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Last Updated on April 12, 2021
6 weeks ago, I stumbled across a weight loss story sharing how T-Tapp helped a woman (who was also using a top fat burner) lose 13.5″ in 2 weeks and I knew that I had to try it. I’ve been struggling to lose weight since since my son was born – HELLO he’s 2 now. Anyhow, I started burning up the internet trying to figure out what Is T-Tapp and learn how it works so effectively? I mean, how many workouts state “Results are Typical.”
I tried every workout dvd and each was challenging. I also found myself doing the exercises throughout my day. Take for instance the Step Away the Inches workout. I made it a point to walk the way the workout teaches when I’m running errands throughout the day.
I primarily did the Basic Plus Tempo DVD and used the the techniques taught in the Barefoot Basic dvd. I workout barefoot 90% of the time so I love that T-Tapp has a workout tailored to those who follow this workout regime. Also the workout is only 15 minutes long! Yes, that’s right, it’s 15 minutes long but don’t be fooled and think that it’s easy. Every time I do the workout, I break out in a sweat and have to blast the fan on me during it since I get pretty warm.
So what was my exercise plan?
I did a 10 day boot camp using the Basic Plus Tempo and then I did the workout every other day for 6 weeks.
My diet was the same although 3 weeks into working out with T-Tapp, I started doing this one thing.
So where did I lose my inches?
I am so pleased with my results and I can’t believe I lost 3″ in my waist!
This program works and I know it will help me reach my goal before I know it.
Why the T Tapp workout is Awesome for everyone!
- No Weights Needed! There is no jumping or weights need to do this highly aerobic workout
- Helps Maintain Healthy Hormone Balance
- It’s a safe workout for those who suffer from fibromyalgia and adrenal fatigue
If you are new to the program, I highly recommend you buy the Basic Workout Plus to start. Then you can branch out into the other programs.