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"Whoever invented boobs did it before they invented burpees." This phrase marks one wall of the Nike Pro Bra pop-up shop, open now through Saturday afternoon at 151 Wooster Street.
The very well-staffed store features the activewear brand's newest line of sports bras offering different levels of support for a variety of workouts—from the lightweight Indy for yoga and barre to the Rival, made with molded cups, for running.
After meeting with a staff member for a fitness consultation and fitting, you can head to the basement downstairs, where experts will be hosting workouts and other fitness-related events throughout the store's short duration—check out the class schedule and register here (many spots have already been filled).
Not trying to get sweaty while shopping? Hit up the juice bar near the entrance instead, stocked with Brooklyn-based Juice Witches creations and staffed by its founders, and check out the rest of the merchandise on offer—printed leggings, athletic tops, and long-sleeved styles for those cold days ahead.
The store is open from 11am to 7pm on weekdays and 11am to 5pm on Saturday.
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