This Month’s Health & Fitness List
This Month’s Health & Fitness List

This Month’s Health & Fitness List

From a new supplement that promises to boost your immune system to the fitness studio A-listers swear by, here’s what you need to know about in the world of health and wellbeing this July.
By Rebecca Hull

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This brand is new to the wellness scene but has already racked up plenty of five-star reviews. Its collagen-boosting powders promise to clear skin and boost radiance, while improving gut health and other internal functions. A fan favourite, its Marine Collagen Powder blends hyaluronic acid, vitamin C, retinol and zinc to boost hydration from within, but what really sets the brand apart is the fact it features collagen in a bioavailable format. Put simply, this means it has the best chance of being absorbed into your system for visible results. Either drink the powders neat or mix them into your water, smoothie or breakfast bowl. 



Jessica Ennis-Hill X Perimenopause

London 2012 Olympic champ Jessica Ennis-Hill launched her fitness platform in 2019 and is now expanding into the perimenopause category. After receiving feedback from followers whose cycles were changing as they headed into perimenopause, she decided to launch an app that helped educate and inform. This is done through workouts, tips on adapting training routines to different phases of life, menstrual cycle tracking, and expert and industry advice on navigating the perimenopause. With a focus on mental and physical health, it will equip you with the tools so you can be properly in tune yourself – both internally and externally. At just £5.99 a month, it’s accessible too.



Elements by Retrofit

Elements is tucked away on Kensington High Street, but it’s a vast space to work out in. You’ll find 13  reformer machines, ten aerial yoga hammocks and 18 spaces for both yoga and Pilates classes, all of which start from £27. Led by Elements by Retrofit’s team of pro instructors, the workouts are thorough, intense and designed to transform your body. There’s also the chance to opt into guided meditation, featuring crystal and sound healing bowls. If you’re after a more tailored approach, don’t miss the one-to-one personal training. You can enjoy a bespoke plan in a large, uninterrupted space, while benefiting from best-in-class equipment. 




Founder Viola Bloch left a career in media to start Mahoni after feeling inspired by the healing properties of manuka honey. On discovering its antibacterial properties, she set out to create a range of natural, gentle products that remedy everything from acne to cold sores, eczema and sore throats. A standout for us is the Skin Remedy, which is designed for use on blemishes, but can also be applied to other areas of skin – like the lips – to seal in moisture. Backed by research and using only the most concentrated antioxidants, you can expect the very best from this small but perfectly formed range. Look out for the brand in Selfridges.

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Prodigy Bars

Chocolate and biscuit brand Prodigy has launched new bars that pay homage to the classics – only with half the sugar. Vegan and gluten-free, its chunky chocolate bars contain 30% of a consumer’s daily recommended intake of fibre, while added prebiotic benefits reflect the number of antioxidants. There are no artificial sweeteners, colourings or GMOs in there either – in other words, think of these as a tasty treat you can feel good about. New chocolate bar flavours include peanut and caramel.



Psycle Victoria

Psycle fans should look out for its latest location at Eccleston Place in Victoria – also known as The Ice Factory. Spanning five floors, the building has recently been renovated, with Psycle set to occupy the lower ground floor. Expect all of its classic classes including Ride, Barre and Yoga options – all perfect for strengthening and sculpting. 



Agent Nateur Holi [Radiance]

Using the brand’s signature OptiMSM – an antioxidant that boosts keratin and collagen levels – Agent Nateur’s new supplement has been years in the making. Designed to strengthen nails, hair, skin and even joints, it takes a 360° approach, working from the inside out for visible results over time. The formula has been created by Agent Nateur founder, Jena Covello who collaborated with Dr. Will Cole to merge cosmetics and nutrition in a supplement that’s unlike anything else on the market. You’ll find phytoceramides in there, which are proven to boost ceramide levels for plumper, smoother and more hydrated skin. Consistency is key – so make sure you take this daily, adding a scoop into a full glass of water or smoothie for best results.



Clae Malone Lite X Vuori

In the market for some new footwear? Southern California-based Clae has announced a collaboration with apparel brand Vuori. These limited-edition, unisex shoes are all about comfort with an eco-conscious approach – every shoe is made from 100% recycled polyester and the packaging is carefully designed to minimise waste. Expect classic styles with a modern, elevated aesthetic that don’t compromise on athletic comfort. Be quick though – the shoes are already selling fast on both Vuori’s and Clae’s websites. 



MAD Lagree

MAD Lagree is huge in the US, and now it’s launching its first UK studio on the King’s Road. Fans swear by its full-body workouts that yield instant results – think lots of slow, controlled movements with a constant tension caused by multiple machines. The exercises are designed to engage multiple muscle groups while simultaneously delivering better muscular endurance, strength and tone. What sets MAD Lagree apart is its expertise in creating lean, elongated muscles without bulk – it’s also known for keeping its workouts as low impact as possible to prevent excessive strain on your joints. There’s a special welcome offer to be had too – pay £60 and book in for three classes. Otherwise, it’s £35 for drop-in sessions.


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