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Blender, nut butter, blueberries and spinach laid out on a counter.
By Molly Schelper
Looking for a convenient way to get a balance of nutrients into your diet? Try these body-fueling shake recipes from three healthy-living experts.
Woman working in a garden.
By Nicole Radziszewski
Here are some ideas to help you and your loved ones stay fit and have fun while social distancing.
A compilation of five different images of people doing cardio fitness activities.
By Paul Kriegler, RD, CPT
Don't just "do cardio." Transform your conditioning program and optimize its effectiveness with these tips.
Man strength training with kettlebell.
By The Life Time Training Team
Strength training benefits all ages and fitness abilities. Here's why I consider it the most important type of exercise.
Woman doing an at home workout.

Danny King, personal trainer and national manager of team development at Life Time, offers advice for maximizing your at-home workouts — no matter your starting point.

Four people doing moving meditations outside,
By Matthew Sanford
Three stretches to help you increase your body awareness.
A fit man running outside.
By Matthew Sanford
Here’s how to turn running into an integrated mind–body exercise.
Woman with a barbell behind her back.
By The Life Time Training Team
Blood flow restriction training isn't just for serious athletes. This style can benefit older adults, those rehabbing injuries, or individuals looking to reap new benefits from their fitness routine.
Woman on elliptical who looks ill.
By Paul Kriegler, RD, CPT
If you're not feeling well or are fighting off an illness, you may need to temporarily shift your exercise plan.
Man running outside in a beautiful landscape.
By Sarah Tuff Dunn
Trail running offers a unique blend of mental and physical training. These expert tips can help you stay injury-free and enjoy fitness gains.
Woman in a sitting yoga pose
By Courtney Lewis Opdahl
Try to unwind with these calming yoga moves.
Woman stretching in a fitness space.
By The Life Time Training Team
Discomfort can be an inevitable result of training sessions. Learn why it happens and what you can do to minimize it.
Man doing an active metabolic assessment.
By The Life Time Training Team
Use thisguide to determine your anaerobic threshold and learn how to train in your heart-rate zones.
Woman stretching at home
By Maggie Fazeli Fard
The dos and don’ts of exercising while you — or others — are sick.
Woman strength training
By The Life Time Training Team
Muscle plays an important role in many areas of your health. Learn the reasons why we consider strength training to be a non-negotiable part of any fitness regimen.
Woman doing a bodyweight squat.
By Anika Christ, RD, CPT
Think you're too busy to exercise? Try these five strategies to make it a regular part of your days.
A woman on a yoga mat doing a crunch.
By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Connect with your core to protect your neck and lower back.
Woman tying tennis shoes.

Maggie Fazeli Fard, fitness coach and senior fitness editor at Experience Life, discusses moving for your unique body and motivations, the importance of mechanics and consistency, the components of a well-rounded exercise routine, and why fitness is about so much more than aesthetics.

Cycle bikes in a fitness studio
By Emily Ewen
A little guidance from a cycle expert can help you feel more comfortable and confident in the studio at Life Time.
a group of people practice Pilates
By Jennifer Blake
Use Pilates to help you tap into your “powerhouse” and transform your midline stability.
A woman doing a bench press with dumbbells.
By Molly Schelper
If the circumstances of this year have put a renewed spotlight on your health and motivated you to exercise more, eat better, lose weight, or focus on another area, taking part in a challenge may help drive you to success.
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