From mobility training to greener kit. Take a look at the new industry trend predictions.
22 December 2019| Last updated on 8 January 2020
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As the wellness industry continues to boom, the start of each new year brings a fresh set of trends promising to help us live more healthily.
2019 was the year we learned that contract-less gym-hopping could shake up our workouts and at-home streaming services could provide on-demand solutions that can be factored into pretty much everything – from your morning coffee to your night-time skincare.
But forget all that now – because 2020’s alternative fitness and wellbeing trends are set to get even more niche, as consumers look for new ways to prioritise their mental and physical wellbeing. Here’s what to have on your radar…
Bespoke blood-tested supplements claim to help cut out the guesswork when it comes to popping supplements. For example, lots of people are still totally unaware that taking too many supplements, or ones they don’t need, can cause harm. Also, with some nutrients, the body can also only store a certain amount, so you might be wasting your money topping up on those.
After an initial month using the Bioniq service, you have another blood test to see if your levels have improved and make any necessary adjustments to your bespoke formula.
Some of our favourite green fitness brands include Now Then, a swimwear company that creates cossies from recycled ocean plastic, and Girlfriend Collective – a super trendy fitness company that use eco-friendly dyes and recycled fishing nets to create comfy separates.
If you care just as much about how your leggings look as you do the conditions they were made, there’ll be plenty of brilliant options available to keep you feeling at the top of your game next year.