Teresa Tapp – T-Tapp Brain-Body-Fitness
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3 Workouts/1 DVD
A T-Tapp Variety Workout DVD that features 3 new sequences with all the new muscle activation tips on the floor. This workout is a great introductory floor workout and can be done by anyone who owns a T-Tapp Starter System. These workouts are designed to fit into an every other day schedule. Sequence 1 can be done after a full T-Tapp Workout or on it’s own. Sequence 2 and 3 can be done on off days to add additional benefits to those looking to utilize the T-Tapp Method’s added health benefits in their day-to-day lifestyle.
Sequence 1 (30 minutes) – This workout features a comprehensive sequence of stretches and spot reduction movements that trim your rib to knee with the T-Tapp Method of muscle activation.
Sequence 2 (20 minutes) – This warm up is great to do on off days! You can use it to get your body in alignment, eliminate excess inflammation, reduce water retention in your legs and boost your lymphatic cycle.
Sequence 3 (20 minutes) – This sequence starts standing and ends on the floor and was developed to lengthen the muscles in the hips, butt and thighs to debulk the backside and loosen up tight hip flexors.Self Help – Lifestyle online course
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