Easy Steps to Your T-Tapp Victory
by Charlotte Siems
Having grown up in a TV-and-movie culture, we’ve lost perspective on time. We expect instant results, and if not instant, at least in two weeks.
When we start doing T-Tapp, if our inch loss isn’t what we expected at the end of two or three weeks of consistency, we’re out the door.
It’s like watching one of those underdog sports movies. In a two-hour span of time, the hero trains hard and overcomes obstacles to achieve glorious victory.
Without realizing it, we somehow expect to put forth the effort of a short training sequence in a movie and get the same happy ending.
“Whew! Did that long workout! Now where’s the results?”
Doing one workout won’t change your life. Missing one workout won’t change your life. But six months or two years of doing workouts (or missing workouts) will show up in your life.
The results we want are not about making tough choices. They’re about making easy choices….consistently.
What are some easy choices that could make a difference over time?
- Do a short workout four to five times per week.
- Do a set or two of Hoe Downs every day (total time: 5 minutes each, seriously).
- Do Organs in Place before bed for 10 days at a time. Take a week off, repeat.
- Skin brush with the T-Tapp sequence five days per week.
- Start your day with T-Tapp Primary Back Stretch.
Please don’t make a vow to do all of the above every day for the rest of your life.
Doing a couple of these consistently doesn’t mean that you don’t have seasons of working harder and/or doing longer workouts. Let’s face it, losing a lot of inches takes hard work and a long time.
But for the majority of busy people who talk themselves out of exercise because they get overwhelmed by the thought of a rigorous workout schedule, these little choices could make all the difference.
Thankfully, making the right choice is easy to do. And unfortunately, just as easy not to do.
The next time you watch a rags-to-riches, underdog sports movie, enjoy the final victory scene. Feel the emotions and apply them to your own journey. Just remember that it’s going to take longer than two hours (or two weeks). And it’s the little things that will get you there.
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