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A woman doing a squat.
By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Build essential strength with this powerhouse move.
A pair of gymnastic rings.
By Jennifer Blake
Ring exercises build upper-body strength while also activating and strengthening your core muscles.
Woman exercising on a yoga mat, reaching her hand up toward the ceiling.
By Nicole Radziszewski
Get stronger and smarter with this functional routine that improves balance, coordination, power, and mental acuity.
a woman with goggles and a swim cap sits on the edge of a pool
By Lauren Bedosky
The first step to breathing better in the water? Breathing better out of the water.
A man underwater with goggles and a swim cap swimming laps in a pool.
By Heidi Kelchner
Whether you run, cycle, or lift weights, here are some good reasons to make swimming part of your cross-training repertoire.
One man and two women who are wearing masks doing yoga poses inside a yoga class.
By Kelle Walsh
Want to take your game to the next level? Try these six yoga poses, customized to help with running, strength training, basketball, cycling, tennis, and swimming.
a group of 4 people walk on a nature trail
By Maggie Fazeli Fard
When it comes to walking, many of us have fallen into bad habits. But, by “relearning” to walk, we can improve our bodies and our minds.
Woman doing a pushup on stairs outside.
By Lauren Bedosky
Do you know how to time your cardio versus strength workouts? Here’s what our expert recommends.
A group of people in a fitness class doing squats with dumbbells.
By Chrissy Zmijewski
Are small, pulsing exercises or large, deep movements better for my muscles?
A Life Time personal trainer working on an iPad with a client.
By Eric Butterman
We asked some top PTs what they wish more of their clients would do in the name of great fitness outcomes. Here’s what they said.
person riding a bike on a country road
By Kara Douglass Thom
Road riding is a great outdoor fitness activity. But it requires some cycling savvy – and some basic safety smarts.
a man performs the butterfly stroke in a pool
By Kara Douglass Thom
Increasing your stroke cycle can make you speedy. But lengthening your stroke may be the most important key to competitive success.
An illustration of a woman doing a Bulgarian split squat.
By Jennifer Blake
Sprint faster. Jump higher. Prevent injury. Avoid back pain. With a strong set of glutes behind you, you can do it all.
Woman doing a bicep curl.
By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Instead of biceps curls, rows or pull-ups might be the way to go.
Illustration of a woman doing a lunge with high guard.
By Yael Grauer
Here’s how to build the strength and mobility you need — while warding off injuries that could put a crimp in your golf game.
underwater image of person marching
By Yael Grauer
Exercise in a swimming pool and use the water’s resistance to build strength and power — or its buoyancy to recover from injury.
A man resting from running outside while listening to music.
By Experience Life Staff
Researchers explain why listening to music can help us work out longer and harder.
a woman performs a golfer's pick-up
By Yael Grauer
New to the fitness scene, or a stranger to the gym for a while now? Try this body-weight circuit workout, and prepare to build strength, confidence and coordination — fast.
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