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Three people using rowing machines inside a fitness facility.
By Craig Cox
New guidelines by the American College of Sports Medicine recommend exercise as a strategy to avoid a severe case of the virus.
An illustration of two hands spaced apart, reaching out for one another.
By Molly Schelper
9 tips to comfort loved ones who are feeling anxious about the coronavirus.
A trainer talking to a client while on a treadmill inside of a fitness facility.
By Paul Kriegler, RD, CPT
Learn why practicing fitness can lead to an improved metabolism.
An illustration of a depressed person sitting inside the whole of a donut.
By Michael Dregni
Consuming sugar can lead to body-wide inflammation, microbiome disruption, insulin resistance, and more.
A close up of a woman's face who has a large amount of freckles.
By Anika Christ, RD, CPT
Some of our daily habits may be doing more harm than good when it comes to how we age. Discover some basic lifestyle shifts that can slow the effects of this natural process.
An illustration of a heart in the middle of a stethoscope.
By Paul Kriegler, RD, CPT
It’s time to cut through the confusion about this common health metric.
An illustration of a kayak floating in heart shaped waves in the water.
By Experience Life Staff
No-cook summer meals, escapist reads, outdoor fitness — plus so many more ways to make the most of summer!
Illustration of a barbell with a heart above it.
By Michael Dregni
Greater muscle mass is associated with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease, according to a recent study.
A woman on an exercise machine in a fitness facility wearing a mask, talking to someone nearby also wearing a mask.
By The Life Time Training Team
The Life Time Training team offers insights, tips, and reminders to help you adjust to mask-wearing during exercise.
The powdered form of curcumin.
By The Life Time Training Team
This medicinal botanical is one of the oldest, most-studied, and safest on the planet.
The backside of the upper body of a woman, showing her lifting two dumbbells.
By Paul Kriegler, RD, CPT
Discover the impact strength training can have on your weight-loss efforts — plus how it can benefit other areas of your health.
A person cleaning dumbbells in a fitness facility.
By Life Time Editorial Team
The global leader in the health and fitness industry shares the latest findings about the risk of COVID-19 transmission in fitness centers.
Raw cuts of steak with a sprig of rosemary.
By Paul Kriegler, RD, CPT
For those who choose to eat meat, it offers a variety of nutritious benefits that support health and fitness.
Illustration of a person standing up at a stand-up desk.
By The Life Time Training Team
You’ve likely heard sitting is the new smoking, but do you know just how problematic it can be? Learn why you may want to embrace standing desks, walking meetings, and other forms of fitting in movement throughout the day.
Illustration of three rows of glasses with liquid, a straw, and lemon wheel garnish.
By Henry Emmons, MD
When the temperature rises, serotonin levels may fall, along with your mood. Turn down the heat with these Ayurveda-inspired tips.
Illustration of a bone, pill, and leafy green.
By Mo Perry
We often forget about our skeletons, but they are essential to multiple aspects of our health.
An illustration of a scale balancing a male gender symbol and a female gender symbol.
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
This group of hormones can impact everything from fertility and libido to weight management and mood. Learn the role they play and how to tell if they’re off, plus seven strategies to help keep them balanced.
A woman in bed checking her alarm clock.
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Understand the many ways a rhythmic circadian cycle can impact your health — and eight lifestyle factors that can help optimize it.
A woman stretching her arms, looking off to the side.
By The Life Time Training Team
Plus, what you can to do to recover better.
Woman sitting on the ground in an entryway looking outside at her yard.
By Henry Emmons, MD
Whether you have five minutes, 20 minutes, two hours, or all day, here are some ways to get outside.
An illustration of a woman wearing a mask.
By Michael Dregni
Leading epidemiologist Michael Osterholm, PhD, MPH, outlines what we need to do to eradicate the coronavirus pandemic.
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