Welltodo Today: Peloton’s Working On A Wearable?, F45 Files For IPO, Athleisure Still Trending

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

Peloton reportedly venturing into wearables market with digital heart rate armband

Peloton is venturing into the wearables market by working on a digital heart rate armband, according to a Bloomberg News report. Still-confidential details and images of the armband device, which were reviewed by Bloomberg, show that the band would come in two different sizes and pair wirelessly with Peloton’s cycles and treadmills, in addition to phones, tablets and televisions that use the company’s workout app.

Mark Wahlberg-backed fitness franchisor F45 Training files for a $100 million IPO

F45 Training, a global fitness franchise offering 45-minute workouts, filed on Monday with the SEC to raise up to $100 million in an initial public offering. – Renaissance Capital

WSJ News Exclusive | Apple Struggles in Push to Make Healthcare Its Greatest Legacy

Apple Inc. Chief Executive Tim Cook has said the company’s greatest contribution to mankind will be in health. So far, some Apple initiatives aimed at broadly disrupting the healthcare sector have struggled to gain traction, according to people familiar with them and documents reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.

This New App Is Intersecting Wellness And Dating

Finding ways to get creative with dating and wellness became a challenge over pandemic. Many turned to online dating as well as digital fitness and wellness routines. With millions of searches around dating and relationships last year, many took time to reflect, re-evaluate and shift how they wanted to approach finding love.

Athleisure Still Has Fashion Cred at Milan Fashion Week

It seems designers and brands showing in Milan are not done yet with the athleisure trend that took fashion by storm pre-pandemic and was further spurred by a year-plus of confinement. And while consumers preparing to get back to the office might be seeking more formal gear, they also will hardly renounce the official quarantine uniform: casual sweatshirts and tracksuits and.

‘Ugly’ produce is finally finding a second life on the shelves of major grocery chains

While ultimately, avoiding food loss and waste is possible if it weren’t created in the first place, a surplus is almost inevitable.

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