That marathon runners can’t-be-late-for-my-next-yoga-session, can’t-begin-my-day-without-my-cold-pressed-juice trend is going no where for a while. It’s the new culture that’s become so addictive and financially lucrative that it’s believed to be the next multi-billion dollar industry, surpassing the expectations initially given.
And yes, many of your eyes have changed to dollar signs, but with the health state of society it should be more about encouraging proper fitness and wellness practices to ensure longer lives of consumers. So by making PT tactics more accessible, fitness apparel that is reliable and not on the quality scale of fast fashion, and offering nutritional programs to help from the inside out is the step in the right direction. Plus the health-lover in your life will thank you as well!
Gotham Seacell Running Hoodie and Tight by Rhone – $179 and $119; Breville Juice Fountain Plus Juicer from Kohl’s – $149.99; Ignite Running Shoes by PUMA – $100; Barefoot Strong by Dr. Emily Splichal –$16; B Well Adjusted Cowl Neck Tunic by Free Country – $60; S’Well 24Oz Water Bottle from Carbon 38 – $45; The Grater by Charges Bikes – $450.00 – $3,500; Electric Muscle Stimulator by Wireless USA – $1,149; Eat Clean, Play Dirty by Sakara Life – $85; WellPath – $39.95; Heat En Route Jacket by NewBalance – $119; Peloton Bike by Peloton – $1,995 + $39/MO subscription for unlimited classes; Sport Bras by Undies.com – $20; Foundation Shorts by Ten Thousand – $48 or $55; Sleeves & Support by Trizone – starting at $35; Greenblender Subscription – starting from $44.99; Clifton 2 Running Shoe by HOKA ONE ONE –$130