In our increasingly digital world, the way we connect with others has changed — but the positive effects of a strong support system have not. In this episode, we talk with Justin Reis, co-creator of Life Time’s AMP cycle format, about the communities he’s built inside and outside of the fitness space, as well as how we can create more meaningful connections and surround ourselves with those who support us.
One of the most powerful tools we have for getting and staying healthy is the food we eat to nourish our bodies. In this episode, we cover the reasons nutrition is challenging, tips for meal planning and grocery shopping, and why healthy eating is all about finding balance. Our guests are Julie Brown, RD, program manager for nutrition and assessments at Life Time, and Ryan Dodge, executive chef for Life Time’s LifeCafe nationwide.
Being “fit” looks a little bit different for everyone. In this episode, we discuss the importance of moving for your unique body and motivations, the importance of mechanics and consistency, the components of a well-rounded exercise routine, and why fitness is about so much more than aesthetics. Our guest is Maggie Fazeli Fard, RKC, MFT-1, senior fitness editor at Experience Life and a fitness coach who leads Alpha Strong classes.
Sleep and stress both play a major role in how we feel and function. If we don’t have good habits in place, every other aspect of our health can start to crumble. In this episode, integrative psychiatrist, Henry Emmons, MD, discusses why these two factors are essential for optimal health and offers tangible ways we can improve our sleep and manage our stress.
Mindset is often an overlooked factor in our health and well-being, but it’s where real, lasting change begins — whether you’re working on your health, fitness, relationships, or career. Our guest is Jen Elmquist, a licensed mental health professional, the creator of LT Mind, and the author of Relationship Reset.