Tiffiny Hall Used Her Vast Fitness Experience to Create a Range of Activewear That Moves With You
Australian trainer Tiffiny Hall has launched a line of activewear that is functional, sporty and stylish. Designed by Hall, the range is intended to be versatile enough that you can wear it to pick up your morning coffee, while running errands and of course, during exercise.
Called TXO Flex, Hall says the line “was designed for busy women looking for affordable activewear that doesn’t sacrifice on quality”. The clothing works to sculpt, lift and flatter your body, while also providing support where you need it most.
The TXO Flex Signature Range includes crop tops, leggings, bike shorts, hoodies, tracksuit pants and sweatshirts, with prices ranging from $39 (for the Ninja Tee) to $139 (for the Foxy Sherpa Jacket). The range includes a variety of colour options include black, red, blue and grey, so you can add a little brightness to your activewear wardrobe and the sizing ranges from XS to XXL.
For those wanting to try the basics, your best bet is the TXO Flex Ultimate Legging ($99), which is a high-waisted, second-skin style of tights, while the Ultimate Longline Crop ($69) provides support and caters to a range of sizes thanks to the addition of removable cups.
Hall’s extensive experience in the fitness industry allowed her to create garments that were designed with thought and intention, having worn a fair share of activewear in her time. “I have lived my entire life in activewear and over the past 20+ years, I can say that there hasn’t been a range that has outperformed the other,” Hall said in a press release.
“There has always been something missing — the leggings don’t stay up, it’s not warm in winter or breathable in summer, they itch, they scratch, they don’t offer the support where I need it the most or they are too expensive. The list goes on. This is why I created TXO FLEX. It is activewear that I would wear and most importantly, it is activewear that tick all of the boxes.”
To shop Hall’s activewear range, head to the TXO Flex website.