Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
The team at Whoop Innovation Lab in Boston is obsessed with creating the smallest-ever fitness tracker. We took a behind-the-scenes look at how they’re doing it and caught up with Whoop’s founders, CEO Will Ahmed and director of mechanical engineering Aurelian Nicolae.
On Tuesday, ( Amazon.com NASDAQ:AMZN) announced a slew of new products and services at its annual fall product launch event. These include the Halo View health tracker and two related services: Halo Fitness, which will launch with hundreds of studio-quality workout classes, and Halo Nutrition, aimed at helping people develop healthier eating habits.
The global sexual wellness market is expected to reach $41.6 billion by the year 2027. Yet social stigma, particularly when it comes to healthcare that doesn’t apply directly to cisgender men, remains a major hurdle for access to things like birth control. According to The Pill Club, getting contraception should be as easy as visiting a vending machine.
Meghan Rabbitt’s Peloton bike sits unused for weeks at a time at her home office in Boulder, Colo. In the worst of the pandemic, she rode every day. “The workouts were such a mood boost,” she said. Since getting vaccinated in spring, her indoor rides fell to once a week, then it was every three weeks.
ThirdLove is aiming to become a lifestyle brand. Its CEO reveals how its activewear line can compete against Lululemon and Outdoor voices in the $172 billion market.
ThirdLove is expanding into activewear in an effort to become a full-fledged lifestyle brand. The collection comes after releasing lounge and sleepwear lines earlier this year. The effort positions the company to vie for a piece of a $172 billion market. First ThirdLove came for Victoria’s Secret.
Gabby Barikian, Director of Marketing, Fortress Brand Long before the COVID-19 pandemic, modern consumers were increasingly turning to e-commerce,