Sweaty Betty blog: Fitkit
Empowering Women Through Fitness
Following the Founder of The Running School ® Mike Antoniades' Twitter takeover #AskMike, we asked him for his top tips on running technique...
Fifteen years ago I had a dream of creating beautiful clothes for active women. We have come a long way since our first store in Notting Hill and our promise to ‘inspire women to find empowerment through fitness’. Joined by my husband and an incredible team of designers, Sweaty Betty clothing has evolved into a collection that is worn by athletes and loved by customers all over the world.read more
Following the August opening of the first Sweaty Betty US boutique on Mercer Street, the SoHo Roadshow spent a month in the neighbourhood practising what we preach and spreading the word.
Running the NYC Marathon this weekend? If so, Sweaty Betty wants to reward you!
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From sunrise jogs in the city to late night, low-light countryside cycling, high visibility features across the collection help you be seen.
Following this week’s Marathon Master Class in our Soho, London boutique, founder of The Running School Mike Antoniades will be hosting an exclusive live Twitter takeover on Wednesday, 23rd October at 1 pm GMT / 9 AM EST.
Mike will be poised to answer all marathon training questions – for now, he’s given us his top five marathon tips.
The Sweaty Betty team are feeling incredibly zen following a rejuvenating, yoga-filled weekend with Chaya Yoga Retreats. It was the perfect opportunity to put our new yoga ranges through their paces on the mat and we’ve curated a list of must-haves for a yoga retreat.
Today we landed in the Hamptons for a month of all things fitness. We’d love you to join us in our element, pick up some goodie bags and learn all there is to know about Sweaty Betty before our boutique opens in SoHo, NYC. Here’s where we’ll be – we hope you can make it.
The Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum features a “Whites of Wimbledon” collection of tennis ensembles from the 1880s to the present day. For any tennis fan, this confirms that court-side fashion has a prominent place in Wimbledon’s history.
The all-white dress code is one of the Championships’ trademarks. The players’ proposed clothing designs must comply with the rules, and are sent for approval several months in advance.
A century ago, female players were required to wear full-length and long-sleeved dresses on the court – not the most practical kit. Luckily, even Wimbledon rules are made to be broken – take French player Suzanne Lenglen. In 1919, she stepped onto the court evoking flapper glamour in a knee-length, sleeveless dress.read more
To celebrate the excitement surrounding the world's favourite tennis tournament, we'd love you to create a Pinterest board inspired by all things Wimbledon. Think classic tennis whites, vintage rackets and strawberries…the most inspirational board wins £150 to spend on an outfit worthy of Wimbledon from Sweaty Betty's tennis collection.read more
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