Welltodo Today: SoulCycle’s £24 Spin Classes, Fitness Clubs Are Spawning Business Opportunities, Beyond Meat Is Innovating

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

Beyond Meat rolls out ‘meatier’ version of its plant-based burger – FoodBev Media

Beyond Meat is launching a “meatier” version of its plant-based Beyond Burger in the US, created using a mix of pea, mung bean and rice proteins. As well as beetroot to give a red hue, the patty features coconut oil and cocoa butter to provide marbling designed to melt and tenderise like traditional ground beef.

How to become a personal trainer: Tips from a Reebok athlete | Well+Good

Fitness instructors get to work out all day and have plenty of time to cook healthy meals thanks to their flexible schedules-so they’re basically getting paid to be in the best shape of their lives, right? Not so fast.

SoulCycle has come to the UK – but will Brits embrace £24 spin classes?

US fans include Oprah and Michelle Obama. Expect an ‘inspirational’ experience, low lights, tears – and amethyst crystals

Fitness Clubs Spawn Urban Clusters of Juice Bars, Spas

The health-and-wellness trend is creating clusters of juice bars, spas and similar retailers around popular fitness centers, giving a lift to urban neighborhoods.

What I’ve learnt from transforming the fitness industry

The story of ClassPass goes back to 2010, when I was studying dance alongside my day job. I looked on the internet for a dance class and noticed how difficult it was for people to find classes online. I realised technology could solve this problem by making it much easier for everyone to get active in their lives.

Forget beach parties and all-night clubbing: Wealthy travelers are spending money differently, and it’s created a massive $639 billion industry

As the wellness industry continues its explosive growth, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that it’s now expanding into another huge industry: tourism. Wealthy travelers are ditching the beach parties and all-night clubbing and instead spending their money on wellness summits, spirituality retreats, and resorts that focus on self-care, which has turned “wellness tourism” into a $639 billion industry, according to the 2018 Global Wellness Tourism Economy study.

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