Let's see how well it fared right after my mother language video, shall we?
Praticar desporto está, cada vez mais, na moda! Como médica de medicina geral e familiar, isso deixa-me imensamente contente: uma vida activa opõe-se a um dos principais factores de risco cardiovascular que existe: o sedentarismo!
Por isso, como sei a importância que um BOM SOUTIEN de DESPORTO tem, é com prazer que vos trago mais uma alternativa de qualidade: o Freya Active Sports Bra (Intense), disponível na Bra &Company, uma loja de "Bra Fitting" que podem encontrar em Lisboa e em Viseu! Venham descobrir como ele se comportou no terreno...sim?
Espero que tenham gostado do vídeo e dos meus "jumping jacks" e "burpees" trapalhões! Já têm um soutien de desporto adequado e no vosso tamanho certo? Qual é? Desejo-vos uma semana cheia de alegria...e desporto, se for o caso! Beijinhos!
Freya Active worked with the University of Portsmouth,
conducting the largest scale breast research project ever,
to deliver this moulded crop top sports bra!
Pretty awesome, right?
Together with the University’s breast health specialist team,
they studied how their new sports bra reduced strain, pain and movement!
The results? Excellent, even in heavier breasts (32FF-36E)!
Let's learn some more:
This sports bra has underwired moulded cups built in a crop top!
It offers two awesome features: Polygiene, which fights the bad odor,
and Coolmax, to keep perspiration away from your body!
The straps are semi-adjustable and can be fastened in a racerback fashion, for extra support!
The band is sturdy, closing with 4 rows and 4 columns of hooks-and-eyes in the bigger cups!
(D cups have 2 hooks, while DD and E cups have 3 hooks.)
APPEARANCE & FIT
This sports bra exists in multiple colorways;
here I'm wearing the zinc print version,
which is mainly dark grey, featuring pink lining and printed details!
The design is very sporty, and, because it's full coverage,
it can be worn as a top or under any tank top or t-shirt!
I picked this bra in 28F, following the online recommendations of sizing down one cup!
It was a smart move, because the cups are indeed quite generous in terms of apex projection,
with a depth of 21 cm (8,3 inches).
As most sports bras, the cups are wide for my roots, with a 15,2 cm (6 inches) width. That's not a major problem, though, since it keeps my breast tissue from rubbing the sides!
The band is 61,5 cm (24,2 inches) long, extending to 68,5 cm (27 inches).
Here's the racerback action, with the help of the J hook!
In case you're wondering, it's not super easy to clip at first,
but once you get a hold on it, it's peanuts!
Each breasts is encapsulated separately, providing definition and zero smashing!
The profile is a bit peaked, as you can see, but it's still natural and uplifted!
Comfort wise, Freya Active Crop Top feels a bit too sturdy for me,
and the straps could use a little more padding (the existent one is shown below),
but I do love that the wing are low enough so I don't experience any armpit chafing!
If you need a supportive sports bra for high impact activities, Freya Active crop top might be the one for you! The band makes it super supportive and the breasts do stay in place!
People struggling with short straps, however, might wanna skip this one, or be prepared to wear it only in the racerback way!
It's available in sizes:
Hope you enjoyed this review!
Which is your favorite sports bra?
Have a lovely week!
Freya Active sports bra was kindly offered for reviewing purposes. All opinions expressed are my own.