Mary Jo Rosso: "I’ve taken my shirt off during some summer runs, but only in the forest preserve. Once I’ve reinterred civilization, the shirts gone back on. This was a huge step for me!"
Danielle Flanagan: "I definitly should not due to my postpartum cottage cheese belly but its getting hotter by the day and Im training for my first marathon. I know the long runs will get longer and well what happens during team in training runs will hopefully stay at team in training runs :)"
Tracy: "I am what you call a 'head sweater.' I am always wiping my brow on my shoulder or shirt sleeve, so I have not attempted to run sans shirt. I may try it someday or maybe on a shorter run – I think I owe it to myself to experience this liberating feeling."
Charlene: "Last weekend, I ALMOST went for it for the 1st time since I was in college when I was tricked by the 48 degree temperature at the start of the run and was about to die in my long sleeves by the end of the run BUT, I didn’t want to blind anyone with my glaringly white belly. I’ve been applying self-tanner to the belly since then and might just be brave enough on an early morning run this week! A cute new sports bra would definitely help my confidence!"
Jess: "I used to dare to bare…two babies and c-sections later, its something I’ve just again started to contemplate. After reading the comments from the Tribe, I’m ready to show off my stretch marks with pride!"
Mary Jo, Danielle, Tracy, Charlene, and Jess: Please email us at runmother [at] gmail [dot] com, telling us your first and last name, mailing address, bra size (e.g. 36C, not just "Small" or "Large"), as well as your preferred Saucony bra. Enjoy your weekend: Sorry we can't give all 1,391 of you who entered a new Saucony bra.