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Thanks for the link Paul, that's what I meant.
I spent some time looking around and still unsure about how I should start. Suggestions ?
Where do I start? CST or TACFIT?
I tried out for EOD when i was in the Navy. I passed the PT and got all the recommendations. Then D.C. sent back my package and said to try again in 2 years. Then I met my wife, had kids and the rest is history. Since this was in '91 I guess it was for the best since EOD mortality seemed high after that point.
So, I have been keeping active all these years. I've had 3 major injuries: Fractured Mandible (Jaw), Ruptured Achilles Tendon, and Compression Fractures of T4/T5 vertebrae. In each instance I defied the Medical system and used my own PT to recover and get back to life (and off of the meds).
Now all these years later I finally realize that my true passion is in Physical Training and helping others keep fit. I really am ready to follow my path. A few years ago I paid a personal trainer A LOT of $$ for a couple of years. While he was good and making me sweat, I realize he really did not do much for the long term.
I have done a bit of research and I can tell that Scott's programs are right in line with what I want to do with my life.
I know that I should switch over to using the Clubbels and such. I am just overwhelmed with the amount of systems he has.
Where do I start?
Hi, my name is Dean, a recently certified CST Instructor, it's great to hear about your interest in CST. You have many options that will get you going. Coach Ryan Hurst has two great online programs that you might want to look into; CST Prep, and CST 101. I took the prep class prior to participating in the IC last month and It was money well spent.
Other great options would be TacFit Commando which is bodyweight only (no clubbells), or the Clubbell® Training Black Book. Both of these programs integrate all three rings of the CST system and will keep you busy for some time to come. From the standalone RMAX products that you've most likely been checking out the essentials would be Intu-Flow®, Flow-Fit, the Encyclopedia of Clubbell® Training, and the Prasara DVD's.
There is a lot here, take your time and dig in.
"Don't get set into one form, adapt it and build your own, and let it grow, be like water."
— Bruce Lee
Hello and I am way new. I have a sheet of paper that includes all of these warm up exercises and I have no idea how to do them... Is there a place that show/tell me what they are?
I guess I am looking for a step by step and yes I have read the material. I have the calender, the warmup excercises and the basic recruit moves. I am just not sure how to put them all together.
I am very excited about this.
If this is TACFIT Commando that you are talking about there should be "how to" videos along with follow along videos for all the exercises all the way through.
Yes, this is TacFit Commando. Hmmm, then I am not sure what I am looking for in what I downloaded. I have quite a bit that I download, but I don't remember any beginner videos. Can you tell me what I am looking for? Thanks for your help
You should download all videos form your download portal
I have deluxe version TFC.
I tell you what I do.
I put all warm-up (intu fl ow)videos and named them 1-3 and I launch playlist every No intensity day.
The same goes with cool-down(prasara) videos and low intesity days
For the mod and high day I put warmup # as 1, recruit simulation # as 2 and coll down # as 3 in mission # catalogue to launch in playlist.
# is the number of mission.
Hope that helps
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