Tone It Up brand’s New Activewear and Swimwear

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According to a 2018 LA Times report, the Manhattan Beach-based wellness brand Tone It Up comes in on both accounts — staying healthy and doing so while wearing stylish activewear or a bikini. The latter is thanks to Tone It Up’s new fashion collaborations, released last month, of colorful workout clothes and swimwear, priced from $27-$176 and available at

Tone It Up, which serves as an online global fitness and wellness community to active women on the go, was founded in 2009 by trainers Katrina Scott and Karena Dawn. The lifestyle brand offers daily workouts, protein powder, nutrition plans and healthy recipes, according to a 2018 LA Times report

“Our goal is to provide everything a woman needs to live her happiest and healthiest life,” Dawn said during a June interview days after a Tone It Up live fitness event at Barker Hanger in Santa Monica.

According to a 2018 LA Times report, during the fitness affair, guests were able to try a series of workouts and take in live DJ sets as well as Victoria’s Secret locker room, APL shoe wall and healthy offerings from food trucks.

The event — and recently, another one like it in New York — gave Tone It Up’s founders a chance to promote their brand and offer attendees a solid heart-rate-raising time, according to a 2018 LA Times report.

When LA Times asked Scott, in a 2018 report, what the best fitness tip is she said,

“There is nothing like a good old squat. Karena and I do squats even before we go to beach, and you immediately feel amazing. Also, everyone says, “How do you get a beach body?” The answer is you go to the beach with your body. You are beautiful. All women, every single curve and shape, is stunning and exactly how you should be.”

I tend to focus my attention outwards and am drawn to the external world of action. I learn a lot about the world through experience. Focusing on what I have seen, heard, or touched, gives me the ability to develop a practical and realistic outlook on the world. Making decisions based on impersonal criteria like principles and logic is very important to me.I accept responsibility for my actions. When I succeed, I accept the satisfaction of the achievement, and if I do fail at something, I learn from it and do better next time. I feel confident in my abilities and am accepting of myself. I have good time management skills. I am able to fit the most important things in life into my schedule. I have a strong sense of goal commitment.

  • Kimi Mier

    Amazing article, what a great message “You go to the beach with your body”! I’ll have to check out this company.

  • Maya Asregadoo

    Love the body positivity!

  • kylee scott

    I love the message that these two women share and preach.

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