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Tacfit is a discipline of functional workouts and is based on free body exercises combined with kettlebells, rings, parallels, rubber bands, ropes and clubbells (tools specifically designed for Tacfit).
Tacfit comes from CST (Circular Strength Training) developed by Scott Sonnon and is aimed to stimulate the whole body: muscles and joints are trained to the most intense physical effort.
The execution of the exercises must be carried out at maximum speed, but with one’s best technique and execution.
For this reason, at East Side Gym we guarantee specific and personalized advice during Tacfit classes as well as training up or scaling down to one’s abilities.
A Tacfit training session lasts approximately 60 minutes and is structured in several phases. The first phase consists on warmup exercises (about 15-20 minutes). The next phase consists of more intense and demanding exercises (20-30 minutes), and concludes with a “cooldown” which is used to restore neuromuscular balance (about 15-20 minutes). There are 26 Tacfit training programs, using the NATO alphabet (from Alpha to Zulu). Each can be conducted using four different difficulty levels: the levels go from beginner level (Delta), all the way to the most difficult level (Alpha), which requires more physical effort.
The objectives of Tacfit are freedom of movement and muscle stimulation. Training will improve muscle elasticity, agility and balance, as well as cardiovascular benefits, thanks to the high heart rate (between 70 and 80%) reached during the training.