I don’t know what happened but this post never was posted. I stumbled upon it today when planning to write a new post and I just knew that I couldn’t let this one slip by. It was supposed to come out in June. I realize it is now November and he has since moved out into residence in university and is doing well. He has become a vegetarian since moving away and is conscious trying to make the best food choices possible on campus and bringing fresh fruit and veggies back with him when he visits home.
Now pretend it’s June and enjoy!
First off, HAPPY BIRTHDAY to my son! What a big day. He finished high school yesterday and his future is looking bright. We’re so proud of you!
My son finished the T-Tapp challenge last week and I’m so proud that he lost 12.25 inches. Four inches off his waist alone! We didn’t weigh in before or after because we wanted the focus to be on wellness.
The biggest success was that he wants to continue committed to his health and eating a nutritarian diet while continuing with T-Tapp. Here’s a picture of him all dressed up and me, the proud mom…I look more thrilled and it wasn’t even my prom!
Here are some questions I asked him…
Overall what was the hardest part of this past two months – Not being able to eat what I wanted all the time.
When you ate junk or processed foods how did you feel? – I felt fine until the next day! (He ended up with stomach and digestive issues or headaches on some Mondays after we had some family parties)
Compared to other exercises you’ve done, how did you feel about T-Tapp? – It’s crazy! Definately one of the hardest workouts I’ve ever done. I had a hard time keeping my form.
Were you impressed with how good it was? – Yeah I felt great all the time.
What advice do you have for someone thinking of eating like a nutritarian or starting T-Tapp? – Stick with it. It’s going to be tough the first week or so but then it’s worth it. Make sure you have a workout buddy.
Personally I had a wonderful time sharing recipes and food with my son. It was very fun exercising with him too. After doing this alone at home for so long, it was a very welcome change.