Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Get some support!

I shall forewarn the men....this post may not interest you...or maybe it will. :)

I was out on Sunday for my long run. I had planned on doing 10.5 and had no problems completing it. The first 2 miles were fairly interesting...here is what happened:

Just as I stepped out onto the path a woman ran by me. Immediately my eyes were drawn to her chest. I am not a perv....but the woman had no sports bra on! And, she was fairly well-endowed. Being a well-endowed chick myself, I know the struggles of finding a supportive sports bra. This woman was just wearing a regular bra and the amount of bounce going on was unbelievable. It looked liked her two buddies were having a fight! I also thought it looked fairly painful!

The woman turned around just behind me and headed out in the same direction as myself. She passed me, since I was walking for my warm-up. I soon started running myself and since we were running at the same pace, I ran about 25 ft behind her for the first 2 miles. It made me feel better to see that everyone who passed her going the other way also stared at her chest...it was just that bad.

So...here is what I wonder....does she not own a sports bra? Were all of her sports bras in the wash? Does she enjoy the attention? I have no idea. She ran at least 5 miles, so it is not like she was only out for a mile or so.

I would never run without a sports bra. When we first got Dance Revolution for the Wii I had to run upstairs and put one on before I proceeded to bounce around. I have even taken a dirty one out of the laundry if I had none clean...gross I know, but it would be just painful to run without one.

So...what do y'all think?? Am I just crazy about this? Will anyone out there make me feel better by also admitting to wearing a dirty sports bar as a last resort??

6 comments:

WendyBird said...

I'm not all that well endowed, but I would never run without a good sports bra!! And yes, when I first started running I had to resort to wearing a bra retrieved from the hamper, but I'm well stocked now :-) By the way, my very favorite sports bras, the most supportive I've found, are $9 at Wal-Mart so it isn't like they are out of the average persons price range. (It is the one I had on in my forum pic.)

Tanya said...

Yes, I have indeed gone digging through the laundry hamper in search of a sports bra for a run. When I first started running, I just used my regular bras and that didn't last long-way too much bouncing and chafing going on. I prefer keeping the girls in check when I run-I definitely don't want the attention!

Laurel @ Ducks in a Row said...

I would never run without a sports bra. I've worn old ones, that aren't as supportive and after about 5 minutes - I'm home, throwing them in the trash. Ouch to wearing a regular bra

Wilma NC said...

I think bouncing boobs look really painful too. Also bouncing butts. I guess that's why I walk instead of run, lol.

Momshomerun said...

It does sound a bit odd. It sounds like she could have done with a good bra, if not for appearances sake than for comfort sake.

I'm not very well endowed, but I always wear a bra.

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