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Bustin' My Bootie



My (lack of big) boobs have been a lot happier recently. I have been searching for some new sports bras that are affordable and also do their job. I finally decided to order a few that looked promising. Two out of three were a complete fail. But the other one = happy, happy boobs.

I actually just ordered it because it was on sale and was a max support bra, which I figured should be good for running. Turns out it is perfect in every way. And although I didn't get a picture of myself in the awesome new bra, I have to say I even like it more than this one.

Here's a picture of my new Champion 360 Max Support Sports Bra floating in the air:
I love it so much that I sent the two failures back and got two more of this one. In different colors, of course.

Supporting my girls will come in handy as I tackle this:

I signed up for the Holiday Bootie Buster Challenge in 2009 and 2010 as well but didn't really stick to it or accomplish much. This year will be different, which is why I'm posting about it on here this time. Hopefully it will make me a little more accountable. If you want to join in the holiday bootie bustin' fun, head over to Run to the Finish for details

And since tomorrow I'll dressing up as a green M&M to join my two little princesses (What else would they be for Halloween?) for some Halloween party food and fun, I need all the bootie busting help I can get.

What are you doing this weekend?

Comments

  1. i keep seeing these handful bras and thinking I should test it out. I mean ain't nothing up here that needs much holding. :)

    Thanks for the shout out, have a happy halloween!!

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  2. I have that bra too... and it makes me wish that I was about 3 cup sizes smaller - so that it would work really well. :)

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  3. hahaha. this post makes me laugh. i probably need to be checking out that challenge. actually definitely.

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  4. I don't know why but ..... I think I don't need a bra.....

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  5. I love Champion. I need some new bras!

    This weekend I'm getting back out there with my running group for a long run. Also, it's supposed to snow. Today is going to be weird.

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  6. That picture definitely made me laugh! Have a great weekend!

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  7. Since i was 12 i wished i was flat chested. I prayed, i begged, but to no avail i am still a overflowing C. I don't see why boobs are such a big deal. They are way overrated and they just get in the way of running. Too bad my husband doesn't agree. Lol.

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  8. HaHa! This cracks me up - thanks for posting! Running with big girls seems to be a major pain!

    I joined the HBBC too! See you there! ;)

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