This week I started T-Tapp and did two 15 minutes workouts (30 minutes) twice with my children. If you haven’t heard of T-Tapp before, you might want to give this program a look.
It was developed by a woman named Teresa Tapp. She is a physiologist and rehabilitative trainer. Over many years of research and practice as a physical therapist, she developed a system of movements that focus on using all of the muscels in the body, increase flexibility, and increase metabolism.
This program is a rehabilitative and health maintenance program that promotes alignment with your spine, and movement of the lymphatic system. This is not the standard exercise program. Teresa Tapp also recommends no diet change for people using her system. These body movements are not what you have heard about before. They are specialized movements that target key areas of the body. There is very little bouncing or jumping and is easy on the joints and has smooth movements. Please read The Difference Between T-Tapp and other excercise systems to learn more.
My muscles were so tired after doing this video. I could feel the burn after a couple of repetitions of each different movement. I couldn’t believe how much can get accomplished in just 15 minutes.
I have wanted to start T-Tapp ever since hearing Charlotte Siem’s testimoney. She is a homeschool mom of 12 children. That’s right, 12 children! She went from a size 22 to a size 8 in one year and now maintains a size 4/6 and has kept the weight off for 4+ years. What is so remarkable is that the only change in her life she made was using the T-Tapp program for 15 minutes a day, several days a week, and no dieting.
I am more flexible this week than I have been over the past year since having my surgery. I noticed during the first YMCA class I took, that my body could not turn very well from side to side. The instructor would tell us to wiggle our hips and also to use the hip to turn one direction or another. I could not do it. It was as if my hips were locked in place. I could bend forward and back, but not thrust my hips in either direction at the waist. After doing the T-tapp workout, I felt more flexible. During the week I felt one hip unlock and allow a little movement. My instructor at the Y noticed I had more movement during the class this week. I told her I had started using T-tapp. By the end of the week I felt both hips unlock and I feel more flexible, though I am still not able to move them as far as I want to yet. I want to include T-tapp three days or more in my activity routine for next week.