The Champions Workout

Kayla Howard Self Care 7 Comments

The Champions Workout by Kayla Howard Whether you are already a T-Tapp addict, or you are one of those who think it’s a nutty-easy-only-for-softies workout, I have some thoughts today. A lot of challenge driven people fail to find the intensity they are seeking within the T-Tapp workout.  I have heard that “it doesn’t feel like a workout without weights.”  …

Wonder Woman has Bad Days Too

Kayla Howard Self Care 13 Comments

Have you ever not wanted to work out? No, I’m not joking.  I know you’re thinking, “Ah ya—like every day.”  But I’m not talking about the normal, “I do not want to do this right now, it’s too hard” king of thoughts.  I’m talking about, “I don’t ever want to see this workout again” thoughts.  That love loss the leads …

A Study on the Mystery of “Less if More”

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  A Study on the Mystery of "Less if More" by Kayla Howard   "Less is more with T-Tapp!"  It doesn't take very long hanging around Teresa Tapp to hear those words.  It's also frequently, and enthusiastically confirmed by all active participants on the T-Tapp forum.  Most of us tend to think that more equals more and less produces less.  …

They Need You to Have Endurance

Kayla Howard Family, Self Care 2 Comments

They Need You to Have Endurance by Kayla Howard It's not about being thin so you can start modeling for Victoria's Secret. Nope. You're not trying to attract every mans attention with your hot body. At least, I hope not. Your not training to be an athlete. True, most of us aren't. Well then, why should you exercise?  It might …

Go ahead, shoot me son! 6 steps to getting exercise done around children.

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Go Ahead, Shoot Me Son! 6 Steps to getting a workout done around children. by Kayla Howard Hold up number three preventing ladies from getting a workout done seems to be the kids. This is a true difficulty— especially if your children are young! When I started exercising (T-Tapp), I had three very young children. They were then 4, 2 and 8 months …