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An illustration of macro-containing foods, including bread, fish, and a protein shake.
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Protein, fat, and carbs are three main components of any diet. Learn how the balance of them can influence your health and weight-loss goals.
Nancy Mora lifting a barbell inside a Life Time club.
By Life Time Editorial Team
For the past two years, Life Time member Nancy Mora has been working toward improved nutrition and fitness habits. She says it’s those efforts that helped her fully recover from COVID-19.
illustration of a person stretching their quadriceps
By Nicole Radziszewski
Reviving an exercise routine can be frustrating and intimidating. Take it slow and easy by following these steps.
A woman smiling, walking outside with four letter M's over the image.
By Lindsay Ogden
Looking to make lasting health changes? Take these four factors into account for meaningful, sustainable progress.
A compiled image of Coach Anika and a plate of healthy food, including chicken breast and veggies.
By Anika Christ, RD, CPT
In this webinar, Coach Anika walks through five areas to focus on for weight-loss progress post-2020.
a close up of a man cutting a lime, onions and tomato
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
For this Life Time member, the key to making long-term, healthier nutrition choices was using a focused plan as the catalyst.
A close up of strawberry ice cream.
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Plus, what to reach for instead.
A compilation of three images, including a person on a treadmill, a barbell, and a plate of salmon, broccoli and rice.
By Anika Christ, RD, CPT
Advice from Life Time members who used the 60day Challenge to make positive progress to their health in a challenging year.
the number 10 with healthy lifestyle items inside the numbers
By Paul Kriegler, RD, CPT
To gain a true picture of your health status, monitor these 10 assessments consistently over time.
illustration of a man looking at his phone with light bouncing back into his face
By Michael Dregni
We all do it, especially in these trying times. Here are four tips to stop doomscrolling — and improve your mental health.
illustration of a man with sugar laden foods circling about his head
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
A realistic guide to spotting hidden sugars and lessening the consumption in your diet.
headshot of Dan Buetter of the Blue Zones
By Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl
Looking for the secrets to a longer and happier life? Read this.
A person wearing a face mask on an exercise machine in a fitness club.
By Michael Dregni
Aerobic fitness plays a key role in coronavirus defense and lower risk of hospitalization, according to recent research.
A young female Life Time member running a race outside.
By Life Time Editorial Team
Meet four members whose memberships help keep them physically, mentally, and emotionally strong.
A woman exercising on a treadmill in a fitness facility.
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
The World Health Organization recently released updated recommendations for weekly exercise. Here’s what they suggest — and what it could look like as a fitness routine for you.
a water bottle filled with lemons, limes, ginger, cucumbers and greens
By Robyn Youkilis
This flavored water combines natural diuretics and detoxifying ingredients in one delicious glass, providing a great way to beat the bloat.
A woman smiling holding a tennis racquet on a tennis court.
By Nancy Brenden
Discover some of the surprising ways this all-ages racquet sport can boost your body and mind.
Larry Prablek pushing weights at Life Time.
By Life Time
"Without your health, you have nothing."
an illustration of healthy foods, weights and metal water bottles
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Going after a weight-loss goal this New Year or looking to establish healthier habits post-holiday? Try these five tried and tested strategies.
Two women doing squats outside.
By Paul Kriegler, RD, CPT
A Life Time master trainer and registered dietitian on why the state of our health deserves more attention. Plus, four ways we can make strides in a healthier direction while respecting the safety guidelines.
A woman looking in a mirror.
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Trainer secrets for setting yourself up to make it happen.
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