A FITNESS fanatic was finding that the supportive sports bra struggle was real.
The extra jiggle certainly wasn’t leaving her jumping for joy.
A bigger busted broad was excited to try a viral sports bra – but not everything was as supportive as it seemedTikTok/bigb00biebible
“I’m a 28G cup and I struggle to find cute and supportive sports bras that actually work for a larger cup size, so today I’m testing out Gym Shark,” said Lara (@bigb00biebible).
All she wanted was to find a flattering fit for her small frame but fuller chest that would keep all of her perkiness in place.
While the gym rat explained that she loved the brand’s high-quality leggings so much that she practically lived in them, the sports bras were another story.
“A little bit hit or miss,” she explained.
Wearing the viral Gym Shark high-support bra, there was just one little problem.
“To be honest, it’s not really high support. I would say it’s low to medium so I would wear this if I was doing some yoga or pilates,” she said.
She explained how she wouldn’t trust the bra with more taxing workouts such as going on a run or doing hit training.
Still, she was a fan of some of the bra’s other features, such as the adjustable straps.
“There is a hook and eye detail here, which means that you can adjust it to your shape and your size,” she said as she showed off the backside.
Her main beef with the viral sports bra was yet to come.
“Is it offering the best support – no, I’m still jiggling around,” she said.
Lara’s issue with the bra’s ability to keep her bust from bouncing around was clear to see as she jumped up and down to demonstrate.
She also explained how wearing a size small only maximized the problem as her cup size was not comparable to her band size.
Lara was finding out the hard way that not all gym wear was created equal.
“I just really struggle to find those cute sports bras – you know the ones that you see the gym girls wearing on Instagram, and they’ve got the strappy backs,” she said.
While she liked the style, it just wasn’t satisfying her specific fitness needs.
“I feel like this is the closest thing that I own to that with the sense of the cutout at the back. But it’s just not high support,” she explained.
One of the fitness lover’s fans had a suggestion of her own.
“You should definitely try the Nike that are cup and band sized – I think they called them Nike alpha – I’m using these ones for running,” she said.
According to Runner’s World, the best way to keep your girls locked and loaded is with their top sports bra suggestions.
These include the Lululemon enlite zip front sports bra, the Glamorise magic lift seamless sports bra, and the Natori power yogi contour convertible sports bra.
The support struggle was real as she described how the Gym Shark find was best suited for low to medium impact activities such as yoga or pilates rather than more taxing exercisesTikTok/bigb00biebible
Jumping up and down, the jiggle was all too real for the fitness fanaticTikTok/bigb00biebible
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