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Sun Jan 1, 2017, 02:39 PM

3. I've had a couple of classes with Diane when she came to Delaware.

I have T-tapped through a broken/dislocated shoulder/torn rotator cuff rehab. Now I'm back to doing primary back stretch (with the towel) and other arm sequences. I also have had knee issues (a subluxing patella) which I called the office about. They pointed me to some articles on their forum on how to modify the exercises to compensate until you build more strength.

Just doing knee-little-toe, tucking butt, and bending your knees enough to activate the muscles in your legs is a mod for the Plie Squats, so you keep the bottom half stationary as you do the arm moves. I still have issues with taking the T-Tapp Twist up to speed. It torques my knees so I take it slower and don't do as many reps. As you build strength, you'll be able to bend deeper, turn your knees out more, etc.

Join their free forums at ttapp.com and do a search on "modifications knee" and you'll come up with quite a few suggestions.



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