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“Speak” Your Partner’s Love Language at Life Time

By Callie Fredrickson
Ideas for expressing and receiving love that can all be done at your athletic country club.
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Everything You Need to Know About Bodyweight Strength with Coach Kemma

By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Learn about this do-anywhere training plan designed to kick-start your love of fitness.
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How to Relieve a Stiff Neck

By Dr. Reza Alizadeh
Simple strategies for addressing and preventing discomfort in your neck.
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How to Talk With Kids About Climate Change

By Jill Patton, FMCHC
Kids are vulnerable to climate anxiety. Here's how to talk to them about what climate change might mean for their lives.
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Survey Says: It’s Never Too Late in Life to Make Fulfilling Friendships

By Emily Ewen
A recent study shows that adults aged 55 and older are craving more social activity and satisfying relationships — which helps them adopt healthier habits.
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PUMPING IRONY: Operating Principles

By Craig Cox
U.S. seniors undergo about a million major surgeries every year, often without fully considering the risks. The consequences can be deadly.
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How to Detox With Whole Foods

With Anika Christ, RD, CPT
Season 6, Episode 3   January 10, 2023

“Detox” is a long-debated topic: Some associate it with deprivation, while others think the practice is not necessary because of our body’s natural detoxification systems. Anika Christ, RD, joins us to clear up the confusion, and explains how to detox your body with a whole-foods approach that feels far from depriving — and that can support nearly everyone in feeling and functioning better.

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What Is a Functional Neurological Disorder?

By Mo Perry
Hybrid disorders of the brain, mind, and body once confounded physicians and researchers. Today experts are beginning to uncover the conditions’ complexities — and how to treat them.
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A Fresh Slate

By Jamie Martin
Editor in chief Jamie Martin shares what has inspired the stories in Experience Life through the years and introduces you to our exciting new magazine sections.
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What Is Self-Care, Really?

With Brie Vortherms, MA, LMFT, and Barbara Powell, MA
Season 6, Episode 2   January 3, 2023

“Self-care” is a term that gets tossed around a lot, but what is self-care, really? In this episode, Brie Vortherms, MA, LMFT, and Barbara Powell, MA, of Life Time Mind talk about it in a way that may be new to you — and explain why they think it should be rebranded as “performance recovery.” They share the 12 types of self-care and three categories of ways to integrate it into our lives so we can better support our health and well-being.

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How to Ask for Help in Times of Need

By Jon Spayde
We all need somebody to lean on, but it’s not always easy to ask for help when we need it. These expert insights offer ideas for overcoming resistance — and knowing what to say.
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What Is Energy Medicine?

By Courtney Helgoe
Healing modalities that are nonpharmaceutical and noninvasive may sound “soft,” but many of them have been proven by centuries of use.
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Biking for Healing

By Callie Fredrickson
Olympian and 2022 Life Time Grand Prix winner Haley Hunter Smith’s passion for cycling also proved to be an essential tool for managing her mental well-being.
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6 Exercises to Help You Get Down on the Floor — and Up Off the Floor – With Ease

By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Have you done a sit-stand test? The ability to get up off the floor with minimal support is a marker of longevity. Practice these moves to improve flexibility, balance, motor coordination, and muscle power.
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PUMPING IRONY: This Is Your Brain on Junk Food

By Craig Cox
As Big Pharma’s latest Alzheimer’s drug faces renewed skepticism, a new study suggests that avoiding ultraprocessed food may be a more promising approach to maintaining healthy cognitive function as we age.
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How to Keep Winter Skin Well-Hydrated

By Jolene Turner
Expert tips for maintaining moisture in your body’s largest organ — and why it’s vital for general and skin health.
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4 Strategies to Teach Empathy to Children

By Jill Patton, FMCHC
Use these tips to help instill empathy early on.
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Merry and Mindful: How to Navigate the Holidays — Stressors and All

By Emily Ewen
A Q&A with a Life Time MindCoach on handling the seasonal challenges that arise, reducing stress, and coping with loss and grief.
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How Music Brings Us Together

By Katherine Reynolds Lewis
Whether it’s experienced through singing, playing an instrument, dancing, or attending a concert, music is a powerful mode of connection.
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13 Ways to Combat the Winter Blues at Work

By Callie Fredrickson
Learn why we experience a lull in the winter months and how we can set ourselves up for success.
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What Is a Behavioral Addiction?

By Alexandra Smith, MA, LPCC
Shopping, gambling, social-media use, and sex are all behaviors that are potentially addictive. Learn how they happen and what defines this type of addiction.
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