This is the second part of my four-part series on exercise: Let’s Move. Be sure to read the first part if you missed it. I’ve been doing T-Tapp for the past year and not only have I lost inches, but it has also helped me manage chronic pain in my lower back. A big thanks to Kayla Howard for writing the post below!
I’m not sure when it happened, but someone high-jacked my mirror. The person I see reflected back at me, well….just isn’t me.
Why does she look so tired? When did she grow in size? Where has her sparkle gone?
Have you ever had those thoughts? 6 years ago that’s what I was thinking. Although it’s painful to admit you need to change something about the way you eat and/or exercise, it can be the breaking point that propels you to progression.
When we start a journey of transformation, the question rises, “How?”
People are trained to let their first thought go to diet when they want to reshape their body and lose weight. For some reason our culture has trained us that it’s all about eating less. That’s not 100% accurate.
Most of you already eat healthy. Some of you already eat really, really healthy. But your body still won’t budge the pudge simply because you need to move it!
I was an exercise hater myself. I did not want to “move it, move it.” I wanted to be skinny without diet OR exercise. Unfortunately, that didn’t work well for me. Since I already ate healthy, I chose to add fitness to my life instead of counting calories.
Mindy asked me to share about T-Tapp with you—that’s one of our favorite ways to move our body! Are you ready?
What is T-Tapp and why is it so great?
T-Tapp is a sequence of movements designed by fitness expert, Teresa Tapp. The goal is to put the body in proper alignment to optimize bodily functions. Getting your body in correct alignment enhances your body’s ability to burn fat, move lymph, and sculpt muscles!
T-Tapp is done without fancy equipment—just you, your tennis shoes and your DVD player.
- T-Tapp comprehensively works the full length of the muscles from origin to insertion to produce long, lean muscles with beautiful “cuts”.
- The principles you learn from T-Tapp can be applied to any exercise routine to enhance the results.
- T-Tapp is more than just burning calories/fat – it literally resets and rebuilds your primary body functions (i.e.: lymphatic system, endocrine system, metabolic rate and elimination systems, among others).*
- T-Tapp boosts thinking and brain power by crossing the mid-line of the body.
- T-Tapp movements and sequences are very rehabilitative, especially for the lower back and knees. They look so simple – but they provide a workout like no other. *
- You’ll never work just one muscle group with T-Tapp. This workout is designed to fatigue muscle groups layer by layer, working 5-7 muscles groups at a time!
So what did T-Tapp do for me? Without changing my diet, purchasing an expensive home gym or compromising time with my children, I reached my goal in 5 months time. Not only did I reach my goal but I have maintained that goal for 6 years, predominately spending only 15 minutes 3-5 times per week! And furthermore, T-Tapp helps the fit get fitter! Check out my 30 day results after T-Tapping for 3 years. I bet you can workout for 15 minutes too!
Win a T-Tapp Workout
Now—it’s giveaway time! If you’d like to win a FREE Stepping Away the Inches T-Tapp Workout, follow the directions below.
I’m using the Rafflecopter widget below for all entries. You will need to complete the first mandatory entry in order to be eligible to win. Then the rest of the entry options will be unlocked for you. I will be verifying all entries so be sure to actually do them! The giveaway starts today and will end at 12:01 am EST on Thursday, January 24, 2013. I will announce the winner later that day. (Oh, and you can earn an extra entry EVERY DAY by tweeting about this giveaway.)
Kayla Howard is a stay at home wife and homeschooling mom who loves to teach the T-Tapp method of staying fit in 15 minutes a day from the comfort of your own home. She is a Biblical Health Coach and Master T-Tapp Trainer, certified to teach all forms of T-Tapp. If you’d like to know more about becoming and staying fit and healthy, Kayla is happy to answer your questions! Visit her website: www.kaylahoward.com