JUST when you thought you'd heard the last of boobs, they bounce up and slap you in the face again. This time with new research from the University of Porstmouth which shows that older boobs are less likely to bounce vertically - that's up and down to you and I. Younger women's boobs tend to bounce up and down, as well as side to side and in and out but an older woman's boobs move in a totally different way when exercising. Previous research shows that when running most women's breasts move in a figure of eight pattern but this new research has proved the need for a new look into sports bras for older women, to give them the maximum support.
This 'boob-band' keeps your boobs in place and looks better than a sports bra
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That simple. My string is about 3 cm wide 1 cm thick. No I'm not a mum, I'm 21 and I have big girls that have a mind of their own and do not like to be restrained. The string works wonders, there is minimal bouncing. No need to invest on very high No need to invest on very high end boob bands etc.
This Is Why Your Boobs Look Different—and Move Differently—As You Age
In my dreams I wake up every morning without the aid of an alarm and head out for a brisk jog, before instagramming my acai bowl and heading out the door to work. In reality I oversleep after hitting snooze one too many times, skip breakfast and attempt a 'brisk jog' to the train station whilst trying to hold my boobs down. Because lets be real ladies, having breasteses is a serious hinderance to our running careers. We've all been there. You make that New Year's resolution, you're going to take up running.
Blessed are the flat-chested, for they will never know the struggle of having to use their arms to hold their boobs down as they race up a flight of stairs, or having to layer sports bras just to go for a jog. With that said, our anxiety about drooping boobs as we age is pretty much validated. The way they move can even indicate your age: A study conducted by the Research Group in Breast Health at Portsmouth University used sensors and 3-D scanning software to monitor the busts of two sets of women, aged 18—25 and 45—65, during brisk walks. Her name is Professor Joanna Scurr , and she knows all there is to know about your boobs. One of her pet subjects is the degree to which women are put off by sports based on their breast discomfort alone.