Running bras and Yoga bras are not the same thing.
I am a runner and a yogi with a drawer for all fitness clothes. I don't have them separated by discipline. Maybe I need to be more disciplined. I went on a run today as part of my half marathon training and my legs felt heavy and sluggish. My boobs did not because I was wearing this:
and not this...
I am brilliant. It wasn't until the end of the run that I noticed just how in place my girls were. Not moving or playing peekaboo with my neighbor walking his collie. I'm not that brilliant. I have worn that very bra to run and it hurt my pecs, pectoral muscles that is. Shakin' like a quake. On that day my legs were the perky ones.
Why am I discussing my boulder holders?
Because I deserve it. Almost 11 years ago (when I was 32) I had breast reduction surgery - deemed medically necessary by my totally cool plastic surgeon. Now I did not have 'freak boobs' I am fairly tall (5'7") with a sturdy bone structure but they were too much for me. Hated it. Think Loni Anderson without the self-esteem. I had just over 2 pounds of breast tissue removed (no, you cannot have it for yourself - do you how many times I was asked why they couldn't transfer it to a more flat-chested friend.) I still have healthy C's but they match me. Like your bra should match your sport.
This cottage is making me smarter already. Here I am hard it work...
The State of Virginia owes me a Thank You note. Because If I hadn't had that surgery, the quake would've been at least a 6 magnitude. Less boob. Less shake.
What kind of bra do you wear? How do you lessen earthquakes?