I’d like to say it’s purely because of my breasts that I’m not a professional athlete.
Unfortunately I think its more my complete lack of coordination and sporting ability that’s the problem rather than my DD, sometime E boobs.
Still, many will know the anxiety and pain of moving vigorously without the necessary support. But while finding a sports bra that doesn’t make your poor breasts feel like they’re on a trampoline may seem like an elusive search, I think I’ve finally done it. Now for that Nobel Prize…
Listen: Ever heard of boob thrush? It’s the very good reason why you should wash your bra more often. Post continues after audio.
I attended an event held by Triumph last week to celebrate the launch of their new triaction sports range. It was a spin class – my first, and the perfect test for a sports bra’s capability.
I put on my colourful Triaction Control Lite Minimiser Sports Bra, $74.95 and matching logo t-shirt supplied to guests, half-expecting to have to clutch at my breasts to hold them whilst simultaneously holding onto the bike handles. I envisioned dramatically toppling off said bike, all in the name of supporting my boobs.
What happened was the opposite.