LIFE360 Issue Four: Squash superyachts, scents and sleep

Here's what to expect from Issue Four of our lifestyle magazine LIFE360, out on May 26.

Sport360 staff
by Sport360 staff
23rd May 2016

article:23rd May 2016

LIFE360 is a luxury lifestyle glossy, with a strong sporting emphasis. A magazine that combines in-depth features with sport, fashion, travel, beauty, culture, health, shopping and car reviews for the high-end market.

Covering life after sport – what we want to buy, wear, eat, read and do as well as more serious issues that touch the world of sport and beyond – LIFE360 is aimed at both men and women with content that is relevant and interesting to both. A kind of Intelligent Life with a strong sporting flavour…

Issue Four cover a range of topics from squash to what your drinking water says about you and why Montenegro is the latest haven for the world’s yacht owners.

Pick up your copy of LIFE360 with Sport360 or read the magazine online HERE.

SQUASH ROYALTY: Exclusive interview with squash legend Nicol David, the longest-reigning world No 1 who lorded over the sport for nine years before she was dethroned last year. She’s in Dubai at the PSA World Series Finals and is plotting her return to the top of squash.

SCENT OF SUCCESS:  We’ve all fallen in love with a perfume and wanted to be that smell. This is a piece on the noses themselves, the most popular smells and why they effect us. Also a round-up of the new scents for the summer…

WATER, WATER, EVERYWHERE: Are you better off with local bottled or imported? What is the purest water there is? Should you have bubbles? Interview with MonViso.

GREEN AND PLEASANT LAND: Where to go, stay and eat during the English sporting season season: Ascot, Henley, Wimbledon, The Derby and Glorious Goodwood

THE MAGIC OF MONTENEGRO: The most up-and-coming haven for billionaires and their super yachts, Porto Montenegro recently completed the construction of a superyacht berth measuring 250m in length – the longest in the world. Interviews with the ambassador to the UAE and more.

HOW DEEP IS YOUR… SLEEP? Are you getting enough sleep? No, thought not, and neither is approximately a third of the population. Sleep deprivation is one of the most pernicious problems in the modern world. Carla McKay investigates what we can do about it.


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