Tap dancing will burn more calories than any other type of exercise and tap dancing activates more muscles.  Find out more about theresearch behind TAPfit.

While exercise is good for your brain, tap dancing is even better!

TAPfit® is unique because the combinations of both aerobic exercise and complex activity have different beneficial effects on the brain. Our combination of rhythms and steps is designed to challenge your brain, providing you the ultimate physical and mental workout!

  1. Get fit and shift unwanted weight
  2. Improves flexibility, co-ordination and balance
  3. Shape your entire upper body, buttock and leg muscles
  4. Increase your natural energy levels

You will benefit from TAPfit®
at any stage of your life!


Get fit and shift unwanted weight

TAPfit® has been specifically designed to help your body reach its full potential. Start with the “14 Day Trimdown” and keep with your TAPfit nutrition plan until you reach your ideal TAPfit body.


Shape your buttocks, upper and lower legs

TAPfit® is performed while dancing on the balls of your feet with relaxed knees, taking pressure off your lower back and instead activating your quadriceps. This positioning helps to shape your buttocks and legs by utilising the largest muscle group in the body. Best of all – it’s so much fun you dont even know you’re working out.


TAPfit®keeps your mind sharp!

TAPfit® improves your brain functioning – even when you’renot exercising! The combinationof co-ordinated and rhythmically challenging movement is the perfect mental and physical workout.

slow the aging process and fight dementia

We all know that exercising is important to maintaining ahealthy lifestyle especially as we age.

One third of all seniors in America die with Alzheimer’s or some other dementia, according to the Alzheimer’s Association. Deaths from Alzheimer’s have risen by 68% from 2000 to 2010. The Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York found that while many activities offered cardiovascular benefits, dancing is the only form of physical activity to assist in preventing cognitive decline.

The results of reducing the risk of Dementia were as follows:

  1. Bicycling and swimming 0%
  2. Playing golf 0%
  3. Doing crossword puzzles at least four days a week 47%
  4. Reading 35%
  5. Dancing frequently 76%

Dancing has the greatest risk reduction of any activity studied, cognitive or physical.

Start building your cognitive reserve today

The history of Tap Dancing

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Hear what TAPfit® users are saying!

Testimonial - Carol

“It’s been the most fun thing I’ve done... I’ve been telling my friends and they’re all jealous”

Testimonial - Tricia

“I think I’ve tried everything – TAPfit has really worked because you actually achieve the results”

Testimonial - Matt

“TAPfit is changing people’s lives”