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The age-old adage says it takes 21 days to make a habit — so perhaps a monthly subscription is a failsafe way to ensure you’ll get to day 30.
Thankfully, you no longer need to be an A-lister or a member of some jet-setting elite clique to have access to chef-designed healthy meals, sleek activewear or boutique fitness classes around the world.
With the billion-dollar wellness industry booming, virtually every category from workout wear to supplements has been disrupted by convenient, innovative direct-to-consumer offerings.
Here’s how to make your health-focused 2020 resolution seem like a piece of cake:
Shop: Fabletics New VIP Member Two Leggings Offer, $24
Co-founded by actress Kate Hudson in 2013, Fabletics is a member-based online store for men and women’s athleisurewear. The Fabletics model encourages customers to join as VIP members. The first outfit is highly discounted to approximately $24 for two pairs of high-quality leggings, saving shoppers up to $65.90 on their introductory order. You will then be eligible to purchase an entire gym outfit (top, bottom and/or sports bra) for $49 each month, which will be shipped directly to your doorstep.
Shop: ClassPass One Month Free Trial, $0
Access to over 30,000 boutique fitness studios, gyms and spas around the world? It might sound too good to be true, but thanks to the ground-breaking ClassPass app, it has become a possibility. With membership plans starting at $19 a month, wellness fans can book classes or treatments without worrying about having to commit in the long run. ClassPass is currently offering a trial month, with the option to try out nine different classes for free.
Shop: Factor 75 Meal Plans, from $40
The idea of having a nutritionist and chef team up to create meals that will be delivered right to your door is no longer only the domain of celebrities. Factor 75 takes the hassle out of preparing healthy meals to suit lifestyle diets, including Keto and Paleo. Fresh, quality ingredients are at the forefront and every dish is gluten-free, soy-free, non-GMO and contains zero hormones, antibiotics or refined sugars.
Shop: Gainful Personalized Protein Powder, $45
Protein powder is readily available, even in the aisles of most grocery stores these days. But Gainful goes one step further, offering blends customized down to the last ingredient. Take an online quiz to determine a protein powder tailored specifically to your body type and fitness goals, which Gainful will then ship to you with your name emblazoned on the pouch. If you have any queries about weight loss or nutrition, a registered dietitian is also available to chat with you.
Shop: Baze Personalized Vitamins, from $99
How many supplements do you really need? Baze is here to help you find out. New members will complete an online questionnaire about their lifestyle and then receive an MIT-developed device that collects a small blood sample, used by a lab partner to determine nutrient levels. A registered dietitian then reviews every order and recommends vitamins specifically targeted to address deficiencies and health goals. This curated supplement program will then be conveniently shipped to your door in daily packs.
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