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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 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.
Two people exercising in fitness studio.
By Molly Schelper
Make the most of your next group fitness experience — and enjoy the power of the class dynamic — with these tips.
Woman in gym smiling
By Molly Schelper
Get inspired by these step-by-step suggestions for making positive changes to your health and well-being.
A man laying stretched out on the floor.
By Experience Life Staff
Can a single workout help our memory?
Woman high fiving someone
By Lindsey Frey Palmquist
Hear from a few of our Life Time experts about what they’re committed to improve, try for the first time, or learn in 2020 — and get inspired to set and achieve your own goals.
A woman resting while sitting on a yoga mat in a fitness facility.
By Jon Spayde
Knowing your strengths and your limitations is key, says our fitness editor.
The inside of a sauna
By Jill Patton
The sauna and steam room offer a variety of health and fitness benefits. Learn how to use them to your advantage with these tips.
A group fitness class
By Molly Schelper
Whether you’re embarking on a new fitness journey or building onto your routine, there’s a Life Time class (or two!) that can enhance your workout regimen and move you closer to your goals.
A woman smiles at the gym.
By Emily Ewen
Learn more about this popular, goal-oriented program in our Q&A with a veteran 60day trainer.
A woman runs outside.
By Life Time and HOKA ONE ONE
Rebekah Mayer, who oversees 80 Life Time Run locations, on what running means to her.
A woman does yoga.
By Emily Ewen
A little guidance to help you feel at home in the studio and make the most of your yoga experience at Life Time.
A person sits cross-legged with a bowl of healthy cereal and fruit.
By Molly Schelper and Jill Patton
Gather inspiration for crafting a morning routine in Part One of this three-part series.
Two people run on a treadmill.
By Jill Patton
Maximize — and enjoy — your time at the club with these strategies.
A man with a swimming cap and goggles swimming in open water.
By Sarah Tuff Dunn
Strength, sighting, and a willingness to face your fear can set you up for success in open-water swimming. Here are some drills and tips.
Woman in fitness clothing tying her shoe.
By Andrew Heffernan
The key to getting stronger, faster, or fitter is giving yourself time to recover properly between workouts. Learn how to leverage your rest days to reach your fitness goals.
a man and woman foam roll
By Andrew Heffernan
Here are tools to use at the end of a workout, after an athletic event, or whenever you need to de-stress.
Illustration of running gear, including a water bottle and tennis shoe.
By Rebekah Mayer
Try this “beginner’s running recipe” from Life Time Run to get yourself race-ready.
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