Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
Last week, F45 Training launched a new fitness ‘movement’, FS8, which combines the best elements of three key pillars: Pilates, Yoga and Tone. Basically, the concept is similar to F45 in that it is circuit based and within a ¾ hour time frame, but the movements are very different.
The latest tracker from Fitbit, called Luxe, is aimed at a holistic approach to health and wellness. Not just steps and calories, then. MORE FROM FORBES iPad Pro 2021: Why Apple’s New iPad Will Be Amazingly Innovative It’s designed to help understand stress levels and how they might affect your sleep or other parts of your life.
It’s no secret that the pandemic has created a surge in demand for wellness design features. These were already increasing in popularity before a killer virus drove millions of Americans into their homes for most of a year. Architects, builders, remodelers, retailers and interior designers are all getting increased requests for home features that can enhance health and well-being.
The ” Joe Wicks effect” appears to be fading. Britain’s biggest gym operator has reported that it received a million visits to its English clubs in the week since they were allowed to reopen. Pure Gym said that the number of workouts was comparable to the figure for the equivalent period in 2019, suggesting a bounce back to pre-coronavirus levels at its clubs across England.
Game Industry and Healthcare technology writer Zane Pickett dives deeper into Vessel Health, a new start-up that is disrupting the industry by “bringing the lab to you”. Zane interviewed CEO Jon Cadver and wanted to share his results and thoughts on his experience using Vessel Health.
Around the time Emily Barclay turned 39, she was suddenly besieged by fatigue. Her stomach bloated after simple meals. Her memory faded. For three-and-a-half years, she saw doctors, trying to discern the source of her strange array of symptoms, feeling that something was so fundamentally wrong, so fundamentally .