Welltodo Today: Gymshark’s New Innovation Hub, Peloton Face $150m Lawsuit, CBD Industry Gains


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

Lululemon expands Netflix-like subscription service for athleisure

Step aside Amazon and Netflix – Lululemon has a new subscription service coming that will make your buns look tight. Lululemon ( LULU) plans to take a subscription service it began testing late last year national by year end, CEO Calvin McDonald told Wall Street analysts on a Wednesday evening conference call.

New cannabis industry gains expected via CBD wellness market

J. Frank Sigerson Follow | CBD-infused health and wellness products are a growing sector of the cannabis industry that are inspiring many to turn to CBD for help. Though sometimes classified as wellness products, many CBD products are clearly medicinal and some can be considered more recreational.

Peloton, a fitness industry phenomenon, stumbles into legal mess

Given music’s crucial role in Peloton’s popular workouts, not having licenses for much of that music seems unfathomable to many That lack has landed the fitness machine maker in the middle of a $150 million lawsuit “I’m baffled by it,” says one music industry attorney Peloton says it’s removing the unlicensed songs, and the company’s customers don’t seem to be racing to leave it Devotees of Peloton’s high-tech home fitness machines with tablets that stream music-driven classes have a question for the company: What were you thinking?

Gymshark to create gym and innovation hub

Solihull-headquartered fitness apparel company Gymshark is to build its first gym and innovation hub. The business is to launching GSLC, Gymshark Lifting Club, a creative hub to combine research and development and working out into one facility.

WW CEO On Wellness: “If You’re Not Evolving, You’ll Be Left Behind”

CEO Mindy Grossman is inspiring WW’s subscribers to move away from diets and to believe in wellness.


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