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Tacfit Commando Review: Is Scott Sonnon’s Program a Scam?

Remember, any program that is shorter in duration can only work when intensity is applied. You’re not going to lose fat by ‘dogging’ a fifteen minute workout. Tacfit CommandoTacfit Commando Review is no magic bullet, and doesn’t claim to be…so please don’t purchase this training system if that’s what you’re after.

Additionally, if you’re not into the whole special ops theme that the material is presented in, then TACFIT Commando is definitely NOT for you.

But if you’re looking to sculpt a ripped James Bond-like physique and have the athletic and performance abilities to back up the bod…and if you’re willing to push yourself to new limits and practice great discipline with a fresh new program that’s unlike anything you’ve ever tried before…then TACFIT Commando may very well be the yin to your yang.

I’ve always admired and looked up to guys like Navy SEALs, MMA fighters and other real-life badasses who possess ridiculous performance abilities…and have a calendar-worthy body as a result. You’ve heard me say time and time again that the best way to transform your body is to start training to get stronger, run faster, jump higher, recover quicker, etc…and stop training to lose fat and build muscle.

In other words, switch your mindset to adopt more of a performance-based focus and a stellar body will become an unavoidable side effect of this ambition. TACFIT Commando is built around this exact principle, which is pretty damn cool if you ask me. So if you think you’ve got the cojones to train like some of the world’s most dangerous guys, I suggest you man up.

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