THESE BLACK-OWNED COMPANIES ARE FINESSING US WITH FITNESS APPAREL
Hope that everyone had a fabulous Valentine’s Day with that special someone, family, or just showing yourself a little TLC!
Now let’s talk bout us! “We’re family right? “My brothers from another mother, and sisters from another mister.” If we could turn back the hands of time or command it to stand still, we would right? Unfortunately that’s not realistic. Reality check, we are getting older and things “change” due to family, finances and life. Our metabolisms slow down and next thing you know your’e buying clothes a size bigger and getting in the habit of going to work/home and repeat.
This isn’t about your New Year’s resolution. This is about working out to give yourself a better quality of life. But what about your workout attire? It may be more convenient to work out in a old stained tshirt, but when you take time into what you wear and how you feel it may give you the motivation to keep on pushing (away from the table).
These black-owned fitness appeal companies are giving us all the thrills.
Just Lift is a fitness apparel brand Created in by Simeon Panda, a 33 year old British bodybuilder, fitness artist and entrepreneur. Simeon has graced the covers of Muscle Magazine, Muscle & Performance, Muscle-Insider, etc. and now has given us some amazing workout swag.
Ladies, we have you covered too!
Glamourina is an activewear company with Afrocentric flare. Their colors are vibrant and will get you inspired. Owners Kia Phillips and Nekol Gaskins are giving active women and working mothers a way to express theirselves culturally while getting fit. They are celebrating Black History Month with a sale of $30 on all leggings for the month of February. So get them while supplies last.
Photo Credits via: Just Lift and Glamourina