Anyway, as I've grown wiser, the function of items is starting to become much more important. If I'm going to be sitting at my desk all day, I better not wear a pencil skirt (because the sausage-casing feel isn't really fun for 8 hours). Or if I'm going to a country fair, dirty old shoes will suffice over my sparkly-clean ballet flats.
There is mixed reaction from people about how the ENELL SPORT bra looks. It doesn't look the same as other sports bras on the market. It's full coverage, has seams in the front, and many hook-and-eye closures up the front. What? No "pull over my head and go" functionality?
Thank goodness it is different.
At the gym Monday, one of my trainers took some video footage as a "before" snapshot of a new training program I'm on. As always, my ENELL SPORT bra was on (this time, in black). There wasn't any bouncing in this particular session, but I am so thankful for the hook-and-eyes.
(video evidence coming, hang with me!)
The hook-and-eyes go all the way up the front of the bra. The coverage is more full than many people are used to. The full-coverage nature of this helps in all kinds of ways: it holds the top of the breasts down to mimimize bounce (while the bottom panel of fabric keeps them lifted), and (thankfully) compresses the breasts as to keep them in place. Locked-and-loaded would be an appropriate term.
Any other bra and I would have spilled out of my workout top doing this move (fast forward to 1 minute and 52 seconds to see the move in question)
So, today I am thanking the ENELL SPORT hook-and-eyes. Thank you for now showing the world my business.
Have you ever had any "slips" of inappropriate parts at the gym? I've seen it happen with guys and girls of all ages!