JUMP, JUMP

We bounced on tram­po­lines to put sports bras to the test at a re­cent Tri­umph x Shape event.

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Over 30 in­vited guests, in­clud­ing the me­dia and fit­ness in­flu­encers, came to­gether at Bounce Sin­ga­pore on April 27 for the launch of Tri­umph’s new­est sports bras. The range, named Tri­ac­tion, is di­vided into the Stu­dio Col­lec­tion and the Car­dio Col­lec­tion. The for­mer has bras for low­im­pact classes like yoga, while the lat­ter, as the name sug­gests, is great for run­ning, jump­ing and other high-im­pact ac­tiv­i­ties.

All guests wore Tri­ac­tion bras, and were fit­ted by Tri­umph’s bra fit­ting ex­perts prior to the event, co-hosted by Shape.

The event started off with a pre­sen­ta­tion by Shape ed­i­tor Zarelda Marie Goh and Sharon Poh of Tri­umph’s Advertising and Pro­mo­tions depart­ment. Zarelda gave styling tips and talked about com­mon sports bra is­sues such as poor fit and lack of sup­port. Sharon shared how the Tri­ac­tion range coun­ter­acts these prob­lems. A Tri­umph bra-fit­ting ex­pert also ex­plained how to choose the right sports bra us­ing Shape Fit Girl win­ner Vic­to­ria Pang as a model.

Then ev­ery­one bounced for five min­utes non-stop to set the record of most num­ber of peo­ple jump­ing on tram­po­lines to­gether. A record was set and we got into the Sin­ga­pore Book Of Records.

That’s not all: Guests par­tic­i­pated in a kick-ass Bounce Fit work­out con­ducted by Bounce Sin­ga­pore in­struc­tors, which com­prised of mainly high-in­ten­sity interval ex­er­cises. Later, we en­joyed re­fresh­ments pro­vided by Selva Foods. Then ev­ery­one went home sat­is­fied with a goodie bag.

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