I had an interesting experience at one point in my T-Tapp journey. I had an "area of concern" which is Teresa's nice way of saying "area of flab and bumps I don't like." In this case it was upper arms and I was determined to make some progress because inch loss was s-l-o-w in that spot. I was wearing a size 10 and thought I was at my goal so I had been happily shopping and buying my new wardrobe.
Enter Tempo Arms bootcamp. Remember--I like short, rare bootcamps. I did Tempo Arms for five days straight and then continued doing it 1-2x week for about a month, plus other mostly short workouts. We're talking 30 minutes, folks. My body tends to show results from a bootcamp or harder effort 2-3 weeks down the road, not immediately after. Imagine my surprise when the 10's started hanging on me. I bought a pair of size 8 pants and they fit. For about a month. I sort of blew past the 8's and got into 6's and even some 4's. I was absolutely surprised. Tempo ARMS?!
Muscle activation and leverage isometrics, baby. Holding that T-Tapp stance while working the upper body is powerful. Consistency is powerful. T-Tapp is powerful. I had spent the year before doing consistent T-Tapp and it had worked its magic internally, which translated into external transformation. My body is still changing and reshaping--25 years of obesity isn't going to completely rehabilitate in 3 years, especially at age 50. But hey, it's a start.