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A woman lifting weights at home.
By The Life Time Training Team
Learn which training approach is right for you.
a woman using a row machine
By Danny King
Don’t walk by these machines the next time you’re at the health club — hop on.
group training participants do a squat while holding a kettlebell
By Lindsay Ogden, CPT
No matter what your personal goals are.
hands holding weights
By Lauren Bedosky
Here are six ways to enhance your grip strength for improved joint health, athletic performance, and longevity.
close up of hands on a bicycle
By Andrew Heffernan
Get your speed fix with these high-intensity bike intervals.
a woman hold the hollow hold
By Andrew Heffernan
These five moves could be the key to more speed, endurance, and resilience on the bike, in the water, and on the road.
a woman holds cat pose
By Maggie Fazeli Fard
This two-part flow warms and unwinds the body, stretches the core, and mobilizes the entire spine.
hands holding onto the top of a boulder
By Lauren Bedosky
Train your grip strength for joint health, athletic performance — and your own longevity.
a woman holding warrior 2
By Andrew Heffernan
Why stretching goes beyond just muscles.
Woman doing a lunge with arms at heart center.
By The Life Time Training Team
Continue your fitness efforts with week three of our three-week workout plan.
two people hold extended child's pose
By Andrew Heffernan
Building flexibility doesn't have to be complicated.
a woman performs up dog during a pool side yoga class
By The Life Time Training Team
Continue your fitness efforts with week two of our three-week workout plan.
a woman performs cat pose
By Andrew Heffernan
This new form of stretching can help close the gap between your passive and active range of motion.
a man holds tree pose
By Andrew Heffernan
If you're looking to take your joints and muscles through their full range of motion, try dynamic stretching.
Samantha McKinney

Metabolism is more complex than simply being “fast” or “slow” or controlled by exercise. There are many things we can do in our daily lives to optimize it. Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT, shares how to build the foundation for a healthy metabolism, as well as ways to dig deeper if you’re not seeing results or feeling your best.

close up of leg running up stairs
By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Here are four moves to stretch and strengthen your lower legs to avoid pain, stiffness, and cramping.
a group fitness class outside
By The Life Time Training Team
Start your fitness efforts with week one of our three-week workout plan.
a man juggles a soccer ball on a beach
By Jennifer Blake
Symmetry is often perceived as the holy grail of fitness. But for many activities, powerful asymmetric moves are essential. Here's how to find the right balance.
A man adding weight to a machine at a Life Time club.
By Danny King
A trainer’s advice for when it's best to increase the load of your strength-training sessions so you can continue to see results.
a woman holds a side lunge
By Andrew Heffernan
The health benefits of static stretching depend on when you do it.
Lindsay Ogden

Results are a lagging indicator of our habits. Lindsay Ogden, CPT, nutrition coach, walks us through her four-step process — what she calls the IPTR method — for developing lasting health habits, so you have the know-how and a tactical plan to go after your goals.

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