Wednesday, March 11, 2009
I LOVE LOVE LOVE T-Tapp!!!
Finally, it came. Well, not finally -- I just ordered it last Friday. But I've been sitting on pins and needles since I placed the order.
"IT" is T-Tapp. What is T-Tapp? Glad you asked. T-Tapp is an exercise program that I found out about years ago and had on cassette waaaay back when. Teresa Tapp, the woman who created this, ought to get the Nobel Prize or something because it REALLY works. The workout you get is unlike anything you've ever done before -- NO impact, no jumping, no stress on joints, and anybody of any fitness level or size can do them. The results are astounding. I did the workout for a stretch of 10 days once before and lost 21 inches overall (including arms and legs). You will sweat like never before, and your heart rate is increased.
This exercise routine works the core muscle group more than any other exercise I've done before, and it elongates and tones muscles without giving you bulk.
And omg, LOOK at her!! She's 51 years old!!
I included a couple of her short videos on why it works in this post. It gives some examples of a few of her exercises and explains how and why it works so well:
Omg, I can hardly wait to get started!! She gives you inserts in the package on how to lose one, two, three, or four+ clothing sizes. Of course I want to lose more than four, so I listed the workout below to accomplish this:
* Total workout 14 days in a row
* Then every other day for 4-5 weeks
* Then two days off between workouts for 4-5 weeks
* Once you have reached your desired clothing size, workout twice a week to maintain results.
The insert claims that customers lose about a clothing size per month using the Total Workout. Some lose faster and some slower, but you should see some inch loss each week.
I will sing this woman's praises until the cows come home because THIS REALLY WORKS. And no, I'm not a paid actor. :)
Her site is T-Tapp.com.
Size 14 to 0:
More here: http://t-tapp.com/success/index.html
You can even try before you buy if you choose:
Time to get workin'! :)
Posted by Beth at 5:41 PM