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Wednesday, May 13, 2009


This is the blog post where you all realize how pathetic I really am (if you haven't already).  I should also mention that there will be bosom talk later in this post so if you'd rather not read about them, close this browser now.

Usually I watch The Biggest Loser and I eat chips or ice cream.  I'm a rebel, I tell ya.  Something happened to me this morning and I decided I was going to do the Couch to 5K program.  I hop on the treadmill and start off really well.  I've got my tunes blaring in my ears.  Eva is cheering me on. Then I get to the running part.

Egads.  My bosoms are too huge for this.  Even with my industrial strength, Oprah approved bra, they weren't made for this sort of movement.  What the heck was I thinking?  In my defense, I lasted 10 minutes.  I was supposed to go for 20.  Then I read the warning on the treadmill that you should get off if you're short of breath.  Um, isn't that the point of a treadmill?  But I digress.

I think I'll just have to stick with my (self-titled) Yoga for Fatties.  Although, even then they get in the way.

My dream: somebody with a lot of patience (a la Bob Harper) wants to take me on as a client (for free) so I can blog about the experience, get skinny, or die trying.  OR someone invents a breast reduction surgery that doesn't scare the crap out of me.


  1. I can share your sentiments 1000%. It's so hard to get rid of the weight, but so much fun to put it on! Be proud that you were able to do ten minutes...I think it's great!

  2. well, how does being a free online client work for you? check it out at .

    No, I haven't worked with Oprah... heck, I don't really get into celebs, but a lot of celebs use the program that we coach online... does that count?

  3. I know this isn't the point of the post. But I love that you eat chips or ice cream while watching the Biggest Looser. :) We are kindred spirits.

  4. Just hold them. Wouldn't that work? Ha ha! What if you jogged really slow? What speed were you going? There must be a way! There must!

  5. This sounds like a job for Dr. Oz on his new Dr. Oz show this fall. . .and I will go to the show with you as your support person. . :)

  6. I never, ever run. When I work out I find layers are the key: one really good sports bra(that lifts and separates and minimizes, not the uniboob type), then a too small regular sports bra, and then a t shirt. There is still some bounce, but it does help. Maybe you should just power walk?

  7. I'm with you on this problem, Christy. I too have it -- hence the reason I despise exercise. That, and the whole sweating thing. But I am convinced there are NO bras that prevent pain when doing cardio when you have this dilemma! :)