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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.
You'll find a store full of creative ideas for your favorite coach or teammate. We're 'Secret Santa's' favorite store.
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??”
By Paige Waehner
When it comes to exercise, do you ever cheat just a little? It's something we all may do at one point or another, maybe without even realizing it.
Cheating can involve any number of things - Mindlessly going through a workout without paying attention, not lifting enough weight to really challenge you, never breaking a sweat or even just doing the same workouts day after day without a single change.
Sometimes a cheat here or there is fine, but if you do these kinds of things all the time, you really are cheating yourself out of something critical for fitness and weight loss: Getting the absolute most out of your exercise time.
It's not just about burning calories, it's about knowing your body's limits so that you can challenge those limits.
So, how can you become a better exerciser? Here are 5 hacks to keep you on the straight and narrow.