Shock Absorber advert

You might not want to look at this at work.- but it will definitely put you off running with anything less than maximum support!!


  • Heavens above!!

    *buys sports bra*
  • I'm glad that I've got small one now.
    I started running last September and mine have shrunk considerably. Must be natures way of protecting them!!!
  • Good grief ... not something you generally think you'll see!

    I've always used Shock Absorber sports bras anyway, but this has just reinforced (sic) the belief in them!
  • will try a link makes your eyes water
    <a href="">bounceometer</a>
  • isnt that the same link as the first one??
  • What a great site
  • now how did I manage that
  • It's quite something isn't it?
    Alex got sent it though work ( he works for But, knowing you lot, he was surprised that it hadn't already been on the forums :-O
  • Having gone from a G to a D with my weightloss I can honestly say I prefer to be smaller. I did use a shockabsober at my biggest and it did help emensly, but there's not a great deal you can do to stop back pain whilst running when you're well endowed.

    I'll be sticking with the shockabsorber anyhow - that ad is an eye opener.
  • Mine have gone from a D to an A/B with weight loss and running.
    I wish it would stop going off my boobs now and come off my stomach instead.
    My body never does what I want it to do.
    I have one shock absorber and a couple of other type. I will make sure I use the shock absorber on the longer runs even with my small ones from now on.
  • Stomach always seems to be the last place to shift, I'm pretty sure my chest is still shrinking, hoping I dont lose it all before my wedding day as I've already got the dress
  • MuttleyMuttley ✭✭✭
    Apparently the breasts bounce 135m for each mile a woman runs. Says so here:

    What I want to know is, does that count towards mileage totals? Should there be separate race starts for the ladies, half a mile up the road?
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