Senita Athletics Product Review

Senita Athletics Product Review

Our Old Ways

When we were first married we spent money like it was going out of style.  Not on high dollar large items but on dinners out, name brand clothing and other crap we didn’t need.  We look back at each other now and are disappointed in our old selves for not being mature in our spending habits.

When I left my ten year  career as a high school science teacher we took a huge leap of faith, sold my husband’s favorite Toyota Tacoma and used that money to see if we could survive without my income.  Good news is we did.  But not without major sacrifices, lifestyle changes, behavioral changes and Money Peach.  Thanks to all of these things we invested in ourselves and our money and have learned so much along the way.

I Live in Workout Clothes..don’t judge me (please:)

One big learning curve for me was buying athletic clothes.  I train 5-6 times a week, coach multiple CrossFit classes and work from home–so let’s be honest I pretty much live in workout clothes.  I quickly realized expensive brands were no longer in my budget (well…the really never were).  Since then I am always on the hunt for awesome athletic clothing that looks adorable on, is stylish, sucks everything in really nicely and does not break the bank. When a friend showed me the Senita Athletics website I was totally intrigued.  Senita is a locally owned company based out of Tempe, Arizona started by two moms who wanted more from their life and left their jobs and become entrepreneurs in December 2015. Do the math–that was only one year ago.  Their story was enough for me to give support–I can relate!  I love their passion to provide quality workout clothes to women at a price that is completely justifiable to the budget.

Their Products

Senita has a great range of products including running and fitted shorts, crops and pants, tees, jackets and other accessories.

squatEnter the Denali Legging in “Starry Night” print (retail price $40). When the package arrived I was totally stoked! The fabric was soft, stretchy and held everything in nicely when I slipped them on.  The print was unique and colors popped.  I’ve been wearing the Denali’s for both conditioning and while lifting.  In both instances they stay in place, don’t bunch up and major bonus—they are NOT see through!  I am 5’8″ weighing roughly 133 lbs and found a small to fit just right.

 

Since then, I decided to splurge and treat myself to a pair of their Fierce Capris in plum (retail price $35) and Fierce Pants in black (retail price $38)  along with my favorite print the Sarah Sports Bra in “Bahamas” (retail price $26).  All have been amazing and together have cost almost the same as what I used to pay for one pair of workout pants! Say what?!?!?!

I also love that they have added options to their clothing to hold a cell phone or slip a key into while training outdoors, going for a run or just running to the store.  This was a major bonus for me!  I would suggest sizing down because I found things to be slightly on the larger end of the size spectrum.

 

 

 

 

Work Hard Be Kind,

AWalk

 

And find them here:

Senita Athletics Instagram

https://www.instagram.com/senita/

Senita Athletics Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/SenitaAthletics/

 

Special thanks to my super talented friend Erika for the great pics!

 

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4 replies
  1. Tabitha
    Tabitha says:

    Thanks for noting that they aren’t see thru! I’m thinking and buying a pair of leggings, and that is always a huge issue for me. Bubble butt problems. My other issue is sweat; does the fabric show wet patches? Is it moisture wicking?

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    • awalkmacros@gmail.com
      awalkmacros@gmail.com says:

      It is always a good concern for me too! I haven’t tried all versions of the pants yet, but I’ve been pleased with the fabric..as it washes nicely and isn’t overly bulky. If I am super sweaty–I can’t conceal my sweat..lol! In AZ it is just so hard! My favorite so far are for sure the fierce crops!

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