Subscription box services are blowing up.
Blue Apron will help you become a better cook. Birchbox will help you get your styling and grooming game on point. But what about a box that can help get you ripped?
That's the idea behind BuffBoxx, a monthly subscription box service focused on helping people reach their fitness goals. For $49.99 a month, users receive boxes containing items like Reebook athletic apparel, fitness accessories, workout plans, meal plans, healthy snacks, premium supplements and coupons. The exact contents of the box change every month, but subscribers provide their gender and clothing sizes to ensure they receive stuff they can actually use.
BuffBoxx was kind enough to ship STACK a sample box. Here's what we found inside:
- Gray Next Level Apparel BuffBoxx T-Shirt
- Orange Reebok Crossfit Speedwick II Shorts
- 2 packs of Run Gum Performance Gum
- 2 bags of Isolator Fitness Isopasta Low Carb Pasta
- Whice Hypoallergenic Wet Wipes for Men
- Merkury Innovations Bluetooth Shower Speaker
- eFlow Nutrition Endure BCAA Dietary Supplement
- Voucher for One Free ARTIC ZERO Fit Frozen Dessert
Considering the flat monthly fee of $50, the BuffBoxx packs an impressive amount of cool, useful items.
BuffBox also allows for free exchanges in case you need a garment in a different size. Every box contains a return envelope for this purpose. In addition to gender and sizes, subscribers can also report any food allergies they have, so they won't be allergic to anything that shows up in their box.
Finally, some of the proceeds from every box sold go to a charity of the subscriber's choosing. BuffBox works closely with charities such as the Animal Welfare Institute, the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund and Habitat for Humanity.
If you feel like you've already got enough workout gear in your closet, you can subscribe to BuffBoxx LITE. At $29.99 a month, it features the same contents as BuffBoxx, minus the Reebok apparel.
If you're interested in taking your fitness game to the next level, check out BuffBoxx.com.
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