I'm looking at trying to run straight after work and I'd like to be able to create routes round the canal towpaths in Salford. I use mapmyrun but it doesn't have the footpaths, only the canals and roads and I'm not 100% sure of exactly where the paths are. Can anyone recommend a site that would let me create routes and export them to mapmyrun or another Android app.
I'm about a c/d cup (and quite heavy and droopy) so I definitely need a good strong sports bra.
I had a look at Bravissimo online, and I might try them if I come out as a D cup and can't find anything I like. My friend likes them too for ordinary bras. It's just they're in central Manchester and that means getting the train or paying for parking.
Might go the the Trafford Centre on my day off, that way I can check out M&S, John Lewis and Debenhams. At least that way I should get a good idea of what fits. I'll probably be cheeky and get a drink and check out the online retailers when I know what fits.
I'm looking at buying a couple of new sports bras and was wondering where other people recommend buying them from. I want to get measured and I've lost nearly 2 stone since I bought my last one. Am I best going to a normal high street shop (e.g. Marks and Spencers), a specialist bra shop or a sports shop which also has a bra measuring service. I need a strong one as I'm quite big and heavy up top.
I'm looking for a hydration belt. I've been running 10k for about 9 months but I'm now looking at increasing my distance to half marathon and possibly even marathon. I've never drunk whilst doing the 10k but I'm thinking that if I'm increasing my distance I probably need to. I'm about 5' 4" and female and was wondering if anyone could recommend a hydration belt (i'm not sure about the idea of carrying a bottle in my hand), or tell me what I should be looking out for. Ideally I'd like to have somewhere to store a key and my phone as well so I don't need to take my arm band which tend to rub.