morning. Time to prepare for bed, but flatmate is in bathroom.Flatsharing is a joy already.See you in a few hours, plodpals. morning ploddersjust had to hobble downstairs like an old lady, clinging to the banister. Knees complaining after yesterdays long run...At least i can't g...
morning. Am going to be in more pain than I can imagine in the morning. But it's good to be back in the aikido-saddle.night... 'lo aiki - well done on getting beaaten upI'm off to the gym in a bit even tho its a day off work and i could go later. Got to do things or I'll just si...
I've got the cheek of the Irish, well I am doing Connemara halfOk so I live in the South, so does Gavo, well sort of, when he aint dossing in the NorthSo where are we going for the next social then ? This thread is basically to decide thatYorkYorkYorkOr would you prefer York ?Le...
I've done it! I've entered my first marathon!Now why do none of those training schedules run for 8 months?! Hi SVT. There is another Abingdon thread somewhere. I lost track of it after 29/1. If I come across it I'll boing it for you.You've picked a quality event for your first...
so am wondering what's new. Before I start with the body glide and vaseline etc..I was wondering if it might be a) too big, too small - maybe i've lost/gained weight? b) old bras? have they got rough from being washed a zillion times? (prob should add
Does anyone recommend a sports bra which is both comfortable and supportive and also wicks. depends what size you are. if you are a larger chested lady, lots of peeps on here use the enell. i use a shock absorber.i bought mine from www
I'm about to invest in an Enell. However, I'm wondering what size to buy. I'm normally a 34F in day to day bras but find I have to wear a 34G Berlei Shock Absorber level 4. I can't decide if I should be a size 1 or a size 2. Any sizing advice
Shock Absorber Impact level 3 sports bra that's designed to fit B (not 32), C, D, DD, E and F cup sizes.
This update of the perenially popular Pro Victory Compression bra has an improved design which provides excellent support and comfort.
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