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A woman smiling, basking in the sun.
By Jen Elmquist, MA, LMFT
Learn how to control your inner conversation and maintain a steady mental state in Part Two of this three-part series.
Jeanne Rosner

“Ikigai” is defined as a reason for living — and it’s a tool Jeanne Rosner, MD, uses in her own life to nurture a greater sense of purpose. In this episode, she talks about this Japanese concept and how it can help us live longer, more satisfying lives. Plus, she offers guidance for finding our personal ikigai and suggestions for easy ways to cultivate it in our daily lives.

a woman mindfully eats a strawberry
By Evelyn Tribole, MS, RDN and Elyse Resch, MS, RDN
Expert advice from two renowned nutritionists for building a healthy body image and making peace with food.
a woman sits on a couch with her eyes closed
By Jen Elmquist, MA, LMFT
Learn how to reduce your body’s stress response in Part One of this three-part series.
Experience Life editor in chief Jamie Martin
By Jamie Martin
The language we use — about aging, eating, and much more — can have a significant effect on our enjoyment of these experiences.
Barbara Powell

The ability to be vulnerable — and show up as our real, authentic selves — is central to our well-being. Barbara Powell, MA, MindCoach with Life Time Mind, dives into the power of this raw emotion and debunks the myths surrounding it, including how it’s connected to our other emotions and why it’s OK if it doesn’t feel entirely comfortable to us.

Kaisa Keranen

Movement can take many shapes and forms outside of structured workouts. Kaisa Keranen, CPT — AKA KaisaFit — flips the script on common perceptions of fitness, including explaining the power and benefit that comes from moving our bodies often and in ways that feel good and bring us joy.

Desmond Howard and David Freeman
By David Freeman
A Life Time team member shares highlights from his conversation with the NFL veteran and Heisman Trophy winner.
a woman sits on a couch looking out a window
By Henry Emmons, MD
How to get yourself going without beating yourself up.
A woman indecisively looking in the fridge.
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Plus, ways to navigate the ups and downs so you can develop healthier and more sustainable eating habits.
a tv in a living room with three women performing aerobics in neon clothing
By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Our fitness editor reminisces about the VHS tapes that introduced her to at-home fitness.
fingers with faces drawn: two side by side smiling, the third with a crabby face looking at the two happy fingers
By Kaelyn Riley
Like all emotions, envy can be a good teacher. Make it work for you by following this sage advice.
Josh Neal in front of a Life Time club sign.
By Life Time and HOKA ONE ONE
A Life Time team member knows that when it comes to the pursuit of health and well-being, what’s going on in our heads can make all the difference.
Experience Life editor in chief Jamie Martin
By Jamie Martin
The author of Joyful, featured on this month’s cover, inspires this moment of self-reflection.
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.

Mechelle sprinting down stairs
By Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl
How an Olympic sprinter, nonprofit founder, high-performance coach, and mom juggles the demands of daily life.
By Kaelyn Riley
The designer, author, and blogger shares tips on seeking the joy all around us.
office space with person talking and leading group
By Katherine Reynolds Lewis
Learn to say no — plus two more ways to communicate more directly.
headshot of Eve Lewis Prieto set in image of window seat with sun streaming in
By Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl
The director of the popular mindfulness app Headspace offers five tips on how to meditate.
a woman, looking exhausted and defeated, leans on her desk, hands holding head up
By Quinton Skinner
Embracing failure is just one strategy to quiet your inner critic.
Experience Life editor in chief Jamie Martin
By Jamie Martin
They may be young, but our kids have a lot to teach us when we slow down and listen.
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