I had the opportunity to speak to 10 large-busted runners after my half marathon, and 15 Hourglassy readers shared your experiences with bust size in relation to weight loss. Â I was actually surprised that the majority of the women who joined in the discussion did not lose any, or only a very small amount of, cup size when they lost weight. I thought that I was one of the few, not the many. Â Once again I’ve found comfort in our busty sisterhood.
I love my readers! Â I can always count on y’all to come through for me whenever I ask for input. Â One thing I’ve noticed is that there is something missing from my sports bra/weight loss posts. Â I’m primarily a runner, and although I do weight train on occasion (not as much as I should), that’s the extent of my current fitness routine. Â It would be great to get a wider range of experiences. Â It’d be interesting to learn how having a larger bust size affects swimmers, bikers, those of us that ride horses or those that do Crossfit. Â I know that you all have a depth of knowledge to share. Â Who knows? You may inspire others to try a new activity.
While we are on the subject of trying new things, I’m happy to report that Hourglassy has made contact with Carol Hartley, the dancer in the third Big Ballet photo that Darlene posted yesterday. Â This is a wonderful opportunity for us to get input from a large-busted dancer! Â I will be interviewing her for an upcoming column and hope you will flood the comment section with anything you’d like me to ask her!