First, there was athletics. Then, athleisure. And now, ath-life. Whether you’re someone who lives at the gym or you just enjoy the comforts of living your life in, well, comfortable clothes, I’d argue that you can never have too many pairs of leggings. As such, getting new options to sort through every month sounds like a pretty dreamy deal, and fitness subscription boxes are making that possible one sweat-wicking stash at a time.
Given that there are subscription boxes for pretty much everything these days (periods, crystals, and even kinky stuff), it only makes sense that there are ones to keep you outfitted for your weekly spin class, as well. These perfectly packaged boxes arrive at your door filled with all the sports bras, tops, bottoms, and accessories you can possibly need (with a major discount to be had). Keep reading for some fitness subscription boxes worth checking out. Then, pair these with a workout streaming subscription and you’re pretty much set.
Fitness subscription boxes that will have your leggings drawer stocked
1. Fabletics, $50 per month
Co-founded by Pilates-loving actress Kate Hudson, fitness fashion brand Fabletics is your one-stop shop for workout gear that’s just as cool and stylish as its luxury counterparts but for a fraction of the price. Shop tops, sports bras, outerwear, accessories, and the best leggings that range from wear-them-everywhere black to stop-and-stare prints. You can snag two pairs of leggings for $24 when you sign up for the subscription, and you can shop a la carte without signing up (but you get up to 50 percent off if you do). Skip a month as needed and cancel anytime.
2. Ellie, $40 per month
Ellie keeps things fresh with three new collections every month. If you’re on a budget and just want the basics, go with a two-item subscription that includes a new top and bottom every month. Or, go all out and treat yourself to an entire workout ensemble with the five-item subscription that includes a sports bra, top, bottom, and two accessories. And don’t worry, you can always opt out if you don’t see anything in the collections that catches your eye. Some of the proceeds from this subscription brand also supports at-risk girls in Los Angeles through non-profit organization EmpowHer and we’re here for it.
3. YogaClub, $79 per month
This subscription box brings you brand name athleisure apparel for 50 percent off retail prices. Similar to other subscription boxes, you start off by taking a style quiz. Your answers will help stylists curate high-quality three-piece outfits (which includes a bra, top, and bottom) for you every month based on your personal style and preferred workouts from brands such as Free People, Teeki, Onzie, Manduka, and Beyond Yoga. Don’t like your outfit? You can easily exchange it.
Yogi Surprise, from $25 a month
Yogi Surprise offers not one, but two different subscription boxes. There’s the yoga box (a $85 value for $45 per month) that features a variety of non-GMO and cruelty-free products like bath salts, essential oils, natural skin-care products, crystals, books, journals, and yoga products. It also comes with a yoga sequence card to inspire your flow. Or, you can opt for the jewelry box (a $60 retail value for $25 per month) that features hand-crafted, yoga-inspired pieces—think mala bead necklaces and diffuser jewelry. The company also works with the Yoga on High Foundation that provides financial resources for people to fulfill their dream of becoming yoga teachers.
Under Armour, per piece
If you’re not a fan of in-store shopping and the hassle of dressing rooms makes you cringe, Under Armour may be the one for you. You’ll first fill out your profile with details on your fitness goals, where you exercise, go-to workouts, and personal style. Their team of stylists then curates a box of four to six pieces. Once your box arrives, you have a week to have a mini -fashion show try-on at home, decide what pieces you love and want to keep, and ship the rest back. You can set your delivery schedule to 30, 60, or 90 days.
Speaking of working up a sweat, this 28-day program is a good way to put those leggings to the test and here are plans to help you start your new year off on the right foot.
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