skip to Main Content

LATEST STORIES

a woman performs a hip thrust using a bench

The 8-Week Glute-and-Hamstring Workout (Video)

By Experience Life Staff
Learn the moves for this eight-week glute-and-hamstring program designed to build your strength, power, and overall resilience.
a woman perform the frog bridge

The 8-Week Glute-and-Hamstring Workout

By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Supercharge your strength, power, and overall resilience with this eight-week glute-and-hamstring program.
a woman stands with a hand on her hip

STRONG BODY, STRONG MIND: On Chasing a New Look

By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Our fitness editor reflects on setting aesthetic goals without compromising physical or mental health.
a man does a push up next to a lazy dog

3 Fitness Practices to Support Your Metabolism

By Nicole Radziszewski
Three fitness practices that can support your metabolic function — no "hacking" required.
The back on a man's shirt that says "coach."

5 Things Every Trainer Wishes You Knew About Your Fitness Efforts

By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Do you have any of these common assumptions?
a woman performs a Good Morning

BREAK IT DOWN: The Barbell Good Morning

By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Improve your form on this hip-hinge exercise to strengthen your legs, core, and back.
a physician checks a man's lower back

How to Strengthen Your Spine

By Lauren Bedosky
Learn how improving strength and mobility in your back and spine can improve athletic performance and quality of life.
a row of people perform side plank in a studio

What Is Your Fitness Potential?

By Michael Dregni
How fit you can get may depend on individual differences in proteins associated with bones, muscles, and blood vessels, according to a recent study.
Jennifer MacDougall holding a kettlebell

A Daily Commitment: Fitness Tips with Jennifer MacDougall

By Callie Fredrickson
One member shares six practical tips for maintaining a consistent and healthy lifestyle.
A woman in a Alpha group training class.

5 Ways to Try Training

By Callie Fredrickson
Choose from a variety of trainer-led experiences to gain comfort and confidence in your fitness efforts — all included in Life Time memberships.
three people run across a snowy scene

How to Stay Fit in Winter

By Elizabeth Millard
Follow Mother Nature’s rhythms to banish workout boredom, stave off injury, and build your fitness.
a woman performs a step back burpee

The Do-Anywhere Barre Workout

By Lauren Bedosky
This low-impact, body-weight workout builds stability and flexibility from head to toe.
a woman performs bridge with a mini band wrapped around her lower thigh

The Mini-Band Workout (Video)

By Experience Life Staff
Learn the moves for this portable and challenging mini-band workout.
a man performs the pistol squat

BREAK IT DOWN: The Single-Leg Pistol Squat

By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Learn how to personalize the challenging unilateral “pistol” move to build lower-body strength, mobility, and balance.
a woman hold a plank in an urban setting

STRONG BODY, STRONG MIND: Up and Down the Mountain

By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Our fitness editor shares a go-to 15-minute circuit that will make you sweat.
colorful small bands

The Mini-Band Workout

By Lauren Bedosky
Learn how to use mini bands for a challenging and portable full-body strength workout.
A man using Pilates equipment.

Why More Men Could Benefit From Pilates

By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
From supporting athleticism and recovery to increasing mobility and strength, there's no question the advantages of incorporating Pilates into your fitness regimen.
Individuals working out in a group training class setting, using medicine balls and dumbbells.

How are Workouts Different Than Exercise Programs?

By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Which one is right for you depends on your fitness aspirations.
a woman stretches using a large stability ball

How Exercise Can Give You a Sense of Purpose — and Vice-Versa

By Craig Cox
A recent study explores the reciprocal relationship between exercise and purpose.
a woman with gray hair holds warrior 2 in her living room

Fit-for-Life Training

By Michael Dregni
The keys to working out as we get older? Build slowly, allow enough time for recovery, and be kind to yourself.
Back To Top