Discover 11 unexpected ways your membership can support your efficiency when the season gets hectic.
Rest is essential to our health and wellness, yet it often gets pushed to the side in favor of other things that require our time and attention. Importantly, it’s not just physical rest we need: There are six other types that contribute to our overall well-being.
In this episode, Barbara Powell, MA, NBC-HWC, joins us to first explain the signs and symptoms of under-rest to watch for. She then delves into the seven versions of rest we need, and for each, the micro, macro, and habitual ways we can get more rest so we can perform better and live life more fully.
What’s the right exercise routine for me? How often should I be working out? How can I make progress when I’m starved for time? Life Time trainers Makoto Matsuo, CPT, and Sarah Pope, CPT, join us to answer a few of the most common fitness questions they hear from members.
Daymond John, entrepreneur and Shark Tank investor, has a story that features years of sacrifice, hard work, and perseverance — and that resulted in a rewarding and highly successful professional life. In recent years, John has put those same attributes to work as he’s invested in his personal health and well-being. In this conversation, he speaks to overcoming setbacks, approaching goal setting, and his health journey and current regimen, and shares insights that anyone can apply to their own lives.
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.
We reconnected with five of our past cover-story personalities for insights on building healthier habits with our devices.
A month or so into the New Year, it’s common for people to fall off their goals. Often this isn’t for a lack of want or will, but rather not having the right program in place. Life Time Talks cohosts Jamie Martin and David Freeman share how they’re personally approaching their own aspirations this year, explain the reasons why having a program can be a game-changer, and offer considerations to help you move forward on your own plan.