If you read any other fitness blogs I am sure you have already seen a few reviews about pv.Body. But in case you haven’t, or if you just want to hear my two cents about it, I figured I would write one too. Mostly because I think it is an awesome idea!
I first learned of pv.Body through a blog post by Athlete in Me. For a monthly fee of $49.95 (I was lucky enough to sign up before the price increase. Word on the street is they increased the price because they will be getting Lululemon!) they will send you a 2 piece fitness outfit! In many ways pv.Body is like the other monthly fitness subscriptions that you can sign up for. Like all the others you sign up and wait patiently for your package to arrive.
What sets pv.Body apart from all the other subscription services is the value and customization that is included with the subscription. When you sign up for pv.Body you take a style quiz so they can send you items that are perfect for you. When I took the quiz I was deemed an “epic athlete” – sounds good to me!
And here is what I got!
The top is a spin tee from Electric Yoga which retails for $69 and the leggings are from Nux which retail for $59. I got both for $39.95!! Now that is a great value! Both are very comfortable, stylish and perfect for my workouts. They both fit me perfectly but I am happy to know if something doesn’t, I can exchange it!
I am very happy with the clothes I got and plan to keep my subscription, however, I do have to mention that I think the demand for pv.Body is growing more rapidly than they can currently keep up with it. When I placed my order I used a 20% off code and for some reason the code didn’t take and I did not receive the discount. I contacted pv.Body by email on December 1st and I still have not heard back from them nor have I received a refund. It also took quite awhile to get my package after I ordered it and I have heard the same complaint from others. I also have not yet received my free t-shirt that was included for signing up.
The bottom line is I think pv.Body is a great concept and I am willing to wait a little while for them to work out the kinks.
I am looking forward to my next package!
Do you have a subscription to pv.Body? What do you think of it? If you don’t, have you thought about signing up?