Vitality Magazine goes digital! Explore our new winter issue
Instead of an annual publication, Vitality’s fully digital magazine will be coming to a screen near you four times a year – find out more about our first issue
We’re delighted to reveal that Vitality Magazine has launched a brand-new quarterly publication... and it’s digital.
Our winter 2024 issue is now available for readers to consume on their laptop, tablet and mobile. All content is fully shareable, and with exclusive video, audio and interactive features to boot.
Vitality’s beloved mascot, Stanley the dachshund, is our debut cover star for this new digital experience, and he’s making plenty of appearances throughout.
To give him the attention he deserves, we are bringing never-before-seen footage behind the scenes of our ad campaign, where he stole the hearts of the film crew.
While Stanley might have taken centre stage, there’s still plenty of input from our human Ambassadors to enjoy in this edition.
Celtic FC’s number one, Joe Hart, lifts the lid on how he copes with the pressures of top-flight football; plus, former England rugby star Maggie Alphonsi gets personal with the things that keep her motivated to achieve her goals.
To see a member favourite in the recipe pages – scroll to page five, or you can be inspired by our members in the My Vitality section on page 16. There’s plenty more to discover in this issue, but we don’t expect you to read it all in one go.
Bookmark this magazine and come back to it whenever and wherever you feel like reading – even on the move while getting some steps in.
One other thing to mention, as we’re going quarterly, we’ll see you very soon for the next edition coming April. But in the meantime, visit vitalitymagazine.co.uk/winter/2024 to get your content fix.
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