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Michelle Barbuto of FitWith6 to be Featured on CUTV News Talk Radio

With T-Tapp, the stronger and more flexible you get, the more you get out of it in less time.
— Michelle Barbuto
ALIQUIPPA, PENNSYLVANIA, USA, January 2, 2015 / -- With all the exercise programs available, it’s impossible to know which ones are the most effective and will be the most effective for you.

Michelle Barbuto is a registered nurse and the founder of FitWith6, a fitness coaching and wellness practice specializing in the T-Tapp exercise system. First developed by exercise physiologist Teresa Tapp, T-Tapp offers a physical therapy approach to fitness based on high-intensity, muscle activation and interval training.

“T-Tapp is all about strengthening your core,” says Michelle. “If you have a strong core everything falls into place. What Teresa has developed, you’re working more than seven muscles at any one time, so it’s effective in a short amount of time.”

T-Tapp is the reverse of all other exercises. With other exercises, as you get stronger, you add more weights and you add more reps. With T-Tapp, the stronger and more flexible you get, the more you get out of it in less time.

While T-Tapp isn’t for weight loss – you’re going to gain muscle density – you will see inch loss (Even after six kids, Michelle is down to a size 8 strictly through T-Tapp). It’s non-impact so it’s not stressful to the joints. T-Tapp also offers many different workouts from which to pick and choose so it can be effective for everyone from top athletes to people who have never exercised before.

“It’s HIIT and non-impact for all ages. We have women in their 80s who are certified to teach it,” says Michelle. “I’ve personally used it to rehabilitate a torn meniscus, plantar fasciitis, torn rotator cuff and tennis elbow without surgery and I’ve used it on clients with frozen shoulder, mastectomies and reconstructive surgery from breast cancer to get their range of motion back.”

FitWith6 draws its name from Michelle’s six children and how she became “fit” spiritually, physically and emotionally while going through a divorce, returning to college and completing her degree in nursing at the age of 45, entering the work field full time and surviving the unexpected death of her 18 year old son on Memorial Day of 2014. Michelle was first introduced to T-Tapp in 2001 in the second trimester of her sixth pregnancy. She started the program for back pain and within a week she had relief. Soon she was losing inches in her butt and thighs, which rarely happens for a pregnant woman. Michelle loved the workout so much and believed so strongly in it, today she is one of T-Tapp’s 35 certified trainers. She is one of two master trainers who trains the trainers. Michelle used running and T-Tapp to combat the grief over the death of her son, to maintain a healthy hormone balance and survive without the use of medication for depression.

“The nurse in me is why I’m so excited about what exercise and T-Tapp can do for people,” says Michelle. “I especially love what T-Tapp can do for men and women because of all the rehabilitative aspects.”

CUTV News Talk Radio will feature Michelle Barbuto in an interview with Doug Llewelyn on January 5th at 11am EST.

Listen to the show If you have a question for our guest, call (347) 996-3389.

For more information on Fit With 6, visit

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