Subscription boxes are intriguing. This is my BuffBoxx Fitness Subscription Box review and also the first box I’ve ever received from them. I love them because it’s a great way to introduce yourself to new products and/or products you may not have thought to buy for yourself. The fitness-related subscription boxes always get my attention and I’m always more than happy to check them out and post the review so others can decide if it’s a box they’d like to try.
*I did not get compensated for this post, nor am I an affiliate. Just my thoughts on the BuffBoxx I received.
BuffBoxx is a monthly fitness subscription box service that gives you #FitnessDelivered. It is currently the #1 fitness subscription box! You can choose from a men’s or women’s box during the sign-up process. I received a complimentary box and am reviewing the female box for you today.
A portion of every sale goes to one of their charity partners. You can choose from several different charities during the checkout process including Habitat for Humanity, Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund, and The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. I think that’s pretty sweet.
Another cool thing? Every regular monthly subscription box includes one Reebok apparel item.
Other contents include items like:
- Premium Supplements
- Gym Accessories
- Protein Bars & Healthy Snacks
- Workout Guides
- Free Exchanges
- + Cancel Anytime
Price for regular BuffBoxx monthly subscription: $49.99 (includes shipping!)
They also have several other plans to choose from including BuffBoxx Lite for $29.99 month. You can view all the different plans here. I do like they have a variety of plans to choose from.
BuffBoxx Fitness Subscription Box Review
Here’s a list of all the items I received:
- Reebok Leggings – $40.
I was super excited to get leggings! You can never have enough pairs of workout leggings and these are super nice. I can wear these to work, to workout or to just sit around the house. Leggings are my favorite.
- Wireless Headphones – $19.99 ?.
I couldn’t find the exact wireless earbuds included in this box but I would guess they retail for $19.99 to $29.99. They are the Merkury Innovations brand and they seem to work really well. My kids have stolen them from me a few times already. I was really excited to receive a pair of these since I don’t have any yet! They’re so much nicer than having a long cord connected to your iPod while you’re running.
We’re already up to a value of at least $59.99. Nice.
- BuffBoxx Tank Top – $15 ?.
You can always use more workout tanks and this one is pretty cute. I love the colors. Not sure of the retail value so I just estimated.
- Cellucor Cor-Performance Whey (x 3) – $1.50 x 3 = $4.50.
I love receiving whey protein samples because it’s a nice way to try new brands and flavors without spending the money buying a 5-pound tub which retails for $49.99 on Amazon. I received Molten Chocolate, Peanut Butter Marshmallow, and Whipped Vanilla. There are a total of 10 flavors which I appreciate.
- PB2 Product Samples (x 3) – $1.00 x 3 = $3.00.
I’m a big fan of PB2’s powdered peanut butter and I was excited to receive samples of their peanut butter crackers and powdered peanut butter with chocolate! I also received an original powered peanut butter packet. These will definitely be put to good use!
- BuffBoxx Measuring Tape – $1.00.
Measuring tape is always cool to have. I use them frequently for different things so I don’t mind having another one. They do tend to get lost. At least in my house they do!
- Tiger Balm Pain Relieving Patch – $1.00.
I’ve never used a pain relieving patch but I like the concept and I’m sure I’ll give it a whirl. It uses herbal ingredients to provide pill-free pain relief for several hours. It’s not supposed to be stinky or leave a sticky residue.
- Meal Plans – One Women’s, One Men’s + Grocery List.
I thought it was really nice that they included a meal plan. One side has a men’s plan, the other side has a women’s plan and both include a grocery list.
- Miscellaneous Cards & Coupons.
Total Estimated Value: $84.49.
I think the estimated value is pretty nice for a box that costs $49.99 (including shipping). This box would be perfect for somebody looking to try supplement samples and also those who are big fans of Reebok apparel.
Overall this is probably the best fitness subscription box I’ve tried to date.
Interested in your own BuffBoxx subscription? You can get more information on their website.