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Topic: Sports Bras
Posted By: Precious Girl
Subject: Sports Bras
Date Posted: February 06 2007 at 5:51pm
I have P.E and we have to run about a mile and a half each time. The teacher looks at me and sometimes yells when I don't run but it's not my fault. I have a larger chest than most girls in my class and even with the sports bra I have it still hurts to run. Any advice? Are there any good sports bras you know of or any more supportive techniques? I am a 34-36 C and in 9th grade. I cannot talk to the teacher as he is a man and won't understand.

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Posted By: Astarte
Date Posted: February 08 2007 at 11:26am
I've heard that http://enell.com - Enell makes wonderful, very supportive sports bras.
If you go to an activewear store near you, such as Academy, check their selection of sports bras for a good underwire one.  To be safe you can test it out in the dressing room..(may feel silly jumping around, but well worth it for a good bra!).  If worst comes to worst, you could try wearing two at the same time (an old trick I remember from middle school gym class...).  Hopefully that won't be necessary; there are great sportswear brands out there that have products especially designed for larger-chested women.
Best of luck to you!


Posted By: Cherryblsmgrl
Date Posted: February 10 2007 at 4:57pm
Sounds like you need a better sports bra. L.L. Bean makes really supportive bras for high impact sports. You can order them online and in your cup size. I am a runner with a large chest and these bras work best for me.

In the meantime, try wearing 2 sports bras for added support.


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