The Difference Between T-Tapp and Other Exercise Systems
By: Teresa Tapp
I would say that T-Tapp is more comprehensive and/or more complete in delivering fat loss, weight loss and inch loss as well as increase one's overall health, fitness, and energy.|
T-Tapp is a physical therapy approach to fitness that delivers muscle density rather than bulk. It is very rehabilitative for those with lower back, hip and knee problems as well as upper spine, neck and shoulder problems. The movements appear very simple but they are quite complex in that each exercise movement utilizes both attachments of the muscle rather than just one attachment and belly of the muscle.
In fitness terms T-Tapp utilizes comprehensive, compound muscle movement done in a specific sequence incorporating neuro-kinetic flow, linear alignment and isometrics combined with lymphatic stimulation. Regular exercise such as aerobics, weight training and yoga are primarily "isotonic" (ie: using one attachment and belly of muscle).
T-Tapp is a high aerobic workout without any jumping or use of weights. In fact, the stronger one becomes the less they need to do the workout to maintain results. Usually the stronger one becomes they must add more weight and/or repetitions to advance to higher level of fitness or weight loss. Well, with T-Tapp one never has to add weight or do more than one set of 8 repetitions - it will continue to challenge the body even as the body advances in fitness level and strength.
Yes, T-Tapp is effective for both the inactive as well as the very fit. T-Tapp's techniques maximize muscle movement and deliver muscle fatigue regardless if one is a weight trainer, aerobic instructor or a grandmother just getting started. In fact, preliminary clinical testing under direction of PhD exercise physiologists have revealed that fat burning was achieved within an average of 7-10 minutes of doing T-Tapp in. Furthermore, even those very fit hit 75% of their target heart rate doing the 40-minute T-Tapp Total Workout at Beginner/Rehab level.
T-Tapp does more than burn calories and fat - it rebuilds primary body functions such as neuro-kinetic flow, resting glucose utilization rate and cognitive processing. Many report immediate changes in better digestion, assimilation and elimination along with increased mental clarity and higher energy within the first week.
T-Tapp concentrates on inch loss rather than weight loss. Inch loss comes quickly with T-Tapp because of the way muscles are worked. Muscle density development enables the muscles to cinch in, pull up and resculpt the body. This type of muscle development causes inch loss to occur quickly - most lose an inch off the waist, tummy or hips within the first week. Additionally most lose a full clothing size per month with an every other day schedule.... all without dieting. Primary focus for the first 30 days is to "move the machine" in order to rebuild metabolic functions so that the body can lose weight easier and better yet, MAINTAIN the loss without excessive exercise or dieting.
T-Tapp is a left/right brain, mind/body workout. The workout is designed to work the brain's cognitive processing both left and right equally. This is important for maintaining health brain function. T-Tapp works well for both young (learning disabilities) and old (lessen change of Alzheimer's disease)
T-Tapp centers on the spine not only for core muscle development but also for better spinal alignment and bone density to lessen chance of injury that often occurs with age. T-Tapp's special balance movements rebuild internal core density quickly. This increased core density allows for females to enjoy carbs again without worry of gaining weight too!
T-Tapp puts a lot of emphasis on lymphatic stimulation throughout the workout. This not only helps the body maximize metabolic processing, but it also helps improve immune system function. That's why those who have autoimmune diseases such as chronic fatigue or fibromyalgia report great benefits from the T-Tapp workout. It's also why cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy or radiation have fewer side effects such as edema and/or nausea (doing the first 15 minutes of movement). In fact, those who T-Tapp don't seem to get sick as often.
T-Tapp helps the body lower blood sugar quickly and helps it maintain better control. That's because T-Tapp's use of comprehensive, compound muscle movement combined with isometric contraction and lymphatic pumping blood burns glucose quickly and continues to do so post exercise. Many Type 2 diabetes and Gestational diabetes patients have regained control and even reversed the disease within 3 - 6 months!
T-Tapp seems to help the body maintain hormone balance. Whether monthly cycle or menopausal, T-Tapp has helped many, many females regain control. Less puffiness, less cramps, less hot flashes, less emotional swings and less weight gain are often reported by females of all ages.
In summary, I'd say that T-Tapp could be called "The Wellness Workout that Works both inside and out!"
T-Tapper's not only look good they feel good!