I had always had an easy time staying pretty slim. After each of my beautiful daughters was born, I was able to get to my pre-pregnancy weight quickly and with minimal effort. Once I hit 35 however, the pounds suddenly got out of control. No matter what I did, I continued to gain. Time was a major concern so hours at the local gym were out. I never really enjoyed working out anyway and my body usually felt like a wreck afterwards. Chronic back pain took its toll. And to add insult to injury, as my weight crept higher, my depression issues spun out of control. Not only did I not recognize the stranger staring back at me from the mirror but I didn't even want to get out of bed much less try some new workout or diet plan. Always active on a cyber parenting community, a friend there mentioned T-Tapp as a possible option for me. By this point, I had tried many diet plans and nutritional supplements and nothing had worked. I was ready to give T-Tapp a try. Realistically, I think T-Tapp seemed like a last ditch effort for me. I had nothing to lose. My thought was maybe this workout would be different.
As soon as I received my Total Workout DVD I popped it into the player and made my way through Instructional #1. I was amazed at how doable T-Tapp was. It was easy to follow and I felt good afterwards. I stuck to a 14 day bootcamp, probably the only 14 consecutive days I've ever worked out in my life. I was hooked.
I've been consistently tapping for nearly two months now. At first I was disappointed by the lack of results but by week #7, I was stunned to find that I'd lost 6 pounds and 10.25 inches, 4.75 inches from my mommy/c-section tummy alone. Not only that, with the addition of dry brushing and Alfalfa supplements, I've noticed that my chronic back pain is almost gone, the fog of depression has lifted and my once insatiable sugar cravings are almost non-existent. That's not even the best part.
Best of all, I like who I am again. Each time I work out, I feel my mind and body becoming stronger and I like the woman I'm becoming. I still have a way to go to reach my goal but for a "Less to Lose" girl who has struggled for every pound lately, I can't begin to express how encouraged I am.
Laura Meiser, Elizabethtown, PA