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It's All You.

Don't ever compromise. Play the game your way, with the top brand-name equipment, accessories, footwear and apparel that will never let you down. We scour the country looking for products specifically designed for women and girls. That's Aries Apparel. Because we don't have anything against boys. We just don't want to wear their clothes.

We Get It At Aries Apparel

At Aries Apparel, we know you want to not only perform at your peak, but to look your best too. That's why we specialize in top name brand, quality sports apparel, sports bras, accessories, equipment, athletic footwear and workout wear for women and girls.

We serve all ages, sizes and abilities youth through plus sizes. Whether you play team sports like soccer or volleyball or workout in the gym we're here for you. Maybe you need a great pair of basketball shorts or workout capris or maybe a new soccer ball or yoga mat, Aries Apparel is your store.

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How Food Guilt Affects Our Fitness

December 15, 2017

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The food guilt cycle continues to grow in widespread proportions. It negatively affects those wanting to lose weight right up the chain to fitness competitors. Food guilt is a vicious cycle of making diet mistakes and punishing ourselves for the indiscretions. In order to regain feeling good about ourselves, we may spend hours exercising or restricting food the following day.

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My Jaw Hit The Floor

November 24, 2017

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By Jessi Kneeland 


My jaw had just hit the floor.

I was chatting with a reporter about what I do, for an article on body image and body positivity. For nearly half an hour, I had been explaining how I go about helping women break free from body image issues, embrace what they previously considered to be “imperfections,” and learn to fully love and accept themselves. Then she asked me this question:

“Ok, but honestly-- is it really that important for women to love their bodies? And if so… why??”

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