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A 5-Step Plan for Starting a New Workout Routine

With Lindsay Ogden, CPT
Season 7, Episode 2

Getting into a workout routine can be difficult, especially if you’re new to it or have hit pause for a while. Lindsay Ogden, CPT, shares her secret steps for success that anyone can follow to begin — or begin again — and that can set them up for consistent and long-lasting fitness progress.

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Bahram Akradi

About Time

By Bahram Akradi

Life Time CEO and founder Bahram Akradi reflects on what a precious commodity time is — and how we can make the most of it.

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How Your Banking and Investment Choices Can Help Make the World a Better Place

By Lola Méndez

Start investing in a better future today by exploring greener investment options and learning to incorporate environmentally friendly choices into your financial portfolio.

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13 Creative Ways to Learn Something New

By Katherine Reynolds Lewis

Lifelong learning can improve our health and happiness. Try some of these ideas for learning something new.

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Be Your Own Best Health Advocate

With Ryan Sutter
Season 7, Episode 1

A Lyme disease diagnosis and accompanying body-wide pain and debilitating fatigue led Ryan Sutter — firefighter, endurance athlete, and Bachelorette alum — to take action to find answers, treatment options, and a path toward wellness. In this episode, Sutter shares his health journey, as well as advice for pushing through challenge, fighting health obstacles, and advocating for your well-being.

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ONE HEALTHY HABIT:
Move Throughout Your Day

By Experience Life Staff

This month’s One Healthy Habit challenge encourages taking a break from busyness to build fitness.

Daymond John from Shark Tank

Daymond John on Setting Goals, Leaving a Legacy, and Investing in His Health

By Jill Patton, FMCHC

The entrepreneur and Shark Tank investor shares his inspiring journey from growing up in Queens and launching his multi-billion-dollar streetwear brand FUBU to his recent life-changing cancer diagnosis.

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9 Tips for Great Workouts Even When You’re Short on Time

By Callie Fredrickson

Life Time performers share their advice for maximizing your fitness efforts when you’re in a time crunch.

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10 Strategies to Overcome Driving Anxiety

By Jon Spayde

Worried about getting behind the wheel? Here’s expert advice on how to manage your fears by adjusting your expectations, your route, and your environment.

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How to Find Calm When Life Feels Chaotic

By Jessie Sholl

Many of us respond to disarray by striving for control, but there are other ways to find calm within the storm.

Bahram Akradi

Of Peril and Possibility

By Bahram Akradi

The founder and CEO of Life Time shares his thoughts on the AI revolution.

a woman explores books

How Curiosity Changes Your Mind

By Henry Emmons, MD and Aimee Prasek, PhD

Henry Emmons, MD, and Aimee Prasek, PhD, explain how thinking creatively can help us create new neural pathways in the brain.

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6 Ways to Practice Body Neutrality

By Elizabeth Millard

Explore these transformative strategies to start practicing body neutrality.

Matthew Hurley

Arrest and Recovery: Matthew Hurley’s Story

By Experience Life Staff

How one man overcame drug addiction and found peace through serving others.

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A Mid-Year Reflection

With Jamie Martin and David Freeman
Season 6, Episode 23

Many people put a lot of stock in goal-setting at the start of a new year, but it’s important to also check in with ourselves at various points throughout the year: What’s working? What did I learn? What did I achieve? What should I stop? What should I start?

In this final episode of season 6, Jamie Martin and David Freeman consider what they’ve learned from this season’s episodes and personally reflect on changes and challenges they’ve experienced in the first half of the year.

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How Humans Are Wired for Compassion

By Henry Emmons, MD and Aimee Prasek, PhD

Our brains are wired to care for others, even when it may seem like too much to ask.

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How to Start Using Body-Neutral Language

By Elizabeth Millard

Many of us inadvertently use language that reinforces the idea that thinness is better. Here’s how to speak with compassion.

how to practice body neutrality

What Is Body Neutrality and How Can I Embrace It?

By Elizabeth Millard

Why trading affirmation for acceptance can be freeing.

a woman in her kitchen talking into a phone

10 Strategies to Help Halt Diet Talk

By Jon Spayde

Comments and conversations related to diet culture can trigger complicated emotions involving food and weight. One expert offers advice for setting healthy boundaries.

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How Positive Emotions Supercharge the Effects of Exercise

By Andrew Heffernan

Psychologist Kelly McGonigal, PhD, on how a joyful approach to exercise can help people reach their fitness goals more easily.

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