STEP 1: HOW TO CHECK YOUR MEASUREMENT
1. Measure your underbust
Measure your chest with a tape. Take your measurement directly under the breast in a straight line. Make sure you hold the tape tightly to get the right size.
2. Measure your bust
For the cup size measure the fullest part of the breast in a straight line and use the chart below to convert into the appropriate size.
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|Cup Size||Sport Size|
|68 - 72||70||10 - 12||A||XS|
|73 - 77||75||13 - 14||B||S|
|78 - 82||80||15 - 16||C||M|
|83 - 87||85||17 - 18||D||L|
|88 - 92||90||19 - 20||E||XL|
|93 - 97||95||21 - 22||F||-
STEP 2: TARGET YOUR ACTIVITY
GOOD TO KNOW...
WHAT HAPPENS TO MY BREAST WHEN I DO SPORTS?
As an example take in account that while running, breasts move in average 80 meters. Breast pain became an issue for 1 on 3 marathon runner.
WILL MY BREAST GET DAMMAGE IF I WORKOUT WITHOUT A BRA?
Yes, and this damage is irreversible.
WHY SHOULD I WEAR A BRA?
A good Sports bra can reduce the bouncing by 75%. Always make sure to select the right size and the right support for the kind of sport you are going to practice.
HOW TO GET THE RIGHT SIZE?
Is really important to check measurement in the right way. Always measure your underbust and bust in a straight line, parallel to the floor.
HOW TO GET THE RIGHT SUPPORT?
When it comes to support you can get help checking our chart. Take in account that bigger breast means always higher support, also in soft-medium impact sports