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High-tech fitness and wellness equipment continues to be trending in Hollywood as the new year prompts a jumpstart into healthier lifestyle habits. Check out the latest take on the star, who is also an investor in technology in some cases.
high tech gym
Santa Monica’s private training gym BDX (short for Bose/Downey X=Change), which will open in 2021, is named after elite fitness trainer CEO Brad Bose and longtime client and investor Robert Downey Jr. was named in hack.
9,000 square foot gym (xchange.fit. Synthesis is stimulated by infrared light [helping] all your cells [in] Heal yourself,” says Bose. “It’s very calming. When you start using infrared light, you can see deep sleep in our ring.”
Bose, whose clients include Jon Favreau, has partnered with stress and wellness coach Diane D’Amore. “We use cutting-edge technology to re-hack the body and brain to improve people’s functioning,” she said, adding that workouts are “specific exercises that help re-establish brain connections.” and said it can also help reduce mental blocks and performance issues, such as pain from trauma and injury.
muscle activation suit
Bose also likes the Katalyst, an FDA-cleared electrical muscle stimulation suit ($2,385, Catalyst.Fit) delivers low-frequency impulses that increase muscle contraction throughout the body, making your workout more efficient. It offers a “great alternative to weights” and accelerates contractions, making a 20-minute workout equivalent to a 2-hour workout without a suit. increase. Bradley Cooper and Dwayne Johnson’s trainer Aaron Williamson uses his Katalyst to provide his content with workouts led by professional trainers. Cindy Crawford is an investor in the company.
smart weighted vest
Cynthia Erivo is an equity partner of sportswear company Omorpho. Omorpho Smart Microweight G-Vest+ ($279-$299, omorpho.fit) debuted in November. Erivo uses a sleek vest to add resistance to workouts like training for a movie adaptation. EvilOlivia Rodrigo also uses a vest with embedded NFC (Near Field Communication) tags that sync with the app’s workout program. Thanks to wearables, “you can get the most out of your training in the least amount of time,” Erivo says.
Omorpho Smart Weighted Vest
infrared sauna blanket
Gwyneth Paltrow, Miranda Kerr, and Amy Schumer use the HigherDose Infrared Sauna Blanket ($599, highdose.com), which promises to increase circulation and promote relaxation.
High dose infrared sauna blanket
light therapy skin care
Other stars are CurrentBody’s LED red and infrared light therapy devices ($249 to $380, currentbody.com) targets the face, neck, décolletage and eye area to combat puffiness and fine lines, improve elasticity while keeping skin glowing. Letitia Wright used an eye mask for three minutes while she was preparing her presentation at the Golden Globe Awards. Naomi Watts used CurrentBody’s Neck and Dec Perfector LED red and infrared therapy devices.
CurrentBody Skin LED Neck and Dec Perfector
Le Mieux Ionized Oxygen Implanter ($135, lemieuxskincare.com When artofskincare.com) is similar to an oxygen facial in a spa and is a favorite of Paris Hilton and Jane Lynch. His pen-shaped, USB-rechargeable tool infuses an elixir of hyaluronic acid and diamond powder that hydrates the skin.
Le Mieux Ionized Oxygen Injector
Multitasking facial massager
Therabody’s TheraFace Pro ($399, serabody.com) is a percussion therapy device that offers eight modes, including massage, to relax points of tension. Also included are skin toning microcurrents, cleansing tools, and red and blue light therapy settings. Fans include her Becca Tobin, who has posted on social media.
Therabody Theraface Pro
Therabody’s SmartGoggles ($199, serabody.com) features Sleep, Focus and Smart Relax programs that combine heat, vibration, massage and biometric sensors to help lower your heart rate and reduce anxiety. The device has sold out four times since its launch in September. Winnie Harlow posted about putting her on her plane while she was on vacation.
Therabody smart goggles
mind reset screen
Presence Digital Monitor for Mental Fitness ($200, Discoverpresence.co) displays a stream of over 3,000 uplifting quotes and affirmations (you can choose your topic in the app) designed to create positive thought patterns. “Presence is a constant reminder to adopt a positive mindset, which is essential to well-being,” says Tinder co-founder and investor Sean Rad.
presence digital monitor
Below, find more of our favorite tech wellness products to upgrade your self-care routine. — Additional report by Daniel Dict-Meston
Unlock your metabolism with Lumen’s portable device that measures the amount of carbon dioxide in your breath in just minutes. The company’s smartphone app (available for iOS and Android) tells you if you’re burning fat or carbs. And get custom guidance on how to reach your fitness and wellness goals, whether it’s weight loss, muscle building or boosting. your energy.
Devices are free when you subscribe to Lumen’s 6 or 12 month “track” ($249 to $499 for a limited time). The program helps you train your metabolism by suggesting the best meals and times, and also recommends the best workouts. The app also tracks activity and sleep.
Lyma’s powerful at-home laser device is touted for results in as little as 12 weeks, and uses near-infrared laser light that is more than 100 times more fragmented according to the brand, allowing the skin to break down from the dermal substratum. Designed to help you regenerate, recharge and repair. More effective than standard LEDs. The clinical-grade gadget features the same technology that medical professionals and physical therapists use to treat torn tendons and cartilage.
The deeply penetrating light triggers existing cells to “produce more protein to fight free radicals” (thereby boosting the production of collagen and elastin) and the underlying muscle tissue and fat. Naomi Watts and Gwyneth Paltrow (who called it “hype-worthy”) are fans of the device, while Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Lopez and Hailey Baldwin have also used Lyma lasers. It is said that
Lima Laser Starter Kit
A version of this story first appeared in the January 18th issue of The Hollywood Reporter Magazine.Click here to subscribe.