Welltodo Today: Italian Gyms On Lockdown, Gaming Collides With Athleisure, Wellness For Kids

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

The Inevitable Collision of Gaming and Athleisure

In a cavernous former bank in SoHo, New York, pro Nate Hill was gaming in front of a live audience of dozens when, over Fortnite ‘s voice chat, a teammate asked if he’d ever modeled at New York Fashion Week. “Yeah, I’ve done that a bunch of times,” said Hill, scoping in on an enemy.

Inside the world of wellness for kids

There is a special hell reserved for parents who have committed the cardinal sin of believing themselves still capable of going out-out on a Friday night. It is called “soft play on a Saturday morning”. The time-honoured formula for children’s leisure is, however, getting a makeover.

How H&M Created A Sell-Out Activewear Collection From Recycled Materials

Springing forward has taken on a whole new meaning thanks to the latest H&M X P.E Nation collection. For the uninitiated, P.E Nation is the activewear brand that works for both running on the treadmill and running weekend errands. And if the new…

All Market Revamps Runa, Pushes ‘Pressed’ Coconut Waters – BevNET.com

All Market Inc. is taking a measured approach for growing both natural energy drink Runa and coconut water brand Vita Coco, aiming to use product innovation and updated branding to develop a bigger and deeper presence within existing key retail accounts.

Calmer You fills in the gaps in meditation apps for anxiety sufferers

Meditation and mindfulness apps are booming. The top 10 apps pulled in $195 million in 2019, up 52% from the year before. Now, top meditation app Headspace’s former head of research, Nick Begley, is launching a new app that goes beyond mindfulness to specifically address the needs of those su…

Coronavirus: Italian health clubs face three-week closure

Gyms, health clubs, sports facilities and swimming pools across Italy have been forced to close their doors until 3 April, as the country battles to contain the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). The three-week closures are part of strict quarantine measures, which were first implemented in the north of the country.

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