Welltodo Today: Peloton’s $4,000 Treadmill, Wellness & Accessibility, VR-Based Boxing

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Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.

Exclusive: CityRow’s major expansion plan might bring a studio to your city

It’s easy to become immediately hooked after a heart-pounding, total-body workout at one of CityRow ‘s two New York City locations. And now, four years after the boutique rowing studio’s launch, major expansion plans are in place. Rowing hasn’t always been the trendiest form of exercise. Effective? Definitely-but not super hip.

Weight Watchers creates healthy pop-up drive thru

It coincides with the brand’s new weight-loss programme Flex and will be serving free breakfast, lunch and dinner near Borough Market in London. The activation aims to “help people kickstart a healthy new year” and show the types of dishes on the programme.

Vivo Delivers That Ripped Fitness And Personal Health Content In App Form

Without a show of hands, how many of you have already given up on your so-called New Year’s Resolutions? That’s what I thought. Lazy and unmotivated, the whole lot of you. Especially when it comes to your fitness goals.

It’s Time To Make Gyms Accessible

The world of fitness can be incredibly intimidating. From the outside, it can appear to be an exclusive club of strict regimes, impossibly flat stomachs and tiny Lycra outfits, while fitness brands sport slogans like ‘elevators are for wimps’ and ‘what’s your excuse?’

I tried Peloton’s new $4,000 treadmill – and now I get why the company has such a cult following

At the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show, fitness startup Peloton unveiled the $4,000 Peloton Tread, a high-end treadmill with built-in fitness classes. It’s Peloton’s second product and a step for Peloton toward becoming a full-service fitness empire with high-end hardware, live-streamed classes, and a 600,000-strong subscriber community.

Wellness Tech Is Front and Center at CES

Silicon Valley is relocating this week to a 3.2-million-square-foot convention center in Las Vegas, Nevada. The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is the largest tech trade show in the world, gathering unicorn tycoons and start-up hopefuls alike for a glimpse at the future of digital life.

Floyd Mayweather Unveils New VR-based Boxing And Fitness Game, Launching ‘The Future Of Fitness’

Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. LAS VEGAS–It is surprisingly easy to underestimate Floyd Mayweather when you meet him in person. The man is smaller than you think a famous boxer will be. He downplays his preparation for the massive Connor MacGregor match: saying it was mostly situps and pushups.

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