I'm new to Tapping. This is my first week ever doing the BWO. I'm still trying to learn the lingo and abbreviations (is there a post with those somewhere?).
I keep seeing fat shift mentioned. What is that? How can I prevent it?
I don't have alot to lose. I'm 5'3" and weigh about 126, but I have a very high percentage of fat especially around my belly (after having 4 children, including twins). I didn't measure before I started tapping--just figured as long as I was feeling good and fitting my clothes better it wouldn't matter. I'd like to be down to 115 and tone. I hurt my back during my 3rd workout because my legs were trembling and I couldn't hold my tuck during the twist. But I'm still able to exercise, PTL!
Why is it that those that don't have as much to lose seem to have much slower progress? I'm already mostly all grain free/sugar free in my diet (celiac with an occasional white chocolate mocha from STarbuck's). So, I don't think I could limit my diet anymore than it is already.
I just want to make sure I'm starting off on the right foot, kwim? I just got Fit & Fab from the library and will read that as I continue the BWO. I'd love your suggestions and explanation of fat shift and doing things right from the beginning.