we’re hiring! ll part-time social media coordinator

the be.come project, a body-neutral and inclusive fitness platform, is looking for a part-time Social Media Coordinator to be a key member of our small but mighty team. The Social Media Coordinator will handle front-facing, direct engagement with the be.come community through social platforms. As a digital-first brand that has grown through Instagram, it’s crucial that we find someone passionate

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alexa’s journey ll our coo shares

My name is Alexa and I’m the COO of the be.come project. I started working with Bethany years ago —  before the be.come project existed, before the building blocks of the beta project were even in place. I came to them for help — help with my body, my mindset, my recovery. They understood me — you see, our bodies

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getting started at the be.come project

Welcome to the be.come project! We couldn’t be happier to have you as part of our community. We’d love to help ease you into taking your first session with this video from our founder and your instructor, Bethany C. Meyers (because let’s be honest, new things can be intimidating!) Our body-neutral and inclusive approach to fitness will probably be a

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COVID-19 relief gift card

We have been working on ways to help get the be.come project in the hands of people who have been affected by COVID-19. We have contemplating / stressing over how to help people get be.come in their hands, while still holding onto the knowledge that our investor-free, small-business does not have the means to give it all away for free. 

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meet your demos ll martin & elianna

Martin shares: When did you start be.coming? I had always felt self-conscious about working out until I started the be.come project. It has been 6 months since I signed up and I haven’t looked back yet. It’s definitely been the best decision I have ever made. When I first started, I was doing the routines every other week. I felt

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international womxn’s day

In honor of International Womxn’s Day, we want to make sure we are elevating the voice of ALL womxn, which is why this week, we are bringing awareness to an incredible organization – the Marsha P. Johnson Institute and the incredible woman who inspired its inception. In case you don’t know about Queen Marsha, let us give you a little

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the be.come project x ROBINHILL Brand raffle

We introduced you to our client, Chelsea J. Stoneburg, a few weeks back in our “meet your demo babes” post. Chelsea has been with the be.come project since our beta days, is a model on our website, and has even been a demo 2 times now – it’s safe to say that the love is mutual. Chelsea has a company,

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national eating disorders awareness

Contributed by Whitney Hull-Benson Eating disorders are mental illnesses and are incredibly complex. There is no one “catch all” cause. Each disorder, and why it presents, varies greatly from person to person, and each disorder comes to be through many factors; be it biological, psychological, environmental, or a combination of all three. The most common, known, and researched eating disorders

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meet your demo babes ll chelsea & laurie share

Chelsea shares: How long have you been be.coming? I’ve been be.coming since the beta project! Tell us about your experience as a demo babe. This was my second time being a demo and, somehow, it was even more exciting than the first time. Bethany and their team made me feel completely comfortable and strong in my body at every turn.

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humans we admire ll sophie faulkenberry

In the third installment of our series, humans we admire, the be.come project spoke to Sophie Faulkenberry, an actress, trainer, and all around badass who has been battling an aggressive form of Lymphoma over the past months. Here is what she had to say. jaime: When you were first diagnosed with cancer, what were your initial feelings towards your body?

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we’re hiring! ll part-time social media coordinator

the be.come project, a body-neutral and inclusive fitness platform, is looking for a part-time Social Media Coordinator to be a key member of our small but mighty team. The Social Media Coordinator will handle front-facing, direct engagement with the be.come community through social platforms. As a digital-first brand that has grown through Instagram, it’s crucial that we find someone passionate

...Continue

alexa’s journey ll our coo shares

My name is Alexa and I’m the COO of the be.come project. I started working with Bethany years ago —  before the be.come project existed, before the building blocks of the beta project were even in place. I came to them for help — help with my body, my mindset, my recovery. They understood me — you see, our bodies

...Continue

getting started at the be.come project

Welcome to the be.come project! We couldn’t be happier to have you as part of our community. We’d love to help ease you into taking your first session with this video from our founder and your instructor, Bethany C. Meyers (because let’s be honest, new things can be intimidating!) Our body-neutral and inclusive approach to fitness will probably be a

...Continue

COVID-19 relief gift card

We have been working on ways to help get the be.come project in the hands of people who have been affected by COVID-19. We have contemplating / stressing over how to help people get be.come in their hands, while still holding onto the knowledge that our investor-free, small-business does not have the means to give it all away for free. 

...Continue

meet your demos ll martin & elianna

Martin shares: When did you start be.coming? I had always felt self-conscious about working out until I started the be.come project. It has been 6 months since I signed up and I haven’t looked back yet. It’s definitely been the best decision I have ever made. When I first started, I was doing the routines every other week. I felt

...Continue

international womxn’s day

In honor of International Womxn’s Day, we want to make sure we are elevating the voice of ALL womxn, which is why this week, we are bringing awareness to an incredible organization – the Marsha P. Johnson Institute and the incredible woman who inspired its inception. In case you don’t know about Queen Marsha, let us give you a little

...Continue

the be.come project x ROBINHILL Brand raffle

We introduced you to our client, Chelsea J. Stoneburg, a few weeks back in our “meet your demo babes” post. Chelsea has been with the be.come project since our beta days, is a model on our website, and has even been a demo 2 times now – it’s safe to say that the love is mutual. Chelsea has a company,

...Continue

national eating disorders awareness

Contributed by Whitney Hull-Benson Eating disorders are mental illnesses and are incredibly complex. There is no one “catch all” cause. Each disorder, and why it presents, varies greatly from person to person, and each disorder comes to be through many factors; be it biological, psychological, environmental, or a combination of all three. The most common, known, and researched eating disorders

...Continue

meet your demo babes ll chelsea & laurie share

Chelsea shares: How long have you been be.coming? I’ve been be.coming since the beta project! Tell us about your experience as a demo babe. This was my second time being a demo and, somehow, it was even more exciting than the first time. Bethany and their team made me feel completely comfortable and strong in my body at every turn.

...Continue

humans we admire ll sophie faulkenberry

In the third installment of our series, humans we admire, the be.come project spoke to Sophie Faulkenberry, an actress, trainer, and all around badass who has been battling an aggressive form of Lymphoma over the past months. Here is what she had to say. jaime: When you were first diagnosed with cancer, what were your initial feelings towards your body?

...Continue

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