Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
L5 Fitness has acquired 112 owned and sub-franchised
There are only five guest rooms in the wellness-focused, artificially intelligent collection. Smart phones, smart watches, and smart everything else are the norm these days, but Lake Nona, a community within Orlando, Florida, is taking things to the next level with its latest offering.
1. The trends set to dominate the next decade of fitness The start of the year saw the release of EuropeActive’s HORIZON 2030 book, forecasting the future of the health and fitness sector based on expert insights and the latest industry data.
OxeFit kicked off 2021 with a healthy $12.5 million Series A and vague plans to “bring advanced robotics and artificial intelligence to the world of strength training.” In April, that manifested itsef with the arrival of the XP1, a commercial gym/rehab/sports system with a 43-inch touchscreen and u…
SoftBank-Backed Mental Health Unicorn Cerebral Reneged On Salaries And Health Insurance For Hundreds Of Therapists
In October, online mental health startup Cerebral named Olympic gymnast Simone Biles as its chief impact officer. “I believe everyone should have access to mental health resources,” says a quote attributed to Biles on the company website. But Cerebral’s messaging doesn’t square with how it treated certain employees, including many of the therapists integral to delivering care to its patients.
Straight off the back of a successful seed plus round, U.K.-based Mighty has announced the launch of a third-generation plant milk rnage. The new M.LKology product line showcases the company’s most authentic dairy-free milk to date. Precision fermentation has been used to mimic conventional milk, with simplified labels in place for consumer clarity.