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The Nursing Sports Bra Experts Love

The Nursing Sports Bra Experts Love

There are few products more life-changing for a new mom or mom-to-be than a great nursing sports bra. Take our Sporty Mesh Nursing Bra. Supportive, functional, and cute, it'll get you through the gym, feedings, pumping, and everything in between. But don't just take our word for it, take it from the experts! Women’s Running Magazine featured the fab piece in their gift guide for mom, along with a review that read:

Featuring adjustable straps and nursing clasps plus stretchy, breathable mesh, this sports bra is a total score for the runner mom who’s excited to resume working out with her new baby in tow. 

In their roundup of the Best Maternity Workout Clothes, According To Women Who Work Out, The Bump  wrote:

More than just a splurge or a treat, a nursing sports bra is a necessity. The Belabumbum Sporty Mesh Nursing Bra provides support and coverage as your chest grows during pregnancy and easy access for nursing—and it’s super-cute.

They go on to explain why a great nursing sports bra is a worthwhile investment. It’s common to not want to spend extra cash on maternity workout clothes you’ll wear for only a few months. Sure, in the first trimester, you can get away with rolling waistbands under your belly and stretching out tees. But eventually, usually around week 20, such measures become wildly uncomfortable. Plus, to the surprise of many new moms, it’s not just a few months of wear. One major body change many pregnant women experience is a rapidly growing bust. It’s often one of the first changes to cause discomfort, resulting in that familiar red ring that surfaces below the breasts when you’re wearing a bra that’s too small.

The key to compensating for this is having an adjustable bra, like our Sporty Mesh Nursing Bra. Cheers to comfortable and functional workout gear before and after baby!

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