacfit resonates across the board with my endeavors, my needs, my philosophy, my goals (including as a future CST instructor). I would be sincerely grateful and honored to be awarded with a copy of such.

Dave July 16, 2010 at 5:20 pm

I am in my mid twenties and a soldier in the Canadian Armed Forces. I have been training to achieve an elite level of fitness for several years now, but have become disillusioned with conventional dogma. It was during my first tour to Afghanistan that I realized conventional fitness routines would never allow me to meet my fitness goals. Prior to my tour I relied mostly on simple bodyweight exercises (pushups, situps, chinups, etc) and long duration, low intensity cardio training to get in shape. This worked for me all right. I had a lot of stamina, but I was not very strong and felt rather scrawny. I also seemed to bounce between injury and recovery, never really being able to hold on to what little gains I made. I thought, that perhaps I should try conventional weight lifting to get stronger and bigger. I fell into the modern myth that large, bulky, ‘body-builder’ muscles were the pinnacle of strength and fitness. I took supplements and actually did manage to gain about ten pounds. The funny thing is, the stronger I thought I looked, the more unhealthy I felt, and the more my joints ached. Again, I realized that conventional weight lifting wasn’t for me either. I needed functional total body fitness, and I needed to develop it in a manner that was both sustainable and improved my overall well-being. That’s when I started doing some of my own research. I came upon some literature on myofascia, and the role it plays in functional fitness. I learned that it was the neglect of developing the elastic and stabilizing potential of the myofascia which had a lot to do with the lack of functional fitness demonstrated by the standard gym going fare. I tried to find fitness regimens that took the myofascia into account by training the body dynamically as a functional unit, as opposed to treating muscles in isolation. That is when I came upon Scott Sonnon and Circular Strength Training. I’m not prone to love at first sight, so I did more research and compared CST to other training programs I could find. Well, needless to say, CST impressed me above all others, both for its full body functional training, as well as for its emphasis on health and lifelong mobility.

I thought about a quote by Issai Chozanshi from ‘The Demons Sermon on the Martial Arts’: “A man will learn some skill, and after making doubly sure he’s got it down will use it over and over again in vain, never understanding that that skill has now become his enemy…”. I had been training in vain for several years and decided it was high time to rebuild my fitness foundation. I purchased a pair of 15 lb clubbells online and had them sent to Afghanistan. I got a lot of curious and amused stares when I started swinging the clubbells around in the quiter corners of the camp (and when I carried them to the top of a mountain with me). But, I kept up with it and soon had a substantial amount of muscle on top of my shoulders (something that I have never had before). I also started doing Coach Sonnon’s Intu-Flow mobility exercises and Prasara Yoga routines, and immediately noticed an increase in my energy levels, and a decrease in my day to day pain. I started using the 4×7 training protocol to wave my intensity and recovery, and found that I was no longer constantly beset with over-training injuries. I could push myself to greater and greater heights by ensuring adequate rest and engaging in active recovery. I also started to learn from my training experiences by keeping a detailed training diary, an idea I got from Coach Sonnon after reading his biography.

I downloaded the free Bodyweigt Exercise Revolution Fundamentals workout that Coach Steer and Coach Murdoch put together which immediately breathed new life into my formerly simple and mundane bodyweight circuits. I felt first hand the power of de-SISSifying my workouts, and marvelled at my constant progress and increasing coordination (not to mention the amount of fun I had). It was through BER that I learned about TacFit Commando. It looks absolutely awesome, and is exactly the kind of tactically functional training I need to take my military career to its highest level.

I’m scheduled to go back to Afghanistan in December, and have been ramping up my training in anticipation of this. My job will require intense levels of functional fitness as I will be working in small teams or alone and have to be able to stand on my own (or risk putting my teammates and myself in danger). I can’t wait. I’ll definitely be taking my clubbells back, but some TacFit Commando would help keep me fit for those times when clubbells don’t suite the mission (what am I talking about, clubbells always suite the mission :P . Seriously though, I think that TacFit Commando is the most functional, economical, and effective training protocol for the warrior. My younger brother is looking into joining the forces and wants to get in shape, but is confused by the plethora of two-dimensional training programs available on the market today. I would love to run him through TacFit Commando, and then watch him graduate Basic Training as top candidate. A lot of my co-workers are as equally disillusioned with conventional training programs as I am. I would love to be able to run them through TacFit Commando as well, so that we are all fit to face the challenges ahead.

I would like to close with one of my all time favourite quotes from Yamamoto Tsunetomo’s ‘Hagakure – The Book of the Samurai’: “It is spiritless to think that you cannot attain to that which you have seen and heard the masters attain. The masters are men. You are also a man. If you think that you will be inferior in doing something, you will be on that road very soon”. Bring on the challenges TacFit Commando. Hoo-ah!

Mike Riley July 16, 2010 at 5:29 pm

Hello Scott,
I am a single Dad of two great kids. I have been to the doctor and he has told me my cholesterol is too high and that I am over weight. I don’t want to be “round” but do want to be around for my children. I have started working out to get back into shape. My children enjoy doing physical activities, but I am unable to do much with them since I am so out of shape. My son is over weight as well as are many many kids in our country today. I want to set a good example for them so I can help them and also be able to enjoy an active life for myself. I was in good shape when I was younger and I will be in good shape again. I have seen samples of your videos and am very impressed. I know I would definitely benefit from your workout methods. Instead of being in good shape I can be in great shape with your help. Please help me reach my goals by awarding me the complete TACFIT Commando package.
Sincerely,
Mike Riley

Dee July 16, 2010 at 5:40 pm

TACFIT sounds like an awesome way to train. I was always such an active child, then in adulthood I lost my way fitness wise. I’m a shift worker, rotating between day shift and night shift, 12 hour shifts. I have not played any team sports for many years (I miss that so much). I find that I need discipline when it comes to my every day life, be it work or fitness. Without some kind of discipline or structure I will never find myself as fit and healthy as I was 20 years ago. But I still aim to get there!

Jim Scheufler July 16, 2010 at 5:40 pm

Wow such biographies I’ve just read here!
I’m a 61 yo and have been going to the local YMCA a few days a week for several years. No real goal, just to “keep in shape”. Eighteen months ago I tore my left rotator cuff severely enough to require surgery, not arthroscopic but really invasive. At this point I am finished with pt and pretty much on my own. I’ve returned to the gym but am very careful, perhaps a bit paranoid, of a recurrent injury and another 3 months out of work. I’ve practiced yoga and tai chi and enjoy the concept of body weight workouts especially after watching the sequences on the web site. I’ve read emails from others with my sort of injury and the advice you offered. Sounded good. I am anxious to begin.
Thanks for the opportunity.
Namaste,
Jim
ps. If not me, give one to Tim Singleton. If he is raising his kids himself he needs the release, if he can find a hour a day. Been there.

Annie July 16, 2010 at 5:47 pm

I am 33 and the mother of 2 wonderful children. I am a personal trainer and helping people feel good about themselves is my passion! It’s always been! When my oldest son was 2 we started realizing that he had regressed intellectually and long story short, he is a severe autistic. For several years I stopped doing what I love most to care for my beloved family! I wouldn’t call it a sacrifice because they are so precious to me! They are what matters most! Those were some pretty tough years! To me it was like a grieving process. The boy I thought he was, was gone and I would have to learn how to deal with this very difficult truth. Not to mention that the atmosphere is so intense with the screaming, obsessions etc… After a really tough year of picking up the pieces, I started being active again. For me exercise is not only for physical fitness. The intensity is almost a therapy session! It gave me a new strength, helping me cope with our situation. I always kept that dream in the back of my head that one day I would go back to doing what I love! My son has done some great progress since then and things have started settling a little! My youngest is now starting school in September and so I started working on opening a personal training studio at my home! I’m very excited! Now I can look back at all the hard work and see how we’ve come a long way!
This is for me, it’s my passion that I’m reclaiming! But it’s also for other mothers and care-takers who need to have some exercise to keep them physically fit and SANE! I want to help people feel empowered when it comes to life’s curve balls!
TACFIT is something that is accessible to everyone! Any mother can find 30 minutes or so 3 x / wk and claim it as their empowering half hour! No one can take those 30 minutes away from us! And we can accomplish so much with the strength it gives us!
Thank you for the opportunity and I want to say that your program is brilliant and functional and everything a program should be!
sincerely
Annie

harry July 16, 2010 at 5:58 pm

TACFIT will allow me to boldly go where no man has gone before with my workout program. These techniques utilized by special forces and intelligence personnel are an efficient methodology to maintain maximum fitness levels at any place at any time. I would enjoy the opportunity to be provided with such knowledge of these workout methods to improve my performance level for any task that I may encounter.

Andy Macaluso July 16, 2010 at 6:09 pm

I have worked in the social services field for over 10 years . I have worked in neighborhoods where you could lietrally hear gunfire every afternoon after 2 pm when the drug delaers woke up. The neighborhoods were so bad we literally pulled a large box of weapons off 5 to 12 year olds every year! One neighborhood was so bad that two parents literally came to student dismissal and attacked each other with baseball bats starting a full fledged riot. I’ve worked with 10 year olds that were having homicidal thoughts and hear command audio hallucinations that told them to kill their siblings and parents. These kids literally swung butcher knives at their family members.
As you can imagine I’m always looking for ways to help my clients as well as stay safe. I become the voice of reason and safety for these folks who live a world taht can be quite unsafe for them and for myself. Helping the helpless or indigent is always foremost in my mind. I’m delighted that tacfit program is availble to help ordinary people stay safe and improve our health at the same time.

Steve France July 16, 2010 at 6:16 pm

I also cannot compete with a lot of the claims on this page. You people helping the disabled, or needy, and those serving in the armed forces, you all have my best wishes. I’m merely a guy in his late forties who has been trying to keep ahead of the obesity curve by running and exercising, and have lost my way of late. I travel a lot in my work and cannot take equipment with me. Not everywhere I stay has a gym, and even those places that do have them are not always available to me because of the hours I work. Whatever happens, I WILL be getting the TACFIT Commando series and putting it to good use. Thanks guys.

joe July 16, 2010 at 6:26 pm

I HAVE A MISSION. I’m a personal trainer working with a varied population, from athletes to the elderly and many adults who, due to their jobs and lifestyles, do not spend enough time moving in healthy ways. For the past 10 years I have also worked as a psychotherapist. I am extremely aware of the toll that stress takes on our minds and bodies, but also the degree to which fitness, especially as it is so often applied in gyms across the country, can exacerbate rather than improve stress. I have researched and/or tried just about every strength/conditioning and high intensity training protocol under the sun. I can quite easily help a client gain mass or lose fat, but this alone has no bearing on whether he or she will be moving better or be truly healthier in the end. Combining my passions in fitness and psychotherapy, I know that bodily freedom and strength can transform other areas in a person’s life. I am so pleased to have found TACFIT as it elegantly and creatively addresses mobility, recovery and real movement, and in ways that can embraced by the general population. Recently, I introduced some basic level TACFIT moves into my training… and my clients love it! They want more and I am extremely excited to see how far it will take them and how it will affect their lives.

Emily Brobst July 16, 2010 at 6:26 pm

I am a stuntwoman in films, so functional training is key for me, I cross train in just about everything yet I am more often than not,constantly referring to your site for tips, tricks and training ideas! I travel alot so equipment isnt logical for me, yet I need to stay in peak shape, which can be difficult with no gym on set/ in my trailor. This program would be so ideal for training so I can be better than ever, to take my performance skills to the next level.
I cannot begin to say how beneficial this kit would be for me. Nothing compares to the Tacfit training!!! It would definitely be well used and loved if I were to be chosen as one of the winners!

Keith Haralson July 16, 2010 at 6:31 pm

Hi my name is Keith Haralson simply put I’m tired of being the ha ha you got breast guy, im sorry but we can be friends guy, Saturday night lonely guy. i’ve been 320lb for too long and i know this program is my ticket to everything i’ve ever wanted. in addition to a great body i know my health will greatly improve.

Michael McGill July 16, 2010 at 6:32 pm

They say as you age one of the first things to go is your flexibility. I never paid much attention to that statement.

BAMmm, then it happened! I dropped a dollar and when I tried to pick it up, I felt like I was moving in slow motion (it seemed like it was taking me minutes to reach it). Oh Noooo, I’m Now My Father!

I now realize it’s time to take my fitness seriously again. Enough with exercising, it’s time to work-out.

I am looking for something that will push me to my limits again. Something that I can get “psycho” with
again. I want to feel that rush I use to feel on a good when I was playing football with the fellows. Where I felt like I was floating down the field.

Tacfit, looks like it will fill that promise. From watching the free videos, it looks to be the kind of program I
can just lose myself in. A program where I can get so involved in perfecting the movements that I would lose all sense of time. A complete mind and body experience.

Now, that’s what I call a work-out!

Sincerely,
Michael McGill

Yulia July 16, 2010 at 6:36 pm

Hi, my name is Yulia and I am 30, I have a daughter 5 y.o., who, I wish will keep yourself in good shape as her mum. I don’t have much time for exercise but I think it’s really very important for your physical and mental health. I am originally from Russia and live in US a little over year. My husband is American, he is DoD employment and former Navy officer. And recently we went to Las Vegas to take a Self Defense class from Target Focus Training. And it was amazing, and it was also the way, we heard about your fitness program, Tim Larkin said that he is using your materials and equipment almost daily. I wish to learn more about your staff. Since now I am not afraid to be alone with my daughter in the park or anywhere else. I can protect myself. But still I need to have keep yourself in good shape. And I always can find 20-30 min per day to do your program even I am busy, because to be in good shape I think this is a key for healthy life and healthy family, our kids growing and they are looking at us and I want that my daughter see a good example. Thank you. I am sorry for misspelling or grammar mistakes. Yulia

Don July 16, 2010 at 6:39 pm

As a martial arts instructor, working with emotionally and behaviorly challenged young people, and working to teach moms how to protect themselves and their children, I am always looking for ways to challenge students and clients. I have had a lot of success working “normal” body weight conditioning routines in to their training, so after watching the videos on the site I got really excited about being able to incorperate these cool routines into an exciting program that will keep students engaged in their training and fitness. My core belief in working with all of my clients and students is that you must be fit to be safe. If our young people (and moms) can not physically do those things that they need to do to physically disengage from a threatening situation they are not safe.
It is my sincere hope that you will consider me for one of your awards, so that I can help keep our most valuable assets safe and healthy!

Keep up the great work guys (and gals)!!

Aaron July 16, 2010 at 6:43 pm

I live in my car. Don’t get me wrong, my family has a very comfortable home where my four children can play in the yard and my beautiful wife doesn’t have to worry about their safety. But, I only enjoy that loving environment on the weekend when I can come home for a brief respite. I am currently studying medicine some distance away from my home in a location where it is unreasonable to expect my children to live, so, I commute on the weekend and spend the week sleeping in my car and showering/eating/living in the medical library.
I left my career as a firefighter/paramedic exactly one year ago to pursue a medical degree as a Physician Assistant with an emphasis on rural/underserved populations and disaster medicine. I discovered TACFIT while looking for a way to stay in shape while living with few resources and a very small place to keep “things”. TACFIT has been just the ticket to keep me in shape with minimal equipment (my rope and kettlebell) and most recently to be in fighting shape to defend my “rolling condo” from some groups of thugs who discovered a seemingly “easy target.” Thanks for helping me fulfill my mission of healing the sick AND returning home with honor each week.

Mike McCoy July 16, 2010 at 6:49 pm

My story will fit in neither of the above mentioned categories. I’m a typical 53 year old which is out of shape. I’ve spent some time in the gym over the years but get bored with the machines and tired of working out with people who spend most of their time before a mirror. I’ve been using your recruit system for the past week and have been enjoying the challenging work outs. I have progressed to being able to continuously work out the full 20 minutes but need to pick up the speed in the routine. I’ll get there. My goal is to become fit and to help protect my body of injuries while I’m at work. I’m a Registered nurse working in the ICU and it’s required of us to push and pull patients around in bed who are dependant upon our care. Many nurses have shoulder and back injuries resulting from moving patients in and out of bed. I’m not interested in getting my body “cut” or emassing muscle but want a strong and flexible body that will keep me healthy as the years progress.

matt July 16, 2010 at 6:52 pm

I’m currently 15 years old and have been looking at fitness and body workouts for the last 2 or 3 years now. I’m an incoming freshman and cannot not wait but anyways… I am a pretty good football and basketball player and have been looking at a lot of strength and conditioning programs to up my game. i have a good chance at starting varsity in both of these sports but I’m just not quite where i want to be physically, there’s a lot of juniors and seniors that are just a little stronger and I want to be at there level or further by the end of the year. I’ve tried both vertical and speed and agility programs with good results but I just need to get bigger and stronger. And the way this program is built i feel this was just made for me(I’m sure everyone does), with the strength and conditioning intertwined and the quick high intensity workouts. With multiple sports and school I have pretty busy life for a kid(i think?) and with everything going on I look forward to a good intense workout.
And thanks for the other free videos, workouts, and stuff too
And this opportunity to take advantage of this program

Dave July 16, 2010 at 6:53 pm

I have always been skeptical about body weight programs. I guess I just thought that if you are not using massive amount of weight that you could not build serious muscle. Being the type of person who likes to really push myself hard physically with weight training, I go to the gym regularly and lift weights. Lately I keep thinking to myself there has got to be an easier way to build muscle, thinking to myself everytime I workout that, “It’s to early in the morning for this kind of punishment”.
Well, I got a sample workout fot TacFit commando workout and reluctantly downloaded it. It turns out that those exercises were pretty demanding and that I had trouble doing them, but I enjoyed doing them because they required a different skill set than what I was used to. I am intrigued to see what the rest of this program is all about, and if the rest of the program is like those sample exercises then this program is an all star.
Thanks….Dave

José July 16, 2010 at 6:53 pm

I’m a computer geek.

Since I was a kid, my primary interest has been computers and all
related to them. I’ve spent thousans of hours in front of a
computer screen since then. Now I’m a developer and a sysadmin
most of my working time, hack around in my free time and I love
every second of it.

Now, don’t get me wrong: I’ve always known that if you want to
stay healthy, you must exercise. The thing is: I know all that
but never took it seriously before. But if you live sitting in
front of a computer screen and you barely move at all, you start
to face its consecuences.

The other day I realized that I’m not really in control of my
movements. I realized that, if an emergency situation arises, my
body wouldn’t respond like it should: I’m not tactically fit.

Then I discovered TACFIT Commando. I watched some of Scott
Sonnon’s challenge videos and I was amazed.

“How can he move like that!” — I thought. And I felt like you
feel when you meet Lisp and you are starting to get it.

I knew that I was far from fit and that even gym people struggles
hard with TACFIT, but now there was a fire burning inside me: I
was challenged.

And I know that I’ll complete all three missions, starting as a
recruit to finally acomplish them in commando level, no matter
what. ‘Cause I finally found an exercise program that’s
different, challenging and fun (Yes, TACFIT is a lot of
fun!). The perfect solution for my fitness needs:

- It’s ultra portable: I need no equipment at all. Just my body.

- It’s functional: I end with go muscle, not just show
muscle (But as a side effect I will look great too!).

- It’s concise: TACFIT Commando training sessions are short
enough and enlarge my lifespan: more time to hack! :)

Work hard, never quit.

John Burton July 16, 2010 at 7:03 pm

Hi,
For the past 3 years i’ve known exactly what i want to do, and in 6 months i’m going to do it. I will be completing my application for a commision in the Royal Marine Commandos. I’ll need to be in the best physical shape i’ve ever been in, and withstand the toughest challenge i could ever imagine. After 5 years of high level rugby, i’m up fo it. I’m 20 years old 6′4″ 240lbs and i’m just completing my electrical apprenticeship prior to applying and over the past two years I’ve been working towards the fittness level i will need to even apply. I’ve made progress but i’m always looking for new and better ways to train. I’ve always had problems with gaining and maintaining my fitness and i’ve been and am continuing my effort to succeed. I then came across your program and i’ve got to say, it’s amazing! I’m looking for the most practical and efficent way to train and this program seems right up my alley. I’m needing a targeted system that will condition my body for the type of exertion i will need to expend. I will need to be faster, stronger and in better shape then the men i will lead as well as completing tests in less time the covering greater distances then the average Commando.
I need a new program to keep me on my path and reach my goal. The Tacfit program is what i need to prepare my body for this challenge. This would be the perfect program for these next months to finalize my preperation and increase my confidence level and my chances of succeeding. Let alone mold my body into exactly what i will need. The Tacfit program would be equipping me with the perfect tools for this job and the field i would be working in.
I’ve never been more sure of my chosen path and would be extremely greatful for these added tools to my arsenal. I have 6 months to make my last big push, please equip me with the means to achieve higher standards then i could ever hope for and even exceed the trainers expectations.

Thankyou for your time, i know it’s gotta be hard reading allthese posts,
John

Dora July 16, 2010 at 7:06 pm

Well!! Tacfit got me really excited……..finally something without gimmicks that works. Takes me back to the country school playground where kids were fit and healthy. We didn’t know it then but the physical play and wholesome food made us strong and healthy. Hubby was a healtly kid; fit and lean after basic training back in the 70’s. I could say he is the typical “Couch potato” but we own a hide-a-bed so I guess you’d have to call him a “hide-a-bed potato.” I would love to win the Free Tacfit Deployment kit for him.

Laura Tanis Schwarz July 16, 2010 at 7:07 pm

Top 10 reasons why TACFIT Commando is the perfect solution to my fitness needs

1. I LOVE getting my ass kicked.
2. I LOVE working out to DVDs…currently use others and ready to up the ante.
3. I LOVE learning new ways to challenge my mind and body.
4. I LOVE the flexibility to workout at the drop of a hat…with two little kids the probability of making it to the gym is slim to nothing.
5. I LOVE the mental rewards I get from working out. Grouchy to happy in 40 minutes. (Husband likes that too.)
6. I LOVE getting results.
7. I LOVE telling everyone how I got those results. I’ll be your new FREE advertising spokesperson hailing the rewards of TACFIT.
8. I LOVE any assistance in the nutrition department. Just tell me what to eat and I will.
9. I LOVE having the strength to let my ailing father literally lean on me to move from point A to point B.
10. I do NOT love to dust. Should I be so lucky to receive the TACFIT materials there will never be a spec of dust on them because they WILL BE USED! Period.

Celeste July 16, 2010 at 7:08 pm

My hubby joined the Navy a few short months ago & I gotta say, it was pretty impressive to see the physical transformation basic had on him (couldn’t keep my hands off of him) – and he’s just beginning! I was a bit intimidated, a bit inspired. I decided I don’t want to stand on the sidelines while he’s taking active control over where his life’s going – in multiple ways. So… I’m gonna kick myself into shape so that when he gets back from training I’m in better shape than he is, or die trying!!! Then he’ll be the one who can’t keep his hands off me ;) . And I plan on getting there as efficiently as possible. 1st challenge, great so far. TACFIT here we go!!

David July 16, 2010 at 7:16 pm

You know what Tacfit, I’m not ex military, nor am I special rescue, the fact of the matter is this, I’m a 35 yr old man, who needs a jumpstart with physical fitness. I’m 5′9 and I weigh 250lbs. Now looking @ my height & weight ratio the two don’t mix. For the last 2 years I’ve been searching for a program that I can do @ home and get into the best shape of my life. My wife and I have been trying to conceive our first child since 2000, my wife is 5′1 and weighs 235lbs, she suffers from thyroid problems, fatigue, and myself suffer from low libido & asthma, so I know tacfit is a uniquely designed program, my wife and I have been rather impressed witrh the missions we’ve seen so far and we know without a shadow of a doubt that tacfit will allow us to conceive our first child and get into the best shape of our lives, so its matter of getting our lives to live on and help others along the way

Adam Klein July 16, 2010 at 7:19 pm

My timeline:
Born in 1965 – Athletic, healthy, lean, naturally strong.
Torn anterior cruciate ligament in 1986 playing competitive soccer.
Surgically repaired knee with antiquated 1986 surgical techniques.
Continued involvement with athletics but faced many obstacles including but not limited to, weight gain, emotional and physical pain while trying most anything to regain some semblance of form.
Married in 2001, children in 2003, 2004 and 2006.
Tacfit in late 2009.
Present day: Joy returned to working out. Improved strength, endurance, power, speed, quickness, fat loss, better body image, more sexual appetite. Increased discipline inside and outside exercise experience. Increased flexibility, range of motion, and suppleness of muscles and joints.
Most importantly feeling able to apply discipline to every aspect of my life so I can be more and more present for myself and those who I love.

Alexandra July 16, 2010 at 7:22 pm

You guys sure have a lot of great responses to read! Therefore, I’ll try to keep it pretty simple:
When I was younger (childhood years), I could feel my body move – swinging from monkey bars, climbing jungle gyms etc.. Fitness has always been important to me, but I’ve recently realized that my body no longer moves the ways it did when I was a child setting out to conquer those jungle gyms (only more so now). I’m only 23, and I’m on a quest to achieve and maintain my peak performance and get to know my body again. I want to feel it move without restraint. I want to feel that I am once again connected to my body the way I was when we didn’t know limitation. And I want to do it in all the badass ways that special operatives can.
I want to protect and improve the best instrument I have. I don’t have a job that requires this kind of mobility, I just have the drive and the passion to be one with myself, and the physical aspect can help balance the spiritual.
Best of luck to everyone who desires this same goal.
Cheers.

sam July 16, 2010 at 7:23 pm

Warriors,
I am a female in the military who constantly must prove herself on a daily basis. I trained to get through our rigorous training and now it is time to kick it up to the next level. I am a big proponent of physical fitness and now I have those under my charge who want to train with me as well as those from different units who want to train with me. I think this program would give me an oppurtunity to train/mentor these young men and women and hopefully leave a much better impact on their lives while in the military as well as once they move on to try new things.

Hendry Roesly July 16, 2010 at 7:31 pm

I’m not a person who works in the justice or security world, nor am i one in a military service. I’m just a father, a husband, & a working man. I used to be such an active person, but as years pass by, I’ve started losing my motivation in exercising. I just find that most workout programs are boring me with their repetitive methods. I have so little time to do anything that i enjoy, & i live so far away from my house to my workplace that most of my daily time are wasted on the road. But now that i have a son, i really want to start exercising, again. Not to become a buff, & muscular father, but to be a father that can keep up with his growing son to play around with him, to be strong to protect him, to be fast enough to catch him when he falls, & to be someone that he knows he can depend on all the time. It just scares me thinking that i can’t do any of those as my son is growing up. For theses reasons, i’ve gone back to exercise regularly, but my motivation still hasn’t grown, yet. I’m still demotivated & bored, & instead aching all over the body, not to mention the stiffness feeling i keep on feeling. Working out & exercising regularly are becoming a burden & a chore to me, & the only reason i’m still doing it is for my son. That is until i find TACFIT Commando. I tried the program since the original one. It was exhausting & hard because i’ve lost so many mobility & coordination, but i truly enjoyed it! When coach Sonnon introduced the Recruit level, i was beyond happy. I really enjoy this program for its simplicity & time-efficiency. There’s no more long & repetitively boring workout. Up to this day, i’m still doing the Recruit level 3x/week, slowly rising to the original TACFIT Commando program. Effectively speaking, this program so far has indeed increase my coordination & mobility much better. I’ve never felt so energized after a workout like i used to feel years ago. Now, i’m really confident that TACFIT Commando is the right program that can help me achieve my goals in my physical fitness.

Daniel Meek July 16, 2010 at 7:36 pm

Blind Fury “Commando Style”

The TACFIT Commando program is the perfect solution for a blind warrior who doesn’t want the time-consuming fight of the iron jungle of health clubs. Not to mention, a blind warrior such as myself, can be quite dangerous when armed with 45 pound plate weights and trying to find the rack.

Blind Fury deployment anywhere… no equipment needed, please. To build strength, speed, and stamina while building lean muscle and burning fat is what I want and TACFIT Commando will be my operations manual and field bible.

So not only will TACFIT give me the tools to get in top physical shape, it will protect innocent gym rats from collateral damage.

Not to mention, a blind guy with a warrior’s physique will be a walking endorsement for TACFIT Commando.
Keep the warrior vision alive,
Daniel

xXxAndromedaxXx July 16, 2010 at 7:39 pm

While the fitness and weight loss component of this program does interest me, what interests me the most is the ‘bulletproof joints.’ I began participating in the Korean martial art of Tae Kwon Do three years ago after the death of my father when I was seeking focus. One and a half years ago, I tore the meniscus in my right knee and had to go through surgery and painful physical therapy for six months to regain use of my knee.

My surgeon told me that I should never practice Tae Kwon Do again because the risk of irreparably damaging my knee was incredibly high. But Tae Kwon Do is far too important to who I am to give it up because of the chance of injury, so I completely ignored the doctor (and most of my family) and returned to Tae Kwon Do.

My knee has consistently bothered me for the past year, and I have sustained a few other joint-related injuries during that time as well This program interests me because it will help me achieve new levels of fitness, but because it will help me achieve new levels of mobility and give me the ‘bulletproof joints’ that I will need to continue participating in Tae Kwon Do for many years to come, and, perhaps in time, pass on what I have learned to new students.

Q 올림

Philip July 16, 2010 at 7:40 pm

I just graduated from high school and I’m working to be strong enough for college athletics. Last year I broke my elbow which put me out of training for over a year during which time I lost 10 pounds of muscle and put on 15 pounds of fat which set me back in my training. Using traditional weight lifting and cardio I was able to loose 10 pounds but my new college coach doesn’t like weights and only lets his athletes use body weight exercises. Your program would do so much more for me than just simple pushups, dips, and chinups. I’m 5′ 9″ and I play basketball, playing at a college level will be challenging enough with my height being such a disadvantage I need all the help I can get. Not only would you’re program help to gain strength but the short amount of time it takes would be wonderful for my busy college schedule, the active recovery helps me not to be too sore for basketball practice, and with tuition prices there is no other way for me to get this program.

Christine July 16, 2010 at 7:45 pm

I am currently 36 years old , and where I never thought I would be…….. over weight and with a bad knee. I enjoyed all kinds of out door sports and the athletic physic that went with it .A few years a go I was out running and managed to literally shatter my tibial plateau. After plates , pins , screws and artificial bone , I am still having problems with walking. I have gone through physio therapy but found that just doing the weights did not increase my flexibility or joint mobility back to where it was. I was told that because I was not an athlete that this was as good as it was going to get. I became depressed , gained 75 lbs , a couch potato and had no hope of getting back to the life I once enjoyed .The idea that TACFIT didn’t require any weights could be done anywhere at any time is very appealing as I have come to hate the gym from all the physio and not seeing any results other than unusable bulk and very little flexibility. I have tried the TACFIT video that was made available and found that my leg has actually started to improve. For the first time in years I feel that there is hope for me to get back to where I was if not a lot better. I hope to win this program so that not only my leg improves but I will be able to loose the weight, re balance my body and become better and stronger than I was before.
Because if I didn’t dare……. I wouldn’t win

Matt Laulainen July 16, 2010 at 7:45 pm

No fluff here i’m just a guy that likes bodyweight workouts,I think your program kicks some tail,the movements are different from what i’m used to. Also got 5 boys who are pretty darn active we’re always coming up with new exercises to try,but i’m thinking this program would be a perfect fit for us..

Adam Shapley July 16, 2010 at 8:00 pm

After years of being a gym rat, it took the birth of my daughter to bring me to the realization that what i was doing was not getting me to where I wanted to be. Sure, i want to be strong and increase my muscle mass, but bottom line, if I cannot move and enjoy my daughter to the fullest, then it is all for naught. This program would not only allow me, but my wife to get ourselves into great physical shape, conditioning and flexibility, and enjoy our lives with our kids to the fullest. Gone are the days when powerlifting maxes were important, not, I just want to make sure my joints are healthy enought to play catch with my grandkids in 30 years…

Thanks

Adam

Joel Ryals July 16, 2010 at 8:05 pm

I am currently in the military and I am trying out for Special Forces this fall. I would like to have the best training program on the market to get myself into the best shape of my life. My physical conditioning and performance will be key factors during selection. My success will depend on how well I can negotiate obstacles, run, do body weight exercises (like pull ups, push ups, sit ups, etc.) and ruck march. I would love to have the opportunity to try your fitness program and report back about my experiences. This has been my dream since I was young and I can use all the help I can get. I look forward to hearing back from you.

Shelly D. July 16, 2010 at 8:10 pm

I want this because I have something to prove. About 2 years ago I was diagnosed with a rare, genetic, neuromuscular disease that affects the mitochondria of the cells. My life was changed drastically. I went from being a wife and mother of 5 who had been lifting weights since the age of 13 In the 1970s (my stepdad built a homemade bench press and taught us how to use free weights) and running marathons as an adult. My new life includes exercise intolerance, horrible muscle pain (yes, I am medicated), and the loss of the ability to run and difficulty walking uphill. On bad days I use a cane or rolling walker (which, thank the Lord, are few). Upon diagnosis the docs told me NOT to exercise for fear of muscle damage that would not heal, etc. Yet, they also told me that the reason I showed no symptoms of the disease until my mid 40s was because of my high muscle mass and the relatively good shape that I was in. It made no sense to me to quit exercising and upon the last visit to the specialist I made the argument that to keep the muscle I have I need to use it and, optimally gain more of it. He finally caved and let me start training again as long as I don’t overdo. I can no longer lift the heavy weights for the same amount of time nor run anymore but I can do bodyweight type exercises and cardio bike intervals. Your program appears to be concise, intense and focused and within reach of what I think I can do. I want the docs to see that people with muscle disorders/diseases NEED to exercise to keep/improve their levels of fitness and their own mental health and self image. Disabled persons can be fit, too!

Chip July 16, 2010 at 8:12 pm

To the Scott & the Tacfit Team,
I am thankful to have been able to earn a living for the past 25 years in the field of strength and conditioning. Thankful because I am allowed to share struggles, triumphs, tears, hugs, joy and sorrow with athletes of all ages, backrounds, needs and abilities. It is a field steeped in tradition, science, opinion, and art. It is also my interest, my hobby; What I do! Over the years I have read and tried programs gleaned from sources ranging from those backed by the scientific literature, all the way back to “The Weider System” (Remember that?). More recently, I have been an avid reader of various writers and workouts promoted on the internet and have purchased more than my share of these products. Let’s just leave it at this, I’ve read and tried a lot of programs over the years. I have known of Scott Sonnen since the Warrior Wellness series a few years ago and have enjoyed studying his unique perspective on training. The Tacfit Commando Kit was a recent purchase and I have been pleaseantly suprised and very satisfied with it for a number of reasons. First, it is a comprehensive program covering warm-up, the workout itself, and cool-down. With the information presented, and the progression outlined, months and even years of application is possible. But the approach is unique in that it is based around Scott’s approach toward movement in “Six Degrees of Freedom”. The movements are progressive, learnable, and feed one to the next and build upon each other. These exercises, some traditional, others unique to me, have expanded my training “tool box”. The cumulative effects of implementing the Tacfit program is difficult to put into words, so simply stated, by applying yourself and moving through the various levels of training, you get stronger and you move better. The program is based upon bodyweight exercises so all you need is some time, a little space, and at times, a lot of effort. Not to fret though, Scott and the Tacfit team have written add-on programs using dumbbells and suspension training, so the boundaries of training continue to develop and grow. Finally, and of great importance to me in this season of my life, the workouts are fun, interesting to learn and challenging. Thank you Scott, for delivering a wonderful product.
Sincerely,
Chip

Matt Lee July 16, 2010 at 8:32 pm

Tacfit Coaches,
Seven years ago I was run off the road, my left leg was smashed into 40 bits and they were going to cut it off. Being stubborn, I said No Way.
I’ve lost track of how many times I’ve had to start walking all over again. 3 months in the same hospital bed I was the longest on the ward. Now 14 operations later and I run the soft sand, and cycle to work everyday, off-road, up-hill, up and down steps and banks. I don’t quite have full range of movement yet, but I work out circuits of squats, lunges, push-ups, planks and dips on the moving rear deck of my ferry ride across the harbour, then the same again, and up-hill sprints, at the dock. I do the same at work, quick 5 minute circuits to keep by body active and my mind fresh. Pushing through pain barriers is part of daily life, but it’s what I need to do.
Thats all good, my strength is good, and my stamina is getting there, but I can only go until my back and hips locks up again. I need to get some strength and flexibility combined, so that I can break through the barriers in my body, rather than re-inforcing them.
I never run from a fight and I’ve never let anyone fight my battles, but I need some new weapons in my arsenal, and I think thats TACFIT Commando.

Natalie Gibson July 16, 2010 at 8:37 pm

Because I’m a busy as heck mom of 2 small kids who wants to work out after being just a wee bit of slacker and get in the best shape of my life and inspire others to do so too, while I do your program and blog about it! I want me and my husband to be ripped by the time he hits 40 in December and I want mostly to be the best role model for my children about what it means to take care of myself. I used to think I couldn’t do much because my joints, specifically my wrists have old damage, but I’m rehabilitating them thanks to Intuflow!!! please please choose meee!!!!! I’m thinking I may post my progress on youtube too. Also, I’m fascinated with all of Rmax’s products, Club bells, Prasara Yoga, etc. because they’re NOT BORING. I used to dance ballet, do Tai chi and work out in the gym in the conventional boring way a long time ago, so I have some level body awareness is still there, it just needs to be re-energized and awakened. Finally, as an actor, I have a life long dream of starring in a kick ass martial arts movie, so I gotta be pretty fit and flex for that don’t I??

Caleb July 16, 2010 at 8:38 pm

TacFit,

I am a husband, a father of three and a federal agent. My job requires a high level of extreme fitness. I have eight years previous military where I have always had a place to properly train. I am now stationed in a remote part of the U.S. where any fight or tactical training is non-existent. My fellow agents in offices across the U.S. use TacFit and swear to me that it is “The Training” that truly fits our duties. I believe true fitness is the first key to mastering any tactical job, and most importantly it is your first line of defense in coming home to your family each night. I would be truly grateful for the opportunity to use your program not only in a tactical sense but also as a tool to teach my family about the necessity of fitness.

Thank you

Sincerely,
Caleb

zita July 16, 2010 at 8:41 pm

I’m going to keep this short. I’m 5ft2 and about 200lbs (ridiculous right?). I honestly am not a big fan of me. As far back as I can remember, my life has always been a mess. I’m very fat, have a weak immune system, ‘depressed’ *sarcastic* and a whole lot of other things I’ve refused to acknowledge. Frankly, I’ve already decided that I’m done with all that, and am re-inventing myself (you would think I was having a mid-life crisis but I’m only 21), starting with my weight/health and outlook on life.
I don’t know what your thinking, by giving away free stuff, but I like free stuff. Give it to me. Dare me to change by making use of what you have to offer. Go ahead, dare me.

Quincy B July 16, 2010 at 8:42 pm

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

Because I’m ready for something that works!

Something that challenges not only my body, but my mind.

I’m ready for a program that helps me produce a rock hard solid physique, that not only looks good, but is extremely functional. A program that combines an intense workout, with ‘real world’ adaptability.

A serious program that is detailed and thorough while being simple to implement. I’m ready for a solution that is not just another fitness fad, but a way of life… I’m ready for TacFit Commando!

I wish everyone good luck with the contest, and your fitness goals!

Thank you for sharing your stories.

Quincy

Kemp, David July 16, 2010 at 9:40 pm

I have been following your website for a couple of weeks now, I’m very impressed. I NEEEEEED this program.
I’m an ex-soldier from Australia, living Japan. with no real training here I’m losing the edge. In my job especially I can’t afford to slip once! Every day I’m dodging land mines, acid rivers, up and down swings in crazed attacks from all angles, and all forms of life.
From one day to the next, you never know what you may face out there, and what you will need to survive from one moment to the next. It’s an exciting, but very deadly position, and you need every ounce of energy you can muster at any time with explosive power to avoid, or face any situation head on. As an ex-soldier, I have had some training, but I need something to put me over the top! I know TACFIT will do it!

Whats my job you ask? I’m a school teacher in Japan, Teaching English to young kids.

SSgt Joe Green July 16, 2010 at 10:02 pm

HOOAH!!! I am a SSgt in the USAF as a Military Training Leader! I train and lead over 350+ Airman every week in physical readiness training. Unfortunately for my airmen, when I stumbled across TacFit I have took a few pages out of Scott and Ryan’s training book and I’ve been giving my airmen the TOTAL beat down! I am also employed as a personal trainer part time where I run boot camps on the weekends and I do 1 on 1 training sessions. I am applying for this program because I WANT MORE!! You guys have really kicked my butt with the few clips I received through email. I want to push myself to the limits and have the privilege to transform others in to some amazing! I am 100% committed to take on the TacFit challenge and I know my army of Airmen are ready to step up as well! I want to video blog my progress and show what TacFit can really do! AIR POWER HOOAH

Steve July 16, 2010 at 10:46 pm

Hi Scott and tactfit team,
I am a truck driver who is also studying to be a massage therapist and also training, (powerlifting/ strongman) 4 times a week. I am over 40 and often find recovery times for weight training are increasing. I tried out your commando training routine, (up to 4 reps now) and was amazed to find not only growth gains from an intense workout, but also NO soreness at all the next day! Tactfiit training is fast becoming my weapon of choice as the basis of my training. I feel more motivated, more alert and much happier using tactfit training than any other form of exercise.
All the best, Steve

Ryo July 16, 2010 at 11:43 pm

I am an aspiring full-time guitarist from Japan, currently residing in Sydney, Australia. My journey of mixing music with physical fitness began when I’ve resolved to create a new guitar expression by mixing hip-hop, soul and latin-esque grooves with British shoegaze type atmospheric guitar tones. To do so, I’ve spent many hours in front of the amp, nerdily tweaking electrical signals, as well as taking hip-hop/soul dance classes (and dating a Mexican girl) to create a full body rhythmical expression which I now translate on the guitar. I am quite happy with the progress, having built the foundations to comfortably write and record songs that I believe are uniquely my own.

My new challenge lies in extending this ease and comfort in my guitar playing beyond the studio and onto the stage, where true showmanship is comprised of your ability to perform dynamic movements without compromising your musical expression. I’ve recently discovered your program through Dr. Brad Campbell and have been very inspired by the simplicity, practicality, and sheer effectiveness of creating a physical body that is faster, stronger, and simply “ready”. I have been regularly following the entry level exercises, modifying it slightly by incorporating movements demonstrated by other TACFIT Commando enthusiasts contributing on YouTube.

I could never say that I deserve this program more than others, but my will is strong and ready to take on the next challenge. I thank you for reading thus far!

Rich Oliver July 17, 2010 at 12:06 am

I have just heard about TACFIT and, from what I have seen, this is the only fitness regime that is short, sharp and to the point. I think that, due to its origins, it would also give me an inner confidence that would exude out to others and, as I have just been made redundant, this could be the difference between me doing well in job intervews or remaining out of work.

Thanks for letting me comment.

Jessie Pozzolo July 17, 2010 at 2:22 am

My brother in law, Shane Heins trains in the cst school of exercise and has made believers of me and my wife. We have been using what we have learned from Shane and are looking forward to the release of 2.0. I was sick for over a year with debilitating pain in my stomach that prevented me from even picking up my kids or anything strenious. I gained alot of weight and had tried all sorts of things once i had recovered to get my life on track but nothing would allow my body to begin to heal past the problems i had, which would flair up as soon as i would run more then a mile, or tried to lift weights that shouldnt have been unreasonable. I began doing the intu-flow and trying out the Tacfit commando regime and i was blown away at how my body was able to handle the work out, with out giving me agony! I just wanted to say i love version 1, and i am buying version 2 whether or not i would win this! Thanks for creating a program that is all encompassing and demanding, but keeps internal health in mind!

abhishek July 17, 2010 at 2:55 am

I will just sum it all up in a few words..Experience optimum fitness and excellent health..anytime..anywhere ..anyone

Comments on this entry are closed.

{ 2 trackbacks }