I am 5 foot 9 and before I got pregnant over three years ago, I was 135 pounds. Now, I weigh 170 pounds. I have a 1 & 1/2 year old and a 2 & 1/2 year old, so I have NO energy and NO time to workout. This is so different from where I used to be. I was an aerobics instructor and taught step and Pilates and kickboxing for almost 10 years. I used to love my workouts! Now when I get some "me" time, exercise is the LAST thing I want to do. I thought my weight would magically fall off after my second pregnancy. It came off fairly easily after my first. But 16 months after my delivery, the scale hadn't budged. I realized I had to get moving to get my body back.
I came across T-Tapp on the Internet and was drawn to the 15 minute workout (for obvious reasons). I bought the book and devoured it. I loved reading about the success stories. And the moves seemed so purposeful and concise. So on September 9th, I started a 4-day bootcamp. I did the 15-minute workout 4 days in a row. Now I'm doing it every other day for 4 weeks. Last Sunday, at my 3-week point, I did my measurements and discovered that I've lost a total of 8 inches! In less than a month!
Now the best part about this is that I absolutely have NOT changed my diet. In fact, I am guilty of doing my T-Tapp and then having a bowl of ice cream a little bit later.
The 15-minute workout is easy to do, even for a highly fatigued person like myself! (My kiddos have allowed me to sleep through the night ONCE in 2 & 1/2 years). In fact, on my T-Tapp days, I often feel like I'm not going to be able to do my workout and I have come very close to blowing it off, but then I realize that it's only 15 minutes. I think if it were even just 5 minutes more, I would not be able to swing it. But I've stuck with it and in fact, after 3 weeks I've increased my energy level so I've been able to go for a couple of walks as well. Which is amazing!
T-Tapp is definitely the only thing that has been able to get me off my couch. And now with these results, with so little effort, I feel like I can keep it up and get back to a healthier body. I hope that I will be a complete success story someday soon!