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Rainbow over farmland
By Heidi Wachter
Leah Penniman is on a mission to debunk the myths about black people’s relationship to the land and help a new generation reclaim its agrarian heritage.
Young boy with swimming goggles and towel wrapped around his shoulders.
By Lindsey Frey Palmquist
Maintain and even improve your child’s swimming abilities while the pools are closed with these practice tips and exercises.
Text that says "superhero party."
By Callie Chase
Have everyone in your family dress up as their favorite superhero and complete these fun crafts and games.
Father and son playing with a basketball at home.

Our guest and mom of three, Krystel Reierson, curriculum and events manager for Life Time Kids, offers advice for talking about the virus with your children, as well as tips and tricks for keeping them entertained while you’re all at home together.

Mom and daughter smiling in the grass.
By Life Time Editorial Team
Whether together or apart this Mother’s Day, show the moms in your life — or any woman you admire — some love with these gifts and experiences.
Drawings of paint and paint brushes.
By Callie Chase
Embrace the joy of this season by trying these fun activities at home.
An illustration of a woman with flowing hair looking to the side.
By Karen Olson
Expert tips on how to let go of grudges.
A young girl shows her muscles.
By Lindsey Frey Palmquist
Take a break and have some active time outdoors together with these challenging, but fun exercises.
Illustration of man with shadow
By Karen Olson
Clinging to resentment may feel like self-defense, but more often it's a form of self- destruction. Learn how to set yourself free.
Bahram Akradi, the founder, chairman, and CEO of Life Time — Healthy Way of Life.
By Bahram Akradi
We all lead and follow in different aspects of our lives. To make the most of these opportunities, let's do them both with intention.
Assorted building bricks
By Callie Chase
Grab some building blocks and try this fun — and competitive — at-home activity for the whole family.
Father and son folding laundry
By Jon Spayde
For many couples, the majority of domestic tasks tend to fall to one partner. Sharing the labor can build equity — and enhance your relationship.
Mario Rigby
By Heidi Wachter
Mario Rigby shares what he learned from his long-distance treks to inspire others to become more adventurous.
An older woman smiles as she looks at her cellphone.
By Kaelyn Riley
Social distancing is necessary right now, but it doesn’t have to mean complete isolation. Here are some tips to stay connected with those you love.
Nurse speaking with elderly patient
By Quinton Skinner
People who are professional caregivers may experience vicarious trauma. Here's why.
Mom with two kids doing crafts.
By Lindsey Frey Palmquist
Enjoy the extra time together at home with fun ideas, virtual playtime, and learning. Plus, try this sample weekday schedule from the experts at Life Time Kids.
An illustration of a match after it's been lit and blown on, with smoke rising off of it.
By Quinton Skinner
Here are five tips to remember when talking to a loved one who is burned out.
Dallas Hartwig is pictured with his new book, The 4 Season Solution.
By Dallas Hartwig
In his new book, The 4 Season Solution: The Groundbreaking New Plan for Feeling Better, Living Well, and Powering Down Our Always-On Lives, Dallas Hartwig talks about how finding real friends starts with getting to know yourself.
Group of people sitting on floor with legs and feet in a circle.

In our increasingly digital world, the way we connect with others has changed — but the positive effects of a support system have not. Justin Reis, co-creator of Life Time’s AMP cycle format, talks about the communities he’s built, and how we can create more meaningful connections.

Sara Safari walking across rocks
By Heidi Wachter
Human-rights activist and author Sara Safari hopes her unexpected journey from engineer to mountaineer will inspire others to reach for their wildest dreams.
Two people's hands touch on a couch.
By Alexandra Smith, MA, LPCC 
According to research, 70 percent of couples report that counseling helped improve their relationship.
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