"Taking the less is more approach with T-Tapp you can focus on pushing your form as best you can for a 15-20 minute routine in order to get the most out of the workout. Rushing through a longer workout with sloppy form doesn't benefit you much. It's best to focus on doing the best you can with your form on each exercise, even if that means less repetitions at your own pace. Taking that route will get your body stronger faster so that you can do more each time you exercise."
My thoughts exactly! No "break moves," no spaghetti arms, no straight knees--you get the picture. Sure, it's a lot to think about, it's hard, it makes me huff and puff, I feel uncoordinated, waaaahhh! :-) But in what other workout system do you get so much for so little investment of time? I stand amazed when I read about people going to a gym two hours a day, six days a week. Power to ya. But it wouldn't work for me, period. I'll spare you the details of what I've got to do this week, but suffice it to say, uh, I'm busy. So I'll take 15 minutes of isometric, comprehensive compound muscle movement and go on my merry way.