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    Help Good sports bras?

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    I am fairly large busted, 36 D/DD. Not huge, but big enough to cause some issues. Plus after 2 babies back to back, they have seen much better days. Anyways, when I work out, I have to wear like, 3 bras. A sports bra, a cami w/ built in bra, AND a workout top with the bra added.

    And even then, they still tend to bounce around more than I'd like. I just bought a champion sports bras when I signed up at the gym, since I wasn't sure if I was going to keep up with it, and I didn't want to spend a ton of money if it wasn't going to be used. But now that I'm going to the gym more and more, I'm realizing I need a better bra. NEED one.

    So, suggestions? I'm willing to spend up to about $60.




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    I wear UnderArmor They hold the girls in place awesomely.

    http://www.underarmour.com/shop/us/e...ks/sports-bras


    I have both the kind the zips up in the front and the regular ones
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    I never thought of underarmor. I love their stuff!




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    Most of my sports bras are from high school cheerleading they are in sad sad shape, but I have a couple of champion extra support bras that I usually wear with a workout top that has a build in bra with it and I do alright. I also have a nike sports bra (I'm not sure what kind, I liked it because it looked strong enough, and because it was pink ) and they both seem to do the job pretty well for me. I am a 34 D/DD, I have not had any kids though, so that's all I can offer

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    There is a store called Title 9 and they have what is called the last resort bra and it is awesome for us larger busted women.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JennyJennJenn View Post
    Most of my sports bras are from high school cheerleading they are in sad sad shape, but I have a couple of champion extra support bras that I usually wear with a workout top that has a build in bra with it and I do alright. I also have a nike sports bra (I'm not sure what kind, I liked it because it looked strong enough, and because it was pink ) and they both seem to do the job pretty well for me. I am a 34 D/DD, I have not had any kids though, so that's all I can offer
    That's what I have... but they just don't hold me.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Emily89 View Post
    That's what I have... but they just don't hold me.
    sorry I couldn't be much help! I'd try under armor though, I'm usually impressed with their stuff!

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    Moving Comfort - Fiona

    This one is awesome and the straps are adjustable. I use it when I run.
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    I have several bras that I LOVE from Victoria Secret's sports line. I am a 34D/DD and need the support when I trail run! I have 2 different types, one w/ underwire and the straps go back like bra straps, my lady bits do not move when I wear these ones, its awesome and so comfortable! For yoga I have another type that is like a normal sports bra w/ all the elastic type stuff.

    Im stalking this page though, I think I want to try the last resort bra!


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