I have been following Gymshark since they really came on the scene in 2013. They are an online retailer based out of the UK that sponsor some serious fitness celebrities. Some of their athletes include Steve Cook, Nikki Blackketter, Matt Ogus, and Karina Elle. Their most popular product by far is their “Flex Legging” that I am reviewing. I have been wanting to buy a pair for about as long as I have known about them. But with such a big following, they sell out almost immediately after release, and don’t restock as often as we all would like. Though they only retail for $38, people resell the hard-to-find pants for up to $80!!!! It wasn’t until my friend Taylor showed up in the gym with them one day that I decided it was time to finally try the famous Gymshark Flex Leggings. Continue reading “[Wardrobe] Gymshark Flex Legging Review”
Am I the only one who has been through a million different pre-workouts? Whats awful is that it is virtually impossible to get samples, and the bros over at bodybuilding.com will recommend pretty much anything with a caffeine content over 150mg. I’ll save you the BS, and Continue reading “[Fitness] Pep Test Bulk Preworkout”
Everyone needs a black athletic bag. More importantly, a black athletic backpack. If you wear athleisure as much as I do, you know Continue reading “[Wardrobe] Adidas Originals Retro Backpack”
People. The day has come. A sleeveless lulu crop top!
*sounds the bells*
I’m always on the hunt for new napkins. See, you can buy a cotton crop shirt anywhere. And I ain’t knocking them because I own more than a few, and they look damn good. But ever since I bought Napkin 1.0, I have a new requirement that I just cant live without. Continue reading “[Wardrobe] Lululemon Arise Tank Review”
The motherfucking Napkin.
I was never one to wear crop tops. Between high school dress code and a diet of chicken tenders and fruit snacks, it never occurred to me that bearing half of my abdomen in public was even an option. But this is pre-2013 we’re talking, and for those who remember (HA!) Continue reading “[The Tea] The Napkin,”