Lululemon shares jumped over 6% Thursday following positive quarterly results. The athletic apparel company beating on both earnings and revenue. Matt McClintock, Senior Retail Analyst at Barclays, joins Cheddar to discuss how Lululemon's innovation is helping separate itself from the pack. Total revenue for Lululemon increased nearly 14% to $619 million, beating the street's estimate of $610 million. McClintock attributes the strong numbers to new products he says people haven't experienced before. He adds that you just can't compare their items to rivals Nike and Under Armour. As retailers struggle to get consumers into their doors, brick-and-mortar remains important for Lululemon, says McClintock. He says it can be used as more than just a place to buy products. The company has capitalized on this opportunity by offering consumers yoga classes in some of its locations.