This Month’s Health & Fitness List

From sustainable trainers to new studios and supplements, here’s what you need to know about in the world of health and wellbeing this month.
By Tor West

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Sustainable shoe brand Veja’s first ever indoor training shoe, the Impala, is designed to provide support, comfort and stability for gym-based workouts – think bootcamps, treadmill running and weight training. No detail has been forgotten – there’s a heel clip for extra support, padded rubber to boost durability on impact zones and most of the shoe is made from 100% recycled materials. We recommend sizing up for optimal comfort.



Containing four times the electrolytes of leading sports drinks – minus the sugar – Cure’s powdered sachets hydrate up to three times faster than water alone. Made with organic coconut water powder, pink Himalayan salt, lemon juice powder and natural sweeteners, Cure is committed to using real, clean and effective ingredients without any nasties. Ideal for warm weather or particularly sweaty workouts, choose from matcha, grapefruit, wild berry or lemon. 



On a mission to empower women to move with freedom – and better our relationship with our boobs during exercise – PeBe’s new-generation sports bra is one to have on your radar. Made with patent-pending technology that wraps and supports your chest in a figure of eight shape (other sports bras on the market work by squashing and compressing breasts during high-intensity exercise), it offers impressive protection and is available in sizes 30-36 D-H. In studies, it’s proven to reduce boob bounce by 85%. 



The sex toy industry is notoriously linked to plastic waste, but Ohhcean is doing things differently.

The co-owner of Scandinavia’s largest online sex toy business, Mathilde Mackowski, has collaborated with #tide, a leading organisation within upcycling and recycling of ocean-bound plastic to create Ohhcean. The world’s first sex toy range made with ocean-bound plastic, the Ohhcean collection includes a magic wand, g-spot vibrator and a body vibrator, all available in soft aquatic shades. 



Whether it’s hanging your clothes outside instead of using the tumble dryer, having a meat-free supper or walking to work instead of driving, the Nudj app tracks your sustainable activities and tells you how much carbon you’ve saved and adds it to a running total. A simple way to show how small changes add up over time, the app will ‘nudge’ you with ideas for swaps and sustainable solutions throughout the week, too. Helping you live sustainably in the long term, Nudj is on a mission to achieve a one tonne carbon reduction for every adult in the UK by 2025.


Re Place

Forget your foam roller. Re Place, a new health destination in the capital, is all about active recovery. The studio will be home to a Somadome, the world’s first tech-enabled meditation vessel, as well as state-of-the-art lymphatic body roller machines, which use infrared technology, chromatherapy (light healing), collagen lamps and air ionisation to relax, realign and reshape the body. Go regularly and you’ll experience less muscle pain, reduced water retention and improved immunity, sleep and metabolism. 



Probiotics play a vital role in our wellbeing, but not all probiotic supplements are created equal. Formulated with specific probiotic strains proven to target the immune system, skin, vaginal health and gut health, each of Fermento’s four formulas is fast acting, thanks to clever technology that means 100% of the bacteria get to work where they’re needed. Start with Immune Power, a potent anti-viral and anti-inflammatory supplement designed to bring the body back into balance in as little as 12 weeks. 



Healthy snacks don’t get better than Nourish’s organic, plant-based treats. Free from gluten, grains, dairy and refined sugar, every bar, brownie and macaroon is handmade in Nourish’s Surrey-based kitchen, which is entirely food waste-free. We can’t get enough of the Coconutty bars – with cacao, coconut and almond butter, they’re like a healthy Snickers – while the Vanilla Coconut Bites come in a handy pack for guilt-free, on-the-go snacking.



If you’re into meal prep or looking to add more variety to your diet, Nutribullet’s EveryGrain steamer makes cooking quinoa, rice, oats and other grains easy. Taking the guesswork out of the liquid-to-grain ratio, the compact device has five tailor-made grain settings, which make preparing everything from porridge to sushi rice as simple as pushing a button. The cooker can also be used for steaming fish or vegetables, and has the ability to make up to ten cups of cooked grains. 




Circuit Society 

Looking for a fresh way to work out? Circuit Society is the latest fitness concept from Shane Collins, the name behind Kobox and a Barry’s Bootcamp master trainer. During each 45-minute class, you rotate through six stations, for six minutes on each. With a mix of 50% cardio and 50% HIRT (high intensity resistance training using dumbbells, kettlebells and TRX), it’s designed to help you build strength and endurance. 



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