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  • MORE 1, MORE 2, and MORE 3

    How do they differ?

  • #2
    I ordered my More 3 DVD and haven't had a chance to watch it yet! More 3 just came out, so not too many have it yet.

    The three More sets offer a progressive learning to the Basic Workout with a couple of Lunges and Balance thrown in at the end (those are in Total, not Basic). If you have any health concerns that make Basic too challenging for you, you would want to start with More 1, because More 2 is going to be a little bit more like Basic, and More 3 will be even more like Basic.

    Each set has three short workout options...a seated workout, stepping workout and a broom workout to give you something 10 minutes or less for days you can't do more than that. Then each DVD has some extras or bonus workouts. More 1 has From My Home to Yours. More 2 has a workout with Berei which was kind of like Senior Fit, but fewer water breaks...I really liked that workout, too. More 3 has some has some bonus workouts, too, but I haven't had a chance to view them yet.

    Hope that helps a bit!

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    • #3
      Also, MORE 3 is seated.
      Lisa. 44 years old.
      Homeschooling 4 great kids and nursing surprise baby #5.
      T-Tapping since 2010.
      Current favorites: Turn Back Time & Target Pop #3.
      Living in the mountains.

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      • Jessi
        Jessi commented
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        More 3 streaming is a seated workout, but there is a new More 3 DVD set in the store! The seated streaming workout is not on the DVD set. There is a seated workout on the DVD, just not the one that's streaming.

    • #4
      Ah, I didn't know that! Thank you.
      Lisa. 44 years old.
      Homeschooling 4 great kids and nursing surprise baby #5.
      T-Tapping since 2010.
      Current favorites: Turn Back Time & Target Pop #3.
      Living in the mountains.

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      • #5
        Does the More Series have any moves that address the Midsection? I have been doing the Level 1 Workout since Mid February and I think I'm ready to move on to Level 2. I really want to get my thighs and abs activated.
        "You don't have to be great to start, but you do have to start to be Great" ~Les Brown

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        • #6
          Every move addresses the mid-section, if you pay attention to your tuck. When we tuck, we use our lower abs muscles to initiate the curl and then use the lats then the upper and mid abs to ribs up, lat tight and abs in. All the abs and lats is supposed to be tighten and in use when we are standing in T-Tapp stance. The T-Tapp twist will add on the engagement and use of the obliques (the abs muscles that will twist your body). The best time to practice the TTT is with the More Chair workout when you are new. Don't delay, go use the Chair workout like your life depends on it. You will get in touch with all your abs muscles and your East West breathing that will cinch in the rib cage (that will reverse the barrel chest and large rib cage from child-bearing).

          The Organ in Place is the move that you need to practice how to use your low abs muscles. We use that lower abs for every single floor and standing workout.

          Foundational elements are all included in More. You don't need the second level or the third level quite until you master all the fundamental techniques. When you ask what addresses the mid-section, I interpret is as you are not using and feeling the mid-section muscles yet, then you go back to master the elements.

          More workout contains all the the foundation moves and more. More is a sampler box for all T-Tapp has to offer. It also has the Broom and the Stepping there... you cannot be bored of it so soon. The Broom workout, it trains your vertical alignments and lats activation.

          If you use a long bath towel instead of a broom stick, you will feel your lats and abs. I guarantee you.
          Last edited by ayj67; 04-30-2017, 05:39 PM.
          ISSA Certified Personal Trainer
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          Ordered More and TWO on 7/7/2010, Started tapping on 7/30/2010.
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