Welltodo Today: Peloton’s Latest Competitor, Set Active Strikes A Chord, Nuggs Bolsters Retail Presence

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

A new Peloton competitor lets you play games and watch streaming apps like Netflix, Hulu, and Twitch

Playpulse’s new bikes are available for preorder for customers who want to play video games while working out. The bike system offer “gamified workouts” and access to popular streaming services. See more stories on Insider’s business page. A new indoor exercise bike from Playpulse offers buyers the chance to work out while playing virtual bumper cars and stream entertainment right to their bikes.

How Fitbit, Whoop and Other Gadgets Are Measuring Brain Activity, Glucose and Sleep

Since September, Jeanette Cajide has armed herself with an Elite heart-rate variability monitor. And a temperature-controlled mattress pad. And a Levels continuous glucose monitor. And an Oura Ring that also measures heart-rate variability along with resting heart rate, respiratory rate and temperature.

‘I Want It To Be Part Of My Legacy’: Supermodel Miranda Kerr On Growing Her Clean Beauty Brand KORA Organics

After one of the most difficult years in living memory, it’s fair to assume a mother of three-slash-entrepreneur-slash-expat might not be feeling her best. Only, when multi-hyphenate businesswoma Miranda Kerr enters the room- via Zoom, of course -she is positively glowing. With reason.

SPACs and NFTs: Will European athletes follow US sport trends?

Barely a day goes by without another high-profile athlete being announced as an investor in a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC), a tech start-up or launching their own non-fungible tokens (NFTs). While the Covid-19 pandemic has created major cash-flow problems for many elite teams and leagues, there is certainly no shortage of liquidity being channelled into professional sport.

How This L.A.-Based Activewear Label Became an Off-Duty Model Favorite

Like most people in New York, I tend to wear black nearly all of the time. I’d argue that black looks good on everyone, especially when you’re working up a sweat at the gym in second-skin activewear. It wasn’t until last summer, however, while on a vacation out West, that my thinking completely changed.

This 21-year-old just got his plant-based chicken nuggets into Walmart and Target after netting $8 million in revenue in 2020. Here’s his plan for taking on Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods.

Ben Pasternak is the 21-year-old founder of Simulate, maker of Nuggs plant-based chicken nuggets. Nuggs is launching this month at Walmart and Target, expanding sales beyond DTC channels. Pasternak told Insider that the launch will take Nuggs beyond its current millennial audience. See more stories on Insider’s business page.

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