“Like many Child Boomers, I assumed gaining weight and feeling less lively as we reached our 50s and 60s (especially after menopause) was just the best way it was,” Steele, 59, tells PEOPLE.
While internet hosting a PBS special, Steele had T-Tapp Method creator Teresa Tapp on her present, and decided to provide her weight loss program a attempt. (The Technique includes activating muscle teams particularly sequences to improve body alignment and weight distribution.)
“I wasn’t joyful,” admits Steele. “I knew I might look, and most importantly, feel higher, but just didn’t understand how after so many years of yo-yo and fad dieting. Frankly, I was worn out. I just didn’t assume there was a method. But I needed to ensure I used to be round, wholesome and vibrantly, to take pleasure in as much time with my husband as potential and watch my four granddaughters turn into superb younger women.”
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