needs to wear a sports bra, irrespective of size. A study by Portsmouth University showed that running causes unsupported breasts to move in a 3D figure of eight, which can lead to breast pain over time. The tests found sports bras reduced the movement
a question of size: shape, density and personal preference come into it too."We tested a range of top-selling and new bras on women runners (sizes 32-36, A-F); these were the highlights.Sportjock Action Sports Bra, sizes 28-40, A-C; 10 colours
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