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What is the Difference Between Deodorants and Antiperspirants?

By Margret Aldrich
Hoping to avoid body odor? Try clothing made from natural textiles — and make your own healthy deodorant!
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Kicking the Sugar Habit — Together

By Annie Kragness
One Life Time team member and her parents enrolled in the Life Time Sugar Fix program together to eliminate the ingredient from their diets. This was their experience.
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Why Do Certain Clothes Smell Worse Than Others After We Sweat?

By Margret Aldrich
Polyester promotes odor-causing bacteria called Micrococci. Cotton does not.
DeVentri Jordan

Why GameFace?

With DeVentri Jordan
Season 5, Episode 13   July 19, 2022

From a young age, sports offer a way to stay active and learn valuable life skills. For some, they become an ambition as they get older. In this mini episode, DeVentri Jordan, founder and national director of GameFace at Life Time, shares the ways this sports-training program helps people grow in athletics, whether they’re just getting introduced to sports or are aiming to compete at a high level.

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6 Ways to Defuse a Bad Situation

By Jon Spayde
A variety of stresses have turned many public interactions into angry encounters. Learn how to calm yourself — and the situation — with these strategies.
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Active, Healthy, Social: 5 Benefits of ARORA

By Emily Ewen
A few Life Time members share what they love about the latest programming for active, older adults and how they participate in this growing community.
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How to Know When to Quit

By Quinton Skinner
We tend to think giving up is a sign of weakness, but in the right context, quitting can be a strength. Our experts explain how to know when it’s time to throw in the towel.
a man sits at a coffee shop paying his bill with a credit card

PUMPING IRONY: Easy Pickings

By Craig Cox
Some 5 million elderly Americans fall prey to scam artists each year, and those who struggle to maintain social connections may be more vulnerable than most. A new evaluation program designed to measure an individual’s ability to make good choices could offer some help.
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The Open Road

By Jamie Martin
Experience Life editor in chief Jamie Martin talks about how to get comfortable with the unknown.
A teen boy doing a squat with dumbbells.

Getting Bigger and Stronger: A Beginner Strength-Training Workout for Teens

By Callie Fredrickson
This full-body routine offers a great entry point for the growing kids in your life to start building their confidence on the workout floor.
A group of active, older adult women in a dance class.

Finding My Groove Again

By Annie Kragness
How a resurfaced workout playlist sparked this Life Time team member to find fitness — and joy in it — once again.
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Stories of Pride: Four LGBTQ+ Team Members Share What the Month of June Means to Them

By Julie Dulude
These four Life Time team members share how uplifting, celebrating, and supporting the LGBTQ+ community is vital to our health — and goes well beyond Pride Month every June.
An image of a landscape of a mountain range and body of water in the evening.

5-Minute Meditation to Prepare for Sleep

By Life Time
Let go of the day and invite in relaxation with this guided meditation.
Ben Johns

Becoming a Pickleballer

With Ben Johns
Season 5, Episode 11   June 28, 2022

Ben Johns is one of the top-ranked pickleball players worldwide, and at just 23, he has been labeled the “the present (and future) of pickleball.” In this episode, he joins us to talk about this inclusive and increasingly popular sport, including how he went from playing for fun to playing pro, what he thinks makes him a good player, and why the sport is so appealing for so many of us.

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a woman sits on a meditation cushion with her chocolate lab next to her

A Different Kind of Meditation

By Molly Tynjala
Attorney, author, and certified mindfulness practitioner Spiwe Jefferson discusses her journey toward a higher purpose and introduces our new mindfulness series.
pots filled with healing herbs

Gardens That Heal: Q&A With Juliet Blankespoor

By Marco Dregni
Herbs like basil, thyme, fennel, mint, and more can be used in cooking — and in herbal medicine.
an elderly woman eats ice cream

PUMPING IRONY: Dying to Get Better

By Craig Cox
A trip to hospice typically means you’ve given up on life. But what if you could receive in-home palliative care while still pursuing treatments for your afflictions? A Medicare pilot program suggests it could prolong lives — and save the agency money.
a person selects a salmon filet from an ice filled counter

6 Tips to Find Sustainable Seafood

By Heidi Wachter
Look for smaller, more abundant species, buy a share in a community-supported fishery, and four other tips to find sustainable seafood.
kids from infant age to teenage

Let the Fun Begin: The Many Ways Kids Can Enjoy Life Time

By Callie Fredrickson
Whether your kids are taking their first steps or heading to high school, our athletic country clubs offer a range of healthy options for every age, stage, and personality.
a plate of salmon on salad

17 Types of Seafood to Avoid

By Heidi Wachter
Some fish are high in mercury, overfished, or caught in a way that is harmful for the environment. Here are some seafood to avoid.
An image of a woman's face.

How Do I Keep My Skin Breakout-Free?

By Jolene Turner
Esthetician-sourced tips for preventing blemishes and achieving clear skin.
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