Group Forum: Boulder Holders anyone?

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BrookeAdelin...

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Posted: 09 Feb 2010, 11:36
Made the dire mistake of going to a Turbo Kickboxing class last night. Apparently the milk delivery factories were not a fan, formerly my boobs. Has anyone else found that high impact exercise is really not that fun? Does it get better? I used to love this type of stuff but with this new cup size I am at a loss. I am looking for any suggestions on some comfortable and supportive bras. Thanks, btw going on month 3 of BF with my first.
iggymurphy

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Posted: 17 Feb 2010, 14:41
I had the same problem! A friend of mine recomended these: http://www.glamorise.com/style.php?/en/Glamorise_Sport/1006/

They work great for me. I went from a size B boarderline C to a size F. These seem to be the only ones that work for gianormous boobs. I ended up buying the band size I am currently, but went down one size in the cup (as my friend recommended). The bra fits great and I don't move around at all. The band is not elasticy at all (which is why it holds so well), so very different from the sports bra's I am used to.
BrookeAdelin...

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Posted: 23 Feb 2010, 12:02
Thank you, I am going to order one today.
iggymurphy

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Posted: 25 Feb 2010, 10:40
I hope it works as good for you as it does for me. It is very stiff, but oh so comfortable when I start running. Those suckers don't move an inch!
JadesFire125

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Posted: 25 May 2010, 13:59
Thanks- I might look into that too! I went from store to store (to another city, ultimately) to even find a nursing bra that fit! I love Motherhood Maternity- you can find great bras there and they're usually less than $20 (which is better than my non-nursing bras!).




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