(I read the forum posts here and you are very helpful - thank you.)
You have a terrific testimonial yourself!
I've been thinking of the 60 Day Challenge, I really have. But having my photographs published put me off, lol. I might do it 'behind the scenes' anyway, and see how I go.
And yes, I pause and kick out and drink water and go back to it. I'm just finding that I need to pause it less so my stamina etc is increasing. I wouldn't have thought I'd be up to BWO yet and am very pleased. If I'd T-Tapped and didn't feel the benefits to my body apart from toning up and inches being lost, I would have had to find something else to work the brain/body connection. Months ago I went to a specialist exercise physiologist on the advice of a doctor and what he recommended wasn't enough so I didn't bother doing any of it, I just kept T-Tapping when I felt up to it. You certainly don't need to do it every day, or for very long, it just works. But, you know that.
My brain feels clearer and my back pain has virtually gone as well; gosh, I could go on and on!
I look at friends and others I know spending HOURS at the gym and here I am doing something very effective which lasts minutes. I would like to introduce it to many, after my experiences, however there are no trainers here in Australia, unfortunately. Are there other T-Tappers in Australia, do you know? Any trainers in training??
Bye for now...
Lost: back pain, sciatica, over 40 inches/100 cms, around two clothing sizes... so far.
Gained: getting closer to normal after a stroke in 2012, with increased strength, balance, fitness, energy and more...