SF45 Packet II

$79.00

  • 4 Training Plans specifically designed to for older mountain, tactical and other high impact athletes in the 45-55 age range.
  • Train Strength, Work Capacity, Chassis Integrity and Endurance, concurrently.
  • The Price for this packet represents a 30% savings!
  • This packet and all plans withing this packet are ncluded with an Athlete’s Subscription to the website.

 

Description

The SF45 Training Packet II contains four (of eight) plans from MTI’s SF45 programming library including:

  • Echo
  • Foxtrot
  • Golf
  • Hotel

This is the second of two training packets with SF45 Training Plans.

“SF45” is an acronym for “Strength and Fitness 45” and this programming is designed for older tactical and other high impact athletes in the 45-55 age range. SF45 Programming has the following general characteristics:

Heavy, Low Volume Strength – think heavy barbel and 1-4 reps per set. The goal is to increase or maintain relative strength (strength per bodyweight) in the most efficient manner possible. Some SF45 cycles will feature bodyweight strength training, but none will include moderately loaded free weight strength training in the 5-12 reps per set range. This is to avoid unnecessary joint impact. Alpha, Bravo, and Charlie deploy this type of strength training. SF45 Delta steps away from the barbell and deploys bodyweight strength training. 

Endurance – Recreationally, most activities for athletes in this age range are outside and have a strong endurance component – biking, hunting, trail running, hiking, alpine climbing, etc. As well, for experienced athletes who’ve spent decades throwing iron around in gyms, the appeal of training inside wanes. Endurance programming includes assessment based intervals at a threshold pace, long distance intervals at an easy pace, and gym-based endurance training. This programming may include rucking and ruck running, as well as loaded step ups. Specific to this plan, SF45 Bravo, the athlete will be able to choose between running and biking.

Chassis Integrity – MTI’s mid-section training methodology aims at building transferable mid-section strength and strength endurance. Four movements are emphasized: Rotation, Anti-Rotation, Total Body, and Extension. Chassis Integrity can be trained in focused circuits, as well as in complementary gym-based endurance events.

Non-high Impact Work Capacity – In this age group, gone are the days of hard, intense, high impact multi-modal gym-based work capacity programming. For day to day training, the interest and need for this type of fitness is not worth the joint impact. Work capacity training is limited to lower impact gym exercises and shuttle sprints.

Minimal Deep Loaded Squats – For the most part these training plans avoid heavy, loaded deep squatting movements to acknowledge knee and other joint issues. There are a couple of exceptions.

 

SF45 Packet II Training Plans

Four SF45 plans are included in this packet: Echo, Foxtrot, Golf, and Hotel. Each SF45 plan is a 6x/week, 7 week training plan. Week 7 of each plan is an unload week, so the plans may be run back-to-back.  See the chart below for specifics on each plan.

 

The $79 Price for this packet represents a 30% savings!

 

COMMON QUESTIONS

What order should the plans be completed it? 
We recommend the order listed above: Echo, Foxtrot, Golf, Hotel.

What Equipment is Required?

  • Fully-equipped functional fitness gym including barbells/dumbells, plates, bumpers, rack, bench, plyo boxes, sandbag (40/60/80 pound)
  • Stop watch with countdown interval timer.
  • Optional – GPS running watch to make finding running/biking distance easy

Can the plans be purchased individually?
No – the plans can only be purchased with this packet.

Can I see sample training before purchase?
Yes, click the “Sample Training” tab above to see the entire first week of programming for each training plan

What do you mean by 15 Minute “Grind”?
You should work your way through these circuits briskly not frantically.

What if I miss a day?
Begin where you left off when you return to training. This program is progressed – each session builds upon the prior session – so don’t skip a session or skip around. Follow the training sessions in order, regardless.

Where do I find unfamiliar exercises?
See our Exercise Library HERE. The Run/Ruck Calculator is listed as an exercise.

What about nutrition?
See our Nutritional Guidelines HERE.

How do I access the plan?
You can access the plan via username and password either through our website or through our app (Mtn Tactical Fitness) available for IOS and Android.

Can I print out sessions to take to the gym?
Yes – you can print a week of programming at a time

More Questions?
Email: coach@mtntactical.com

Required Equipment


  • Fully-equipped functional fitness gym including barbells/dumbells, plates, bumpers, rack, bench, plyo boxes, sandbag (40/60/80 pound)

  • Stop watch with countdown interval timer.

  • Optional - GPS running watch to make finding running/biking distance easy

Sample Training

Below is the First Week from each Training Plan in this Packet:

 

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SF45 Echo


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MONDAY 

SESSION 1


Obj: Work Capacity, Chassis Integrity


Warm up:


3 Rounds


8x Goblet Squats @ 12kg


8x Hand Release Push ups


2x 25m Shuttle


Instep Stretch


Training:


(1) 4 Rounds


300m Shuttle Every 2:30


**** Rest 5 Minutes


(2) 70x Sandbag Getups for Time @ 40/60#


RECORD FINISH TIME


(3) 20 Minute Grind


10x Hinge Lift @ 65/95#


20/20 Standing Founder


10x Swing @ 16/20kg


20/20 Kneeling Founder


"Grind" = work steadily, not frantically


(4) 2 Rounds


Elevated Pigeon Stretch


5x Shoulder Dislocate


Frog Stretch


5x Floor Slide


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TUESDAY


SESSION 2


Obj: Endurance Assessment


Warm Up:


4 Rounds


10x Squats


5x Push Ups


Run 100m


Instep Stretch


Training:


(1) Run 5 Miles for Time


RECORD FINISH TIME


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WEDNESDAY


SESSION 3


Obj: Strength


Warm Up:


3 Rounds


Bronc Complex @ 45/65#


8x Hand Release Push Ups


Instep Stretch


Lat + Pec Stretch


Training:


(1) 8 Round Grind


3x Power Clean - increase load each Round until 3x is hard, but doable


4x Kneeling Curl to Press - increase load each Round until 4x is hard, but doable


4x Shoulder Hold Lunge - increase load each Round until 4x is hard, but doable


3/5x Pull Ups


Grind = work steadily, not frantically through the exercises in this circuit - 6 Rounds total. Expect it to take 25-30 minutes


(2) Foam Roll Complex


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THURSDAY


SESSION 4


Obj: Endurance


Training:


(1) Run 6 Miles at the "Easy Per Mile Pace" using your SESSION 2 5-Mile Run time and the MTI Running Calculator


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FRIDAY


SESSION 5


Obj: Work Capacity, Chassis Integrity


Warm up:


3 Rounds


Bronc Complex @ 45/65#


10x Push Ups


Instep Stretch


Training:


(1) 10 Minutes for Reps


3x Power Clean @ 65/95#


75m Shuttle - down 25m, back 25, down 25m


Walk back to start


**** Rest 5 Minutes


(2) 10 Rounds for Time


2x Turkish Get Ups @ 12/16kg


4x Touch/Jump/Touch


2x Turkish Getup = 2x each hand, 4x total


4x Touch Jump Touch = 4 jumps total


(3) 20 Minute Grind


20/20 Low Back Lunge


10x Face Down Back Extension


10x Good Morning @ 45#


10x Hip Bridge


"Grind" = work steadily, not frantically


(4) 2 Rounds


Toe Touch Complex


Lat + Pec Stretch


Hip Flexor Stretch


 

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SF45 Foxtrot


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MONDAY 


SESSION 1


Obj: Strength, Chassis Integrity


Warm up:


2 Rounds


10x Goblet Squats @ 12kg


10x Hinge Lift @ 65/95#


10x Hand Release Push ups


Instep Stretch


Lat + Pec Stretch


Training:


(1) 6 Rounds


4x Hinge Lift - increase load rapidly  each round and aim to get at your "hard but doable" load by round 3, and us this load "across" rounds 3-6


2/4x Pull Ups


(2) 6 Rounds


4x 2-Handed Kettlebell Clean - increase load rapidly  each round and aim to get at your "hard but doable" load by round 3, and us this load "across" rounds 3-6


4x Renegade Row @ 25/35# dumbbells or 12/16kg kettlebells


(3) 6 Rounds


4x 2-Handed Kettlebell Clean + Strict Press - increase load rapidly  each round and aim to get at your "hard but doable" load by round 3, and us this load "across" rounds 3-6


3/6x Chin Ups


(4) 15 Minute Grind ...


10x Dumbbell Crawl @ 25#


5x Slasher @ 15/20kg


5x Sandbag Getup @ 40/60#


10x Hinge @ 65/95#


(5) Foam Roll Legs, Low Back


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TUESDAY


SESSION 2


Obj: Gym-Based Endurance, Endurance


Training: 


(1) 30 Minute Grind …


10x Kettlebell/Dumbbell 1-Arm Snatch at 12/16kg or 25/35#


15x Box Jumps @ 20”


Grind = work steadily, not frantically through this circuit again and again, for 30 minutes.


(2) Run 30 Minutes, moderate pace


(3) 2 Rounds


Hip Flexor Stretch


Instep Stretch


Pigeon Stretch


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WEDNESDAY


SESSION 3


Obj: Strength, Chassis Integrity


Warm up:


2 Rounds


10x Goblet Squats @ 12kg


10x Hinge Lift @ 65/95#


10x Hand Release Push ups


Instep Stretch


Lat + Pec Stretch


Training:


(1) 6 Rounds


4x Hinge Lift - increase load rapidly  each round and aim to get at your "hard but doable" load by round 3, and us this load "across" rounds 3-6


2/4x Pull Ups


(2) 6 Rounds


4x 2-Handed Kettlebell Clean - increase load rapidly  each round and aim to get at your "hard but doable" load by round 3, and us this load "across" rounds 3-6


4x Renegade Row @ 25/35# dumbbells or 12/16kg kettlebells


(3) 6 Rounds


4x 2-Handed Kettlebell Clean + Strict Press - increase load rapidly  each round and aim to get at your "hard but doable" load by round 3, and us this load "across" rounds 3-6


3/6x Chin Ups


(4) 15 Minute Grind ...


5x Backwards Sandbag Drag @ 40/60#


5x Keg Lift @ 40/60#


5x Sandbag Toss & Chase @ 40/60#


10x Good Morning @ 45# Barbell


(5) Foam Roll Legs, Low Back


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THURSDAY


SESSION 4


Obj: Gym-Based Endurance, Endurance


Training: 


(1) 30 Minute Grind …


15 Minute Grind …


3/5x Scotty Bob @ 15/25#, then … 


1/2x Pull Up


1/2x Eccentric Pull Up (Jump up, then 5 second drop to full elbow extension


1x Tarzan Pull Up, then …


4x Squat Jumps


2x Jumping Lunges


2x Burpees


Grind = work steadily, not frantically through this circuit again and again, for 30 minutes.


(2) 500x Step Ups, moderate pace


(3) 2 Rounds


Hip Flexor Stretch


Instep Stretch


Pigeon Stretch


Comments: No rest between Parts (1) and (2).


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FRIDAY


SESSION 5


Obj: Endurance


Training:


(1) Run 6 Miles, Easy Pace


Easy = you can speak in full sentences


 

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SF45 Golf


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MONDAY 


SESSION 1


Obj: Strength, Work Capacity


Warm Up:


4 Rounds


8x Back Squat @ 65/95#


8x Hand Release Push Ups


Instep Stretch


Lat + Pec Stretch 


Training:


(1) Work up to 1RM (1 Rep Max) Back Squat


RECORD 1RM


1RM = 1 Repetition Maximum - the most you can lift for a single effort.


How to work up to 1RM:


After the warm up, add 20-30# and do 5 reps, then add 10-20 pounds and do 3 Reps, then use your judgement and add more weight and do 1 single rep. Aim to be at your 1RM by your 4th or 5th single


(2) 1 Round


20x Back Squat @ 65% 1RM.


Take 3 big, slow breaths between each rep (leave the barbell on your shoulders). 20x reps should take 3-4 min to complete if done properly. 


(3) Work up to 1RM (1 Rep Max) Bench Press


         RECORD 1RM


(4) 1 Round


20x Bench Press @ 50% 1RM.


Take 3 big, slow breaths between each rep (leave the barbell on your shoulders). 20x reps should take 3-4 min to complete if done properly.


(5) 5 Rounds for Time


8x Hinge Lift @ 95/135#


30x Step Ups


Rest 20 Seconds


(6) Foam Roll Legs, Low Back


Comments: Parts (2) and (4) aren’t fun. Expect shaking legs and arms near the end of the 20 reps. Embrace the suck and suffer through. Have a spot, if possible. If not, have safety bars ready and set. Today’s session may run a little long - up to 70 minutes.


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TUESDAY


SESSION 2


Obj: Running Assessment


Warm Up:


4 Rounds


5x Push Ups


5x Walking Lunge


Run 100m


Instep Stretch


Training:


(1) Run 2 Miles for Time


RECORD FINISH TIME


(2) 2 Rounds


Hip Flexor Stretch


Pigeon Stretch


Frog Stretch


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WEDNESDAY


SESSION 3


Obj: Strength, Chassis Integrity


Warm Up:


3 Rounds


6x Back Squat @ 40/50/60% 1RM


6x Push Ups


6x Sit Ups


Instep Stretch


Training:


(1) 1 Round


20x Back Squat @ 65% 1RM.


Take 3 big, slow breaths between each rep (leave the barbell on your shoulders). 20x reps should take 3-4 min to complete if done properly.


(2) Bench Press ...


6x Bench Press @ 30% 1RM, then, 6x Bench Press @ 40% 1RM


(3) 1 Round


20x Bench Press @ 50% 1RM.


Take 3 big, slow breaths between each rep (leave the barbell on your shoulders). 20x reps should take 3-4 min to complete if done properly.


(4) 15 Minute Grind


10x Reverse Crunch


10x Face Down Back Extensions


10x EO's


30/5/30 Sean Special


Grind = Work through this circuit repeatedly and steadily, not frantically, for 15 minutes. Expect to complete 4+ rounds of the circuit. 


(5) 2 Rounds


 HUG - Hip Mobility Drill


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THURSDAY


SESSION 4


Obj: Work Capacity, Chassis Integrity


Warm up:


10x Goblet Squat @ 12kg


10x Push Up


2x Prone to Sprint


Instep Stretch


Training:


(1) 8 Rounds For Time


5x 1-Arm Kettlebell or Dumbbell Snatch @ 12/16kg or 25/35#


4x Prone to Sprint


Rest 20 Seconds


(2) 15 Minute Grind


8x Ankles to Bar


20/20 Standing Founder


8x Bicycle Crunch


45 Second Elevated Front Bridge


Grind = Work through this circuit repeatedly and steadily, not frantically, for 15 minutes. Expect to complete 4+ rounds of the circuit. 


(3) 2 Rounds


HAM - Hip Mobility Drill


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FRIDAY


SESSION 5


Obj: Endurance - Moderate Run


Training:


(1) Run 4 Miles at a Moderate Pace


Moderate = Comfortable but not Easy.


 

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SF45 Hotel


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MONDAY 


SESSION 1


Obj: Endurance - Long


Training:


(1) 75 Minutes - Endurance Mode of Choice - swim, run, ruck, bike, etc.


Easy pace. 


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TUESDAY


SESSION 2


Obj: Strength, Work Capacity


Warm up:


3 Rounds


8x Power Clean + Push Press @ 55/75#


8x Goblet Squats @ 12kg


8x Hand Release Push ups


Instep Stretch


Lat + Pec Stretch


Training:


(1) Work up to 1RM Power Clean + Push Press


(2) 5 Rounds


2x Power Clean + Push Press @ 85% 1RM


Hip Flexor Stretch


(3) 10 Rounds, Every Minute on the Minute ...


6x Box Jumps @ 20"


4x Prone to Sprint


(4) 2 Rounds


Toe Touch Complex


Hip Flexor Stretch


5x Shoulder Dislocate


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WEDNESDAY


SESSION 3


Obj: Endurance - Medium


Training:


(1) 60 Minute Grind


50x Step Ups


Run 400m


5x Mr. Spectacular @ 12/16kg


Grind = Work steadily through this circuit again and again for 60 minutes. 


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THURSDAY


SESSION 4


Obj: Strength, Chassis Integrity


Warm Up:


3 Rounds


8x Bench Press @ 65/95#


8x Goblet Squats @ 12kg


4x 40-foot Shuttles


Instep Stretch


Lat + Pec Stretch


Training:


(1) Work up to 1RM Bench Press


(2) 6 Rounds


2x Bench Press @ 90% 1RM


Hip Flexor Stretch


(3) 20 Minute Grind


5x Kneeling Plate Half Moon @ 25/35#


5x Band Rotation


5x Sandbag Clean @ 40/60#


10x Good Morning @ 45/65#


(4) 2 Rounds


15 Second Jane Fonda


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FRIDAY


SESSION 5


Obj: Endurance - Short


Training:


(1) Run 40 minutes, Moderate Pace. 


Moderate = Comfortable but not easy.

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Where do I find unfamiliar exercises?
See our Exercise Library HERE. The Run and Ruck Calculators are listed as exercises.

What about nutrition?
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