When I started wearing TWO of them (at once), I should’ve known.
9 years old. 3rd grade. The birth of my bra wearing. By the time I was in 7th grade, I was definitely a C or D cup.
During one track meet, I won the 200 meter race with my sports bra unzipped only to look over and see the, “OMG!” face of my mother - happy I’d won, not so happy that my breasts were the center of attention rather than my win.
After this, I tried to wear smaller sports bras. I even wore two at the same time. Suddenly, that became the focus.
Not my personal best records or the many medals for my winnings.
“I didn’t know Chantelle was that big” or “I didn’t think there was anyone as big as you [Chantelle] who could run fast” become normal parts of my day.
By the time college rolled around, I wore three sports bras at once praying to get back on the bus so I could get down to the relief of wearing just one.
And the relief of thinking about my performance, my athleticism, instead of my fuller bust.
That’s why I started Bounceless.
To help you focus on your form, your love of sports, movement and more knowing you have the solid support of your sports bra every jump, step, and kick of the way.
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Debra & Chantelle (pictured left to right)