This is the time of year when people tend to be fired up about their resolutions to get healthier. One impediment in the past, for me, was that I never seemed to be able to find a sports bra that actually held these suckers in well enough for major motion. Then I found the Enell sports bra. When I found it, I had just started wearing bras in the proper size—-which is to say, very expensive bras primarily from Nordstrom. I was new enough in this fit-is-important-enough-for-you-to-just-buy-the-damn-thing that I found the $60 or so price tag of the Enell bra painful. But I bought one to try anyway, and I have never looked back. My body is worth it; my ability and comfort during exercise are worth it. The Enell bras work (I’m a 34G, yes, ABCDEFG, and I can run in this bra with no problem), they look okay, they have to be snug but aren’t painful, and they last a long time. (Also, because the bras work for a range of sizes, I haven’t had to get smaller ones as my ribcage has shrunk.)
I’m not a spokesperson for Enell, but maybe I should be! For larger breasted women, I’m an Enell evangelist.
If you’re interested, I’ve bought my previous ones from Two Roads Fitness, an online women’s exercise store. Patty, who runs it, has always shipped me my bras very promptly, and she is having a sale right now on the Enell bras (and all the other ones, though I can’t speak for those). She’s out of the size 2 bras today (I know, ’cause I emailed her about them), but she’s getting more in later this week. $47 for an Enell bra is a steal. (You can see them for sale at Amazon for $60.)