Welltodo Today: Goodbye To The Cult Of SoulCycle? UK’s First Yoga Union, Peloton Addresses Delivery Issues


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

Peloton will pump $100M into delivery logistics to ease supply concerns

This probably falls under “good problems,” in the grand scheme of things. After another record quarter, Peloton has announced that it will invest more than $100 million in air and ocean freight deliveries due to “longer-than-acceptable wait times for the delivery of our products.” The fitness compa…

Council Post: The Intersection Of Sports, Health And Tech: A Promising Playing Field For Investors

Entrepreneur & investor with a passion for early-stage startups. CEO of – leading sports & health tech investment ecosystem. Technology and innovation will shape the year 2021. While the traditional sports industry was heavily impacted by Covid-19 in 2020, sports tech and health tech, in particular, had a prosperous year.

Opinion | Goodbye to the Cult of SoulCycle

Opinion From vaccine line-cutting to outright racism, revelations are exposing the darkness at the core of the boutique fitness craze. I resisted SoulCycle, the trendy boutique fitness chain, for years.

World is shifting to a more plant-based diet, says Unilever chief

Unilever has said expanding its range of plant-based foods is one of its new strategic priorities as the FTSE 100 company zooms in on the fastest-growing consumer markets. The group, which is behind household names such as Ben & Jerry’s ice-cream, Marmite and Dove soap, wants to have a €1bn(£865m)-a-year plant-based foods business in five to seven years’ time.

Unpacking Nike’s sustainable basketball capsule

First came the Space Hippie. Now comes Cosmic Unity. Nike’s ventures into sustainability tend to have a futuristic spin. Launching today, the Cosmic Unity collection is Nike’s first foray into sustainable performance wear, fronted by WNBA star A’ja Wilson.

UK’s first yoga union fights for fairer share of £900m-a-year industry

With perfect posture and serene smiles, yoga teachers seem to have it all worked out. But as the business of lotus poses and sun salutations hits £900m a year in Britain alone, some have decided they want a fairer share.


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