Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Social Responsibility

Our Commitment to People, Our Communities and Our Planet

At Life Time, we’re committed to making a positive impact on the health and wellness of our members and team members — along with the communities in which we operate. Our environmental stewardship extends from the healthy design and operation of our destinations to the initiatives of the Life Time Foundation to improve children's nutrition in schools.

In the past five years, we’ve:
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    Reduced our electricity use by 35%
    That’s enough to power 15,100-plus homes for a year.

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    Reduced our natural gas use by 15%
    That’s enough to charge 1.8 billion smartphones.

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    Reduced our water consumption by 10% or 157 million gallons
    That’s enough to fill nearly 16,000 swimming pools.

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    Partnered with 3,554 schools to serve 256 million healthy lunches
    Feeding 1.7 million students through the Life Time Foundation.

What We're Doing

Life Time has big goals to further reduce energy consumption, eliminate all single-use plastics from our clubs and double the number of schools and students benefited by the Life Time Foundation.

In the next five years, we plan to:
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    Continue our focus on conservation by reducing our gas and electric consumption by another 20% and water consumption by another 40%

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    Double the number of healthy lunches served and students benefitted by the Life Time Foundation

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    Committed to reduce the Company’s plastics footprint across all locations and Life Time events

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    Source locally grown ingredients in every LifeCafe®

How You Can Make a Difference

Life Time is dedicated to conserving natural resources for today and future generations — and you can help make a difference.

Whether you’re in the club or at home, here are some ways to join in our conservation efforts.

  • Water Conservation

    Consider installing low-flow showerheads in your bathrooms at home.

    Look at your water bill to monitor your water usage and make adjustments where you can. Roughly 60% of residential water usage occurs indoors through flushing toilets, washing clothes and showering.

  • Energy Conservation

    Turn off lights and appliances when you aren’t using them.

    Consider installing a programmable thermostat to reduce heating and cooling when you’re asleep or out of the house.

    Replace your light bulbs with energy-efficient alternatives, such as LEDs, to use 25–80% less electricity than traditional bulbs.

  • Waste Reduction

    Bring a reusable water bottle to fill at the water fountains throughout the club to stay hydrated during your workouts.

    If you use one of our plastic swimsuit bags, let it dry out and reuse it as much as possible.

Find more sustainability ideas here.