I'm interested in TACFIT Mass Assault dumbbell program. Unfortunately, RMAX / TACFIT pages do not explain in details which exercises, which weights, which sequences are used in Mass Assault. To find out one needs to buy a program without actually understanding it.
I wonder how would TACFIT Mass Assault compare with "Dinosaur" style high weight low reps dumbbell programs.
You're probably familiar with Brooks Kubik and his "Dinosaur" training philosophy. After watching his Dino DVD I: The Lost Art of Dumbbell Training I started "dino" style dumbbell workout, adjusting dumbbell weights down to meet my non-iron abilities:
Two bells Clean & Press, 30+30 lbs, 3 reps, 3 sets
One arm swing (each arm), 50 lbs, 2 reps, 3 sets
One arm Clean & Press (each arm), 40 lbs, 2 reps, 3 sets
Deadlift, 60+60 lbs, 5 reps, 2 sets
On earm dumbbell row (lawnmover) (each arm), 60 lbs, 10 reps