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Can Bicycles Help Create a Better World?

By Michael Dregni
We often think of cycling in terms of personal health, but it has many social, economic, and environmental impacts.
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STRONG BODY, STRONG MIND: To Step or to Jump?

By Maggie Fazeli Fard
What yoga has taught our fitness editor about the importance of transitions.
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Can Exercise Curb Cancer

By Craig Cox
A 12-week exercise regimen suppressed the growth of prostate-cancer cells, according to a recent study.
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The Health Benefits of Cycling

By Michael Dregni
Cycling enthusiasts and experts explains the many ways that hopping on a bike, whether indoors or out, can boost your overall health — and just maybe help build a better world.
Becca Rigg

Goal-Setting That Sticks

By Becca Rigg
How-to guidance from a trainer for setting achievable goals. Plus, her top eight tips for lasting success.
Coach Mike Thomson

Get to Know Your Trainers: Meet Mike Thomson

By The Life Time Training Team
Plus, try his favorite workout designed to challenge your power, strength, and endurance.
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The Racquet-Sport Workout

By Nancy Brenden
This off-court routine will improve your range of motion, joint stability, and overall racquet-sport performance.
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3 Moves to Relieve and Prevent Elbow Pain

By Lauren Bedosky
Tennis elbow doesn’t just affect tennis players. Stay pain-free with these wrist and forearm exercises.
a woman performs the mountain climber

BREAK IT DOWN: The Mountain Climber

By Maggie Fazeli Fard
This do-anywhere body-weight move combines strength and cardio training with intensity.
Nastassia Smith

Why Signature Group Training? With Nastassia Smith

With Nastassia Smith
Season 4, Episode 16   March 22, 2022

Many people engage with group training programs for the community and accountability — and because, when designed based on science and research, they can offer fitness growth beyond what an individual might otherwise be able to achieve on their own. In this mini episode, Nastassia Smith shares the advantages of Life Time’s signature group training, and offers guidance if you’re considering giving it a try yourself.

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Two mature adult women smiling while talking in a health club.

How to Meet a Workout Partner — and Be a Better One Yourself

By Emily Ewen
The benefits of finding your fitness community, how to meet friends to exercise with, and tips for being a supportive workout partner.
Mechelle Lewis Freeman sprinting on a treadmill in an Ultra Fit class alongside other individuals.

The Beginner’s Guide to Sprint Interval Training

By Mechelle Lewis Freeman
An eight-week sprint interval training (SIT) program that newbies can use to reap the benefits of this intense exercise method — or to prepare for taking your first Ultra Fit class.
The legs of individuals who are sprinting on treadmills.

The Science of Sprinting

By Julie Dulude
Sprint interval training (a.k.a. SIT) can boost your fitness and transform your body at a cellular level — and Life Time is putting it to work in Ultra Fit, its latest training format.
A group of mature adults in the pool doing water aerobics.

Which ARORA Class Is Right for You?

By Emily Ewen
Learn more about Life Time’s latest collection of fitness classes designed for healthy aging — and find the one that best fits your goals.
a woman stretches her tricep while on a path

STRONG BODY, STRONG MIND: 3 Moves to Release Shoulder Tension

By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Our fitness editor shares her three-part, do-anywhere stretching routine for soothing her muscles and mind.
a woman sits on a yoga mat with her legs extended in front and arms out to the side

The Stretching and Mobility Workout

By Andrew Heffernan
This head-to-toe routine will stretch your muscles, mobilize your joints, and leave you feeling fantastic in five minutes flat.
Life Time member and 60day winner Dennis R. with his training team of three Life Time team members.

Determined to Overcome: Meet Life Time Member Dennis R.

By The Life Time Training Team
The recent 60day Challenge winner shares how he used a low point as a catalyst to take hold of his health for the positive — and offers the strategies for success he learned along the way.
a man uses a rowing machine

The Indoor-Rowing Workout

By Andrew Heffernan
These three indoor-rowing workouts promise to propel your cardio fitness forward, no matter your level.
a woman performs the bear crawl

BREAK IT DOWN: The Bear Crawl

By Maggie Fazeli Fard
This functional full-body movement can help strengthen the body and mind at any age.
a person running on a paved path

Do We Really Need to Take 10,000 Steps a Day?

By Craig Cox
According to a recent study, we could get many of the health benefits with about half as many daily steps.
a man used battleropes while his trainer watches

How Exercise Can Help Build Physical — and Mental — Resilience

By Andrew Heffernan
Learn how exercise can help build a body and mind that can roll with life’s punches — and come back stronger after stress.
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