Life Time Fitness Files For Data Evidence On COVID Spread, Arguing They're Not Super-SpreadersOn Friday, Life Time CEO Braham Akradi filed a request for access to government data to see the exact amount of virus spread happening in health clubs in Minnesota.
How Your Workout Will Look Different As Fitness Centers Begin To Reopen WednesdayWhen Life Time in Edina at Southdale reopens, check-ins will be touch free with an app. Staff will wear masks and be given temperature checks.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: CEO Of Life Time Says 90% Of Employees Will Be FurloughedThe CEO of Life Time Fitness said he expects his Twin Cities-based company to furlough nearly all of its workforce if lawmakers and President Donald Trump can’t set a date for when the economic shutdown will end.
Life Time Swim Now Offered In Maple GroveA first-of-its-kind swim facility for Life Time Fitness has opened in the Twin Cities.
Life Time To Open 3 Co-Working Spaces In The Twin CitiesLife Time announced Monday that it plans to open three co-working spaces in the Twin Cities metro next year.
Former Life Time Fitness Executive, 8 Others Indicted In ChicagoAn former executive at a major Minnesota-based fitness firm and eight others are accused in a new federal indictment of using insider information to scoop up stocks before word of the company's sale in 2015 pushed share prices higher.
Life Time Fitness To Pay More Than $970K To Thousands Of EmployeesChanhassen-based Life Time Fitness has agreed to pay thousands of employees nationwide nearly $1 million after a federal investigation found the company violated minimum wage laws.
Life Time Fitness, City Of Minneapolis Quarrel Over Affirmative ActionHiring practices at a well-known fitness chain are being put under the microscope by the city of Minneapolis.
Minnesotans Jump Start Resolutions With Commitment Day 5kPeople in the Twin Cities were jumping into their resolutions as they gathered in St. Louis Park for "commitment day." Groups gathered for a 5k run and walk at Life Time Fitness.
Life Time Fitness To Become Private CompanyLife Time Fitness Inc. said Monday that it will sell itself to two private equity firms for more than $2.8 billion, in a deal that will turn the gym chain into a private company. The companies value the deal at more than $4 billion, when debt is included.
DeRusha Eats: Life Cafe It is the New Year, and folks are filling up local gyms. But did you know you can also fill up at many local gyms? At nearly 20 Life Time Fitness locations around the metro you can get in shape by working out on the machines and eating a nutritious meal at the café.
When Measuring Wellness, Look Beyond The ScaleAre you ready to start a new workout plan? Whatever your reason to get fit may be, it's no secret that gyms will be flooded with new members as many look to change our workout ways in 2015.
Gym Challenges People To Swap Resolutions For CommitmentsMaking a resolution is one the first things we do in the new year. Many make them, most don't keep them. So rather than resolving to do something in 2015, Life Time Fitness is observing "Commitment Day," hoping to help people commit to something.
Get Movin' Monday: How To Spice Up Treadmill RunningMany avid runners think running on a stationary machine can be extremely boring. We tracked down a professional runner and running coach at Life Time Fitness to find some ways to make running on the treadmill more fun and not so routine.
Mpls. Schools Receive $550K Grant To Improve School LunchesOver the years, school lunches have gotten a bad reputation. But recently, there have been many new efforts to improve the taste and nutrition of cafeteria food. Life Time Fitness announced Tuesday that its foundation is awarding a $550,000 grant to Minneapolis Public Schools. The money will be used to purchase new food-service equipment and enable the nutrition staff to remove unhealthy ingredients from school menus.