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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.
colorful, swishing dresses
By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Our fitness editor reconnects with her heritage through virtual Persian dance classes.
silhouette of woman holding yoga pose with butterflies
By Sonya Renee Taylor
We can all do better than self-acceptance. Here are 10 tools that can move us toward radical self-love.
Desmond Howard

In sports and in life, the ability to be coachable is a helpful trait that can take you far. NFL veteran Desmond Howard shares his inspiring insights and personal experience around why being coachable matters — and ways to open yourself up to it.

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.
red and green apple
By Michael Gelb
Here's how to reinvigorate your senses, enhance your awareness, and increase your pleasure in living.
Bahram Akradi, the founder, chairman, and CEO of Life Time — Healthy Way of Life.
By Bahram Akradi
Education’s role in shaping the future of the planet.
Two people, including one with a rainbow bracelet, hold hands.
By Heidi Wachter
Learn what you can do to support, uplift, and celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community every day — beyond Pride Month.
Kemma Cunningham

At any stage, making a life change — and focusing on the pursuit of health and fitness — can be challenging. Kemma Cunningham, a Life Time group fitness performer, shares her journey to do both, and offers her advice for others looking to find what sparks excitement and purpose in them.

A group of people clink glasses together and share a meal.
By Courtney Lewis Opdahl
Whether you are taking a day off to be with community or to learn more as an ally, these ideas can help you better connect to Freedom Day.
Dr. Shefali Tsabary

Do you do things for the image of it or because it feels right to you? Psychologist and best-selling author Dr. Shefali Tsabary explains that people — especially women — are often conditioned to sacrifice authenticity for goodness, putting others before themselves. She breaks down why and how this happens, as well as ways we can pursue a more free and true version of ourselves.

A Black woman holds a sign outside a store that says OPEN.
By Quinton Skinner
As life continues to evolve in the wake of the pandemic, experts offer advice on how to remain adaptable.
An image of Dr. Shefali's new book
By Shefali Tsabary, MD
In her new book, A Radical Awakening, Dr. Shefali talks about the difference between authenticity and goodness — and how to learn to love ourselves.
a woman stretches while seated in front of a computer
By Scott Sonenshein, PhD
These practices can help you chase less and live more.
underwater image of stand up paddleboard
By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Our fitness editor harnesses the energy of summer to tackle new goals.
a young man looks at his phone
By Katherine Reynolds Lewis
Technology has reshaped the way we process our feelings. This expert advice can help us navigate the digital emotional landscape more smoothly.
Experience Life editor in chief Jamie Martin
By Jamie Martin
A reminder about being present, courtesy of a phone-free trip to the Grand Canyon.
Cullen Jones
By Cullen Jones
A near-death drowning experience inspired this Olympic gold medalist to boost representation and help others learn to swim.
Bahram Akradi, the founder, chairman, and CEO of Life Time — Healthy Way of Life.
By Bahram Akradi
The intentional practice of exploring all sides of a situation can bring about a more centered perspective — and a better quality of life.
a woman stands looking out on a mountain lake with her arms outstretched
By Scott Sonenshein, PhD
Working with what you have can be the key to more sustainable success. Adopting a "stretch" mindset can help.
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