Up there *points*
Ooh.... I think I might have to copy and paste that picture....
I've been known to take off my top and run in my sports bra only under the following conditions:- I'm completely alone (as in no other person in the next 3/4 miles)- It's over 35'c and my tshirt is drenched in my own sweat and weighing me down.
Regarding colours - I'd like to quote a blog that I read that matches my style directly:
"...I don’t know too many people with less appropriate fashion choices than myself. But I have an attraction to colors like a five year old kid. If I like a green shirt that is visible to even the blind and a pair of toxic orange legwarmers, there’s absolutely no reason why they should not be worn together. With a knit red hat. And black shorts. And my barefoot runners...."
I can't see the woman JB describes, but I sometimes run in cropped top and shorts in hot weather.
I don't care about colour co-ordination - it's functional rather than fashionable. And is only going to get soaked in sweat.
I have seen here now. On one of the adverts.
Do not care what she looks like as I would not say no.
She looks fine to me.
Shorts could be shorter as those shorts are going to ride up at speed.
Split shorts all the way I say. Anything more than a 2" seam is for the beach.
As far as I am concerned the look, as apposed to the performance, of running gear peaked around 1977 down hill on the way since then.
I mean look at that!
This Steve Prefontaine by the way;
Really have to get me some running vests for the summer. This mornings run was in my lime green Nike Dri-Fits
Chased down the number 43 all the way down the Holloway road.
Yes I beat it of course got a thumbs up from a guy on the top deck.
Why is the bloke wearing a bra? That is just so wrong.
Fortune favours the brave.
Too often I hear runners say "oh I could have pushed harder but couldnt be bothered"
Your running plan should always include an element of the " faster, harder"
To the next lamp post, to the tramp, to the bus stop, up that hill...
I have found its helped me in races, if your going to beat me your going to have to
be bothered because I am.
I've not seen this lady in question.. is there a picture online?
My question is how does Ian M know what nipple pasties are?
No bus in London has done 40 mph in traffic since 1977 and that was in an episode of the Sweeney!
Really you cant show your nipples?!
Who in gods name is going to be offended, tittilated or other wise aroused by the sight of nipples in a tri?
Though I suppose their job is to think like "joe public" who might be all twisted out of shape by such things.
It's OK, we understand.
You were young and you needed the money!
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