Founded by Mark Arruda in 2014, Constantly Varied Gear (CVG) is a family owned business based in New Bedford, Massachusetts. The company started by pressing shirts in their basement. Today, they expand products to activewear including leggings, sports bras and tanks/tees for women as well as unisex clothes for men. In addition to the apparel business, CVG share workout and diet tips from correction, motivation to support, anything in the realm of fitness on their Facebook group. That's not all. They offer online training, which includes TTSL Daily, TTSL E-Book and Free Workouts. All levels are welcome to the training.
* TTSL stands for Thick Thighs Save Lives.
It is a workout program sent out weekly. It has built in strength and specialty cycles similar to having a personal trainer. Free weekly workouts are also released on their Facebook Group as well as YouTube channel.
It is a 30-45 day program of workouts. Each workout has a warm up, strength, metcon and cool down, similar to a basic CrossFit box format. The program costs $49.99 (one time purchase fee).
* Metcon, metabolic conditioning, is a style of workout involving repeated and / or sustained high intensity exercises, usually involving weight lifting movements, with short rest periods in order to burn fat or create a "conditioning" effect.
The company's latest project is Thick Thighs Save Lives Podcast. A new episode is released each week. They cover topics related to health, diet and workout tips in addition to questions their customers ask about. Since I am only on the episode 3, I am not able to provide insightful feedback. That said, they seem to cover lots of great topics that have bothered and negatively impacted women's life, such as the self body image and over obsession of body weight.
CVG does a lot of content. They genuinely care about their customers and want them to become the best version of themselves. One of their missions is to bring women to the gym, to make women healthy, most importantly, to make women feel great about themselves.