The top stories impacting the business of fitness and wellness from the past week.
Combating Menopause with Elektra Health Co-founders Alessandra Henderson and Jannine Versi
From wellness hubs to primary care clinics, the retail landscape is shifting.
Exploring the future of tech-integrated fabrics.
The Swiss-based activewear company made its public debut last week.
As the pandemic rages on, employers must prioritize workforce well-being in order to entice and retain talent.
For consumer-facing corporations, sustainability is now table stakes.
The company filed for IPO this summer and has since placed several tech-centric strategic bets.
The equipment manufacturer formerly known as ICON Health & Fitness is going public.
Leaning into preventative care, scientists want to bring the lab to your bathroom.
Many think NFTs might help reform a major problem in healthcare.
As anxiety and stress levels surge, houseplant startups provide a sense of solace for consumers.
Billed as the first “sleep fitness” company, Eight Sleep uses technology to improve sleep performance.
With a focus on performance, WHOOP has popularized recovery and strain scoring.
Series B funding led by Founders Fund and Tiger Global
Exploring the growing opportunity in personalized nutrition.
Preaching empowerment, boutique clinics promise women they can have it all — a career now, a baby later.
Investors and entrepreneurs are pushing towards scaling neural technology to the general public.
Equipment makers are partnering with retailers to display and demo products.
Catering to endurance athletes, innovative hardware and software providers are tapping into a growing market.
Ultrahuman hopes to positively impact the growing metabolic health crisis.
Searching for employee well-being solutions, employers are turning to digital health and fitness providers.
EXi sits at the intersection of fitness and medicine, connecting users to healthcare and fitness professionals.
Beyond ethics and sustainability, is plant-based actually better for our diets?
A rising number of grief wellness startups are here to help you die better.
Startups are racing to formulate the next big alt-meat.
Aviron hopes to stand out in an increasingly crowded at-home fitness market.
The recovery world is buzzing with remedies to help upgrade your post-exercise regimen.
A new generation of medicine brands are creating better-for-you versions of OTC meds.
Startups in this space offer consumers stronger incentives to make healthier choices.
Bringing clarity to the complex world of fertility.
Cadoo CEO Colm Hayden lays out the opportunity in letting people bet on their fitness goals.
Advancing the brand’s mission to empower women and girls, AthletaWell was designed to support female well-being.
Hoping to own the customer experience, Nike is redefining itself.
Activist athletes are taking up the torch to fight mental health stigma.
Consumers are increasingly reaching for cleaner hydration options.
Building an injury prevention and recovery app for endurance athletes.
Building a network of private fitness spaces, Silofit hopes to turn the concept of micro-gyms into a massive business.
Raising $4M in funding, growing to 100K members, and the importance of building human connection in a digital environment.
Recovery tech company Hyperice acquired Core, makers of a handheld meditation device.
Facebook could play a key role in shaping the evolution of Fitness 3.0.
Forward-looking startups hope to give dental care a rebranding that has been long overdue.
Pending further innovation, we may well be on the edge of an agricultural revolution.
A double-edged sword, health apps and wearables have transformative potential but not all can be trusted.
Breathwrk is on a mission to change the health of the world through breathing.
The digital workout platform combines entertainment and fitness to create an engaging at-home experience.
The pandemic increased the market for healthier living, accelerating access to wellness real estate options.
Smaller running brands are steadily carving away a niche of runners who value performance, inclusivity, and authenticity.
As funding flows to home fitness startups, the connected rowing wars are heating up.
With millions of additional pet owners brought on by the pandemic, the pet wellness industry shows no signs of slowing.
The smart bike maker will debut a video-game-inspired workout called Lanebreak.
JOON aims to transform the space by offering flexible, individualized well-being benefits.
Better-for-you candy companies want to satisfy your sweet tooth without the post-snack regret.
Hoping the market stays hot, health- and fitness-focused brands are lining up to cash in.
The fitness equipment maker acquired women's health and fitness platform founded by popular fitness influencer Kayla Itsines.
The company is fielding interest from investors that could fetch at least $100M in new funding.
Big tech is racing to cash in on an industry ripe for disruption following COVID-19.
Competition is heating up in the beverage industry, mirroring disruption elsewhere in food, from snacks to candy.
A fresh approach in the smart gym space, Arena has developed a portable device for dynamic resistance training.
Investors are bullish on psychedelics revolutionizing the mental health industry.
The connected fitness company raised new capital as part of a star-studded funding round.
The Grammy-winning musician helps the connected fitness company compete in the exertainment wars.
Industry giants are getting in on technical sportswear and crafting beautiful apparel that’s built to last.
Hoping to capitalize on the home workout craze, connected fitness brands are gearing up for a stock market debut.
Advice for candidates hoping to stand out, level up, and land their dream health and fitness job.
Xponential Fitness, a holding company of boutique fitness brands, is going public.
Peloton is developing its own wearable to track workout intensity.
Fitness franchise company F45 Training has filed to go public.
Neural tech company Kernel aims to make non-invasive brain recording technology widely accessible.
The connected fitness company is partnering with employers to provide exclusive offers on its digital content and popular equipment.
The Facebook exec believes virtual reality is the future of fitness.
Across the industry, things are looking up.
Prominent pros are leveling up, becoming venture capitalists or founders in their own right.
A large, lucrative market ripe for disruption, metabolic health has attracted startups and investors.
As funding flows to home fitness startups, the connected rowing wars are getting interesting.
The strength of a brand’s digital community can make or break fitness companies.
A new batch of bar makers are doubling down on brain health.
The connected fitness competition has gone global.
The battle of the chicken alternatives is heating up.
The pandemic accelerated interest in wearable technology and touchless payments.
Barry’s X content will be available exclusively on FORME devices, which will be displayed and sold at Barry’s studios.
The company has filed a number of health- and wellness-related patents this year.
As the economy reopens, lululemon expects its bet on the omnichannel guest experience to pay off.
The company plans to open a drive-thru restaurant in Highlands Ranch, Colorado next year.