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cancer survivors jump for joy
By Molly Tynjala
When two sisters received back-to-back breast-cancer diagnoses, they developed a virtual system to support each other — and became inspired to do the same for others.
a group of woman discuss a book
By Molly Tynjala
Respectful debate and setting expectations are key.
an illustration of chairs with books resting on the seats
By Molly Tynjala
A bibliophile’s guide to creating — and sustaining — a great reading group.
two people hug
By Jessie Sholl
There's a big difference between cursory cordiality and true benevolence. Our experts make the case for spreading deep kindness in your community.
headshot of Jamie Martin, editor in chief of Experience Life magazine
By Jamie Martin
Experience Life editor Jamie Martin on emotional agility and mental well-being.
a woman picks a squash with her young children watching on
By Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl
Psychiatrist Drew Ramsey, MD, author of 50 Shades of Kale, is all about eating to fuel your brain — and your happiness.
A Life Time team member holding sports equipment, including a basketball, while talking to younger kids in a gym.
By Callie Fredrickson
Too old for kids-specific activities but not quite old enough for adult-only offerings — what’s a tween to do? We have a few ideas.
a mom and daughter with a backpack walk on the street
By Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl
The nonprofit founder and educator talks about how best to invest in kids.
Four friends linking arms on a bench on the beach
By Anahi Ortiz-Prieto
A Latina writer and coach offers ideas for education, advocacy, and community connection.
A bento lunch box packed with chicken, cheese, crackers, grapes, blueberries, tomatoes and carrots.
By Andrea Raab
Plus, easy and nourishing recipes to get you started.
A instructor and child in a yoga pose while doing a kids studio class.
By Callie Fredrickson
Curious if any of the options at Life Time might be right for your kiddos? This expert Q&A explains everything that’s available as part of your Junior Membership.
a group of people look at produce picked from a field
By Katherine Reynolds Lewis
In the wake of COVID-19, your community needs you more than ever. Discover new ideas for reconnecting.
A kid holds an iPad.
By Craig Cox
A fraught battle with our 4-year-old grandson over screen time has forced Grandma and Grandpa to admit that his customary weekly visits may now hold less allure for him — and us — than they once did.
A young boy swimming in a pool.
By Callie Fredrickson
Have a kiddo who was inspired by the swimming events at the Summer Games? Encourage them to give this water workout a try to channel their inner athlete.
An adult woman and a young boy playing basketball together.
By Callie Fredrickson
This 30-minute workout is designed for kids of all ages to sharpen their dribbling, shooting, and ball-handling skills.
An adult woman instructor and two kids doing the Kids Studio SHRED class.
By Life Time
Music drives this energetic, self-paced class for kids of all fitness levels. Shred through cardio bursts and strength training for the upper body, lower body, and core to help build confidence, strength, and coordination.
A mother and daughter hugging.
By Emily Ewen
Get inspired to add new kids’ activities to your family’s routine with these tips and best practices.
Dean Barnard with his wrestling medals holding an American Flag
By Dean Barnard
In recommitting to his faith, family, friends, and fitness, one man rediscovers a long-lost passion and reconnects with his purpose.
A collage of images of kids having fun at Life Time, including doing yoga, playing at the pool, sliding down a slide, and playing basketball.
By Callie Fredrickson
Fall, winter, spring, or summer — there are always fun activities and healthy play options for your kids to take part in at the club.
a woman smiles and waves to someone she's talking to via the computer
By Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl
Psychiatrist and author Nina Vasan, MD, explains how our social connections influence our mental well-being.
a woman rests in a hammock
By Karen Olson
Do you spend your weekends running errands or squeezing in too many activities? Try these four tips to take back your downtime.
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