Carrying on from my last blog post on recommended sports bras for the big boobed runner with jiggling boobs, I thought it would be useful to let you know my personal recommendations on where to buy them. First of all, the aptly named Less Bounce has a fantastic selection of sports bras, including my favourites by Enell and Shock Absorber. They often have promotions going on and if you sign up for their mailing list, you’ll always be the first to know about any upcoming discounts. Customer service is good and they are quick to… View Post
Anyone who knows me will know that I have big boobs. I can’t hide the fact. At a 32G and a runner, it is therefore absolutely vital that I have a good sports bra. For this reason, I often get asked by fellow big-breasted ladies where they can get a good, cheap, sports bra. Good luck with that, ladies. Unfortunately, it is a fact that running with big boobs is going to hurt. According to this article, a pair of D-cup boobs weigh between 15-23 lbs. My non-scientific self calls bullshit on this, however it… View Post
Some of you will remember that some time ago, I reviewed a pair of Zaggora Hot Pants, in the hope that they would make me slim. There’s now a new kid on the block and they go by the name of Lunaling. Similar to the Zaggoras, they increase your energy expenditure during exercise and increase your core temperature, leading to quicker weight loss. Sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it? Well, the lovely people at Lunaling sent me a pair of their capris to try and being that I am lumpy at the moment,… View Post
Or at least I am according to the lovely Julia of Fitness Rocks! Thanks, Julia! I’m in good company as my bestie (I hate that word) of Jog Blog fame amongst others have also been selected. I’ve mostly eaten chips this week though. This is probably not the criteria of a fitness blogger, but do as I say, not do as I do. However, with my return to tenpin bowling and a half marathon training regime underway, I’m back on the wagon. Hooray!
or how to finish a marathon, by a slightly chubby and lazy 20 something. So, it’s that time of year where the spring marathon runners are fitting in their last long runs and starting to taper. It’s hard to believe that 2 years ago, I completed the Brighton Marathon. Especially in light of the fact that my foot has just been such a mess, I haven’t managed more than the occasional 1-2 mile jaunts over the past few months. A bit of me is jealous and wants to join in. One day, I will do… View Post