Things you didn't know about buying a sports bra

The right fit in a sports bra

A sports bra must prevent your breasts from bouncing, sagging and stretching. You do NOT want all your hard work getting your body healthier, fitter and awesome, to lead to breast stress, stretch marks and sagging!

The firmness of the bra depends on the type of exercise. High-intensity cardio activities demand more breast support than weight lifting moves. Chafing is another issue which is prevented by choosing a sports bra of the right fabric and make. Typically, the better the quality—and yes, expense—the greater likelihood of a good fit without chafing. But hey… your “girls” are worth protecting!

Complete breast coverage

Make sure that no part of either breast is spilling out of the cup or the bra — look for the next size up if they’re being squeezed out.

Support as you move

When you try it on, jump up and down in the dressing room. Make sure that your breasts are supported and are not bouncing too much in the bra. High knees in place will definitely put the bounce rate to the test. Don’t worry about what other people will think if they hear you pounding the floor in the room next door. These are your babies you’re protecting, and you see them everyday. You’ll probably never see your dressing room neighbors again, and maybe hearing you will help them to know how they might test theirs too!

Comfort when you move

If the bra feels like it’s digging or cutting into your skin, try a larger size. It’s a fine line, but you’ll need to discern appropriately snug versus too tight. If it’s not comfortable now, it will only start to dig in more the longer you wear it.

Sailair - Maximum support

Maximum support, concealed wire for cushioned support, Super soft elastic band for comfort and movement, Breathable padding with wicking liner to keep you extra dry, Padded straps and bonded, seamless technology that eliminates irritation

Price: 34.99 €