Love the Lorax wrote:
First of all, thank you so much for the advice you have given out since joining the forums. I always enjoy reading your replies, and see how much you try to help people figure out what is going on, like with Debbie's back pain.
I've been reading a good bit about your fit quickies and also T-tapp that you recommend. Since funds are limited, I'm trying to figure out if they each have a different focus, and what would be a better choice for me. Is it possible for you to explain/compare these items?
Thank you for any insights.
First, thanks for your note and for your very kind and generous words. It means a lot!
I designed the Fit Quickies as targeted body shapers to specifically focus on those areas that seem to get the least action in our daily lives yet are hugely responsible for good posture, fabulous energy, and body shaping. You'll notice them in the lineup:
FQ#1: lower abdominal area
FQ#2: inner thighs
FQ#4: gluteals and hamstrings
FQ#5: "muffin top" - back side of the waist, also side of the seat
FQ#7: obliques and more targeted work for abs
FQ#8: gluteals and seat continued
These are designed to be either strung together for a quick fit session OR layered into other workouts if you like, or as instant invigorators. They are very targeted so that you can't "cheat" with other muscles thay are stronger or may want to kick in and take over. This is why they are intense and can have such a dramatic effect on shape change, combined with a dietary plan that optimizes body composition, of course. They are quite versatile that way.
T-Tapp is compound moves using many muscles at once.
They compliment each other of course and can be integrated into an overall plan.