skip to Main Content

Latest Stories

A woman in a fitness facility working out on a resistance machine.
By Molly Schelper
Overcoming blockers to — and guilt around — self-care can be challenging, especially for women. But making time to care for yourself is vital for your health and well-being — and for your family, too.
illustration woman with shield
By Michael Dregni
Lifestyle factors — like exercise and nutrition — can boost your immunity and help tackle COVID-19.
A woman lying down getting her upper back massaged.
By Catherine Guthrie
Massage is a powerful tool for improved well-being — from easing pain and inflammation to soothing stress and anxiety. Discover some of its most promising health-enhancing benefits.
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.
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.
The legs and feet of someone walking outside.
By Molly Tynjala
A short daily walk may improve your slumber, according to a recent study.
Illustration of moons.
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
An imbalance in hormones can be to blame for weight gain and other unwanted symptoms — and learning to balance them is often people's secret to success.
Woman sleeping at a desk.
By Laine Bergeson Becco
Poor sleep disrupts metabolic systems and can trigger these three conditions.
Assortment of supplements and foods to boost immunity.

Get advice from Tom Nikkola, vice president of nutrition and virtual training at Life Time, about the eating and lifestyle choices that can compromise immunity, as well as how we can optimize our nutrition to help build this system. Plus, he shares some bonus tips for exercise and sleep.

Illustration of person sleeping with food floating.
By Laine Bergeson Becco
When it comes to metabolic health, sleep plays an unexpectedly powerful role. At the same time, our food choices also have a big impact on how we sleep — or don’t.
Woman outside looking at notebook.
By Heidi Wachter
Navigating change and building resiliency starts with healthy habits.
Bedroom with a bed, nightstand and alarm clock.

Having trouble falling or staying asleep? Henry Emmons, MD, discusses the importance of sleep for our immune systems, fighting off infections and our mental health — and offers tips for getting more sleep during this stressful time.

A woman sleeping in bed.
By The Life Time Training Team
Sleep debt can cause catastrophic effects on your body and mind. Here's what happens when when you miss out on sleep — plus how to get more of it.
Woman with hand on her face.
By Anika Christ, RD, CPT
Our bodies are pretty good at letting us know know when something is off. See if one of these signs might be indicating that it's time to detox.
A woman sitting and stretching toward her feet.
By Molly Schelper
Tips for improving your nutrition, fitness, and lifestyle habits in times of challenge.
Woman in a sitting yoga pose
By Courtney Lewis Opdahl
Try to unwind with these calming yoga moves.
outside in the grass and looking slightly off to the side.
By Mo Perry
Simple strategies to help keep the doctor away.
A man sleeping in a bed.

While many aspects of our health are interconnected, two in particular play a major role in how we feel and function: sleep and stress. In this episode, integrative psychiatrist Henry Emmons, MD shares why they’re essential and offers tips for managing both.

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 woman sleeps in bed.
By Molly Schelper and Jill Patton
Find ways to wind down from the day and optimize your nights in Part Three of our three-part series.
Back To Top