If you really give it some thought, not wearing the proper sports bra can cause lower back problems, and shortening of the hamstrings and quadriceps muscles, which will eventually affect your spine. And if your spine is not aligned correctly, it will eventually affect your hip joint. Now, if your hip bones and spine are connected, you might very well be messing up your hips even before child bearing.
What? All this from not wearing a sports bra?
No matter what cup size you are, you should invest in a good sports bra while working out. Because you subject your body to so much beating during low impact or high impact exercises, your back needs the support. Besides, wouldn’t you like to maintain a healthy posture as well as give the extra support your body (read: breasts) needs?
And because Nike understands, they have recently launched a new line of sports bras. Because no two women are the same, the Nike Victory Bra series was born with five different styles running the gamut of support: Adjust X, Definition, Shape, Contour and Pro Compression. The range fits a breadth of preferences and needs across different sizes and activities.
Each sports bra has been obsessed over and crafted with the many different physiques of women in mind. No detail was too small or taken for granted, no part too minor in perfecting the Nike Victory Bra, making it Nike’s most advanced yet. With all things taken into consideration, it adds up to stronger, lighter, and more comfortable support for women regardless of sport or size.
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