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Big breasted women shouldn't do sports????


Hey I did it again! This is almost becoming a habbit! I went to the gym this morning, did half an hour in the gym with 100 weighted crunches, and some time on the cycle and rower as well as machines to tone up my legs and bum. I also did half an hour in the pool and my hours aqua fit class.
I wanted to do an hour in the pool and an hour in the gym, but I ended up loosing an hour trying to buy a new sports bra. One really isn't enough if I'm going to be in the gym 2 - 3 times a week, We just don't go through enough white things to warrant 3 white washes in a week.
It seems that if you have breasts larger than DD you are not expected to want to do sports, as no where could I find a 38 G sports bra! Sometimes I can fit into an F cup, but there was nothing over a DD. I haven't been a DD since high school!
I ended up buying an F in an "Ultra Firm Minimiser" which is ugly as sin, but I can cram myself into it, and it does the job. I.E. my boobs don't hit me in the face when I work out now! I'm not happy about having to buy this one!
I've also invested in some "tummy controle" knickers (also ugly) to keep my flabby tummy from giggling all over the place while I'm in the gym. These are things I have been recommended by larger ladies who work out to minimise thepain caused by flapping wobbily bits! The whole consept is highly unattractive! The underware isn't much better!!!
The things we put our selves through in order to look good!
On the up side I did manage to find a sweet bra/knicker set in light grey with Hello Kitty on them for cheap. Very cute! I might just have to model those for my beloved tonight! And show up my toned up bod!

Comments

Rainypete said…
I've not heard of armor for the gym before! You could moonlight as a vigilante with all that protection strapped to your body!
Donna said…
Figleaves and Bravissimo both do sports bras in bigger sizes ...

Shock Absorber

I had one similar to this when I used to go to the gym and it kept my 36G norks strapped firmly down!!

Be careful you don't overdo it ... sounds like a mammoth session!
MummaWalker said…
Thanks for that, I'll get one ordered.

Still ugly though, isn't it! lol

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