Tacfit Barbarian Review
What You Should Know
Tacfit Barbarian is a workout program that utilizes parallette stands, yoga, parkour, gymnastics and wrestling to strengthen the core muscles of the body. The true measure of strength, according to the product description, is reaching the hollow body, power chamber or battery position – depending on the term you use. This position is where the parallette stands come into the picture. Hollow body is when you can hold yourself in a pushup or plank position with your feet off the floor.
List of Ingredients
- Fitness program with exercises pulled from various unique athletic programs.
To say we are slightly confused by Tacfit Barbarian would be an understatement. We know the program includes a 12-minute warm-up, four rounds of four-minute exercises (one-minute rest periods between each) followed by a five-minute cool-down. This accounts for 37 minutes of workout. The creator of Tacfit Barbarian claims the 12-minute warm-up is included to ensure muscles are limber and joints loose before hitting the active phase of the program. The program intensity ranges from one (beginner) to four (advanced). This brief description is about all the creator tells the dieter before expecting them to purchase the program.
When you pay the $70 for Tacfit Barbarian you receive a virtual program. This means there is no package, no physical books or DVDs. You must purchase parallette bars and other equipment to complete the program as written, but you can leave out the equipment if desired. Tacfit Barbarian is ideal for all people, no matter your current fitness level, according to the creator. When you download the program you need a free 4 GB of space on your personal computer to save all related files. It may be best to save the files on a back-up drive as well.
- Tacfit Barbarian comes with four stages of intensity.
- Combines multiple types of exercises into one program.
- Warm-up and stretching is critical to overall fitness.
- There is a 60-day money back guarantee.
- The program is vaguely defined, at best.
- $70 for a virtual program is rather expensive.
Tacfit Barbarian wants you to believe this program is of better quality and design than other virtual fitness programs, but the creator does not offer a sample video or show any of the exercises you will complete in the workout as a teaser to sell you on this idea. We are also skeptical that the program is good for beginners and sedentary people as the ultimate goal is to maximum strength and reach hollow body.