A Sports Bra Could Stop Your Breasts From Becoming Saggy And Unsightly! !


 A Sports Bra Could Stop Your Breasts From Becoming Saggy And Unsightly! !

Many women are now aware there are many benefits of wearing a sports bra while exercising. Although they may have felt a bit self conscious in the past, women these days are quick to take advantage of this knowledge. But being aware only half the battle! That’s because there are still a lot of myths and misconceptions about sports bras that will lead to you not realizing their full potential!

We want to make sure you know all the facts and can reap all the benefits — so we’ve put together this handy-dandy list of facts about sports bras (and some myths too!)

1) A sports bra can stop your breasts from becoming saggy and unsightly. One of the biggest myths is that a sports bra will make your breasts look smaller. This couldn’t be further from the truth and is one of the reasons why many women don’t wear sports bras. The truth is, wearing a sports bra can actually make your breasts appear larger by lifting them up in their proper place!

2) A sports bra will not change your breast size — but it will help to prevent breast sagging and keep them looking perky even after you turn 30. Despite popular belief — you should never go out and buy a large-size bra thinking it will help prevent sagging later on down the road. Smaller-sizes will be more effective in preventing sagging.

3) Women wear sports bras for other reasons other than preventing breast sag. Knowing that wearing a sports bra can help prevent breast sagging also means knowing it can also help with some of the other common problems of poorly fitting bras — including if they cause shoulder or back pain.

4) Traditional, underwire pushup bras are the ones causing you to feel uncomfortable and are leading to poor breast support. Traditional, underwired pushup bras sometimes lead to painful pressure on your shoulders and back that’s caused by the bra being too tight around your ribcage. This is not only uncomfortable — but a big contributor to unsightly breasts.

5) Sports bras exist in two different forms — compression and encapsulation (separate cups). Encapsulation bras are designed to cup the breasts separately, making them ideal for smaller-breasted women. They’re also great for controlling excessive bouncing while running.

6) No matter which type of sports bra you decide on, make sure you have two of them — one for everyday wear and one for heavy duty workouts. It’s a good idea to change into a new sports bra immediately after a workout rather than leaving it on during the shower or car ride home.

7) Buy a sports bra with an elastic back and thick straps. These two things will keep the bra in place and will minimize slippage. One of these two things is more important than the other — so make sure you choose thicker straps over elastic back. Thin, flimsy straps may prevent breasts from bouncing around — but they also don’t stay in place as well!

8) What about sports bras that are padded, lined or have underwire? Some women find padding in a sports bra uncomfortable — so if you’re someone who loves padding, opt for it to be removable. It’s also worth noting that lined bras should not be worn for heavy work out or intense exercise.

Conclusion: Women are wearing compression bras because they’re comfortable, effective and help them prevent breast sagging — and also to stop bounce. You can find this information in other places but it’s nice to have it all in one place!


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