Boobs, just like everything else on a females’ body, come in all sizes. Some by the handful, some are more than handful. Some girls have been wearing two sports bras at a time to keep their boobs from creating black eyes, while other ladies can wear a tank sans bra and be a-ok!
But I think the ladies around the world can all agree that we want our ‘girls’ to stay just as perfect as can be!
Now, I know that’s not reality. But one way I know to help with some saggy boob is to support my girls while running.
A few of my fellow coaches & mentors turned to Moving Comfort and Fleet Feet Savannah to get some girl support. Not only did we get to jump around in our bras to make sure we had maximum support (sorry boys that you missed that, but I can assure you that there were no pillow fights!), but we made sure that the straps were snug but comfortable too! Also, different styles of bras are best for different size cups. Not sure what you need and don’t have a store near you? Try their virtual Sports Bra Fitting Room on Moving Comfort’s website! Input what you need and want, PRESTO!
Now let’s see what the four of us thought of our bras. And for limited disclosure and because I am a weenie and don’t want people to know which boobs are mine. We are headless and nameless in our reviews…. keeps ya guessing
Oh and co-workers…. just turn away now. Please and thank you
Comments from Coach #1:
-Great for large chested women
-Support for running
- No need for glide. No chaffing!
-No negatives with this bra yet! All LOVE!!
Comments from Coach #2:
• Seam-free interior molded cups encapsulate for extra support and shaping
• Moderate-contour cups give shape, modesty and maximum moisture transfer with a seamless look
• Back Powermesh zone provides ventilation to keep you cool
• Flattering front shaped seams give feminine, supportive shaping.”
Comments from Coach #3
I feel like I get better support with the Juno’s racer back design. I actually have 5 Moving Comfort Juno bras that I rotate to make them last longer. One of the best things is the bra has adjustable straps. I tend to be shorter in the torso so many “traditional” sized bra straps are too loose. Moving Comfort bras allow you too adjust to comfort and need. One of the only cons is actually getting the bra off after a good and sweaty work out. This can be quite tricky. After many years of getting in/out of cheer & dance outfits I have learned the trick of getting out of my sports bras: cross your arms across your chest and reach back like you are going to hug yourself, then grab the bottom of the bra (as far back as you an comfortably reach) and then lean forward and pull at the same time. Magically this works for me.
Comments from Coach #4
Years of wearing double sports bras are a thing of the past. I love my new Juno bra and the support I get from it. I do glide around my straps, both the shoulder and under strap, just in case of chaffing although I haven’t had any issues. I have worn this on my long runs of 16-18 miles and felt supported throughout. I can’t wait to be a Moving Comfort customer for my running life!
Now you can see….. we are all girls of different sizes and we all love our Moving Comfort and the support they give our girls!
If you’re local, come into Fleet Feet this month and bring your old bra, get a new one, and support a great cause!
How do you keep your girls supported?
(We received a free bra through Fleet Feet and Moving Comfort, but all opinions are our own)