The Tactical Fitness Personal Gym System
Tacfit 26: New Generation
An “old-school, New-science” Retro-tech Home-gym.
108 Workouts, Specific Warmups And Cooldowns, Never Boring Progressive Functional Fitness.
Validated By Federal Agencies, Special Ops And Rescue Teams To Eliminate Injury And Improve Fitness.
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Gym Tips and Workout Ideas
Whether fitness newbie or seasoned expert, having the right workout ideas and gym tips can totally transform a mediocre, monotonous workout routine into an exciting, fun experience that will motivate you to stay active and reach your fitness goals.
As a long time personal trainer, probably thousands of people walk through health clubs doing the same boring routine day after day and never making any real progress.
Some of them look confused as to what they should be doing and many, while extremely self-disciplined and motivated, seem very bored with their routine.
That’s where having appropriate gym tips come into play.
Most people either get their workout ideas from reading magazines, watching others, or dusting old high school and college athletic training tactics.
While these are all valid and even logical sources of information, how can you apply it to your specific fitness goals and create a plan appropriate for you?
What if you’ve gained 30 pounds since high school or suffered a back or knee injury that needs to be addressed?
High school basketball drills and fancy magazine exercises may not be realistic.
You don’t have to be a fitness novice to know that putting together a challenging new workout plan for each week while juggling a career, home, and family can be challenging for even the most experienced fitness participant or athlete.
A simple method has been created for determining where to look for gym tips and workout ideas that will work for you.
Before diving into the most advanced exercises or looking through scores of information that seems totally irrelevant to you personally, you must first determine your knowledge base and potential limitations and from there create a map to your goals.
Rate yourself from 1 to 10 in the following three categories.
First, cardiovascular conditioning, how much do you know about the various methods of cardiovascular exercise and how to apply it directly to reach your goals?
Second, muscular strength and endurance, do you have the knowledge to strength train with proper form and technique?
Third, nutrition, how much do you really know about healthy eating?
Gym Tips and Workout Ideas for those scoring 1-3 in two of three categories.
If you are new to working out or have just joined a health club after a long time away, you need at least 4 sessions with a personal trainer.
A good personal trainer will give you a personalized exercise prescription which hopefully includes basic nutrition tips, cardiovascular instruction, and strength training.
Although the expense of training is often a major deterrent to new health club members, it should be considered an investment in your health and insurance that the money you paid for your membership will go to good use.
Getting in shape is a journey; consider your introductory sessions to be a personalized map to assist you in finding your way.
If even after compelling argument, you choose not to spend money on personal training, there are placed some getting started videos created by the ACSM (American College of Sports Medicine) on the blog.
The videos describe how to get in shape and give you some workout ideas to help you get learn some exercise basics.
Gym Tips and Workout Ideas for those scoring 4-6 in two of three categories
Scoring between 4-6 on a variety of categories puts you right in the middle of the pack.
You don’t necessarily know everything there is to know about fitness, but you aren’t a beginner either.
If this is you, you probably enjoy working out but maybe your lifestyle doesn’t allow you the time to plan meals or exercise as often as you wish.
No matter what circumstances are determining your score, The right direction can help many people in this category go from good to great as it relates to their fitness plan.
The first step in doing this is determining exactly what your goals are.
Weight loss, more intense workouts, more creative workouts, building strength and getting lean are goals that often heared from people who have been working out for a long time but have yet to reach their goals.
Once you’ve determined your goals, It us recommend finding a few trustworthy resources that focus solely on the goals you have chosen for yourself.
Ideally, these resources will educate you in the following areas: nutrition, cardio, strength training, and flexibility. These four areas are the key to long term health and goal achievement.
It’s important to use only 1-3 trusted resources that apply directly to the goal you are trying to achieve.
People often refer to so many resources that they go in 5 directions at once and end up going in circles.
When you allow 1 or 2 reputable resources to guide you, you’ll be more clear one single goal.
Once you’ve achieved that goal you can move to the next.
This system will help you clearly identify what does and doesn’t work for you.
Gym Tips and Workout Ideas for those scoring 7-10 in two of three categories.
If you scored between 7-10 in all three categories, you’ve most likely been training your entire life as an athlete, runner, or general fitness enthusiast.
Many of the people they work with are in this category; they are very driven, motivated, and hungry for the information that will allow them to continually challenge themselves day after day, year after year.
If this is you, the basic fitness information that’s flooded the market doesn’t really have much meaning.
You are looking to fill the void that comes from monotonous, repetitive workouts that never change.
The blog is dedicated to giving you instruction and tips that you can use to create challenging and fun workout routines.
You’ll find series of questions on the blog that may help you further identify which gym tips and workout ideas will work for you.
Answers to these questions can be used by people of all fitness levels to assist in finding the right direction and insight into your personal challenges and goals.
Jes Reynolds is a fitness professional who has been studying health & fitness for over 12 years.
In addition to actively participating in health, fitness and athletics, Jessica received a B.S. Kinesiology from Michigan State Univeristy.
Her combined education and experience working with all types of individuals, from the physically or mentally handicapped to the elite athlete, allows her to understand both the scientific and behavioral aspects of weight loss, fitness and athletics.
BORED WITH REPETITION? WANT VARIETY?
If you want to accelerate rapid aging, stop moving, and let machines control you.
Neuroscientists recently discovered that our brain evolved for one specific purpose: to increase variety of movement potential.
Is it any wonder why the conventional machine-driven approach has failed us? Itʼs counter to our very nature!
A return to the ancient tools which have survived millennia of testing, coupled with a modern scientific understanding of “the fascial web” of human movement, allows us to always have variety.
If you had over a hundred workouts, which would only ever have simple steps, never confusing, always easy to understand because they’re the NEXT step that your body craves, then you would have enough variety to last a lifetime.
The “lifetime of fitness”, validated and proliferated over the past 14 years. It is a step-by-step program, turn-key fashion that you’ll never feel lost or overwhelmed, and yet you always feel perfectly stimulated to have continued progress and results.
Nothing in the entire fitness world has ever been created for this purpose with such front-loaded preparation that you only need to turn the page and discover exactly what to do next.
NO TIME TO EXERCISE? NO PROBLEM.
You should never need more than one half of an hour.
Many days are less than this; and they’re all only 20 minutes of exercise. The rest specifically restores your movement and compensates for any tension you hold in your body.
Don’t think that 20 minutes can make a difference?
Believe this: less is more.
If you’re exercising more than 20 minutes, you’re probably hurting your growth potential! 20 minutes is always just on the outside of what you need.
When you study the science behind why this works so elegantly, you discover how freedom of movement sets you up for an “anabolic window.”
20 minutes is not only what you need; it’s all you need!
MISSING EQUIPMENT? NO WORRIES! YOU ARE YOUR OWN GYM!
One specific formula avoids redundant movements. Variety must be meticulously programmed in the past 14 years of developing this system that you now see, and in the past 7 years, they have been extremely busy implementing it into federal agencies, military units and martial art gyms in 22 countries.
They have fully programmed it so that if you don’t have any of these low-cost, old-school tools yet, you receive a supplementary library of bodyweight-only exercises to support you until you can get your hands on, or make a do-it-yourself homemade version of these classics.
ACHEY AND HURT, ALWAYS STRUGGLING, FLOUNDERING, VERY TIGHT OR NEVER PREPARED TO EXERCISE?
The RECOVERY focused drills, and the fundamental basics necessary for entering exercise safely, for progressing consistently and for ELIMINATING injury.
This system isn’t for the “hardcore” masochists, despite that some of the toughest warriors on the planet have officially adopted it.
They have adopted it because this method focuses on developing RESILIENCY-FIRST and then as a result of that your true inner TOUGHNESS comes out.
Where juvenile, undereducated bootcamp instructors scream for you to just “tough it out” and stop being a pansy, they don’t realize that true toughness is not born, but trained.
If they understood the science of resilience – which is the ability to recover – then they’d discover that toughness is actually the ability to resist failing, because of first having become resilient.
SO, WHAT DOES TACFIT26 INVOLVE?
There are 26 main programs in TACFIT26, each is named after a letter in the Nato alphabet from Alpha to Zulu.
It involves a before and after test, called the “Qual” which represent all of the primary movement patterns necessary for real-life tactical fitness.
Not everyone starts at the same level or progresses at the same constant, so there are also four levels to each exercise in those 26 programs.
Each level is named after the first four Greek letters: Alpha, for the top performance; Beta, for the toughened pack; Gamma, for the segue to strength conditioning; and Delta, as a gross motor bare minimum to get you started, and to which you often performed even if you run with the Alpha dogs sometimes.
You will even become effective at using these four levels like notes on a trumpet, up and down with pitch intensity; you may start with Delta, feel warmed up and switch to Gamma, perform a few rounds of Beta or one or two of Alpha, and then regress all the way down to Delta to finish with good form.
The TACFIT mission is operational readiness: increased performance without injuries and pain.
In the full package you will also have access to a bodyweight plugin which will give you a bodyweight exercise alternative to any protocol for which you do not have equipment.
No excuses. You are your own gym. You’ll read more about this under the “What Will You Need?” section below.
Also, included are very specific micro-warmups and micro-cooldowns, which call mobility and compensation, respectively.
These alone are worth the price of the program, as stated by special operations units who have adopted TACFIT as their official physical training method.
You would expect that elite operators of their level would be interested only in conditioning which destroys them.
Quite the opposite. They’re experienced enough to not be deluded by ego.
Real commandos need to be fully ready to perform at any time, and these micro courses of mobility and compensation can be used in just minutes to prepare you for and from high levels of stress, over use, misuse and disuse.
This sounds like a lot but the system is massive, like an ocean, but included here are charts which plot your course for you, so that you navigate through YOUR fitness at your rate of recovery, not someone else’s.
You can feel at ease that tens of thousands have paved the way for you, and government level evaluation has proven the results to be statistical fact.
WHAT WILL YOU NEED?
For TACFIT26, you will need 1 clubbell, 1 kettlebell, 1 medicine ball, 1 sandbag, 1 box, 1 pair of suspension straps and a place to hang it for pullups: 7 pieces of low-cost, old-school, high-adaptability tools which you could fit in a suitcase and take anywhere, anytime.
For those of you who don’t have a full TACFIT26 suite yet, then a bodyweight alternative for each of the protocols. You’ll need to fill out your journal every day which that have provided for you.