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The 6 Best Fitness Subscription Boxes – Voted By Subscribers!

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The Best Fitness Subscription Boxes - Voted by Subscribers!

We live and breathe subscription boxes here at MSA, and we know our readers do too. This January, we surveyed YOU for your favorite boxes across several categories, and we’re happy to finally be able to share the results!

Competition for Best Fitness Box was so fierce: there were only 5 clear reader favorites! So read on to see which boxes topped the charts in the Fitness category, and then check out which box we’ve got out eye on for 2017.

Best Fitness Subscription Boxes


1. Avenue A by Adidas, $150/season

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Avenue A by Adidas is a quarterly fitness and running subscription box. Every season they send subscribers at least 3 premium fitness items, most of which are sized. You can expect a mix of shoes, apparel and accessories selected by celebrity curators who exemplify style, fitness and performance.

We’ve been impressed with the overall value of this box, and we love that they’re trying to make the box work for everyone: For the Winter 2016 box (pictured above), Adidas polled our readers for feedback about whether to include a lifestyle shoe or a running shoe — and ended up including both thanks to reader comments!

Check out all of our Avenue A by Adidas Box reviews to learn more about this running and fitness subscription!

2. FabFitFun, $49.99/quarter

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The FabFitFun Box is a quarterly lifestyle subscription box from FabFitFun.com. Each season they send you a box of $100+ worth items in categories like beauty, fashion, and fitness.

FabFitFun is not a strictly a fitness-only box, but they usually include one fitness related item: in 2016, FabFitFun subscribers received a yoga towel, toeless workout socks, and a yoga mat strap.

COUPON: $10 Off Your First Box! with coupon code MSA10

Check out all of our FabFitFun VIP Box reviews to learn more about this subscription box!

3. Fabletics, $49.95/month
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Fabletics is a monthly workout clothing subscription by Kate Hudson – each month they release a new collection and you can pick out any outfit you like (including from previous months). Or you can skip that month by the 5th and not be charged.

LIMITED TIME OFFER: New VIP members can use this link to get two pairs of leggings for $24 ($99 value)

Check out of all our Fabletics reviews to learn more about this subscription box!

4. Bulu Box, $10/month

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Bulu Box is a monthly fitness and weight loss subscription. The original Bulu Box is focused more on fitness and general health supplements, and they also offer a Weight Loss box that focuses more on diet products.

COUPON: Use our coupon code MYSUB599 to get your subscription at $5.99 per month, for the lifetime of the subscription!

Check out all of our Bulu Box reviews to learn more about this subscription box!

Runner Up: WODBOM, $35/month

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WODBOM stands for “Workout of the Day – Box of the Month” and is a subscription box designed for CrossFit enthusiasts, by CrossFit enthusiasts. We’ve found that you don’t necessarily have to be into CrossFit to enjoy it, though! You can expect 5-6 large, premium fitness and/or CrossFit-related items including workout gear, supplements, and healthy snacks in each box.

COUPON: Use code MSA3 to save $3 off your first box!

Check out all of our WODBOM reviews to learn more about this CrossFit subscription box!

MSA’s Fitness Box to Watch in 2017: Ellie, $49.95/month

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Ellie just recently relaunched, and they’re on our list to watch in 2017. Every month they ship 5 items for active lifestyles, including both apparel and workout gear (like resistance bands, massage rollers, etc). You can get a preview every month and have 5 days to skip if it’s not for you. This is a great alternative to Fabletics if you’re looking for fitness fashion, especially if you want to add some gear to the mix, too.

Check out all of our Ellie Reviews to learn more about this subscription box!

Did your favorite fitness box make the list?

Tell us about your favorite Fitness Box in the comments!

And if you’re still looking for your perfect athletic subscription box, be sure to check out our list of Fitness Subscription Boxes for more ideas! There are boxes dedicated to fitness apparel, yoga, running, outdoor adventures, and more.

 

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14 Comments

  1. Seeing as FFF hasn’t put an actual fitness item in their box since fall, I have a hard time seeing it on this list (which is a shame because I have always LOVED their fitness inclusion). A “TV subscription” does not cut it for me.

  2. I know Bianca Jade left a bad taste in a lot of people’s mouths the last time her box was reviewed on MSA (and quite honestly, I almost cancelled my subscription because of it), but I do think her MIzzfit box is truly excellent and well curated. Like all boxes there are hits and misses, but the last couple of boxes have been outstanding. This month was all skincare and had an RV of almost $170 not including the vouchers. It was one of those rare boxes where I actually like and will use every single item.

    • I cancelled after a box that seemed to be all free samples but her last couple have been on an upswing (although she still has a distressing tendency to tease items that are only in the box in the form of discounts or golden tickets). The ones that were good though were really really good.

    • I love Bianca Jade’s box! I look forward to it each quarter. I think she curates them very well and I usually end up using most of the items in the box. With her last box, I immediately started using the sonic face scrubber and face wash and I love them. <3 🙂

      • Me too! This is the best my skin has felt in a while.

  3. Love Avenue A by Adidas! Totally worth the money – you get four times the value you pay for, even more and it fets you ready for the season! I stopped buying sneakers ans just sticking solely to Adidas!

  4. Foxy Boxes is one of my faves and their boxes have improved with the new owner (whom likes to have subscriber feedback and desires).

  5. Love Avenue A and fff!!
    Just upgraded my fff to annual starting spring box; overall pretty pleased with it!

  6. My favorite is yogi surprise, but fab fit fun is right there with it!!!

  7. Beware of Ellie. If they run out of the promoted items in the monthly box they substitute items and sizes, yes sizes. I received a shirt instead of a tank and a bra in wrong size in my February box. When I emailed they said they substitute instead of canceling. That is unacceptable in my opinion. I got a shirt I didn’t like and a bra I can’t wear. I should have been offered the option to skip. Also, their customer service is terrible. Phone is never answered and you have to email several times before getting a response.

    • Im with you. They sent me the wrong size bra and wrong sized shirt too. I also didnt get the water bottle because i used the msa discount code. I cant use the clothes and its impossible to get anywhere with cs. Definitely watch out for this one….and not in a good way.

    • Thanks so much for the heads up! I had my eye on this one but I think I’ll steer clear now.

    • I’ve been following this box since the relaunch and comments like this make me nervous! I haven’t had issues with other subscription boxes that a lot of people face, so I’m still slightly tempted.

      I may give it a shot if there’s a really good sale, varying subscriptions (every other month, quarterly, etc) or if I see the brands included start to mix up a bit. I think there’s only so much Marika I’d want to buy – which I can get at discount retailers anyways.

      I love the idea of it though.. reasonable flat fee for a whole outfit and other items. Other fitness apparel boxes have the styling fee and then you still have to purchase everything individually (besides Avenue A).

  8. I prefer the boxes with a blend of clothing, gear, and snacks. Buff Box has mystery boxes for $15 right now.

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