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01-04-2010, 10:18 AM
What is the best DVD to buy for an absolute beginner?
I'm a bit lost. Any suggestions or hints would be appreciated.
01-04-2010, 11:04 AM
First, do you have any particular problems, ie back, knee, heart, etc. Or do you have alot of inches to lose, if so MORE is the best one. I started out with TWO, The total workout dvd and its great but I way overdid it in the beginning.
MORE is a good value as it has 4 workouts on one DVD. TWO (Total Workout) is the meat and potatoes of T-tapp and you could use it forever and never need another. Both have instructionals for each workout and I'd advise you to stay with the instructionals longer than you thin k you should. They really help you start to use the proper form immediately and usually it is harder than you think to keep great form so that is why the instructionals are dynamite.
Does this help?
01-04-2010, 11:07 AM
This may be of assistance: http://forum.t-tapp.com/showthread.php?t=61247
01-04-2010, 05:20 PM
I'm 43, was active before sudden unexpected twins (now almost 8 months old). Have a stiff hip, problem shoulders. Had a c-section with attendant abs destruction as well as separation of the rectii abdominus muscles dating from first pregnancy 20 years ago.
Any recommendations for a mess like that?
01-04-2010, 05:45 PM
Buy the book Fit and Fabulous (https://store.t-tapp.com/products/Fit-and-Fabulous-in-15-Minutes-by-Teresa-Tapp%252dPaperback.html) (call the order to the office) you will then get a 30% discount off of your order.. Use it to buy MORE (https://store.t-tapp.com/products/T%252dTapp-MORE-Rehab-Program-DVD.html) and HTF (https://store.t-tapp.com/products/Hit-the-Floor-Combo-DVD.html). From the book, use the DVD twice a day to do the movement OIP/HF (http://www.t-tapp.com/articles/flatstomach/index.html) to help heel the Diastasis. Join us on the Mommy Fitness Forum (http://forum.t-tapp.com/forumdisplay.php?f=8)!
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