Can girls run with big boobs? A study has revealed that the bigger your boobs, the slower you are able to run. Scientists at the University of Portsmouth found that runners who have boobs bigger than a DD cup will take longer to complete a marathon than those with an A cup, even the fitness levels of the two runners are similar.
How do women with big boobs run? Well, a new study appears to have the answer. The bigger your boobs, the slower you run, scientists at the University of Portsmouth found. Runners with DD boobs will take longer to complete a marathon than those with an A-cup – even if they have similar fitness levels.
Why is it hard to run with big boobs? A pair of D-cup boobs weigh in at 15 to 23 pounds. That’s more than enough to pull your trunk forward, force you into a hunched-over running posture, decrease your stride’s efficiency, and up your risk of injury, McGhee says.
Why does running with big boobs hurt? On average, breasts move 10cm in three directions during running, according to the University of Portsmouth’s Research Group in Breast Health. For women with larger breasts, it’s typical that they experience more displacement and are therefore more susceptible to pain.