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Sports Bras

Shop Triumph's range of women's sports bras online.

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What type of sports bra is best suited to me?

The best sports bra depends on which activity you are purchasing the sports bra for. If you are looking for a good allrounder to cover everything from high intensity Boxing to zen Yoga classes, then our Extreme Lite Sports Bra is a great choice. It has a high level of support to protect your bust and it also offers full coverage for yoga so that when you are in downward dog you won’t spill out of the cup!

Do I need to wear a sports bra while exercising?

Wearing a sports bra while exercising is recommended. Unlike regular bras, sports bras are specifically designed to provide extra support and comfort during physical activity. Whether you’re doing a spin class or a gentle yoga session, a sports bra offers more support, while reducing movement and ensuring you stay comfortable and confident.

How is a sports bra different from a regular bra?

Regular bras are designed for everyday wear, and while they can be comfortable and practical, they’re not built for impact.
Sports bras are designed specifically to keep your breasts secure and to reduce movement during exercise, thanks to features like wide straps and firm banding. Many are also made from moisture-wicking fabrics that help to move sweat away from your body, reducing chafing and discomfort.

What type of support does a sports bra offer?

Sports bras come in different styles for different activities, from all-rounders through to high and low impact options. Low-impact sports bras are suitable for activities like yoga or walking, while high-impact bras are designed for running, aerobics, and other intense workouts. Other sports bra options include Minimiser Sports Bras for the highest level of support, Wireless Sports Bras that offer comfort for high-impact sports, and Racerback Sports Bras. Sports bras use a combination of compression and full cups for coverage, to reduce breast movement and the potential damage to breast tissue that can occur with physical activity (without the proper support).

Can sports bras help prevent breast sagging?

Sports bras are not just for support during workouts; they may also prevent breast sagging thanks to their clever design and extra support. During exercise, the natural movement of our breasts can cause ligaments to stretch, and, over time, this can lead to sagging. Sports bras reduce this movement, which can reduce the strain on the breast tissue. Keep in mind though that other factors such as genetics, age and level of activity also play a role in this, and maintaining overall breast health is an important factor.

What causes sports bra chafing?

Sports bra chafing can happen for a few reasons, including friction, moisture build-up, or an improper bra fit. If your sports bra is too tight or the fabric is abrasive, this can lead to chafing. Friction between the bra and your skin during repetitive movement can also cause chafing. To prevent chafing, make sure that your bra is the right fit for you and choose moisture-wicking fabrics that help to draw sweat away from your body. You can also use anti-chafing products as needed.

How do I find the right size sports bra?

Finding the perfect sports bra size is key to comfort and support. While you can measure your band and bust to get an initial idea, sizing does vary between brands and styles. To ensure the best fit, it’s best to try on different sports bras, paying close attention to the snugness of the band and the level of coverage and support it offers. If you need support, a professional fitter can help you to take the guesswork out of finding your perfect fit, with expert advice and guidance.

How often should I replace my Sports Bra?

The lifespan of your sports bra depends on factors like usage and care. As a general guideline, consider replacing your sports bra every 6 to 12 months, especially if you use it frequently for high-impact activities. Signs that it’s time to replace your sports bra include loss of elasticity, stretched straps, changes to the fit, and reduced support. Regularly check the condition of your sports bra to make sure you have the support you need during exercise.


We believe that every woman deserves to have a perfectly fitting bra. No digging in. No slipping straps. No leaving marks. Just pure comfort. Try our Bra Size Calculator to find your perfect fit, or use our online fitting guide for expert size & style advice.