Jan, 11, 2022
No kidding - breast movement hurts. With the obesity epidemic in the United States, the average size of a woman's breasts has been increasing. Over the past 15 years, the average bra size has gone from 34B to 36C, and some believe we are now approaching 38D as the new average bra size in America. And, with a pair of D-cup-sized breasts weighing between 15 and 23 pounds, breast pain during high-impact activities is becoming a bigger problem.
Last year, there was a report on Dr. Joanna Scarr's research in the UK. Basically, what she found was that the breasts moved in a lateral, number-eight motion. Also, she found that the breasts not only moved from side to side but also in and out of the chest wall. Similar research has been done in Australia by Deirdre McGhee, an exercise physiotherapist and postgraduate student at the University of Wollongong.
Breast movement is more closely tied to how the bra straps are constructed
McGhee's research shows that women's breasts move in a sinusoidal pattern -- essentially the same finding as Scurr's. However, McGhee believes that controlling this breast movement has more to do with the structure of the bra straps than the structure of the bra cups. So her team is working on the world's first "smart bra." It will use smart materials and e-textiles to sense breast movement and tighten or loosen the appropriate parts of the bra to reduce breast bounce. You can also wear it as a sexy bikini is also a good choice.
All this is very quiet and is being patent-protected. Their goal was to create a paradigm shift similar to the variable speed running shoes of the 1970s. Kameymall is also slowly introducing this style.
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