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KASTRA's Photo KASTRA Posts: 367
7/20/14 1:56 A

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Posting for a follow-up: How did the Juno work out? I'm slowing moving my walking into running and have found my JC Penney Xersion medium-impact bras are not up to the task of keeping my ladies from an uncomfortable bounce. Definitely need something that will contain the girls better.

Starting: 41.1 BMI and extremely sedentary
Current: 28.0 BMI with strength-training and low-impact cardio
Mini-goal: 29.9 BMI (about 164 lb) - DONE on 8/6/14! I'm no longer obese!
Mini-goal: 5K walk or run
Mini-goal: 24.9 BMI (about 136 lb)
Mini-goal: half-marathon walk or run
GOAL: 23 BMI (about 125 pounds), fit and active


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PHOENIX829's Photo PHOENIX829 Posts: 103
3/25/14 8:49 A

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Thanks for your input, everyone! I ordered a Moving Comfort Juno, so we'll see how that works out - a little pricey, but it looks like a good bra!



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HPEFUL25 Posts: 186
3/25/14 8:42 A

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Moving Comfort- Fiona. I am a big chested girl and I have very little movement with this bra. I bought mine on amazon.com for 25 dollars. My friend also uses this same brand of bra and she loves it too. No more having to use 2 bras.


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3/24/14 10:46 P

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I swear by New Balance's "Shockingly Unshocking."



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MALAMI518's Photo MALAMI518 SparkPoints: (48,969)
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3/24/14 9:08 P

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I'm not much help with actual brands because I don't have any really good (expensive) sports bras. I do wear two at a time, though. I wear the encapsulated type with a compression one over it. That helps keep everything in place better than either one alone.

Do you have any running stores in your area? I noticed that a local one here is going to have a "Ladies' Night" with bra fittings.

The bras that I have don't wick enough, and I end up "soggy", so I think I need to go find some better ones.

Beth
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SPARK_COACH_JEN's Photo SPARK_COACH_JEN Posts: 55,587
3/24/14 7:42 P

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Here's an article you might find helpful:

www.sparkpeople.com/resource/fitness_artic
les.asp?id=1290


Coach Jen

"You may have a fresh start any moment you choose, for this thing that we call "failure" is not the falling down but the staying down." Mary Pickford

"No matter how slow you go, you are still lapping everybody on the couch."
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3/24/14 4:37 P

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I'm looking for advice about the best high-impact sports bras out there - in particular, I'm interested in those made for larger chests. Any input is welcome!



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