Review of Tacfit Kettlebell Spetsnaz

To understand the Tacfit Kettlebell Spetsnaz system, you can look at the background of its primary trainer, Scott Sonnon. Also, you can look at the Tacfit Commando Fitness system. The exercise systems are based on training your muscular system, your neurological system, your mobility (shoulders, knees, elbows, etc.), your varying intensity level, and other foundational exercise concepts.

When the Tacfit Kettlebell Spetsnaz system was released a few months ago, I purchased and incorporated the program into my exercise routine. It is an excellent program that empowers and enables you develop and even master the use of the kettlebell to become physically fit which includes being tactically fit.

Two of the key benefits I receive by doing this kettlebell system are:

* training my muscular and neurological system by using simple, compound, and complex movements.

* economically use my time to exercise (it does not take long)

These are key benefits because you want to get the results without spending a lot of time. As with the Tacfit Commando System, this system is about quality (not just quantity). The training days are simply broken down into a simple (yet powerful) 4-day cycle:

* No intensity day using joint mobility movements

* Low intensity day using compensatory yoga movements

* Moderate intensity day using strength practice with kettlebell movements

* High intensity day using metabolic conditioning kettlebell movements

A few years ago, I checked out a Kettlebell program from a renowned trainer. He introduced many movements such as the Windmills, Clean and Presses, Swings, etc. Here was a big drawback. There was no incremental progress to get into those difficult movements such as the Windmill. You can get injured if you do not do the movement properly. With the Tacfit Kettlbell Spetsnaz system, you build your skill level incrementally and soundly using basic movements to eventually do those difficult movements such as the Windmill. This makes a huge difference on your progress with kettlebells.

The four levels with different mission days are: Pre-Recruit, Recruit, Grunt, and Commando. You build yourself up by mastering the simple movements, complex movements, and complex movements. You also adjust you intensity level so that your body especially your joint will recover and recuperate. As you progress through the program, you develop other skills including mid-foot balance, balance, mobility, and strength.

If there is one drawback, it would be training charts. I liked the training charts from the Tacfit Commando system which broke down each specific day. They did it differently in this system where they give you the movements for each cycle. I would rather take notes each day of the program.

The kettlebell is a tool. It can be an effective tool if you get the skills developed. This can be attained through the Tacfit Kettlebell Spetsnaz system.



Source by Pascasio JR Felisilda

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