If any of you ladies out there know of good options for an equipment upgrade for those offending b**bs, please let me know! I'm not a big fan of the unib**b, but if needs must, then so be it.
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
What Goes Up Must Come Down, or . . . Equipment Upgrade Required
I noticed something today when I was riding Dawn bareback at the trot. Now that she's able to be soft and relaxed, she's really using her hindquarters and core to lift herself, which means that her trot has a lot of up and down to it. Now, my seat is pretty well plastered to her back - I don't bounce - and the rest of my body goes along pretty nicely . . . with one glaring exception. Those of you ladies with small br***ts (please excuse asterisks - I'm not interested in that sort of internet search!) may not have this problem, but I'm not one of those. As we trot, those parts of my female anatomy that don't have muscles are going up . . . and down . . . pretty violently, which isn't exactly comfortable. I haven't really had this problem much when doing hunter/jumper riding, as very little sitting trot is involved. The last time I did a lot of bareback riding was a long time ago when I was a teen and things were . . . ahem . . . a little less flexible.