Scott B. Sonnon is COO for RMAX International. He is an adjunct instructor for the US Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) and has acted as an SME for many agencies including: Israeli LOTAR Counter-Terror Academy, NYPD Academy, 3/160th SOAR, U.S. Marshals Academy, U.S. DHS Office of State and Local Law Enforcement, the US CBP Use of Force Center and several U.S. Military SOF Units. He provides his consulting to the U.S. Veterans Hospitals as a service.
Scott developed the health first system: Circular Strength Training® to focus on deployable strength, mobility and resiliency. Since 1997, he has been teaching worldwide. In every country, he found the same problem: warriors shaped like their jobs, carrying an accumulated stress load; leading to shortened careers and “rusty armor.”
In answer, Scott developed TACFIT® and the first tactical fitness instructor certification course available. TACFIT athletes recover faster from acute stress response and shed chronic stress load from training and career. TACFIT has been administered to over 4,000 trainers worldwide. Units in more than 13 allied countries have formally implemented TACFIT.
Scott has been named by Men’s Health Magazine as one of the Top 25 Trainers in the World, and one of the 7 Most Influential Instructors of this Century by Black Belt Magazine, earning him a place in the National Fitness Hall of Fame, Personal Trainer Hall of Fame and the International Martial Arts Hall of Fame. He is a 5-time world martial arts champion and 6-time USA National Team Coach. He is the holder of several patents including the Clubbell®, has written 7 books, published 43 training manuals, and developed 53 specific fitness programs.
He serves as the Tactical Fitness Ambassador for 5.11. Scott and 5.11 are co-developing new technologies in tactical fitness, biomechanics and stress physiology. He leads training each day at the DHS CBP Office of Air and Marine Bellingham Branch ‘Fight Cage’ and connects this daily resource to a host of carnivores online.
Operators can learn more about TACFIT at www.TACFIT511.com. Have rusty armor and need help? Contact Scott directly at Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc.