Alberto Gallazzi – Clubbell 5×5
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If I look BACK……But in the days when I served as an immediate protection agent, I always trained to be stronger and more functional for my job and less so for my physique.. Of course, I always watched my diet, but more for the quality, not the quantity. In other words, six packs wasn’t my top priority. Over time, I began to live a very stressful life with many hours of duty and no specific time for either training or proper nutrition. It was a nightmare. For exercise, barbells and dumbbells were the main tools available in the division’s office and abroad.
My problem is that I’ve never enjoyed regular workouts, and I’ve always tried to spend as little time as possible with regular exercises. I have always trained with various non-traditional lifts or presses and pull-ups. I wanted to challenge my body with every workout, and I will train every single day except Sunday! Of course, my training sessions were never very long (time was limited), but they were intense. I’ve never trained to the point of exhaustion because I’ve always believed that we should train to create energy for other activities, rather than rolling around on the ground aching after a workout.
IN THOSE YEARS……I found an old book that talked about a system that was very popular in the late 60s called 5×5! It was love at first sight. 3 challenging exercises with 5 reps and 5 sets, followed by 2 finisher exercises. I immediately tried the system as it was and felt great. The only thing I changed was my daily schedule and adapted my routine based on my body’s feedback from day to day. I quickly realized that I was getting stronger fast, and guess what?..I kept developing more strength, more weight, and then more muscle. My head started thinking about the possibilities and I started exploring more. Over the next few years, I was lucky enough to start working alongside an old friend who became my coach, Scott Sonnon, and his CST system.
THANKS TO SCOTT……I was introduced to the tool of my life … club call! I focused on years of training to perfect the technique before exploring a new area and measuring swing and push for my personal fitness needs. In my opinion, the club bell is one of the best simulators. A few years ago, I developed the 1st 5×5 Clubbell approach, based on 3 challenging exercises and 2 finishers, to perform in various variations and progressions. People who trained with him started asking me for more because they saw quick, real results in terms of their functional strength as well as their body composition. Since I’m the kind of person who likes to experiment with a new strategy, I experimented with swinging and pressing a 90-pound bell to some kind of complex one-light movement. In these trials, I realized that some of the power went in one direction. My brain started working again, and now I’ve developed something that I think will challenge all Clubbell swingers and improve their strength in new ways.
THIS NEW 5×5……will give you a lot to do. From restoring the old technique to incorporating more complexity into your complex exercises, your body and nervous system will need to constantly adapt, and you will control the explosiveness and growth of your body. I’ll teach you how to do it during the week, how to integrate high-intensity WOD if you’re practicing TACFIT, and give you new specific warm-ups and new cooling downs so you can get in and out of the session painlessly. I will tell you when to switch to high load and complexity, and when to switch to refinement mode, especially if your age is no longer approaching 30 years. 5×5 will also help you improve your body composition and overall health!Special thanks to my mentor and brother master trainer Scott Sonnon for changing the way I think about fitness!Alberto, portrette was born and raised in the suburbs of Milan in the North of Italy in 1970. As a child, I was very active until I was 12.
Around this time, I stopped all physical activity and for 2 years just swallowed food in my mouth. The end result left me with a hefty 89kg at the age of 14, and it wasn’t muscle mass. In the end, I decided to change something and started taking kung fu classes. At some point, while my body was recovering, I met my “first” love: full-contact kickboxing. As I continued to train, I found myself competing, winning several medals, the Italian Championship, and several professional fights!At the age of 18, I volunteered for the army, served in an airborne division, and then became very active in many units. When I left the army, I continued to manage Security at various clubs in Italy and abroad. After a while, I decided to move to the United States. I spent 5 years traveling around the country, learning different styles of martial arts and learning from the best trainers. During this time, I worked for various security companies, including in California, where I worked as a bail agent.
After 5 years in the United States, I was hired by a Swiss diplomat to lead its security, and I returned to Europe. I found myself working closely with security across the EU, the Middle East, South Africa and many other countries. In the end, I opened a security training company called Secutor, which was engaged in physical training and developed a special combat program for special forces in Italy and abroad.I am now the EU Director for RMAX International and the head of tacfit’s Military Division, representing the work of Scott Sonnon. I studied under Dr. Dennis Hanover and received a 3rd degree black belt in ju-jitsu from Dennis. In 2008, I even won a gold medal at the World Championships in Israel . I combined everything I learned under my mentor Scott Sonnon and my second father Dennis Hanover to develop a combat training method called tacfit Survival Jiu-Jitsu.
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