When Daniel Craig stepped out of the surf on a Bahamas beach, he melted women around the world and spiked browser searches from guys looking for that incredible James Bond physique. Fitness marketers capitalized on the moment by offering the usual bodybuilding-style workouts and labeling them Bond. But anyone who knows anything about tactical ops wasn’t fooled.
A guy like Bond needs more than show muscle to save the world — he needs serious go muscle — because it isn’t enough to look pretty when Blofeld comes calling. And when real life secret agents need go muscle, they turn to TACFIT Commando.
The entire TACFIT Commando program is bodyweight-only and can be completed in about the same amount of space you’d need to lie down in. It only takes 20 minutes, but we’ve packed it with an intensity and fat melting power most athletes don’t even tap in a full hour of training — because real-world tactical operators don’t have time to piss around.
As if that weren’t enough, TACFIT will also teach you a few of the slick moves used by real life spies in the field. You’ll be able to run, jump and slide like Bond in that crazy opening parkour sequence and you’ll floor the ladies just like he did when you walk up the beach.
TACFIT Commando is based on actual programs “Flow Coach” Scott Sonnon is using right now to train Israeli counter-terrorism, SEALs and secret service, American special ops personnel, bodyguards to the Italian Prime Minister, US federal agents, firemen, law enforcement agencies and MMA fighters.
There’s a reason why women are obsessed with those firefighter calendars. Real-life heroes have to stay fit to stay safe on the job, but the high-intensity training methods they use also keep them shredded and “photo-ready.”
"Flow Coach” Scott Sonnon was already an accomplished fighter with several championships under his belt when he traveled behind the tattered remains of the Iron Curtain to seek out ancient martial wisdom backed by Soviet sport science.
He trained with all those shady groups we cast as movie bad guys in the 80’s: Spetsnaz, national and Olympic coaches, secret police, special forces, and even the cosmonaut program. Each new agency and department added another piece of the puzzle—but none of it came on a platter.
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