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8 Ways Exercise Makes You Gorgeous
By Catherine Guthrie
Working out isn’t all about dropping pounds or prepping for your next triathlon. Regular exercise also gives you a healthy, glowing look and an unmistakable va-va-voom that you just can’t get any other way.
Blue butterfly lands on a woman's hand
By Alyssa Ford
By cultivating your intuitive skills, you’ll be able to listen more closely to what your body is trying to tell you.
illustration of kettlebell with a heart
By Experience Life Staff
Regular physical activity can help us recover more quickly, heal more easily, and get an edge over all kinds of disease and injury. In fact, exercise may just be nature’s best medicine.
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By Alyssa Ford
Your immune system works to keep you healthy 24 hours a day. Here's how to help it operate at peak efficiency.
Headshot of Dan Buettner.

Buettner joins us to talk about the Blue Zones — places around the globe with the highest populations of longest-living individuals — and the Power 9 healthy-lifestyle habits they have in common, plus ways we can begin to incorporate these behaviors in our own lives for increased longevity and vitality.

illustration of a person running to build immunity
By Craig Cox
Exercise is an immune booster, but if you've been exposed to or are recovering from COVID-19, you might want to take it easy, according to a recent analysis.
Experience Life fitness editor Maggie Fazeli Fard walks on a sidewalk.
By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Amid the coronavirus crisis, a step challenge helps our fitness editor regain her footing.
Headshot of Samantha McKinney.

The gut is often considered the gatekeeper to our overall health — and imbalances many times surface in surprising ways. Samantha McKinney, RD, discusses its far-reaching impacts and shares daily lifestyle strategies we can use to support our gut health.

A 3D rendering of a T cell
By Michael Dregni
Coronavirus antibodies might not be long-lasting, but the latest research has found new hope for battling the virus — your adaptive T cells. And it may lead the way to a vaccine.
A woman wearing a mask, stretching on a yoga mat in a fitness facility.
By Life Time Editorial Team
After analyzing nearly 50 million fitness-center visits, researchers found that only a small number — 0.0023 percent — corresponded to positive tests.
Headshot of Brie Vortherms.

Tingling fingers. A nervous stomach. Distractedness. Did you know these can all be signs of anxiety? In this episode, Life Time MindCoach Brie Vortherms, MA, LMFT, speaks to how our bodies react to anxiety and offers useful practices we can all use to feel better in those moments.

An illustration of a woman sitting on one side of a seesaw-type scale, with broccoli, a kettlebell, and jar on the other side.
By Mo Perry
How much you weigh gets a lot of attention despite being one of the least telling measures of health.
A stevia leaf and a spoon of powdered stevia
By Stephanie Soucheray
Many health-conscious eaters, paleo bakers, and people with diabetes rely on naturally derived alternative sweeteners — but are they truly better for you than plain table sugar?
A woman sleeps in a bedroom.
By Laine Bergeson Becco, FMCHC
There are many reasons why women chronically experience pain during intercourse. Here are some of the top causes — and what to do about them.
A woman works out on a rowing machine.
By Craig Cox
New guidelines by the American College of Sports Medicine recommend exercise as a strategy to avoid a severe case of the virus. 
Three people using rowing machines inside a fitness facility.
By Craig Cox
New guidelines by the American College of Sports Medicine recommend exercise as a strategy to avoid a severe case of the virus.
An illustration of two hands spaced apart, reaching out for one another.
By Molly Schelper
9 tips to comfort loved ones who are feeling anxious about the coronavirus.
By the Experience Life Team
Learn how to do this DIY technique that can help drain sinuses, relieve congestion, and reduce fluid retention.
A close up of a woman's face who has a large amount of freckles.
By Anika Christ, RD, CPT
Some of our daily habits may be doing more harm than good when it comes to how we age. Discover some basic lifestyle shifts that can slow the effects of this natural process.
An illustration of a heart in the middle of a stethoscope.
By Paul Kriegler, RD, CPT
It’s time to cut through the confusion about this common health metric.
A woman on an exercise machine in a fitness facility wearing a mask, talking to someone nearby also wearing a mask.
By The Life Time Training Team
The Life Time Training team offers insights, tips, and reminders to help you adjust to mask-wearing during exercise.
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