SEARCHES for sports bras have more than quadrupled since England Lioness Chloe Kelly showed hers after scoring the winning goal at the Women’s Euros final last Sunday.
Delighted Chloe whipped off her shirt in celebration after her extra-time winning goal against Germany.
PAEngland Lioness Chloe Kelly whipped off her shirt in celebration after her extra-time winning goal against Germany in the Women’s Euros final[/caption]
Fitness fanatic Casey Batchelor, who has 34E boobs, knows all too well how important it is to get the right bra for exercise.
Casey, 37, who found fame on Celebrity Big Brother, has often struggled to find sports bras that fit and provide enough support.
She says: “I thought Chloe taking off her top was a great moment, despite the fact she knew she would get a yellow card for it.
“I usually wear two sports bras, one bra style and then a crop top over it for extra support.
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“But I often find that sports bras never seem to fit around the sides and even for bigger busts they seem to still have padding in them, which isn’t necessary.”
Casey’s E-cup boobs were once a double H, but the model chose to have them reduced in 2014.
Her bust is now even smaller after she embraced a healthy diet and exercise.
The mum of three says: “I’ve always had big boobs, but I’m definitely now more confident they have shrunk. Clothes fit me better, my back doesn’t ache as much, it’s so much better.”
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Casey tried out six sports bras from popular retailers, rated them each out of ten and gave her verdicts to Abby McHale.
ASDA – £9
Casey liked the zip detail on this Asda sports bra
I LIKE the zip detail, although I think my kids would love playing with it.
It has crossover straps at the back, which I thought would make it really supportive, but it’s not as supportive as others.
But I think it’s well worth £9 and great for low- impact exercise.
POUR MOI – £28
This Pour Moi options feels like a proper bra, Casey says
THIS feels like a proper bra and it has adjustable straps so you can cross them over at the back to make it more supportive, which I love.
The pattern is very pretty and something different.
It feels like a bra but it looks like a crop top.
PRIMARK – £6
Casey described Primark’s £6 sports bra as so comfy she could sleep in it
I COULD sleep in this, it is that comfy – and I love the material.
However I think it is better suited to lower-impact sports such as yoga.
It would be fine as I’m not spilling out of the top, but I don’t think it would be great for running in.
SAINSBURY’S – £22 for two-pack
For Casey, this Sainsbury’s sports bra feels more like a bra
I WOULD have to wear another crop top over the top of this if I went to the gym in it.
It’s a lovely colour but it feels more like a bra, and I’d have the straps pulled even tighter if I could.
NEXT – £28
This Next sports bra feels like it’s been made more for how it looks than how it works, Casey says
THE zip is coming undone and it’s definitely not the most supportive.
It feels like it’s been made more for how it looks than how it works.
But it’s certainly comfy, and I like the fact that you don’t have to put it on over your head if you don’t want to.
M&S – £25
The bright colour and supportive feel of M&S’s £25 sports bra appealed to Casey
I LIKE the high neckline of this and I definitely feel supported.
It does show a bit of side boob, though.
That said, when I move around I feel like everything will stay in place.
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Plus I like the bright colour.
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