3 Things to Look for In a Workout Bra Post Breast Augmentation Surgery

Breast Augmentation You may have been able to get away without wearing a workout bra or any bra at all before you got a breast augmentation. But now that you have brand new, perky breasts that simply isn’t the case anymore. Now that you have two new assets, you need to know how to take care of them when you’re working out so that you get the best workout possible while staying comfortable. This article will discuss three things to look for in a workout bra after you get a breast augmentation. Read on to learn more.


The biggest thing you are going to want to look for in a workout bra is support. Support will keep your breasts in place while you are doing things like running or jumping. By keeping your breasts in place, you will not only get a better workout, but you will stay more comfortable throughout it as well. When looking for a supportive bra, look for one that provides support for your back all the way to the front. Remember that a truly supportive bra will have good back support, shoulder support, side support, and front support.


Now that your breasts are larger, the more lining (not to be confused with padding) that you have, the more stability it will provide you and your breasts. For instance, sports bras that only have one layer of fabric are going to be more flimsy that those that have a few layers.

Good Straps 

As mentioned previously, good straps on a workout bra mean that it will be more supportive. Additionally, thick straps on a workout bra will give you good back support if you are doing things like weight training or running. When trying on workout bras make sure that the straps are made of a durable material and that they are adjustable.

Now that you have the breasts that you have always wanted make sure that you are taking care of them while you are working out. To learn more about breast augmentation recovery, contact Dr. Rick Silverman today.

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