I am a 62-year-old, overweight (40# or more) grandma who has been challenged for ten years by the widespread pain and disabilities of Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
Each time I have made a little headway with exercise machines, videos and DVDs, my body feels good while doing the exercises. But soon setbacks (Fibromyalgia flareups or injuries)have kept me from sticking to the program and making progress.
I know my body well enough to take it very, very E-A-S-Y. That might mean fewer reps and five to ten minutes of exercise daily.
From what I have read, the "T-Tapp MORE - The Workout" is probably the only place to start as it mentions it is for people with health issues, MORE candles on the cake, tempo is slower, exercises less, modifications, offers rehabilitative instruction, Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue.
My question is not so much where to start, but can this really work for someone like myself. I would like to hear from anyone who has experienced the same challenges as me.
Are you pleased with the T-Tapp? How do you define success with this program? Is there another form of exercise that might be even better?