AMR Trains #16: Adrienne Martini Runs a Naked 5K
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Taking one for the vicarious living team, Adrienne Martini bared her buns—and most everything else—in the Bouncing Buns Clothing Optional 5K.

On this entertaining podcast, she bares, among other things,:

—The impetus behind getting out of her comfort zone;

—Why she opted to wear a sports bra. (Hint: It wasn’t all for support!); and

—Whether or not she’d do it again.

Read Adrienne's race account, which interweaves the story of dropping her oldest at college for the first time.

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