Women athletes know that few things are worse than a strong shock to the chest. That\'s why many of them choose sports bras with padding. Although it is difficult to find, padded sports bras are available through the underwear department of online suppliers, clothing stores and department stores. A padded bra that fits and provides good protection may not be a sports bra in a strict sense, but it certainly does. Some women prefer sports bras with padding in order to get extra insurance. When they work out with unfamiliar men and women in a crowded fitness center, it relieves their concerns about humility. In this case, the psychological protection provided by the padded sports bra is as important as the physical protection. In addition to protection, the key factor in choosing a padded sports bra is how well the bra controls \"bounce\" or breast movement. Small- Women in the chest or those with the least impact of the fitness program can wear a medium support padded sports bra as long as they control the bounce. For more intense activities such as volleyball, tennis, or jogging, a lot of control is required in the padded sports bra. These types of activities require bras with molded cups and cushion underwear. This also helps if the cup has a stable panel and there is extra stretch weaving in the fabric. Strict activities, such as running, football, or basketball, require maximum control in the padded sports bra. Large- Chest women should also look for the maximum bounce control amount in the sports bra, no matter what exercise they take. Look for bras and say they are designed with packages to keep the breasts separated and compressed to minimize the bounce. When put on for the first time, the Max control sports bra may feel somewhat limited, but this sense of control will be greatly appreciated once the race starts.