GET THE RIGHT SUPPORT FOR YOUR SPORTTAKE OUR QUIZ
Whether you're walking, running, or pushing it to the limit, the right support is essential to protect your breasts. Our support factor rating, created with the Australian Institute of Sport, makes it easy to choose the right sports bra for your sport.
HOW TO CHECK IF YOUR SPORTS BRA FITS
Here's how to get your cups, band and straps to fit like a dream.
Needs to be made of strong, wide elastic so it can support properly. It will feel firmer than an everyday bra but not so tight that is is uncomfortable.
Rotate your upper body and raise your arms and your band should stay in place. If it doesn't then it's too big - try loosening the hook, going up a band size, or down a cup size. If you feel restricted or you see bulges and spillage then it's too small - try tightening the hook, going down a band size, or up a cup size.
A sports bra should minimise movement. Your breasts must be completely covered or encased within the cups to effectively limit any movement.
Do a squat jump, if you feel a lot of movement the cups are too big (go down a cup size), if your breast spills out over the top then they're too small (go up a cup size).
Straps should fit firmly but not too tight so as to leave marks or cause skin irritation. Likewise, they shouldn't be too loose or slipping. Adjust the straps as necessary, try crossing them over or opt for a racerback style.
BECAUSE FIT SHOULD COME FIRST
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