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To achieve a great workout without discomfort and with freedom of movement, it's important to wear the appropriate sports bra, which has features that a regular bra lacks. Sports bras come in three compression levels (low, medium, and high impact) that vary according to the intensity of the activity.

Wacoal's sports bras are designed with durable, comfortable, and moisture-wicking fabric to provide optimal support for your breasts. Whether you're running, weight training, or doing yoga, you can find the perfect sports bra to fit your needs at Wacoal.

Benefits of a sports bra

During workouts, women must wear a sports bra to protect their breasts from injury. The breasts consist mainly of glandular tissue and fat, which means that without proper support, they can lose shape with time and age.
A sports bra provides support by enclosing each breast in a moulded cup, which makes it sturdier than a regular bra and helps alleviate discomfort during physical activity.

While sports bras with padding are available, unpadded options are also there for women with smaller breasts or those who prefer them.

Wearing a sports bra offers several benefits, including:

  • Reduced breast movement and discomfort during physical activity, which helps prevent injury and discomfort.
  • Improved breast support and shape over time, as the bra helps maintain elasticity and prevent sagging.
  • Increased comfort and confidence during exercise, as the sports bra is designed for optimal support and fit during movement.

Types of ladies’ sports bras at Wacoal

You can buy sports bras online from Wacoal’s website based on size, colour, bra style, padding, wiring, and coverage.

You can also decide which design is suitable based on the type of activity you need the bra for. For instance, if you play basketball or football, then a high-intensity sports bra is important. If you do pilates or yoga, then a medium-intensity sports bra is sufficient.

You will also have the option to buy sports bras that have a clasp at the back, and bras that you can slide right on. Some of them come with removable padding, so if it is not your requirement, you can just take them out.

Pro-tips while sports bra online shopping

Selecting the right sports bra is essential for comfort and support during physical activity. Here are five tips to help you find perfect sports bra online in India:

  • Determine your level of impact: Consider the type of activity you'll be doing to choose a sports bra with the appropriate level of compression. Low-impact activities, like yoga, require less support than high-impact activities, such as running or jumping.
  • Check the fit: The sports bra should fit snugly around your ribcage, without being too tight or too loose. Check that the straps don't dig into your shoulders and the band doesn't ride up.
  • Look for the right features: A good sports bra should have features like moisture-wicking fabric and breathable panels to keep you cool and dry. Some bras also come with adjustable straps or removable cups.
  • Try it on: Make sure you try on the sports bra and move around in it to see if it provides the right amount of support for your activity level. If you order a bra without ordering, you can check whether the brand has a return policy.
  • Consider your personal preferences: Choose a sports bra that suits your personal style and preferences, whether you prefer a padded or unpadded design, racerback or regular straps, or a specific colour or pattern.

Sports bras myths busted

Wacoal not only supports women to dress well and enjoy luxury lingerie, but we also support disseminating the right information about lingerie. You may have heard some or all of the below myths. We present to you the correct facts, so that you can buy and enjoy the sports bra for your next workout.

Myth: Sports bras are only necessary for larger breasted women.

Fact: All women, regardless of breast size, can benefit from wearing a sports bra during physical activity to prevent discomfort and injury.

Myth: A regular bra can be used instead of a sports bra during exercise.

Fact: Regular bras lack the support and compression necessary for physical activity and can lead to discomfort, chafing, and even injury.

Myth: Sports bras are uncomfortable and restrictive.

Fact: A properly fitting sports bra should be snug and supportive without restricting movement or causing discomfort.

Myth: Sports bras are unattractive and unfeminine.

Fact: Sports bras come in a variety of styles and designs, and many are designed to be both supportive and fashionable.

Myth: A sports bra that is too tight is better than one that is too loose.

Fact: A sports bra that is too tight can restrict breathing and cause discomfort, while a bra that is too loose lacks proper support and can lead to discomfort and injury.

Myth: Wearing two sports bras will provide better support.

Fact: Wearing two sports bras can be uncomfortable and restrict movement. It's better to choose a sports bra with the appropriate level of support for your activity level.

Myth: Sports bras don't need to be replaced as often as regular bras.

Fact: Sports bras should be replaced every 6-12 months or after 50-100 wears, as they lose elasticity and support over time.


What is the difference between a sports bra and a regular bra?

A sports bra for women is designed for:

  • High-impact physical activities
  • Providing more support
  • Reducing breast movement

Meanwhile, a regular bra is designed for:

  • Designed for everyday wear
  • Perfectly fine for sedentary and low impact movement
  • May not sufficiently support during exercise

Who should wear a sports bra?

A sports bra is designed for women who engage in physical activity, from low-impact to high-impact. It provides support and reduces breast movement, making it a necessary item for any woman who exercises to prevent discomfort or injury.

How tight should a sports bra be?

A sports bra should be snug and supportive, but not so tight that it restricts breathing or causes discomfort. The band should fit snugly around the ribcage, and the straps should not dig into the shoulders.