I have the sports bras from motherhood as well, as D after the babe, they are NOT good enough for running. I invested in two running sports bras from activewearusa.com and they rock. You can shop by sport so you don't have to weed through all the low/medium impact. I shelled out a little more for them, but it was so totally worth it, and the girls wont be sagging to my toes by the time my DD hits one yo and I stop nursing, lol
Starting Spark Wt: 165.2 Goal: 142 Reached 3/16/09 New Goal: 135 Reached 12/09 4/12 Back to 166 at 5months postpartum; and we begin again!
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I bought my nursing sports bras at Motherhood Maternity and have been pretty happy with them. My daughter doesn't particularly care for nursing right after I workout (before I shower) so I could probably get away with wearing a standard sports bra, but I like knowing I could nurse her if she really wanted to. I jog on an elliptical just to cut down on the bounce and it works nicely.
I'm 5 weeks post partum and I would like to start the couch to five k plan again. My ladies swelled from DD's to DDD's. I don't fit any of my nice Moving Comfort super awesome sports bras. I have some of the basic ones from walmart and plan on doubling them up. Although, I'm pretty sure they will not suffice for running and the ladies get tender :( How are you hoisting the girls up when you do higher impact activities?
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