Last year, Scott Sonnon released the new-and-improved TACFIT 26 Program, which is some of his best work to date, in my opinion. It utilizes not just a variety of different fun and functional training equipment, but also a variety of different training protocols, too. Like some of Scott’s other training programs, including TACFIT Commando, TACFIT 26 is both broad and deep. You’ll not only train your whole body through a large variety of movement patterns, but you’ll also train the different energy systems, too. On top of that, it’s also scalable to both skill and conditioning level – meaning that practically anyone can use it.
Now, I could talk at length about all the reasons why I like TACFIT 26, but today, I just wanted to share a workout video to give you a tiny glimpse of what you can expect from this great program. So, here is a preview of the “Qual” Workout from Scott Sonnon’s TACFIT 26 Program. This is the Instructor-level worout (i.e., advanced). As I alluded to earlier, there are regressions for beginner and intermediate trainees, too.
The exercises are:
- Rear lunge
- Pull Plank
- Sit Thru Extension
- Screwing Pushup
- Spinal Rock Pike
- Tripod Overhead Extension
The workout protocol is 20/10 X 8 + 60. Said another way, you should perform each exercises for 8 sets of 20 seconds of work followed by 10 seconds of rest, with 1 minute of rest between exercises. That’s easier said than done. And it’s this high intensity protocol (one of several protocols) that is just one small part of why TACFIT 26 is such a great and effective training system.
Also, I put together an Interview with Scott Sonnon About the TACFIT system, which discusses the methodology behind the TACFIT 26 system at length.