How to Prevent Spider Veins | T-TAPP Exercise | Vein Innovations

How to Prevent Spider Veins | T-TAPP Exercise | Vein Innovations


How many of you ever heard of T-TAPP? Yes, one lady in the back was like I’ve heard of that, thank you. I’m so excited, cause typically, we say T-TAPP and people go, oh, is that tap dancing. Then there’s no way I’m going to do it. It’s like, okay, how quickly can I hit the door and get out of here. Well I can assure you, it’s not tap dancing, it has nothing to do with dancing, or tapping. It is just called T-TAPP, because it was developed by a woman who’s name is Teresa Tapp. And, she’s was exercise physiologist and um, actually was in the modeling industry for many years and created over about 20-30 years. This method movement, I’m just gonna call it that, as oppose to excercise. It’s just absolutely amazing and why is an amazing. Well, we all know
exercise is great right, I means nurses topically, need to eat less and exercise more. Right. I mean, we just hear that in our heads. Now, how many you guys really have time
to exercise. You don’t need to put your hands up, I already know. There’s no time to exercise. Probably your patient’s are gonna to say the same thing, right. There either big exercise people who run to the gym
and exercise all the time others simply no time for it. And, so with T-TAPP it’s really wonderful because it’s not just exercise it really is and
education in how you hold your body and how you move, so that throughout the day you can actually be helping yourself
feel better. Utilizing your body in a much more
functional way and actually even kinda helping a little bit
gain, lose a few pounds, a few inches, not pounds necessarily but inches. Take yourself out of pain. One of the biggest things that I love about T-TAPP, is that it’s also really lymphatic. And, how many of us have really heard about the importance lymphatic pumping, especially when it comes to exercise. Right. We really don’t know much or never have. I mean you don’t really pick up shake magazine’s and read all about the lymph system. At least, I never had and that’s one of the things I found T-TAPP to be so helpful with. So, I’m so happy to be able
to share it with you guys, because you work
with so many patient’s. So good for just about everybody, but I’m gonna have you experience it too and I promise you, your not gonna sweat. It’s not gonna be a bad thing, it’s not gonna hurt. And, I know it’s almost 8 o’clock, so I’m not going to keep you here forever. Everybody’s like really, is it, really like I gotta get out of here. Just real quick, is that okay? You guys have a couple minutes, your willing to stay. Thank you. Alright, so what I’m gonna ask you to do is just stand up so, you know how on those days when we don’t have time to move or were sick and were just laying around, how we just feel so sluggish. Right, well yes there’s lots of reasons for that, but one of the reasons it because the lymphatic system is part of our elimination in detox system, right. So, if we don’t move, the problem with the lymphatic system is, it requires either deep abdominal breathing, and I know we all do that all day long, right. Were like shallow breather’s cause were all under walking under stress. So none of us fairly ever do deep abdominal breathing or very specific pumping motion. So, every time we do this with our legs, actually we’re pumping the lymph up, through the, you know up this way. and up through the legs and down, so the lymphatic system what it’s doing is pumping the, all the lymph through to or to our lymph nose, which neutralize the toxin’s and everything that it pulls up, right, so it’s pulling up like toxin’s and herbicide and pesticide and the excess sugar and the excess hormone’s and all that stuff and even liquified fat, takes it to those lymph nose and neutralizes it and then through movement again, takes it our organs of elimination. So, if were not moving much, how are we really utilizing that part of our elimination system, were really not, right. So, it’s so powerful. So, first thing I just want you guys to do, is just kind of notice when your not thinking about it, how your standing. When our bodies are all out of balance, muscularly, then were setting ourselves up for potential, I hate to use the word injury, but just pulling stuff out, right. How many of you guys, cause I’m sure your on your feet all the time, have really lower backs. Sore lower backs, right. How many have just sore feet? Multiple herniation’s. Sore feet. Sore feet, so I always like to start, kind of talking about this, start with the feet, because the feet are the foundation of the body, right. So, the body works as a whole, so if we kind of start with feet. I’m just gonna kinda ask you to just to notice how your standing and bring your feet right under your hip. Joins just big, probably a little closer cause cause typically were use to standing wide cause we feel more balanced that way. I’m gonna have you bring it in, that looks good. All your toe’s are straight ahead, cause most of us tend to walk with at least one foot out. Right. And I just want to show this to you, if one foot’s out, cause your gonna notice now, your gonna watch people walk again. God and I know what she’s doing. When the toe’s are out when we go to bent our knee’s, the knee’s pronate into the center of your body. So, just kind of feel that for a second. Toe’s out. And, even with a little heal, you’ll feel that. So, the knee’s are in, right. Now, notice what happens here and you can kind of see it on me. When the knee’s go in, we inactivate all of those muscle’s right here. Right. So, any place where were inactivating our muscle’s is a place where were gonna tend to have weakness some fat accumulation. That’s just the way it is, right. So, that’s why we bring the toe’s back in bend the knee’s. Very good. Just tuck your tail under, just a little bit, good. And, we save ribs up, so we put ourselves in alignment, good. And, now keeping your knee’s bent just a little bit, I want you to just feel the tension right above that knee cap. Good. Then, just kind of pull the knee’s out to the sides. Just a little bit. Squeeze your tush. So, if, yes, your feeling all this, right. Can you feel all this? So, if your looking at tightening and toning, just a little bit right in here. What we tend to do, right, is go to the gym and we start doing lunges, right, and what do we do, we do this and the knee goes in and the foot goes in and it really hurts those knee’s because the knee’s need to be going out instead of in. And, were putting lots of weight on this thigh, which builds the thigh. Not that, that’s a bad thing, but typically were not going, hey I can’t wait to be a bigger size. (laughs) That’s why I’m going to the gym. I wanna built a thigh. (laughs) You want to thin it right. So, just learning how to use the body, right, how to really work the body in alignment so that your actually gonna get the results, but not only you in there, but when you bend and you tuck and your ribs are up and your knee’s right around tighten. Can’t you just feel everything in your body just working out
great, right, in alignment. I want you to do one more thing for me, just bring your hands down like this, good. Take your thumbs, roll them back and bend your elbows up to about here. I know were probably hit each other a little bit, right. I want you feel what’s happening right in here in your abs, right. So, how many of you got up one day, look behind you, you guys are still a little young, looked behind you and went, oh my god, what the hell is that (laughs) yes. Right, that’s that thing, but we never have before and all of a sudden the wings man were like, what’s that. Well, what do we, you guys can put it down cause you’ll be like seating. You’ll start to sweat, right, cause were activation muscle’s, but what do we do all day long you guys. Were all like this, especially, cause I know your hanging over, your taking blood, your doing whatever, right. Were all hunched over. So when were hunched over, right, the shoulder rolls in, we inactivate all these muscles here. And that’s when we tend to get, especially if we are real short torso, okay. We tend to get that little davangers hump and all this kind of stuff. So, all T-TAPP is doing is really showing you, really it’s about posture power, right. It’s about really lifting your ribs up and standing here so that the shoulder’s go back tuck and, we call it rib’s up, okay and it’s kind of like if you had a string right here at your cleavage and your just lifting it up. Don’t you feel better? Isn’t that amazing, with knee’s out. So that’s a little bit, thank you guys for playing with me. Now, don’t sit down quite yet. So, cause I have one little move. This is really intelligent movement okay. And, it really shows people not just what to do in the 15 minutes were working out, but how you can use that throughout your day, okay. For example, your driving, how do we drive. Right. I don’t want to say what else we do when somebody cuts us off, but we’re driving like this, right. So, instead just think about kind of tucking your tail up against the back and how bout an underhand. Can you see, and then just really, ribs up, right there. Okay. Your opening yourself, I know, it takes a lot of muscle to hold it there and it’s amazing your gonna start to get just a little warm cause your activating muscle. So, just some different things that you can do throughout the day. Okay, to help. Um, yes, knee’s out too, if you start to have knee problems. Okay. How many of you, hate, have really painful knees when you go up
and down steps? Okay, just real quick cause I thought that
could be important. Just noticed this when you put your foot down, you want to have, I’m just pretending like I’m up, you want your foot straight not in a duck, straight, okay, then you put your weight on it and think about taking that knee out just a little bit, to the little toe not tight. Just a little bit, okay. Normally, what do we do? We go duck out knee in and that really hurt the knee’s Okay, so just go slow with your hand balanced and is straight knee out, pressed up, straight, knee out and same thing going down. Okay, you’ll be blown away by how much better it is on your knee’s So, those are just some of the things. Now, I told you that, we were talking about the lymphatic, right. That’s one of the reasons walking is so good, because every time
you do this your pumping the lymph up, okay. But T-TAPP has a move and, um, that I’d love to play with you with tonight and this will be the last one I’ll do. It’s called hold down’s. Now this move is amazing. Okay, right off I’m going to tell you, your not going to get it right now, but we have to laugh with each other, because this is part of our brain body fitness, okay. It’s trying to coordinate the left and right side our brains because we need to work the brain, as well as the body, right. Use it or lose it, so that’s worked into this. It can be very tightly and toning, which is fun movement, but here’s the other thing it does you guys, it’s lymphatic, cause were going to be tapping our toes. Yes, there’s the tap part. So, we are going to tap our toe’s, which is gonna pump the lymph, okay. And, it is amazing at bringing down blood sugar. Yes. So, we have had type II diabetic’s, I don’t want to say type I, that’s it’s own thing, as we all know. Type II diabetic’s who have absolutely worked at controlling their blood sugar using this method, so I would love for you guys to use it with some of them. And come back and let us know. Okay, we’ve seen it two sets 62 to 84 points, swear to you. So, here’s the move, okay. You want to play with me. How long do they have to do this? You’ll see. Two sets about, uh, 3 to 5 minutes. It’s amazing and I think it’s because were using every muscle in the body, particularly, the larger one’s. You’ll see how it feels. Um, and when you utilize these muscle’s in a line, like were gonna do, your, you know, working, your utilizing the glucose in the system and it brings down blood sugar. It’s absolutely amazing. Also, by the way it balances hormones. So, we’ve had that happen too. Alright, so here’s what were going to do. I just want you to put one toe up in front, bend your standing leg, nice work. Alright, so hands like this, open like we just had them. Okay and you want to if you can bring your wrist and elbow in alignment and then take your thumb and roll it back. You feel what happens when your thumb rolls back you can feel it in your back right. Alright, here’s the move, your gonna lift this foot straight up four times. So, it looks like this, so one, two, three, four. Nice work. Alright, now from here that leg goes to the side. The same side arm comes across. Yes. And you’re gonna lift it, for, uh, huh, this is the brain body part. I told you, okay. So you lift four times, ready. One, two, three, four, good. Back to the center, arm comes back. Okay, so it’s really just two movements. Up four and then over. So were gonna do two set’s of fours. We just did one set. Then we’ll do, ready for this, two set’s of two’s, front for two, side for two and when it gets really fun is when we do four single’s. Trust me, you’ll be all over the place. Okay now here we go. Four, one, two, three, four side, one, two, three, four, two counts, ready, front two side, side, two, two’s again front two and side two, now singles ready, front and side, two and side, three, and side, in that skirt, four and side. Nice work. Now, we have to go to the other side. Cause we need to have muscle balance, right, everything we do on the left, you gotta do on the other side. Alright, so here we go And front, one, two, three, four, side, one, nice work, two three and four again, fours, one, two, three, four side, one, just think if you have it, do another set. We can go back and have more of that chocolate and side four, two, front, front, four, two, and side for two, here we go, singles, ready. Front and side, yes, two and side, three and side, and four and side. You did it. (claps) Ya’ll noticed how you feel. Did you feel a little out of breath? Yes. Very good. But you really didn’t work out hard, but your out of breath. It will always bring you out of breath. But you’ll feel really good and especially in two to three-minute, it’s amazing. It really helps with your circulations. Every time you do this you guys, your pumping a lymph up the legs. Okay and you’re working the brain. Thank you so much.

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