I am considering getting the T-Tapp book and/or DVDs. I recently lost about 60 pounds, and I am not necessarily interested in losing much more but I do want to tighten up and improve my physical fitness. I also want to be able to more easily maintain my weight loss and I know a good exercise program will help me with this. Challenges are: 1) Sedentary job (and yes, I already try to do as much walking as possible, use the stairs, park next door etc.) 2) >1 hour commute each way every day-- which means that my DD4 and I get home a touch late-- and if I try to squeeze in exercise in the evening it really steals from our family time. After she goes to bed, there is not enough time to do what I need to do, exercise, and wind down to get to sleep at a reasonable time. With the long am commute I am sorry but... I have tried to get up that much earlier to work out and can't stay on track with it. SO: I already do some great workouts on the weekend, but that is just not enough for changes. T-Tapp is supposed to be a short time. I could *certainly* find 15 minute to exercise. Is it *really* 15 minutes though? What about warm up, cool down and time to get ready? That is the problem with, say, the treadmill. Yeah, 15 minutes on it is great several days/ week. BUT it is really 45- 1 hour considering getting into appropriate clothes and shoes, wamr up with stretching, the workout itself, cool down, stretching, and cleaning up. Any thoughts? Also-- tips on where to buy/ what to buy?