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By Life Time Editorial Team
With election day 2020 officially behind us, take some time to prioritize you in the days ahead.
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By Paul Kriegler, RD, CPT
Consider these seven steps for making health progress this season.
An illustration of a woman lying on a bed with a cloud of jumbled thoughts coming out of her head.
By Alexandra Smith, MA, LPCC
These strategies can help you break free from the spiral of negative thoughts.
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By David Richo, PhD
Feeling discounted, vulnerable, and self-conscious are just three common categories of emotional triggers.
Headshot of Chrissy King.

After first joining a gym to “get skinny,” Chrissy King, now a fitness coach, found a new sense of strength and power from exercise, which also challenged and changed her self-narrative. She speaks to us about her passions: fitness and strength training, body liberation, redefining what healthy means for you, and welcoming all people into the health and fitness space.

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By Heidi Wachter
Research indicates that feeling awe can help us overcome political polarization and connect more thoughtfully to others.
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By David Richo, PhD
A psychotherapist offers actionable advice for handling our trigger reactions.
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By Emily Ewen
Discover the dos and don’ts of dry brushing for skin health, plus get tips for doing it at home.
Rendering of the outside of Life Time Living in Coral Gables, Florida.
By Life Time Editorial Team
Personal and communal well-being take priority in this first-of-its-kind residential development in southern Florida. Get a sneak peek!
An illustration of water, a basketball, kettlebell, mask, book, and a parent and child.
By Lindsey Frey Palmquist
In need of a little inspiration for ways to keep your family entertained and engaged? Check out this mix of at-home and in-club fun everyone will enjoy.
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Transformations — no matter how big or small — are hard. Life Time member Becca Rigg shares the game-changers that helped her overcome obstacles and become healthy, happy, and fit for the long run.

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By Michael Dregni
Feeling anxious? Angry? Hostile? Depressed? There may be an exercise to help with that.
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.
An illustration of two different people's hands holding a heart together.
By Elizabeth Millard
How being good to others can be good for you.
An illustration of a quiz with different size hearts as response options circled.
By Elizabeth Millard
Take our quiz to find out!
Exterior of a Life Time fitness club.
By Life Time Editorial Team
A look at where we’ve been and where we’re going as a leader in the healthy-living space.
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By Michael Dregni
Lifestyle factors — like exercise and nutrition — can boost your immunity and help tackle COVID-19.
Illustrations of a leaf, pumpkin, honey, apple, and moisturizer.
By Lindsey Frey Palmquist
Prevent the onset of dry skin and hair, discover a new use for pumpkin purée, take color inspiration from nature, and more with these tips.
A close up of a woman's face marking where her brow starts, arches, and ends.
By Emily Ewen
Defining your natural eyebrow shape can help frame your face and bring out your eyes.
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By Lindsey Frey Palmquist
Even though schedules may look a little different this fall, taking time to regroup, practice self-care, and prepare for the season is still essential — and perhaps even more so.
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By Katherine Reynolds Lewis
Posting about your life on social media is now considered the norm — but there is some information that is best kept offline. Check out these tips on online etiquette.
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