Is it tap dancing?
Just what is T-Tapp exercise?
Mystery solved: T-Tapp is an exercise method developed by Teresa Tapp, an exercise physiologist with a background as a new face developer in the modeling industry. That means she spent many years working with women’s bodies, observing and finding what worked to reshape their trouble spots to get ready for photo shoots.
T-Tapp is a series of movements designed to put the body into alignment, as well increase flexibility and strength.
That’s nice, you say, but what’s different about it?
Let’s just say that I have 12 children and I personally used T-Tapp to lose more than twice my height in inches. That’s 9 sizes!
T-Tapp focuses on inch loss and reshaping of the body. It builds long lean muscle that works like a girdle to cinch and uplift.
I started T-Tapp when I was 47 years old, completely out of shape, and weighed 258 pounds. T-Tapp takes a physical therapy approach to fitness so it’s safe for those with shoulder, hip, knee, neck and back concerns.
You don’t need any equipment, just four square feet of space and a DVD player. There’s no jumping and no weights. Most movements are done in a standing position, although floor workouts are also available.
What is T-Tapp? Here are some resources for you to learn more: