If you put together 2,000 forum posts they might very well turn into a book. Here’s a quote from a 2007 post on the T-Tapp forum, written at the end of my first six weeks with T-Tapp:
“I’m one of those more to lose, so I have, well, more to work with. My biggest challenge is not getting discouraged day by day when I look in the mirror and see how far I have to go, but those good-news measuring days help boost my confidence.
My husband and I were talking about T-Tapp the other day and I ended up weeping when I told him how grateful I am to Teresa Tapp for giving me hope for this body. The list of changes I see and feel is very long!”
It doesn’t take much for me to remember the years of being really overweight since it was 20+ years of my life. My older children remember their childhood with me as a plus-size mom.
I’m grateful that my younger children see exercise as a normal part of life.
Besides clothing size, how has T-Tapp changed my life? Besides rehabilitating my knees, my sinus issues, my blood sugar problems and my energy levels, T-Tapp changed ME from the inside out.
It’s hard to explain, but there’s a feeling of power that comes from building muscle and gaining strength. It was a delightful surprise to feel muscle in new places and an ongoing source of amazement to feel strong and flexible.
Teresa Tapp once told me that T-Tapp is all about growth. I have grown and changed so much as a person since I found T-Tapp that I have to agree. I thought I was in it to lose a couple of sizes. I had no idea it would change the direction of my life.
I no longer fear getting older, as I plan to age gracefully with T-Tapp. Dr. Nicholas Perricone says that T-Tapp is “the ultimate anti-aging workout” and that sounds good to me.
As with so many other things in life, small choices end up having big consequences. The day that I found T-Tapp mentioned on a blog stands in my memory as the turning of a page in my life, the beginning of a new chapter.
I’m sure many of you could say the same. How has T-Tapp changed YOUR life?