Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
Boom cycle has revealed plans to open its fifth London site this September. Located close to the London Eye in Waterloo, the 6,000sq ft (557sq m) club will be the biggest studio to date and will form a part of the Southbank Place development.
The Impossible Burger, so far only available at restaurants, could finally be making its way to U.S. grocery store shelves, giving Impossible Foods’ chief rival Beyond Meat Inc. a new retail competitor. Impossible also announced on Wednesday its plans to produce more of the meat-free patties through a new collaboration.
As we head into the dog days of summer, many of July’s new products are giving consumers an energy boost. This month saw new shots from Sunday Scaries and Ethan’s, cold brew from Partners and Bailey’s, and G Fuel’s first RTD offering.
I appreciate a good meal, but I also consider myself a pragmatist-and for me, stopping what I’m doing every few hours to find something to eat can be terribly inconvenient.
People have been tattooing themselves for more than 5,000 years. In the past, tattoos have been used to indicate a person’s status or, more recently, aesthetic preferences. But now, they could be a way for people with serious health issues, such as diabetes or kidney disease, to track their conditions in real time.
Dame, a sex toys company for women, and Unbound, a female sexual wellness company, are no strangers to controversy around the products and messages these brands sell. The two, however, have decided to join forces and roll out a campaign dubbed “Approved, Not Approved,” to show consumers the seemingly arbitrary choices the MTA and social platforms make around deeming what type of content is appropriate and what’s not.
There is a new “gym” on 14th Street in New York City called Complete that has three stair-masters, seven elliptical machines, and 10 treadmills. It also has a rooftop garden, a juice bar, a full spa, and a “Himalayan Salt” member’s lounge.
He swims, bikes, runs and also exfoliates. Calvin McDonald, 47, the chief executive of Lululemon, is obsessed with fitness. Appointed last year to fix the company’s culture after a series of missteps, Mr. McDonald exercises twice a day, competes in three Ironman races a year and goes on four-hour bike rides to clear his head.
LONDON – Browns is expanding into the activewear category and launching today with 33 brands and an exclusive capsule with streetwear label Misbhv. There will be a mix of luxury to performancewear brands available such as Versace Active to Adidas and Nike.