This article originally appeared on?HelloGiggles.com.?
It’s one of those things that we do not typically complain about. But, once said?aloud, we can not help but bond in misery that’s removing your?sports?bra?we have spent out. Be it of the?revolutionizing Sweaty Betty brand?or?a?generic one,?this particular brassiere feels?a lot more like a contraption when mixed with sweat. And?we aren’t over exaggerating.
A number of women got together to express their disdain for that undergarment on Twitter recently. And that we have to say, we totally?understand where they are all coming from.
Just when you thought your intense workout was complete, removing your?sports?bra?becomes the true challenge.
And they describe the experiences very perfectly.
The hardest exercise on arm day is taking your sports bra off. ????
— Rachel Klee (@klee_rachel) January 27, 2016
That moment if you need to go without your sports bra after arm day pic.twitter.com/axJzG1My94
— SaabMagalonaBacarro (@saabmagalona) March 31, 2016
Changing into a sports bra the day after arm day. #thestruggleisreal pic.twitter.com/ZVSvbZePUM
— Heidi Studier (@heidistudier) April 7, 2016
True Strength: The opportunity to extract yourself out of your sports bra after arm day. #truth #thepainisreal #trainingtobebadass #fitmom
— Michelle Wendorf (@mPerpichWendorf) April 20, 2016
Taking off your sports bra after arm day really tests who you are as a person
— veggie (@KitKat6f4) January 29, 2017
So,?there you have it! The worst part of exercising, hands down, may be the post-workout clothing removal. Arm day is a killer already. But,?raising your arms after working out those guns may be the thing you don’t want to do.
The sad part is that there is no real solution for this.?Especially since?the alternative to the regular support?is one with a plastic and super uncomfortable connector within the back. Ah, to be a woman.
Leave it to Twitter to?highlight yet another thing ladies have to cope with. But, a minimum of we know we’re in solidarity with our other fitness lady friends. And we can all laugh with the pain.