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Finding “Familia” at Life Time Through Connectivity and Care

"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."

For 10 years, Carlos Soto has prioritized his health and happiness at Life Time. As a commercial truck driver, he spends 60 to 70 percent of his time alone on the road. Watch how Soto not only found his community at Life Time, but also how he inspires thousands across the company — members and team members alike — to stay positive and find the good in every day.


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