TACFIT Commando primarily uses what’s called the 20/10×8 + 60 protocol. That is, 20 seconds of work, followed by 10 seconds of rest, repeated 8 times without stopping – then 60 seconds of rest before beginning the next exercise. It’s a spin-off of the popular Tabata high-intensity interval training protocol.
In fact, all TACFIT Commando workouts follow this protocol and implement it with a handful of exercises. Here’s an example of CST Coach, Matt Marchant, performing one round of the 20/10×8 + 60 protocol with the sit-thru knee exercise, which is great for core rotational strength.
So, as you can see, it’s a pretty tough protocol. And in this particular workout, you would perform that protocol with six different exercises for one complete workout (plus warmup and cooldown). And if you’re thinking that’s pretty tough, you’d be right! And that’s why TACFIT Commando delivers results like these: TACFIT Commando Results.
And that’s why Matt Marchant’s first 28 days of results from following TACFIT Commando are definitely not typical either: What 28 Days of TACFIT Commando can do to your body.
Check out my complete TACFIT Commando Review to find out if this program is right for you.