Get the latest content and program updates via The Insider from Life Time.
How to Stay Fit At Any Age
This functional, all-ages workout builds strength, balance, agility, and confidence.
A Guide to Exercise at Every Age
Your body evolves as you age — and your workout program should, too. Here's a guide to staying active through the decades.
16 Ways to Move More
Resist the call of the couch! For our basic well-being, we need to get moving.
Lessons on Aging From a Record-Setting 105-Year-Old French Bicyclist
Robert Marchand, who recently set a new record for centenarians, appears to be getting fitter as he ages.
5 Things You Can Do to Prevent Arrhythmias
Expert tips to improve your heart health and reduce your risk of arrhythmias.
How the Ancient Practice of Tai Chi Enhances Your Health
Whether recovering from an injury or making a first foray into fitness, folks of all ages have found that tai chi delivers dramatic results for body, mind and spirit.
High-Intensity Intervals Change How Muscle Cells Manage Calcium
New study explains why short, intensive bursts of exercise are as effective than long workouts — and why antioxidants can undermine endurance training.
How to Exercise After a Heart Attack
A few tips to help you safely get your blood pumping again after a cardiac event.
Forever Fit: How to Exercise at Any Age
Getting older doesn’t have to mean retiring from your favorite activities and sports. Here’s your guide for staying fit for life.
Strength Training for All Ages
Boost your balance, power, and coordination — at any age — with this full-body strength-training workout.
Inside Olga Kotelko’s Brain
New research offers the first glimpse at the effects of regular physical activity on a nonagenarian’s brain.
The Forever Athlete
What 95-year-old track star Olga Kotelko can teach us about living and aging well.
How Exercise Keeps the Skin Young
New research shows that exercise cannot only prevent, but also reverse, signs of aging in the skin.
Bill Does Yoga
Want to be fit and flexible at all stages of your life? Practice yoga.
Exercise and the Aging Brain
New research shows the importance of physical activity for brain health.
Body-Weight Training for Beginners
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.
Jog Your Memory, or Walk It
A new study show that physical exercise increases memory.
Fitter Than You: Seven 50-plus Athletes Who Can Kick Your Butt
The passing of a few measly decades needn’t bring one’s fitness pursuits to an untimely end. Indeed, for these three athletes, getting older means getting better.
How to Exercise With Knee and Hip Pain
Pain in your hips or knee joints may cause you to shy away from exercise, but there are ways to work around (or through) the condition - without sacrificing your fitness.
Masters of the Universe
Wine and cheese aren't the only things that get better with age. Thanks to masters divisions in many sports, older athletes are finding fun new ways to get fit.