I know you really want to learn how to melt away your excess adipose tissue with just 15 minutes of exercise. But the other voice in your head is screaming “You know that’s not possible!! You have to work out long and hard and even then…you probably won’t see much result!”
Welcome to T-Tapp! There is a reason it’s called “The Workout That Works”.
I hate hearing all the “pundits” spouting off about how exercise is not an effective way to lose weight. It is so discouraging to people. Yes, they then talk about how it is great for your health but let’s face it…we want it to first make us look better and then we’ll work on our health.
If I could share a program with you that actually allowed you to look better quickly and at the same time helped you feel SOOO much better AND it only took 15 minutes a day, wouldn’t you at least want to try it?
This is truly the promise of T-Tapp.
But I have to clarify something here. First of all, you might not lose much weight. Stick with me here Ladies! Instead, you will lose inches and sizes! After all…isn’t this what you are really after? Who cares what you weigh as long as you are smaller, tight and toned???
How does T-Tapp do this?
When you learn the T-Tapp technique, you will be putting your body in proper spinal alignment and then doing specific moves while activating your muscles! This creates strong, long, lean muscle density.
You will be burning fat while building muscle. I always love it when people say muscle weighs more than fat. Actually, a pound of muscle and a pound of fat both weigh…a pound. But take a look at the difference in the amount of space they take up in your body.
Here’s another interesting factoid. Muscle is very metabolically active and fat is inert. This means that when you have more muscle on your body, you will burn more calories (or use more energy) even at rest. With fat, not so much. This is another reason you want to build and/or maintain your muscle mass.
As we get a little older, we find (speaking from personal experience) that we need to be more careful with our nutrition, stress, sleep and yes…movement.
Muscle mass declines with age, starting in the 40s and picking up speed after about age 50. Then the typical rate of muscle loss really begins to outpace the rate of muscle gain, so that there’s an increasing net deficit, says Robert Wolfe, a professor of geriatrics and director of the Center for Translational Research in Aging and Longevity at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
This means we need to do whatever we can to build and maintain our muscle mass especially as we get older.
Most of us believe that to build muscle, we have to lift weights and work out hard. Having done and taught T-Tapp for over 17 years, EXPERIENCE (notice I didn’t say belief) has shown me this is not the ONLY way to build muscle. Yes, that works. But who has the time and desire to do it? If you don’t, then I urge you to check out T-Tapp and see there is another way.
Here’s the other caveat…when you do the 15 minute T-Tapp workout, once you learn the moves, you’ll need to go to your personal maximum. The more you do that, the better your results.
If you’ve been doing the 15 minute workout and not getting the results you are looking for, I invite you to either come to one of my classes if you are local to me or do a few private T-Tapp sessions. I do these in person and via the internet. What a concept…personal T-Tapp training via the internet. You don’t even have to leave your living room, put on makeup, fight the traffic, find a parking space…I do recommend putting on a sports bra though! Just saying!
For example, check out the results Elizabeth got during her 60 Day Challenge. She lost 15.5 inches and all she did was the 15 minute workout and the short walking workout. And this was after having a head injury that was so painful she could barely go to school.
Elizabeth is only one of thousands of people who have discovered you don’t have to spend hours in the gym, lift heavy weights or starve yourself skinny.
You just have to experience the power of T-Tapp!