Scott Sonnon (RMAX - CST) - Tactical Gymnastics (TACGYM) [1 PDF, 34 MP4s]
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TACGYM is Scott Sonnon抯 latest solution for the functional fitness needs of soldiers, firefighters, other servicemen, and anyone who wants to increase their movement quality and potential ?even us 搉ormal?people. In case you don抰 know Scott, he抯 a World Martial Arts Champion, USA National Coach, a Master of Sport, and a fitness instructor to some of the world抯 top special operations groups. He抯 the real deal, folks, and I抳e been honored to call him my coach for the past 5 years.
Scott claims that his TACGYM program will transform your body through movement, and after my initial impressions, I抦 inclined to believe him
What makes TACGYM unique are the unconventional, acrobatic exercises paired with effective programming that train the body in all planes of motion (3D conditioning) and with different energy system involvement. It抯 an equipment-free fitness training program that is accessible to people of all skill and conditioning levels due to its progressive nature and the fact that all of the physical skills advance in difficulty. With TACGYM, you aren抰 just training individual muscle groups, but the whole body through increasingly more complex movements that stimulate the nervous system to help you move and function more efficiently (along with other boring stuff like shredding excess bodyfat and chiseling 揾ard body?muscles ?*yawn*).
Truth be told, I抳e been looking forward to this for a LONG time. In fact, I抳e been eagerly awaiting the release of TACGYM since before it was even an idea. No, I抦 not claiming to have psychic powers or the ability to predict the future, just that I抳e been hoping for a program exactly like this to come around eventually. You see, back in 2006, I stumbled upon a little something called the BodyFlow program, which is a homemade recording of a one-day seminar teaching a few dozen unique biomechanical exercises (ie basic acrobatics). Even though it wasn抰 a Hollywood production by a long shot, the material was exceptionally good and I抳e been hooked on both the movements and the philosophy behind them ever since.
I抳e received exceptional health and fitness benefits from this type of training, but what I really like about this stuff is that it抯 FUN! It抯 truly a blast to try out new movements and explore the limits of your body. Since my first bout with BodyFlow, I抳e devoured several different permutations of the same material as it has evolved over the years, and has finally culminated into Scott Sonnon抯 Tactical Gymnastics Program ?what he calls the 4.0 evolution of his movement coaching model. I was fortunate to be offered an advanced copy of the full program to review for you.
Who is this 揓ohn guy?to be reviewing the TACGYM Program?
Before you read any further, you should know where I抦 coming from as a product reviewer. I抣l say right from the start that, apart from a single workout session, I have not used TACGYM myself. Thus, I cannot possibly give it the extensive review it deserves, but I certainly will be in the future. That aside, I think I can still offer quite a bit of insight into the program both as a fitness professional and as a consumer.
First and foremost, I抦 writing this review as a consumer. It抯 my goal to tell you everything you need to know before you purchase. By the time you抮e done reading this, you will be absolutely clear about whether or not TACGYM is right for you. My ultimate goal is clarity about the materials themselves ?both about what you get, but also concerning what is involved AFTER you purchase. I want to make sure you invest not only your money wisely, but also your time and energy. TACGYM is definitely not for everybody, but for those it IS for ?you are going to be quite impressed.
Secondly, I抦 writing this review as a fitness coach of 5 years, and someone who is intimately familiar with the Circular Strength Training system upon which TACGYM is based (certified CST Instructor since 2009) along with its product library, including the many TACFIT programs. I抦 not only familiar with the system that TACGYM is based on, but also with the individual training protocols, and even many of the movements/exercises themselves. Although I have never trained in TACGYM, I抳e been using the principles and methods behind it for years.
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