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A Sports Bra for Every Woman


If there are two things worth investing in for yourself when it comes to fitness it’s 1) a good pair of running shoes and 2) a good sports bra. With that in mind, we put four new ones to the test in this sports bra review! See which ones made the FBG-boobie cut — and how each of ’em have something a little different for every kind of woman!

1. Jockey Push Up Sports Bra

I usually could not care less about a push-up feature in a sports bra (unless, you know, we’re talking about doing actual push-ups!), but this Jockey Push Up Sports Bra ($34) does it in a way that’s comfortable and functions well. With support for low to medium-impact activities, a comfy fit and removable bra cups (no visible nipping!), this sports bra nixes the uniboob look and keeps the girls where they’re supposed to be.

How it’s different: Totally affordable, we love the low scoop and contoured shoulder straps that give this bra a unique look with lots of push-up!

Who it’s for: The fashion-forward FBG in a C-cup or smaller.

2. Champion Marathon Sports Bra

Ready to go the distance? The Champion Marathon Sports Bra ($38) is specifically made for the long-distance runner with maximum support, no chafing, and fabric that dries fast and keeps you cool in warm and cold weather. With lateral and vertical support plus racerback straps for a custom fit, this one keeps you cool and supported as you run it out.

How it’s different: It’s hard to find really supportive sports bras that are made for long-distance running that aren’t pricey. This is that sports bra.

Who it’s for: The long-distance runner who doesn’t have $50+ to drop on a new sports bra.

3. JoeyBra Sport

Haven’t found a good place to store your stuff when you run? Why not stick it in your bra (but not between your boobs) with the JoeyBra Sport ($39)? This sports bra has water-resistant, zippered pockets to keep your valuables safe, close and accessible (well, as accessible as reaching under your shirt or tank is). The pockets are big, too — large enough to store an iPod, key and ID.

How it’s different: We’ve seen shorts, capris, jackets and tanks with zippered pockets, but a bra? That’s an FBG rarity (and the joey/kangaroo thing sure is fun)!

Who it’s for: The woman who loves the great outdoors and wants to keep her stuff close to her person.

4. Anita Women’s Air Control Sports Bra

We get a lot of women looking for a sports bra that’ll really support their larger lady lumps and the whole Anita line certainly does that. We tried the Anita Women’s Air Control Sports Bra ($39) and while we do wish the fabric was softer, the support was awesome.

How it’s different: Available in cup sizes B to H, this line of sports bras doesn’t squeeze you into a uniboob. Plus, some of them have matching bottoms!

Who it’s for: The well-endowed FBG who likes to move.

What do you look for in a sports bra? Get tips on finding the perfect sports bra for you here and a few of our fave sports bras here! —Jenn

FTC disclosure: We often receive products from companies to review. All thoughts and opinions are always entirely our own. Unless otherwise stated, we have received no compensation for our review and the content is purely editorial. Affiliate links may be included. If you purchase something through one of those links we may receive a small commission. Thanks for your support!


  1. ally goodwin says:

    Only concern i see is that there are no bras listed for plus size women (44DD)

    1. Jenn says:


      Check out Anita! They go up to cup 44H in a lot of their sport bras. 🙂


      —FBG Jenn

  2. A comfortable trusty push-up bra can really help a girl in more ways than one. Having them fit perfectly can really give you comfort in doing your exercises. There are bras that are made for special exercises though.

  3. jammey says:

    http://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/wS6C55H I recently found a sports underwear, I don’t know if it’s good, I hope you give some advice, or you have a better choice, please private me.thanks

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