Parker, CO (PRWEB) May 31, 2012
Finding precisely the right sports bra is as scientific as identifying the right footwear. According to President Wendy Crist, “You wouldn’t wear cleats to play squash or ballet shoes to compete in the Grand Prix.”
The newest in sports bra engineering introduced by LadiesOnlySports.com in May 2012 is the CW-X Xtempo with the patented CW-X5-point Targeted Support Web built into each cup. As a sports compression bra, this one’s specifically designed for larger cup sizes (D and DD) and is reinforced with side supports and extra web overlay. The high-impact support bra is fabricated of Coolmax/Lycra tricot fabric with front and back Lite-Stretch mesh panels. The upgrades qualify this bra as an adjustable encapsulated compression bra. Large-breasted runners especially like the maximum support inherent in the individual cups that surround and support each breast separately.
The Enell is popular in the equestrian communities. The high performance fabric wicks moisture away from your body and dissipates body heat, conditions that go hand-in-hand with equestrian competition. The accepted attire in equestrian competition, particularly English riding and Hunter Jumper classes requires a formal dress shirt and fitted jacket. Add the “heat” of competition and things warm up, namely the body. Show seasons runs all summer long and horseback riding loyalists spend long, long days, dawn-to-dusk in competition under the grueling sun. The Enell offers superior support even after becoming wet with perspiration and the 90% nylon plus 10% Lycra ensures that a rider’s shirt continues to move over the bra without hitching up. Hooking up the Enell is made easier because of the easy front hook and eye closure. The Enell has the endorsement of Oprah herself and has been demonstrated on “Oprah,” “The TODAY Show” and “The Biggest Loser.” It’s been featured in articles in “US Weekly,” “O,” “SELF,” “Shape” and “Prevention.”
The Shock Absorber is wire-free featuring an internal cup. The crop-top style with shaped, padded and adjustable straps for extra support is ideal for running, particularly for a younger population. Named the #1 sports bra, it reduces breast bounce by 74%. The light support bra is preferable for teens and women with smaller breasts. The absence of wire makes this bra more flattering to trimmer figures and is less constricting than some sports bra designs. Medical experts caution that growing teens should definitely wear a sports bra while participating in any sport to ensure no permanent damage to the breast tissue.
The Anita is super comfortable because it provides a good range of motion and doesn’t restrict a woman’s movement while participating in stretching sports like yoga or Pilates. The moisture-absorbing terry cloth cup soaks up sweat that can be distracting when you’re in downward dog for several minutes. The wire-free cups separate the breasts accentuating two breasts instead of a uni-boob appearance. Even the straps are comfortable due to their width and padding. Plus the breathable mesh back helps an athlete maintain her cool.
LadiesOnlySports.com has sold thousands of sports bras to women athletes, professional and recreational, in its 10 years of online sales. Crist recommends the following tips to ensure a sports bra is properly fitted:
-- Raise your hands over your head when trying on a sports bra. The elastic band should fit tighter than a regular bra, but still allow you to take a deep breath. If the bra moves up on your rib cage, try on a smaller banded bra
-- Check for chafing around the armholes, shoulder straps, seams, hooks or snaps
-- Confirm that the straps don’t dig into your shoulders
-- Check for wrinkles or puckers in the cup…indicating the bra cup is too large
-- Jump or run in place to check if the bra supports your breasts as you move.
Giving “the girls” plenty of options is one reason LadiesOnlySports.com is the single bra resource any woman ever needs.