Boobs are always in flux. And not just monthly. Over the course of my life, my breast size has waxed and waned with weight loss, activity level, pregnancy, and breast feeding. Currently, they are on a growth cycle. At times it’s nice to be a bit more voluptuous, but I can attest that doing a round of burpees is not one of those moments. None of my sports bras, of which I have quite a collection, were providing the support I needed during plyo sessions or aggressive spin classes. So I went for a fitting at Title Nine (the popular online brand has brick and mortar stores, too). Yes, you can and should get fitted for sports bras — they have a distinct job to do and you want one that works. Ajuste relaxado / ajuste fino camiseta After trying on a dozen different styles, I found my match — the Booby Trap ($39, originally $58) by Brooks. And I love it — name and all. You might be surprised that Brooks, which has a cult following with long-distance runners, would make such a good bra. But the running brand acquired Moving Comfort, a well-known bra company, a while back. So you know this bra is built upon years of studying boobs in motion and perfecting bras to support them. The ...