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A challenging full-body workout you can knock out in 20 minutes.
No matter what you’re trying to accomplish, you need an action plan. Here’s the process I prefer — and that Ocean’s Eleven made famous.
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Life is good co-founder Bert Jacobs on creating a global brand around simple optimism.
A well-rounded (ahem!) glute-enhancing routine you gotta try.
These all-in-one workouts employ one very basic piece of equipment to build strength, endurance and athleticism — in 15 minutes or less.
Overcome procrastination with help from Neil Fiore’s transformative book.
My humble, home-cooked meals are not the stuff of Food Channel fantasy. But they sure beat eating a bag of pretzels for dinner.
Jen Sinkler, our fitness editor, wrangles leading experts to address your most perplexing workout quandaries and conundrums. Email ’em to askjen@ experiencelife.com.
The Gulf of Mexico oil spill and Hurricane Katrina may no longer be making front-page headlines, but the region still needs help. Taking a Gulf Coast volunteer vacation empowers you to play a part in its recovery.
It is strange, perhaps, to open an issue dedicated to helping readers get more done with a caveat about overdoing. But as a person prone to doing just that, I feel it is, um — the right thing to do.
Looking for low-effort ways to eat healthier? These three small adjustments can make a surprisingly big difference in how you look and feel.
With our help, three brave readers tackled some healthy goals they’d been putting off for a while. Are their stories your story, too?
Experience Life checks in on the progress of our Healthy Challenge participants.
Low-cost improvements yield big returns in a cramped home-office space.
Six powerful strategies for accomplishing more of what really matters.
By remaining true to their optimistic natures, Bert Jacobs and his brother parlayed three little words into a multimillion-dollar, do-gooder business.
Once obese, Paul Nowak had trouble keeping up with his favorite sports. Now, after losing 100 pounds, he’s an active role model for his kids – and a Brazilian jiu jitsu competitor.
Too busy to work out? Doubtful. The truth: Finding moments to move is entirely within your grasp.