Welltodo Today: The Men’s Activewear Market, Beachbody Reports Loses, Medicine Vs Wellness

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

Mens Activewear Moves Forward By Leaps And Bounds In 2022

This winter season, look no further than the Forbes’ lineup below of some of the top activewear apparel for every type of man who is aiming to get fit like a tiger or simply just wants to look dynamite – while feeling comfortable.

Nestle is teaming up with a vegan startup to develop meatless chicken wings that include realistic skin and bones

Nestle is teaming with vegan startup Sundial Foods to develop vegan chicken wings with skin and bones. The partnership is part of a $4 billion funding round for the San Francisco-based meat substitute company. The global meat substitute market is slated to reach $23.2 billion by 2023, according to Euromonitor.

Beachbody Reports 17 Percent Decrease in Q3 2021 Revenue

The Beachbody Company, Santa Monica, California, pulled in third quarter 2021 revenue of $208.1 million, a 17 percent decrease compared to third quarter 2020 but a 6 perc | The third quarter was more challenging for Beachbody than forecasted as at-home fitness demand decreased due to social distancing fatigue, said CEO Carl Daikeler.

When Medicine Can’t Help, Wellness Swoops In

The industrial revolution brought epidemics of disease and illness never seen before. And we will only survive the anthropocene if we reconsider our individual health as it relates to the collective, and the planet. Daunting as that may be, it’s still possible. It’s something to believe in.

Wellnesscore Infiltrates Gen Z Streetwear Culture | Stylus

In collaboration with UK youth mental health initiative The Be Well Collective, contemporary British unisex brand Daniel W Fletcher has launched a range of beanies with a tag bearing the charity’s eponymous mantra. All profits made from the range will go directly to Be Well.

Gym Franchises Still Face Cash Crunch Even as Pandemic Abates

24 Hour Fitness Worldwide, Inc. and Equinox Holdings Inc. are pursuing out-of-the-box ways to raise cash from investors, as the gym franchises manage through a prolonged downturn catalyzed by the Covid-19 pandemic.

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