SO GLAD you have joined the board. Welcome.
I've followed this thread, and had one of of those "aha" moments when you mentioned T-Tapp. Even tho' I'd not heard of T-Tapp before, I had that "recognition" that I was reading about something important to me.
I went to the website more than once and read almost everything there, and came away each time in overwhelm (as another poster in this thread mentioned--SO MANY choices!). I went to your page (linked below) about T-Tapp, and read all of that, but am still left without a clear idea of the best place to begin or what to order, from all the many offerings. --and some of the sets include parts of other sets. --and I'd like to make the best use of any money$
I spend--getting the most benefit possible from all the different offers and combinations, etc.
I am sure like anything else, the more one learns about a system or process, the clearer the understanding of its "parts"; but to a brand new beginner, all of the choices and packages and offers are mind-boggling
I'd like to take you up on your offer to "...let me know if you have any questions about the T-Tapp material.
I feel convinced that this is a program of worth, but could use some help knowing what to order first (or maybe financially it's better to order most things at once, on the 30% discount offer after buying the book????? --)and suggestions of where to start.
I was urged by two separate surgeons to have a total hip replacement about 5 years ago, and told I would soon not be able to walk at all if I didn't have the surgery. I was using a cane at the time, was in horrible, screaming pain and unable to sleep from the pain (spent many nights in hot epsom salt tub baths), and had to sit on stairs and bump on my bum to go down the stairs, and had to crawl to get up stairs.
Dr. McDougall sent me information on arthritis in relation to his program and saved me from surgery, and helped to halt and to reverse the arthritis. I followed his plan, and five years later--without surgery--I am still walking, AND pain-free. --but I am so protective of the hip, I stopped rebounding, and eventually fell into a pattern of no exercise at all. I've had bout after bout after bout of chronic bronchitis and allergies and sinus infections this fall and winter, which left me with no incentive to hardly even move. Exhausted.
I am 68 years old--69 in August (more candles *iiiiiiii*
). I've been couch-potato-ing waaay too long again
, (after previous regular rebounding sessions and daily walks). Body fat about 29%-30%, flabby muscles, skin "flaps" on my upper arms--when I wave good-bye to someone the flaps wave back at me, cellulite, out of shape, stiffend up, "tired" poor posture, and that left hip that I feel very protective of.
I look forward to your ideas and suggestions.
Lani Muelrath wrote:
It IS encouraging news, isn't it? It'll be fun to hear with what you plan on to get going!And let me know if you have any questions about the T-Tapp material.
I am not employed by T-Tapp, though I am Head Trainer for the technique and can give you feedback about where to start depending on what you are looking for. Here's a page I put together on my site that you may find informative as well: T-Tapp
So, have you started moving?