woman's running mag

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    some fab articles in this months mag, issue 15 april 11. one about how to stop your boobs from sagging :p and another one about running and bmi. how we can have a higher bmi if we exercise and be classed as a higher than normal weight even though we have a different muscle to fat ratio. very interesting. :)
     
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    Ooooooooo so how do you stop your boobs from sagging? What if they're already saggy, can you unsaggify them?

    The BMI thing makes total sense, I think it's just a rough guide anyway. The 'experts' can't say that someone who's weight lifting lots and has a high BMI is in an overweight zone if he/she isn't carrying any fat!!!

    Would you recommend the Women's Running Magazine, I just saw the website yesterday, and as you already know, I am a (budding) running, and I've been quite a few times since we last spoke on my running thread. hehehe! :)
     
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    i love running mags. i buy woman's running and runners world lol :D loads of tips. can't remember what it said about boobs.... said that gaining and loosing weight, age and a non supportive bra when exercising can contribute to saggy boobs. think it said chest press, press ups etc can support the muscles around the boobs and give the impression of a better boob even if they're a little 'old looking' lol :D
     
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    WOW, I just noticed you are only 1 lb away from your goal, WELL DONE! You must be so thrilled!

    Right, I'll be trying those exercises them, must also do more core work to get rid of the post-pregnancy belly, 1 year on ....
     
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