View Full Version : the best way to tone it up
03-22-2010, 09:51 PM
Hi all T-tappers,
Thank you for all the advice you posted. Your enthusiasm is heartening and contagious.
I hope to become soon a T-tapper (waiting for my order to be shipped) and I have a question
I discovered T-tapp by pure chance while looking for new workout routines (I have been doing some fitness and lifting in the last couple of years).
I found it interesting: lean muscles, improvement of posture, cardio and fitness, no weights or equipment...
What won me over was just trying to do the arms routine Theresa proposed on the Amazon page of her book. I felt so many muscles moving (and many unknown) that I knew this was the total workout I wanted.
Beats all the machines I ever tried.
My question is this: I am pretty fit (US 4 or 6) and I don t really have inches to lose.
What I am definitely ready to work on is the toning, definition and core part.
If you would have any recommendation on the number and length of workouts during and after Bootcamp and if it is better to make them at a slow or fast pace ... I would be extremely thankful to you
03-23-2010, 06:03 AM
A traditional bootcamp use the Total workout for 4 - 14 days. I would definitely say you would not need more than 4. That being said, learning the instructionals WELL vefore a bootcamp will yeild great results too. The pace is alreay established via the video.
Welcome to T-Tapp! :clappinghands:
03-23-2010, 08:07 PM
Thank you very much Monica for your quick answer, and sorry for my delayed one: there s a big time difference between US and China.
Have a good day :-)
03-31-2010, 05:42 PM
I can t believe it,
I received my DVDs yesterday evening, went through instructional #1, CRT DVD and the target zone exercises, I tried to go through but my form is far from perfect and I stopped many times in between to check/watch, ...
However, after the training, I watched myself and thought my waist was more defined (I am a flat tummy junkie, so I watch myself every day). I measured this morning, lost 1 1/2 inch, from 28 to 26 1/2. To trim that waist, I went through many many oblique crunches, waist torsions ... no results. Does not even come close of one T-Tapp (incomplete) session
A part of it can be attributed to the evening/morning difference. But not all the cinching I am seeing, and starting from 28, it is not a body fat issue ...
I am happy to say this: T-Tapp works for me, in less than a session
I am very, very happy
Greetings to all from China
03-31-2010, 06:52 PM
Hi Babo! Welcome from Virginia, USA
03-31-2010, 09:08 PM
Congratulations!! It sounds like T-Tapp has already got you hooked! The key is consistency, so just keep up the good work now that you've started, and you'll keep seeing results! Inward and outward!
Goodbye from Oklahoma! ;D
04-07-2010, 07:19 AM
I opened this thread because I was worried about toning up ...
I had no reason to.
I have just been focusing on instructional #1 for a bit more than a week (I still have a long way to go), so I m just at 20 minutes a day (not at full potential)
The results are fantastic
-more defined waist
-the lower part of my thighs have been shrinking and toning, which totally changes the look of my legs and make them look thinner overall
-cuts are appearing in legs and arms
-the little bump under my buns is fading, as well as the one under my armpits (I m doing CRT too)
Toning confirmed ;-)
I d never had such a result when I was at the gym and the swimming pool 5 times a week
And I would have never gotten such unexpected advantages either:
-my knees feel way better (no more clicking, less pain than before I started T-Tapp)
-I am naturally standing straight (I m a computer sloucher) and this is amazing
-as for being tired "the good way" and sleeping sound, it s making wonders too
Good work and good luck for all other T-Tappers :-)
04-07-2010, 08:40 AM
Oh, that is WONDERFUL! Thank you for sharing!!! And you are a testimony to T-Tapp working for toning, too!
04-07-2010, 09:07 AM
Those are fantastic results!!!! Thanks for sharing and keep it up! Surprising how many people you hear about who were doing so well and then for whatever reason - QUIT! Don't let it happen to you. Consistency consistency consistency.
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