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Jumping Rope - today's feature

Sunday, June 23, 2013

OK ... so here I am ... over 250 lbs ... big breasted, hanging belly, bat wings under my arms .. thunder thighs. Me .. jump rope .... NOT LIKELY. First I'd have to figure out a way to tie down my stomach so it flop while jumping THEN aside from a sports bra ... does anyone think about getting black eyes from this venture ??? And yes, my arms would be waving and laughing at me every step of the way.

NOT a pretty site ... nope, not at all !!! emoticon

emoticon by the way, this is NOT me, there's no fat on this person :)

This is more me :)


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  • v LOSIN_IT4GOOD
    I have to hold my stomach fat when I do jumping jacks...
    I need my hands for that.
    If I fastened myself into a straight jacket...maybe I could do the jump rope. LOL!
    Good for you that you are able to do this!
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    1128 days ago
  • v MRSBUCKEYE
    Over the shoulder boulder holder !!!!

    emoticon
    1128 days ago
  • v WALLAHALLA
    I'd be thrilled if I could find a sports bra that actually offered support for a large busted woman. All the ones in the stores around here are A or B cups, with a rare C cup. My last bra fitting was for an H cup. I definitely need to try them on, so trying to shop for them online is just a joke.
    1128 days ago
  • v MRSBUCKEYE
    You go roc ... jump for me also !!!
    1128 days ago
  • v PHEBESS
    I actually love jumping rope (even when I was 235 lbs - but, well, I've never had big breasts) - rough on the back, knees, feet, though. Had to give it up due to degeneratings disks. But it's great exercise, and fun!
    1128 days ago
  • v DANCINCAJUN1
    ok I was thinking of jumping rope ... you convinced me that yes I should !!! LOL .... roc
    emoticon -- not me either !!
    1129 days ago
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