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    A few years ago on this forum, I read post (from
    Trisch, I think) about which WOs we could do daily. It had something to do with how long the workout was. Does anyone remember that post? Would you refresh my memory?

    ALSO, I've been looking for the Great Day Tampa Bay T-Tapp Tuesday clip with the exercise that Teresa says will give you a 'bubble bum.' Would someone please point me in the right direction? Thank you

    Thank you!

    PS
    --I don't post
    very often, but I have been T-Tapping since 2001. I've been to a Safety Harbor retreat and more clinics than I can count. I'm giving this info because when I've posted in the recent past (the last five years
    or so), I get advice for an absolute
    Newbie, which is great for a newbie.

  • #2
    Demeris, I remember you. If you remember me, I should not be a Virgin Member either, but that is how the new forum is and by "new" it is not new and is due for another revamp soon too.


    Bubble buns, it probably is Piles (squats), make sure you do not lean forward and maintain a good vertical alignment and really use your hip bone and do a good turn out of the hop ball joints in your movement. I would add Diva Derriere, Awesome Leg, or Pretzel Twist.
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    • #3
      About Trisch's post, I am sure she has something and she might have some linked to her own website, I am sure some else would know, just wait a little bit. I normally just find a short workout on the DVD to do from beginning to end for 10-15 mins, like More Step Away or More Chair. I prefer not to skip and play with the remote.

      Which DVD you have, I pretty much remember all the whole workout's duration.
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      • #4
        You might be looking for the post on Habit Formers where it splits up Track 1 (short) and Track 2 (long) workouts. Here is the link:

        https://forum.t-tapp.com/forum/main-...formers-basics

        I think this might be the T-Tapp Tuesday move you were referring to:

        Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBzZ...RtAWA4euPcP9XM

        Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=engj...rgGjl220BOSzmw

        This is actually a variation of the Balance move and is AMAZING for reshaping the lower body (but works the upper a bit, arms and upper back, too)
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        • #5
          Originally posted by ayj67 View Post
          Demeris, I remember you. If you remember me, I should not be a Virgin Member either, but that is how the new forum is and by "new" it is not new and is due for another revamp soon too.


          Bubble buns, it probably is Piles (squats), make sure you do not lean forward and maintain a good vertical alignment and really use your hip bone and do a good turn out of the hop ball joints in your movement. I would add Diva Derriere, Awesome Leg, or Pretzel Twist.
          Thank you

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          • #6
            Originally posted by BlessedMama View Post
            You might be looking for the post on Habit Formers where it splits up Track 1 (short) and Track 2 (long) workouts. Here is the link:

            https://forum.t-tapp.com/forum/main-...formers-basics

            I think this might be the T-Tapp Tuesday move you were referring to:

            Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBzZ...RtAWA4euPcP9XM

            Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=engj...rgGjl220BOSzmw

            This is actually a variation of the Balance move and is AMAZING for reshaping the lower body (but works the upper a bit, arms and upper back, too)
            Thank you for those links. I need both of those.

            The Habit Formers thread doesn't look familiar to me (lots of good info there, though). The post I remember was about cautioning people not to overwork with T-Tapp and suggested that only certain workouts of certain lengths were safe to do every day while longer ones done daily could lead to burnout and other bad physical problems.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by ayj67 View Post

              Which DVD you have, I pretty much remember all the whole workout's duration.
              I have every single DVD Teresa put out but Maxi Max(I've been tapping for 18 years! I used to have a whole shelf of VHS tapes which I gave away when my VHS player died and which I now wish I still had--especially that tape in her back yard). I had Maxi Max for a long time but never used it so gave it away.

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              • ayj67
                ayj67 commented
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                The only one that I really used for Maxi Max Extreme, it came out the same time or filmed at the same retreat with Total Superslow and Critter Crunch, so instead of people very fast like the other Maxi Max, it is the slow pace but very thorough and the max activation like TSS and CC. That has all 8 reps or 10 reps unlike TTS and CC. TTS and CC is like the seminar or retreat, a lot of talk and discussion to snap you into activation (when slow and you have to hold the position while she talks).

                That said, if MME is still available, snap that up.

                How many mins do you want to do the workout daily? As after all these years, you know after PBS or OIP, you can do any movement that you want (but in sequence similar to as listed in Total), that means do not do T-Tapp Twist before you do the Jazz Twist. PBS can be done as slow as what is seen in Total Superslow (30 mins) and the first few sequence in Senior Fit is basically the extended version of PBS. When you are pressed in time, do a More Chair.

                I never have that backyard tape!

                If you want to do Basic, the shortest Basic is in the Tempo Arms, 14 mins. If you want to do the most activation in Basic, do Barefoot Basic. If you want to do the Fascia Fit version of Basic in a reasonable short time, do Turn Back Time standing, 34 mins. If you want to do half a rep of Basic but in slower pace, do More (20 mins). If you want to do a very anti-inflammatory version of Basic, do Menopause Management (27 mins). If you want to do a very hard Basic in slow motion, do Senior Fit (that is more than an hour). More 1, 2 & 3 all have a chair workout, and I consider that a sit down version of Basic.

                Total is the extended version of Basic with variety... all workouts contain Basic and beyond.

            • #8
              Life, stress and mood has led me to the land of no activities and no workouts for a few years. I can default to no workouts but I should not, so these 3 weeks (after the retreat), I am doing 15 mins of T-Tapp per work day for 60 days. August 6 to October 6.

              I have to do it more or less the Habit Former Style, do it like a checklist. I have been consistent for 3 weeks! The day I work, the day I do workout, no buts... The time for me to agonize over workout or which workout took longer than 15 mins. I did my workout before I go to bed regardless 10 pm or 3 am.
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