Kinsey I tried two bras when I was first pregnant which seemed to help.
Think at the moment I'll be looking at the sportsjock or the shock absorber running bra - sounds like these do the job.
MM wasn't too sure how my pelvic floor was but got a bit of a reminder on Monday at Molly's sports day. I went up to do the mum's race only to find out, too late, that it was a sack race needless to say my body objected to the jumping would be an understatement. However I did manage to do star jumps when I did the Davina DVD so not all bad.
I've also got a x-trainer which I really should dust off. I used it when I was injured last year and it kept my fitness levels up.
Weaning seems so far off at the moment. Can't remember when Molly was weaned, just remember it being messy. My try the baby led weaning sounds good.
Joggergirl couldn't agree more, you are a friendly bunch.
K4t thanks for the bra advice. Have had a shock absorber before so will look into the one you've recommended, may also check out the others.
Fire fighters - where do you live k4t?!
Nic sorry to hear about the ankle. Hope its feeling better soon. What is the haybale race?
Slow and old impressed you're doing the course just to keep the brian active. The thought of studying just for the sake of it does not appeal to me. Having said that I'm thinking of looking into becoming a personal trainer, so would need to find out what qualifications I need.
So glad I'm not running at the moment, my car outside temp guage read 25 today. Who said Scotland isn't warm
I will try and go slower, but that might mean I'm almost at a walking pace
I'm hoping to follow the BUPA 5k plan which is a walk/run plan building slowly up to running. It worked last time so hopefully it will work this time.
Cragchick I'd never thought of my first post pregnancy runs being like that.
Quick question for you all. I'm currently breast feeding and as a result my boobs are huge (36 DD possibly bigger if Charlotte is due for a feed). Can any of you recommend any sports bras with really good support
Some of you may recognise me from the pregnant runners forum, well I thought I'd take the plunge and come in and say hello.
Well the good news is my baby girl, Charlotte, seems to like her sleep, which means I'm feeling pretty good and almost back to my old self. The bad news is I haven't been out for a run yet.
Got my 6 week check up next Wednesday so hoping to go for my first run after that. Have, however, been doing some exercise - walking, fitness DVD - and I'm pleased to say that aerobically it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. I think the main problem may be getting my pace right when I do get out there, that was my stubbling block when I first started running - setting off to fast.
Any advice you guys may have will, as always, be welcomed.