It's been a challenging year - mentally, physically, financially - for all of us. The awesome thing about this year has been watching people and businesses adapt, find opportunities, create new things, and shine positivity. And that my friends is exactly what The LIGHT Collection is inspired by.
5 years in the biz - I can't believe it's been 5 years but also it totally feels like it's been 5 years. So much has happened that I won't be able to squeeze it all into one blog post but I'll do my best.
Launching "Celebrate Diversity" has been months in the making. A lot of heart went into putting this together - part of that was finding the right non-profit to give back to. Giving to charity is never a bad thing but we didn't want to donate for the sake of it; we wanted to connect and make an impact. Enter: Project Onyx.
I think we can all agree 2020 has been a rollercoaster of a year. We've been challenged, stretched, and given many opportunities to grow, learn, and listen. While it's been tough, it's also been the inspiration of our collab project with Fit Appeal by Kim Sealy: CELEBRATE DIVERSTIY.
A common question: "what's with the rhino?" I've always been super inspired by nature so when I was looking for a symbol to represent strength, power, and stability - read more about our MOSAIC design!
Hi everyone! This month, I wanted to dedicate our blog post to sharing some of my favorite custom projects with CrossFit Nine7, The Northern Fitness Games, and Parable Training (and some really nice testimonials!). WE LOVE CUSTOM!
30 years ago today, I was born - it was Friday the 13th. The most popular question I get about Thirteen Fit Apparel is: Why "Thirteen?" If you don't already know my story, I want to give you background on where I come from because it is why I started the company, why our mission is what it is, and why we are THIRTEEN.
The fitness industry has been the bright spot in this darkness - although times are tough for those in the industry, they are still showing up for the community making sure that everyone at home has the opportunity to move. That's why I started Project: Community. The concept is simple: donate apparel designs for gyms to put up for pre-order, sell some merch, give the profits to the gym.
My dear friends at CrossFit Pallas in Ithaca, New York are running a competition in April: The Pallas Games. I'm really excited to share with you the design we came up with for the event - it's different than anything we've done before.