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How maintaining a consistent fitness and movement routine has helped improve Life Time member Lindsay Byrd’s physical and mental well-being.
A Life Time team member knows that when it comes to the pursuit of health and well-being, what’s going on in our heads can make all the difference.
Soon-to-be parents Michael and Marisa Pender share a few of the factors that drive their fitness routines, plus why health and wellness is a core value for their growing family.
For the past two years, Life Time member Nancy Mora has been working toward improved nutrition and fitness habits. She says it’s those efforts that helped her fully recover from COVID-19.
For this Life Time member, the key to making long-term, healthier nutrition choices was using a focused plan as the catalyst.
Advice from Life Time members who used the 60day Challenge to make positive progress to their health in a challenging year.
"Without your health, you have nothing."
Life Time members reflect on the need for community and health — and why they feel confident being back at the club despite challenging times.
"There’s not a thing I would change. My life is great."
Have a weight-loss goal? Hear the advice of these four Life Time members who’ve all had success with that journey.
"One of the things people don't realize about truck drivers is how hard it is for us to be alone all the time. To me, my social life is Life Time."
One woman shares how committing to her health and fitness helped her stay true to herself, discover new passions, and build a strong, supportive community.
How three Life Time members trained to summit Mount Kilimanjaro — and raise awareness for their clean water nonprofit.
"I took my life back. I took my body back. I took my health back."
"When I feel better, I'm a better dad, a better husband. You have to make yourself a priority."
A legally blind teenager inspires other visually impaired kids to tap into their motivation and find adventure.
"A year ago, if you had told me I could do that, I'd have laughed at you. I just never thought I could do these types of things with my body."
Rebekah Mayer, who oversees 80 Life Time Run locations, on what running means to her.
"The goal was met, I was able to do it. And two weeks later, I was donating a kidney."
"Getting to those moments in life that you’re going to remember — that’s my motivation.”
"Get outdoors. Go hiking. Go walking. Just do something to get out there and move, get your health on track so that you can go out and experience life — because you only have one.”