I've got a bouncy hump.
I recently bought a Camelbak Flashflo. It's great in terms of not having to carry bottles of water about and actually having somewhere to put my house keys (I won't tell you where I kept them before, save to say I don't think anyone would have mugged me for them).
The thing is, I can't seem to stop it from jiggling about. I've never had one before, so I don't know if this is normal and something I have to get used to, or if I'm doing something wrong. If I wear it on my hips, it just ends up jiggling up to my waist, and if I wear it on my waist, I have to really tighten it to stop it moving which is quite uncomfortable. Pretty much all the running I do is hill and trail, so I'd like something that fits quite snugly.
Any tips? Apart from Mr.W's suggestion that I 'eat more pies'
I think you have to tighten it up.
My OH uses a double bottle belt, and to keep it from bouncing he has to have it really tight.
I tried it, but I just find it too uncomfortable.
Perhaps having a bit more cushioning is the way to go?
Thanks FB and Wilkie. I'll give tightening it up again a shot, I initially found it quite uncomfortable but maybe it's something I need to get used to.
it's either that or fixing it into place with the office stapler...
Wilkie - I wish! I'm flat as a pancake and gangly with it, it makes no difference how many pies I eat. And I do like my pies
office stapler is the way to go. Please post photos and also transcript of the conversation with A&E triage nurse
I saw an advert for a camelbak that fits into the back of a t-shirrt today. Suspect that jiggles even more than the belt, but am keen to find one in a store and look!
Heckenhocker wrote (see)
office stapler is the way to go. Please post photos and also transcript of the conversation with A&E triage nurse I saw an advert for a camelbak that fits into the back of a t-shirrt today. Suspect that jiggles even more than the belt, but am keen to find one in a store and look!
Heckenhocker - I'd be interested to hear how the shirts work out...
Do they make double ones that you can wear back to front, giving the illusion of two massive breasts?
Come on, there must be a market for something like that. I've seen those documentaries about guys who wear nappies for kicks...
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