I need a sports bra!!

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cheer4michel...

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Posted: 19 Jul 2012, 19:41
I am a very well endowed woman...DDD to be exact. I need a sports bra that holds everything where it should be. I flop around so much someone is going to get hurt! Mainly me!! Any Ideas? HELP!!
Deserve...

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Posted: 19 Jul 2012, 20:11
TaTa Tamer from Lululemon. Its amazing!


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mmpearce

Joined: May 11
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Posted: 20 Jul 2012, 09:49
I hear good things about title nine sports bras. Looks like some go up to DDD. I'm on a mom email list and this is where people go for jog bras when they are still nursing and nothing else does the job.

http://www.titlenine.com/category/sports-bras-and-undies/medium-high-impact-sports-bras.do?nType=1
Nic7

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Posted: 20 Jul 2012, 09:58
Under armour has really good support bra's for larger sizes. They have free shipping from the website. Ta Ta tamers from lu lu lemon are great also.
bella611

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Posted: 20 Jul 2012, 12:27
I recommend Glamourise Bras. They come in sizes up to 52I. Amazon carries them for around $25 each. I fence and run a lot these days (with my Ds) and they don't bounce with this bra. I will also say the bra is comfortable enough for everyday wear.
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skong

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Posted: 20 Jul 2012, 12:40
I use Shock Absorber bras, the "B5044" model, to be specific for my DD's. I have others but I keep using my Shock Absorber bras as I find them the most comfortable, I bought 3 of the same one!
amandaowen69

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Posted: 20 Jul 2012, 15:56
I have the same problem with DDD's and am going to look at some of these sites for a bra. I'm glad i'm not the only one with this problem.
Hoser

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Posted: 20 Jul 2012, 16:31
Another option that I've had good luck with is a two-layer solution. When I was running, I would wear a regular sports bra that was reasonably sturdy but not industrial strength. Over that I would wear a running top that had its own built-in bra. The combination of the two worked really well.
gkcfm95

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Posted: 20 Jul 2012, 16:37
Hoser wrote:
Another option that I've had good luck with is a two-layer solution. When I was running, I would wear a regular sports bra that was reasonably sturdy but not industrial strength. Over that I would wear a running top that had its own built-in bra. The combination of the two worked really well.


that's what I do, but with a regular bra then a tank w/ built in bra. holds things in place very well.

~kelly
cheer4michel...

Joined: Jun 12
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Posted: 20 Jul 2012, 18:14
WOW!! Thanks a bunch for the responses! I am checken out websites now for all of the sugestions. I will keep ya posted!!
Ceebee

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Posted: 21 Jul 2012, 19:17
I wear a 38 GG, I tried the panache bra. I love it.

CorsetLady

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Posted: 01 Aug 2012, 15:39
I am a 32DDD and I wear the lululemon ta-ta tamer or the bust stops here (also by lululemon, but discontinued, so check the clearance racks)

The key is not so much just holding them in, but holding them down, so they won't bounce. A narrow tensor bandage, not too tight, above your breasts and angled lower in the back can really stop the bounce.
meimei071625

Joined: Jul 12
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Posted: 02 Aug 2012, 00:42
Try Enell Sports Bra, it is good.
joelae

Joined: Dec 11
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Posted: 02 Aug 2012, 02:43
i have different. one from nike, one from puma, one from triumph. all are absolutely good and they have also big sizes.



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