We offer many options of bras for your teen and tween - here are some tips when making your decision.
We like to suggest a sports bra or some sort of support top as soon as they begin prepubescent breast development - a process that can begin as early as 8 years old.
Studies show tween girls drop out of sports at approximately twice the rate of boys at the same age. As parents, we know the benefits of athletics goes far beyond health and fitness, it develops leadership skills, self-confidence, and critical thinking.
A girl mom (and Dragonwing customer) navigates the Child to Tween to Teen Bra Journey with Ease.
We understand, and you've probably heard before, that physical activities benefit you and can help you lose weight, among other health benefits. But what you wear is pivotal to the quality of your exercise. No matter how you want to enjoy the outdoors, base layers are the greatest method to keep yourself comfortable.
Regular exercise is beneficial to your overall health and mental well-being. We hear a lot these days about high-performance apparel and how it can affect our exercise. It turns out that the clothes you wear might significantly impact your performance. They provide many other advantages besides helping you get into the appropriate attitude for a gym session.
The School to Sport Bra is great for girls of every age. It's the perfect first bra or training bra for girls.
Here's the rundown on our Racer Seamless Sports bra. In this article we talk about what makes this sports bra so special and talk about its softness, support and sustainability!
Happy birthday to Venus Williams, 21 Grand Slam title holder. Williams has won more Olympic gold medals, three, than any other female tennis player, and is only the second player to have won Olympic gold in both singles and doubles at a single Olympic Games. She and her sister, Serena, who have both been ranked World No. 1 at one time or another, have faced each other in 8 Grand Slam singles finals and hold a record for being the only two players to have ever faced each other in 4 consecutive Grand Slam singles finals.
Happy birthday to Kara Goucher, former NCAA Cross Country Champion. Goucher has the Olympic A Standard in the 5000 and 10,000 m and placed third in the New York Marathon in 2008, the first American woman to make it to the podium since 1994. She has also placed third in the Boston Marathon, second at the Arizona Half Marathon, and first at the Lisbon Half Marathon and the mile at the Melrose Games. She has placed third at the World Championships twice.
Now that September has started, Anna is back in the pool four or five days a week. In the sometimes strange world of year-round swimming, most swimmers take August off to give their bodies a much needed rest. It seems odd to me that the one month kids want to swim, year-round swimmers…don't. They can ride bikes, go for a run, lounge by a pool, play in the ocean. But swimming laps--don't even THINK about it. So Anna channeled her inner runner and went several times a week for runs in our neighborhood. And my girl was a fish out of water because running is NOT her sport. She wore a tween sports bra from Dragonwing which definitely helped. The Keyhole seamless sports bra, made of moisture-wicking fabric, was soft and comfy in the August heat and fit really well across her broad shoulders. The Dragonwing sports bra made her runs more comfortable, so I am really happy we found it. Now Anna (my fish) is back in the water as I write on this rainy evening. The heat of August will soon be a distant memory as we settle into the routine of school, swim, and sleep. I am grateful for the structure it imposes on our life but a small part of me misses our less-regimented August lives. Late dinners on the porch, s'mores with friends and some time to catch our breath before school and swim start again. Now we're back in the daily routine and my fish is back in the water. All is right with the world.