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Life Time Fitness Announces Third Quarter 2013 Financial Results

CHANHASSEN, Minn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–

Life Time Fitness, Inc. (LTM), The Healthy Way of Life Company, today reported its financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2013.

Third quarter 2013 revenue grew 7.2% to $316.0 million from $294.9 million during the same period last year. Revenue for the first nine months of 2013 grew 7.4% to $914.9 million from $851.6 million during the same period last year.

Net income for the quarter was $34.4 million, or $0.83 per diluted share, compared to net income of $32.1 million, or $0.77 per diluted share, for 3Q 2012. Net income for the first nine months of 2013 was $95.7 million, or $2.30 per diluted share, compared to net income of $88.1 million, or $2.10 per diluted share for the prior-year period.

“Our focus in 2013 continues to be upon improving the operational execution and consistency with which we deliver our broad range of programs, services and products in health, fitness and nutrition,” said Bahram Akradi, chairman, president and chief executive officer. “At the same time, our unwavering efforts to establish Life Time as the definitive Healthy Way of Life Company and brand are taking hold as communities, organizations and individuals alike select our offerings. As we look toward the acceleration of our new center expansion in 2014, we are well positioned to provide even more value to our customers.”

During the quarter, the Company opened its fourth center in Virginia, located in Reston (Washington D.C. market). The Company’s final planned 2013 new center opening will occur in November in Montvale, New Jersey (Greater New York market), representing the third Life Time location in New Jersey. In 2014, plans call for six new center openings in existing and new markets.

Three and Nine Months Ended September 30, 2013, Financial Highlights:

Total revenue for the third quarter grew 7.2% to $316.0 million from $294.9 million in 3Q 2012. Total revenue for the first nine months of 2013 grew 7.4% to $914.9 million from $851.6 million during the prior-year period.

    3Q 2013 vs. 3Q 2012
(in millions except revenue per membership data)

Membership dues

$195.7 vs. $187.6 (up 4.3%)

In-center revenue $97.2 vs. $90.5 (up 7.4%)
Other revenue $19.5 vs. $12.9 (up 51.3%)
 
Average center revenue per Access membership $421 vs. $403 (up 4.3%)
Average in-center revenue per Access membership $140 vs. $131 (up 6.6%)
Same-center revenue (open 13 months or longer) Up 4.2%
Same-center revenue (open 37 months or longer) Up 3.4%
 
YTD 2013 vs. YTD 2012
(in millions except revenue per membership data)

Membership dues

$576.8 vs. $547.9 (up 5.3%)

In-center revenue $286.5 vs. $265.3 (up 8.0%)
Other revenue $41.0 vs. $26.7 (up 53.6%)
 
Average center revenue per Access membership $1,243 vs. $1,182 (up 5.1%)
Average in-center revenue per Access membership $412 vs. $385 (up 7.2%)
Same-center revenue (open 13 months or longer) Up 4.2%
Same-center revenue (open 37 months or longer) Up 3.4%
 

Total memberships grew 0.7% to 801,851 at September 30, 2013, from 796,102 at September 30, 2012.

  • Access memberships grew 0.1% to 695,923 at September 30, 2013, from 695,271 at September 30, 2012.
  • Non-Access memberships grew 5.1% to 105,928 at September 30, 2013, from 100,831 at September 30, 2012.
  • Attrition in 3Q 2013 was 9.5% compared to 9.0% in the prior-year period. Attrition for the trailing 12-month period ended September 30, 2013, was 35.0% compared to trailing 12-month attrition of 32.9% at September 30, 2012.

Total operating expenses during 3Q 2013 were $253.2 million compared to $235.5 million for 3Q 2012. Total operating expenses for the first nine months of 2013 were $738.9 million compared to $687.3 million in 2012.

  • Income from operations margin was 19.9% for 3Q 2013 compared to 20.1% in the prior-year period.
  • Income from operations margin was 19.2% for the first nine months of 2013 compared to 19.3% for the first nine months of 2012.
(Expense as a percent of total revenue)    

3Q 2013 vs. 3Q 2012

   

YTD 2013 vs. YTD 2012

Center operations 57.1% vs. 57.5% 57.6% vs. 58.4%
Advertising and marketing 3.1% vs. 3.0% 3.3% vs. 3.4%
General and administrative 4.6% vs. 4.6% 5.0% vs. 4.8%
Other operating 5.8% vs. 4.8% 5.1% vs. 4.1%
Depreciation and amortization 9.5% vs. 10.0% 9.8% vs. 10.0%
 

Net income for 3Q 2013 was $34.4 million, or $0.83 per diluted share, compared to net income of $32.1 million, or $0.77 per diluted share, for 3Q 2012. Net income for the first nine months of 2013 was $95.7 million, or $2.30 per diluted share, compared to net income of $88.1 million, or $2.10 per diluted share, for the prior-year period.

EBITDA for 3Q 2013 was $93.2 million compared to $89.2 million in 3Q 2012. For the first nine months of 2013, EBITDA was $266.3 million compared with $250.7 million in the prior-year period.

  • As a percentage of total revenue, EBITDA in 3Q 2013 was 29.5% in 3Q 2013 and 30.2% in 3Q 2012.
  • For the first nine months of 2013, EBITDA, as a percentage of total revenue, was 29.1% compared to 29.4% in the prior-year period.

Cash flows from operating activities for the first nine months of 2013 totaled $190.8 million compared to $202.9 million in the prior-year period. This reduction is driven primarily by changes in operating assets and liabilities.

Weighted average fully diluted shares for 3Q 2013 totaled 41.6 million compared to 41.9 million in 3Q 2012. For the first nine months of 2013, weighted average fully diluted shares totaled 41.6 million compared to 41.9 million for the prior-year period.

2013 Business Outlook:

The following statements are based on the Company’s current expectations for fiscal year 2013 and incorporate 2013 operating trends. These 2013 expectations are subject to the risks and uncertainties further described in the Company’s forward-looking statements:

  • Revenue is expected to be up 7-7.5%, or $1.205-1.210 billion (updated from $1.205-1.220 billion), driven primarily by price and mix optimization, square foot expansion, and growth in in-center and ancillary business revenue.
  • Net income is expected to be up 9-10%, or $121.5-122.5 million (updated from $121.0-124.0 million), driven by revenue growth and cost efficiencies.
  • Diluted earnings per common share is expected to be $2.91-2.93 (updated from $2.89-2.95).

As announced on October 17, 2013, the Company will hold a conference call today at 10:00 a.m. ET to discuss its third quarter 2013 results. Bahram Akradi, Michael Robinson, executive vice president and chief financial officer, and John Heller, vice president, Finance and Investor Relations, will host the conference call. The conference call will be webcast and may be accessed via the Company’s Investor Relations section of its website at lifetimefitness.com. A replay of the call will be available the same day via the Company’s website beginning at approximately 2:00 p.m. ET.

About Life Time Fitness, Inc.

As The Healthy Way of Life Company, Life Time Fitness (LTM) helps organizations, communities and individuals achieve their total health objectives, athletic aspirations and fitness goals by engaging in their areas of interest — or discovering new passions — both inside and outside of Life Time’s distinctive and large sports, professional fitness, family recreation and spa destinations, most of which operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Company’s Healthy Way of Life approach enables customers to achieve this by providing the best programs, people and places of uncompromising quality and value. As of October 24, 2013, the Company operated 107 centers under the LIFE TIME FITNESS® and LIFE TIME ATHLETIC® brands in the United States and Canada. Additional information about Life Time centers, programs and services is available at lifetimefitness.com.

Forward-Looking Statements

This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Forward-looking statements can usually be identified by the use of terminology such as “anticipate,” “believe,” “continue,” “could,” “estimate,” “evolve,” “expect,” “forecast,” “intend,” “looking ahead,” “may,” “opinion,” “plan,” “possible,” “potential,” “project,” “should,” “will” and similar words or expressions. Forward-looking statements are subject to certain risks and uncertainties that could cause the Company’s actual results in the future to differ materially from its historical results and those presently anticipated or projected. Among these factors are attracting and retaining members, risks related to our debt levels and debt covenants, the ability to access our existing credit facility and obtain additional financing, strains on our business from continued and future growth, including potential acquisitions and other strategic initiatives, risks related to maintenance and security of our data, potential recognition of compensation expense related to performance-based stock grants, competition from other health and fitness centers, identifying and acquiring suitable sites for new centers, delays in opening new centers and other factors set forth in the risk factor section of the Company’s annual report on Form 10-K filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

The Company cautions investors not to place undue reliance on any such forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date on which such statements were made. The Company undertakes no obligation to update such statements to reflect events or circumstances arising after such date. All remarks made during the Company’s preliminary financial results webcast will be current at the time of the webcast and the Company is under no obligation to update the recording.

 
LIFE TIME FITNESS, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES
CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETS
(In thousands)
(Unaudited)
       
September 30, December 31,
2013 2012
ASSETS
CURRENT ASSETS:
Cash and cash equivalents $ 19,719 $ 16,499
Accounts receivable, net 9,834 9,272
Center operating supplies and inventories 30,691 27,240
Prepaid expenses and other current assets 25,545 26,826
Deferred membership origination costs 10,747 11,664
Deferred income taxes   4,037     8,813  
Total current assets 100,573 100,314
PROPERTY AND EQUIPMENT, net 2,024,070 1,858,666
RESTRICTED CASH 734 2,087
DEFERRED MEMBERSHIP ORIGINATION COSTS 6,019 6,820
GOODWILL 49,256 37,176
OTHER ASSETS   73,138     67,111  
TOTAL ASSETS $ 2,253,790   $ 2,072,174  
 
LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDERS’ EQUITY
CURRENT LIABILITIES:
Current maturities of long-term debt $ 14,469 $ 12,603
Accounts payable 28,890 32,140
Construction accounts payable 51,820 25,208
Accrued expenses 66,528 63,333
Deferred revenue   33,362     34,753  
Total current liabilities 195,069 168,037
LONG-TERM DEBT, net of current portion 774,323 691,867
DEFERRED RENT LIABILITY 24,858 22,490
DEFERRED INCOME TAXES 91,232 95,509
DEFERRED REVENUE 6,057 6,840
OTHER LIABILITIES   21,216     14,514  
Total liabilities   1,112,755     999,257  
SHAREHOLDERS’ EQUITY:
Common stock 854 864
Additional paid-in capital 420,557 447,912
Retained earnings 724,616 628,942
Accumulated other comprehensive loss   (4,992 )   (4,801 )
Total equity   1,141,035     1,072,917  
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDERS’ EQUITY $ 2,253,790   $ 2,072,174  
 
 
LIFE TIME FITNESS, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF OPERATIONS
(In thousands except per share data)
(Unaudited)
               
For the Three Months Ended For the Nine Months Ended
September 30, September 30,
2013 2012 2013 2012
REVENUE:
Membership dues $ 195,657 $ 187,568 $ 576,847 $ 547,933
Enrollment fees 3,598 3,859 10,567 11,742
In-center revenue   97,234     90,543     286,480     265,277  
Total center revenue 296,489 281,970 873,894 824,952
Other revenue   19,522     12,903     40,972     26,672  
Total revenue   316,011     294,873     914,866     851,624  
OPERATING EXPENSES:
Center operations 180,431 169,521 527,191 496,790
Advertising and marketing 9,758 8,826 30,346 28,871
General and administrative 14,531 13,631 45,600 41,190
Other operating 18,479 14,091 46,538 35,243
Depreciation and amortization   29,956     29,396     89,235     85,217  
Total operating expenses   253,155     235,465     738,910     687,311  
Income from operations   62,856     59,408     175,956     164,313  
OTHER INCOME (EXPENSE):
Interest expense, net (6,436 ) (6,510 ) (18,999 ) (19,332 )
Equity in earnings of affiliate   379     375     1,103     1,143  
Total other income (expense)   (6,057 )   (6,135 )   (17,896 )   (18,189 )
INCOME BEFORE INCOME TAXES 56,799 53,273 158,060 146,124
PROVISION FOR INCOME TAXES   22,413     21,129     62,386     58,016  
NET INCOME $ 34,386   $ 32,144   $ 95,674   $ 88,108  
 
BASIC EARNINGS PER COMMON SHARE $ 0.83   $ 0.77   $ 2.31   $ 2.13  
DILUTED EARNINGS PER COMMON SHARE $ 0.83   $ 0.77   $ 2.30   $ 2.10  
 
WEIGHTED AVERAGE NUMBER OF COMMON
SHARES OUTSTANDING – BASIC   41,307     41,484     41,353     41,370  
WEIGHTED AVERAGE NUMBER OF COMMON
SHARES OUTSTANDING – DILUTED   41,613     41,881     41,606     41,885  
 
 
LIFE TIME FITNESS, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS
(In thousands)
(Unaudited)
    For the Nine Months Ended
September 30,
2013     2012
CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES:
Net income $ 95,674 $ 88,108

Adjustments to reconcile net income to net cash provided by operating activities:

Depreciation and amortization 89,235 85,217
Deferred income taxes (583 ) (4,387 )
(Gain) loss on disposal of property and equipment, net (100 ) 1,231
Gain on sale of land held for sale (196 )
Amortization of deferred financing costs 1,635 1,504
Share-based compensation 9,410 10,862
Excess tax benefit related to share-based compensation (6,575 ) (9,138 )
Changes in operating assets and liabilities 2,726 30,429
Other   (659 )   (769 )
Net cash provided by operating activities   190,763     202,861  
 
CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES:
Purchases of property and equipment (224,542 ) (164,556 )
Acquisitions, net of cash acquired (13,102 ) (28,984 )
Proceeds from sale of property and equipment 1,116 673
Proceeds from sale of land held for sale 1,758
Proceeds from property insurance settlements 177 901
Increase in other assets (1,022 ) (94 )
Decrease in restricted cash   1,353     376  
Net cash used in investing activities   (236,020 )   (189,926 )
 
CASH FLOWS FROM FINANCING ACTIVITIES:
Proceeds from long-term borrowings 125,000
Repayments of long-term borrowings (31,773 ) (5,094 )
Repayments of revolving credit facility, net (7,150 ) (16,000 )
Increase in deferred financing costs (4,213 ) (306 )
Excess tax benefit related to share-based compensation 6,575 9,138
Proceeds from stock option exercises 1,563 2,088
Proceeds from employee stock purchase plan 1,074 999
Stock purchased for employee stock purchase plan (1,309 ) (1,290 )
Repurchases of common stock   (40,272 )    
Net cash provided by (used in) financing activities   49,495     (10,465 )
 
Effect of exchange rates on cash and cash equivalents   (1,018 )   (1,332 )
 
INCREASE IN CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS 3,220 1,138
CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS – Beginning of period   16,499     7,487  
CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS – End of period $ 19,719   $ 8,625  
 

Non-GAAP Financial Measures

This release and the related conference call disclose certain non-GAAP financial measures.

EBITDA. Earnings Before Interest, Income Taxes and Depreciation and Amortization (EBITDA) is a non-GAAP measure consisting of net income plus interest expense, net, provision for income taxes and depreciation and amortization. This term, as the Company defines it, may not be comparable to a similarly titled measure used by other companies and is not a measure of performance presented in accordance with GAAP. The Company uses EBITDA as a measure of operating performance. The funds depicted by EBITDA are not necessarily available for discretionary use if they are reserved for particular capital purposes, to maintain compliance with debt covenants, to service debt or to pay taxes. EBITDA should not be considered as a substitute for net income, net cash provided by operating activities or other income or cash flow data prepared in accordance with GAAP. Additional details related to EBITDA are provided in the Form 8-K that the Company filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on the date of this press release. The following table provides a reconciliation of net income, the most directly comparable GAAP measure, to EBITDA:

RECONCILIATION OF NET INCOME TO EBITDA
(In thousands)
(Unaudited)
               
For the Three Months Ended For the Nine Months Ended
September 30, September 30,
2013 2012 2013 2012
Net income $ 34,386 $ 32,144 $ 95,674 $ 88,108
Interest expense, net 6,436 6,510 18,999 19,332
Provision for income taxes 22,413 21,129 62,386 58,016
Depreciation and amortization   29,956   29,396   89,235   85,217
EBITDA $ 93,191 $ 89,179 $ 266,294 $ 250,673
 

Free Cash Flow. Free cash flow is a non-GAAP measure consisting of net cash provided by operating activities, less purchases of property and equipment, excluding acquisitions. This term, as the Company defines it, may not be comparable to a similarly titled measure used by other companies and does not represent the total increase or decrease in the cash balance presented in accordance with GAAP. The Company uses free cash flow as a measure of cash generated after spending on property and equipment. Free cash flow should not be considered as a substitute for net cash provided by operating activities prepared in accordance with GAAP. Additional details related to free cash flow are provided in the Form 8-K that the Company filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on the date of this press release. The following table provides a reconciliation of net cash provided by operating activities, the most directly comparable GAAP measure, to free cash flow:

RECONCILIATION OF NET CASH PROVIDED BY OPERATING ACTIVITIES TO FREE CASH FLOW
(In thousands)
(Unaudited)
               
For the Three Months Ended For the Nine Months Ended
September 30, September 30,
2013 2012 2013 2012
Net cash provided by operating activities $ 66,309 $ 60,671 $ 190,763 $ 202,861
Less: Purchases of property and equipment   (87,109 )   (58,454 )   (224,542 )   (164,556 )
Free cash flow $ (20,800 ) $ 2,217   $ (33,779 ) $ 38,305  

Contact:

Life Time Fitness, Inc.

Investor Relations:

John Heller, 952-229-7427

ir@lifetimefitness.com

or

Media Relations:

Jason Thunstrom, 952-229-7435

pr@lifetimefitness.com

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Life Time Fitness Announces Third Quarter 2013 Financial Results

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<div class="yom-mod yom-art-content bd" webReader="239.399008364"><p>CHANHASSEN, Minn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--</p><p>Life Time Fitness, Inc. (<a href="/q?s=ltm">LTM</a>), The Healthy Way of Life Company, today reported its financial results for the fourth quarter and full year ended December 31, 2012.</p><p>Fourth quarter 2012 revenue grew 9.7% to $275.3 million from $250.9 million during the same period last year. Total revenue for the year grew 11.2% to $1.127 billion from $1.014 billion in 2011.</p><p>Net income for the quarter was $23.4 million, or $0.56 per diluted share, compared to net income of $19.8 million, or $0.48 per diluted share, for 4Q 2011. Net income for the year was $111.5 million, or $2.66 per diluted share, compared to net income of $92.6 million, or $2.26 per diluted share, in 2011.</p><p>“For 2012, I am pleased to report double-digit growth in revenue, operating profit, net income, and earnings per share,” said Bahram Akradi, chairman, president and chief executive officer. “We also saw total-center revenue growth above 10%, along with solid revenue-per-membership and same-store-sales. Looking ahead, we are positioning our company for top-line growth through center expansion, new membership and programming initiatives, and expanded products and services. For 2013, we plan to open one new center in the first half of the year, our first in Alabama, and two in the second half, including one in Virginia and one in New Jersey. We also have initial plans to double our center openings in 2014, led by openings in New York and California early in the year.”</p><p><span class="bwuline"><strong>Three and Twelve Months Ended December 31, 2012, Financial Highlights:</strong></span></p><p><strong>Total revenue</strong> for the fourth quarter grew 9.7% to $275.3 million from $250.9 million in 4Q 2011. Total revenue for the year grew 11.2% to $1.127 billion from $1.014 billion in 2011.</p><table cellspacing="0" class="bwtablemarginb" webReader="-21.5"><tr webReader="5"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignb bwalignl"><strong>(Period-over-period growth)</strong></td>
<td> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignc" webReader="5">
<p class="bwcellpmargin"><strong>4Q 2012 vs. 4Q 2011</strong></p>
<p class="bwcellpmargin"><span class="bwuline"><strong>(in millions except revenue per membership data)</strong></span></p>
</td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">
<ul><li>Membership dues</li>
</ul></td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignm bwalignc">$179.7 vs. $166.9 (up 7.6%)</td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">
<ul><li>In-center revenue</li>
</ul></td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignm bwalignc">$83.0 vs. $73.7 (up 12.5%)</td>
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">
<ul><li>Other revenue</li>
</ul></td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignm bwalignc">$9.1 vs. $6.1 (up 48.6%)</td>
</tr><tr><td />
<td />
<td> </td>
</tr><tr webReader="3"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">
<ul><li>Average center revenue per membership (up 4.5% to $399 excluding the Lifestyle Family Fitness transaction (“LFF”))</li>
</ul></td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignm bwalignc">$393 vs. $380 (up 3.5%)</td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">
<ul><li>Average in-center revenue per membership (up 8.1% to $125 excluding LFF)</li>
</ul></td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignm bwalignc">$122 vs. $114 (up 7.1%)</td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">
<ul><li>Same-center revenue (open 13 months or longer)</li>
</ul></td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignm bwalignc">Up 3.6%</td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">
<ul><li>Same-center revenue (open 37 months or longer)</li>
</ul></td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignm bwalignc">Up 3.0%</td>
</tr></table><table cellspacing="0" class="bwtablemarginb" webReader="-18.5"><tr webReader="5"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignb bwalignl"><strong>(Period-over-period growth)</strong></td>
<td> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignc" webReader="5">
<p class="bwcellpmargin"><strong>2012 vs. 2011</strong></p>
<p class="bwcellpmargin"><span class="bwuline"><strong>(in millions except revenue per membership data)</strong></span></p>
</td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">
<ul><li>Membership dues</li>
</ul></td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignm bwalignc">$727.6 vs. $663.4 (up 9.7%)</td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">
<ul><li>In-center revenue</li>
</ul></td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignm bwalignc">$348.3 vs. $308.5 (up 12.9%)</td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">
<ul><li>Other revenue</li>
</ul></td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignm bwalignc">$35.7 vs. $23.3 (up 53.3%)</td>
</tr><tr><td />
<td />
<td> </td>
</tr><tr webReader="7"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">
<ul><li>Average center revenue per membership (up 4.7% to $1,618 excluding LFF)</li>
</ul></td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignm bwalignc">$1,587 vs. $1,543 (up 2.9%)</td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">
<ul><li>Average in-center revenue per membership (up 7.6% to $518 excluding LFF)</li>
</ul></td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignm bwalignc">$507 vs. $481 (up 5.4%)</td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">
<ul><li>Same-center revenue (open 13 months or longer)</li>
</ul></td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignm bwalignc">Up 4.3%</td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">
<ul><li>Same-center revenue (open 37 months or longer)</li>
</ul></td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignm bwalignc">Up 3.7%</td>
</tr></table><p><strong>Memberships</strong> grew 1.0% to 682,621 at December 31, 2012, from 676,054 at December 31, 2011.</p><ul><li class="bwlistitemmargb">Excluding memberships acquired in connection with LFF, memberships grew 2.4%.</li>
<li class="bwlistitemmargb">Attrition in 4Q 2012 was 10.4% compared to 9.6% in the prior-year period. Excluding LFF, 4Q 2012 attrition was 10.1%.</li>
<li class="bwlistitemmargb">Attrition for the trailing 12-month period ended December 31, 2012, was 38.2% compared to trailing 12-month attrition of 35.0% at December 31, 2011. Excluding LFF, trailing 12-month attrition was 36.9%.</li>
</ul><p><strong>Total operating expenses</strong> during 4Q 2012 were $231.4 million compared to $214.0 million for 4Q 2011. Total operating expenses for the year were $918.7 million compared to $840.4 million in 2011.</p><ul><li class="bwlistitemmargb">Income from operations margin was 16.0% for 4Q 2012 compared to 14.7% in the prior-year period.</li>
<li class="bwlistitemmargb">Income from operations margin for the year was 18.5% compared to 17.1% in 2011.</li>
</ul><table cellspacing="0" class="bwtablemarginb" webReader="-26"><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl"><strong>(Expense as a percent of total revenue)</strong></td>
<td> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignt bwalignc">
<p><span class="bwuline"><strong>4Q 2012 vs. 4Q 2011</strong></span></p>
</td>
<td> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignt bwalignc">
<p><span class="bwuline"><strong>2012 vs. 2011</strong></span></p>
</td>
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">
<ul><li>Center operations</li>
</ul></td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignm bwalignc">57.8% vs. 59.6%</td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignm bwalignc">58.2% vs. 60.7%</td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">
<ul><li>Advertising and marketing</li>
</ul></td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignm bwalignc">4.0% vs. 3.9%</td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignm bwalignc">3.5% vs. 3.5%</td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">
<ul><li>General and administrative</li>
</ul></td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignm bwalignc">5.3% vs. 6.9%</td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignm bwalignc">5.0% vs. 5.4%</td>
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">
<ul><li>Other operating</li>
</ul></td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignm bwalignc">6.1% vs. 4.8%</td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignm bwalignc">4.6% vs. 3.5%</td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">
<ul><li>Depreciation and amortization</li>
</ul></td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignm bwalignc">10.8% vs. 10.1%</td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignm bwalignc">10.2% vs. 9.8%</td>
</tr></table><p><strong>Net income</strong> for 4Q 2012 was $23.4 million, or $0.56 per diluted share, compared to net income of $19.8 million, or $0.48 per diluted share, for 4Q 2011. Net income for the year was $111.5 million, or $2.66 per diluted share, compared to net income of $92.6 million, or $2.26 per diluted share, in 2011.</p><p><strong>EBITDA</strong> for 4Q 2012 was $74.1 million compared to $62.4 million in 4Q 2011. For the year, EBITDA was $324.7 million compared to $273.4 million in 2011.</p><ul><li class="bwlistitemmargb">As a percentage of total revenue, EBITDA in 4Q 2012 was 26.9% compared to 24.9% in 4Q 2011.</li>
<li class="bwlistitemmargb">For the year, EBITDA, as a percentage of total revenue, was 28.8% compared to 27.0% in 2011.</li>
</ul><p><strong>Cash flows from operating activities</strong> for the year totaled $255.7 million compared to $227.9 million in 2011.</p><p><strong>Weighted average fully diluted shares</strong> for 4Q 2012 totaled 42.0 million compared to 41.3 million in 4Q 2011. For the year, weighted average fully diluted shares totaled 42.0 million compared to 40.9 million in 2011.</p><p><span class="bwuline"><strong>2013 Business Outlook:</strong></span></p><p>The following statements are based on the Company’s current expectations for fiscal year 2013 and incorporate 2012 operating trends. These 2013 expectations are subject to the risks and uncertainties further described in the Company’s forward-looking statements:</p><ul><li class="bwlistitemmargb"><strong>Revenue</strong> is expected to be up 6.5-8%, or $1.200-1.220 billion, driven primarily by price and mix optimization, and growth in in-center and ancillary business revenue.</li>
<li class="bwlistitemmargb"><strong>Net income</strong> is expected to be up 8-11%, or $120.0-124.0 million, driven by revenue growth and cost efficiencies.</li>
<li class="bwlistitemmargb"><strong>Diluted earnings per common share</strong> is expected to be $2.85-2.95.</li>
</ul><p>As announced on February 14, 2013, the Company will hold a conference call today at 10:00 a.m. ET to discuss its fourth quarter and full-year 2012 results. Bahram Akradi, Michael Robinson, executive vice president and chief financial officer, and John Heller, senior director, investor relations & treasurer, will host the conference call. The conference call will be webcast and may be accessed via the Company’s Investor Relations section of its website at lifetimefitness.com. A replay of the call will be available the same day via the Company’s website beginning at approximately 2:00 p.m. ET.</p><p><span class="bwuline"><strong>About Life Time Fitness, Inc.</strong></span></p><p>As The Healthy Way of Life Company, Life Time Fitness (<a href="/q?s=ltm">LTM</a>) helps organizations, communities and individuals achieve their total health objectives, athletic aspirations and fitness goals by engaging in their areas of interest – or discovering new passions – both inside and outside of Life Time’s distinctive and large sports, professional fitness, family recreation and spa destinations, most of which operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Company’s Healthy Way of Life approach enables customers to achieve this by providing the best programs, people and places of uncompromising quality and value. As of February 21, 2013, the Company operated 105 centers under the LIFE TIME FITNESS® and LIFE TIME ATHLETIC℠ brands in the United States and Canada. Additional information about Life Time centers, programs and services is available at lifetimefitness.com.</p><p><span class="bwuline"><strong>Forward-Looking Statements</strong></span></p><p>This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Forward-looking statements can usually be identified by the use of terminology such as “anticipate,” “believe,” “continue,” “could,” “estimate,” “evolve,” “expect,” “forecast,” “intend,” “looking ahead,” “may,” “opinion,” “plan,” “possible,” “potential,” “project,” “should,” “will” and similar words or expressions. Forward-looking statements are subject to certain risks and uncertainties that could cause the Company’s actual results in the future to differ materially from its historical results and those presently anticipated or projected. Among these factors are attracting and retaining members, risks related to our debt levels and debt covenants, the ability to access our existing credit facility and obtain additional financing, strains on our business from continued and future growth, including potential acquisitions and other strategic initiatives, risks related to maintenance and security of our data, potential recognition of compensation expense related to performance-based stock grants, competition from other health and fitness centers, identifying and acquiring suitable sites for new centers, delays in opening new centers and other factors set forth in the risk factor section of the Company’s annual report on Form 10-K filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.</p><p>The Company cautions investors not to place undue reliance on any such forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date on which such statements were made. The Company undertakes no obligation to update such statements to reflect events or circumstances arising after such date. All remarks made during the Company’s preliminary financial results webcast will be current at the time of the webcast and the Company is under no obligation to update the recording.</p><table cellspacing="0" class="bwtablemarginb" webReader="-12.5"><tr webReader="3"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignc" colspan="9"><strong>LIFE TIME FITNESS, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES</strong><br /><strong>CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETS</strong><br /><strong>(In thousands)</strong></td>
</tr><tr><td />
<td> </td>
<td colspan="3"/>
<td> </td>
<td colspan="3"/>
</tr><tr><td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignt bwalignc bwsinglebottom" colspan="3"><strong>December 31,</strong><br /><strong>2012</strong></td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignt bwalignc bwsinglebottom" colspan="3"><strong>December 31,</strong><br /><strong>2011</strong></td>
</tr><tr><td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignc" colspan="3"><strong>(Unaudited)</strong></td>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl"><strong>ASSETS</strong></td>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">CURRENT ASSETS:</td>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Cash and cash equivalents</td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">16,499</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">7,487</td>
<td />
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Accounts receivable, net</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">9,272</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">6,156</td>
<td />
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Center operating supplies and inventories</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">27,240</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">21,600</td>
<td />
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Prepaid expenses and other current assets</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">26,826</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">22,905</td>
<td />
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Deferred membership origination costs</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">11,664</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">12,525</td>
<td />
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Deferred income taxes</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">8,813</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">9,850</td>
<td />
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl3 bwpadb1 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Income tax receivable</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">-</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">5,022</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl6 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Total current assets</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">100,314</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">85,545</td>
<td />
</tr><tr webReader="3"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">PROPERTY AND EQUIPMENT, net</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">1,858,666</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">1,740,434</td>
<td />
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">RESTRICTED CASH</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">2,087</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">1,088</td>
<td />
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">DEFERRED MEMBERSHIP ORIGINATION COSTS</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">6,820</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">8,131</td>
<td />
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">GOODWILL</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">37,176</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">25,550</td>
<td />
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl0 bwpadb1 bwvertalignt bwalignl">OTHER ASSETS</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">67,111</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">55,080</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl6 bwpadb3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">TOTAL ASSETS</td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">2,072,174</td>
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">1,915,828</td>
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
</tr><tr><td />
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
<td />
<td colspan="3"> </td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl"><strong>LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY</strong></td>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">CURRENT LIABILITIES:</td>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Current maturities of long-term debt</td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">12,603</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">6,849</td>
<td />
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Accounts payable</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">32,140</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">22,035</td>
<td />
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Construction accounts payable</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">25,208</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">21,892</td>
<td />
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Accrued expenses</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">63,333</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">56,284</td>
<td />
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl3 bwpadb1 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Deferred revenue</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">34,753</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">33,898</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl6 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Total current liabilities</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">168,037</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">140,958</td>
<td />
</tr><tr webReader="3"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">LONG-TERM DEBT, net of current portion</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">691,867</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">679,449</td>
<td />
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">DEFERRED RENT LIABILITY</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">22,490</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">19,370</td>
<td />
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">DEFERRED INCOME TAXES</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">95,509</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">100,582</td>
<td />
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">DEFERRED REVENUE</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">6,840</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">8,203</td>
<td />
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl0 bwpadb1 bwvertalignt bwalignl">OTHER LIABILITIES</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">14,514</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">9,793</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl6 bwpadb1 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Total liabilities</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">999,257</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">958,355</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY:</td>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Common stock</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">864</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">849</td>
<td />
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Additional paid-in capital</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">447,912</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">441,813</td>
<td />
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Retained earnings</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">628,942</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">517,404</td>
<td />
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl3 bwpadb1 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Accumulated other comprehensive loss</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">(4,801</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl bwsinglebottom">)</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">(2,593</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl bwsinglebottom">)</td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl6 bwpadb1 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Total shareholders' equity</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">1,072,917</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">957,473</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl6 bwpadb3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">TOTAL LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY</td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">2,072,174</td>
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">1,915,828</td>
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
</tr><tr><td />
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td> </td>
</tr></table><table cellspacing="0" class="bwtablemarginb" webReader="-14"><tr webReader="4"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignc" colspan="17"><strong>LIFE TIME FITNESS, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES</strong><br /><strong>CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF OPERATIONS</strong><br /><strong>(In thousands except per share data)</strong></td>
</tr><tr><td />
<td> </td>
<td colspan="3"/>
<td> </td>
<td colspan="3"/>
<td> </td>
<td colspan="3"/>
<td> </td>
<td colspan="3"/>
</tr><tr webReader="6"><td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignt bwalignc bwsinglebottom" colspan="7"><strong>For the Three Months Ended</strong><br /><strong>December 31,</strong></td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignt bwalignc bwsinglebottom" colspan="7"><strong>For the Year Ended</strong><br /><strong>December 31,</strong></td>
</tr><tr><td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignc bwsinglebottom" colspan="3"><strong>2012</strong></td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignc bwsinglebottom" colspan="3"><strong>2011</strong></td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignc bwsinglebottom" colspan="3"><strong>2012</strong></td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignc bwsinglebottom" colspan="3"><strong>2011</strong></td>
</tr><tr><td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignc" colspan="3"><strong>(Unaudited)</strong></td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignc" colspan="3"><strong>(Unaudited)</strong></td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignc" colspan="3"><strong>(Unaudited)</strong></td>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">REVENUE:</td>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Membership dues</td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">179,663</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">166,909</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">727,596</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">663,439</td>
<td />
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Enrollment fees</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">3,604</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">4,157</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">15,346</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">18,447</td>
<td />
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl3 bwpadb1 bwvertalignt bwalignl">In-center revenue</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">82,988</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">73,745</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">348,265</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">308,474</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl6 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Total center revenue</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">266,255</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">244,811</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">1,091,207</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">990,360</td>
<td />
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl3 bwpadb1 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Other revenue</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">9,068</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">6,103</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">35,740</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">23,314</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl6 bwpadb1 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Total revenue</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">275,323</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">250,914</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">1,126,947</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">1,013,674</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">OPERATING EXPENSES:</td>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Center operations</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">159,097</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">149,436</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">655,887</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">614,949</td>
<td />
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Advertising and marketing</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">11,060</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">9,818</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">39,931</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">36,318</td>
<td />
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">General and administrative</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">14,525</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">17,429</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">55,715</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">54,736</td>
<td />
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Other operating</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">16,927</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">12,165</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">52,170</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">35,562</td>
<td />
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl3 bwpadb1 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Depreciation and amortization</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">29,799</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">25,198</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">115,016</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">98,843</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl6 bwpadb1 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Total operating expenses</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">231,408</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">214,046</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">918,719</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">840,408</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl6 bwpadb1 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Income from operations</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">43,915</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">36,868</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">208,228</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">173,266</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">OTHER INCOME (EXPENSE):</td>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Interest expense, net</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">(6,143</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl">)</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">(4,865</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl">)</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">(25,475</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl">)</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">(20,138</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl">)</td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl3 bwpadb1 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Equity in earnings of affiliate</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">339</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">326</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">1,482</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">1,299</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl6 bwpadb1 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Total other income (expense)</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">(5,804</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl bwsinglebottom">)</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">(4,539</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl bwsinglebottom">)</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">(23,993</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl bwsinglebottom">)</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">(18,839</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl bwsinglebottom">)</td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">INCOME BEFORE INCOME TAXES</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">38,111</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">32,329</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">184,235</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">154,427</td>
<td />
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl0 bwpadb1 bwvertalignt bwalignl">PROVISION FOR INCOME TAXES</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">14,681</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">12,486</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">72,697</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">61,810</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl0 bwpadb3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">NET INCOME</td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">23,430</td>
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">19,843</td>
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">111,538</td>
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">92,617</td>
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
</tr><tr><td />
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
<td />
<td colspan="3"> </td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl0 bwpadb3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">BASIC EARNINGS PER COMMON SHARE</td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">0.57</td>
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">0.49</td>
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">2.70</td>
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">2.29</td>
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl0 bwpadb3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">DILUTED EARNINGS PER COMMON SHARE</td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">0.56</td>
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">0.48</td>
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">2.66</td>
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">2.26</td>
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
</tr><tr><td />
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
<td />
<td colspan="3"> </td>
</tr><tr webReader="3"><td class="bwpadl3 bwpadb3 bwvertalignt bwalignl" webReader="5">
<p>WEIGHTED AVERAGE NUMBER OF COMMON SHARES OUTSTANDING - BASIC</p>
</td>
<td />
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">41,260</td>
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">40,487</td>
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">41,345</td>
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">40,358</td>
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
</tr><tr webReader="3"><td class="bwpadl3 bwpadb3 bwvertalignt bwalignl" webReader="5">
<p>WEIGHTED AVERAGE NUMBER OF COMMON SHARES OUTSTANDING - DILUTED</p>
</td>
<td />
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">42,015</td>
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">41,342</td>
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">41,972</td>
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">40,930</td>
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
</tr><tr><td />
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td> </td>
</tr></table><table cellspacing="0" class="bwtablemarginb" webReader="5.5"><tr webReader="3"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignc" colspan="9"><strong>LIFE TIME FITNESS, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES</strong><br /><strong>CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS</strong><br /><strong>(In thousands)</strong></td>
</tr><tr><td />
<td> </td>
<td colspan="3"/>
<td> </td>
<td colspan="3"/>
</tr><tr webReader="3"><td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignt bwalignc bwsinglebottom" colspan="7"><strong>For the Year Ended</strong><br /><strong>December 31,</strong></td>
</tr><tr><td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignc bwsinglebottom" colspan="3"><strong>2012</strong></td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignc bwsinglebottom" colspan="3"><strong>2011</strong></td>
</tr><tr><td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignc" colspan="3"><strong>(Unaudited)</strong></td>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES:</td>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Net income</td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">111,538</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">92,617</td>
<td />
</tr><tr webReader="3"><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl" webReader="5">
<p>Adjustments to reconcile net income to net cash provided by operating activities:</p>
</td>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl6 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Depreciation and amortization</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">115,016</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">98,843</td>
<td />
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl6 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Deferred income taxes</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">(2,832</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl">)</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">5,557</td>
<td />
</tr><tr webReader="3"><td class="bwpadl6 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Loss on disposal of property and equipment, net</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">1,086</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">1,779</td>
<td />
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl6 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Gain on sale of land held for sale</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">(196</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl">)</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">-</td>
<td />
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl6 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Amortization of deferred financing costs</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">2,003</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">2,269</td>
<td />
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl6 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Share-based compensation</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">14,686</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">19,767</td>
<td />
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl6 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Excess tax benefit related to share-based compensation</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">(8,502</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl">)</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">(3,537</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl">)</td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl6 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Changes in operating assets and liabilities</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">22,999</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">10,277</td>
<td />
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl6 bwpadb1 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Other</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">(53</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl bwsinglebottom">)</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">371</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl9 bwpadb1 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Net cash provided by operating activities</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">255,745</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">227,943</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
</tr><tr><td />
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
<td />
<td colspan="3"> </td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES:</td>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Purchases of property and equipment</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">(224,194</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl">)</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">(165,335</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl">)</td>
</tr><tr webReader="3"><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Acquisitions, net of cash acquired</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">(30,614</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl">)</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">(70,264</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl">)</td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Proceeds from sale of property and equipment</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">969</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">794</td>
<td />
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Proceeds from sale of land held for sale</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">1,758</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">-</td>
<td />
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Proceeds from property insurance settlements</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">909</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">464</td>
<td />
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Increase in other assets</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">(333</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl">)</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">(92</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl">)</td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl3 bwpadb1 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Decrease in restricted cash</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">102</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">1,484</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl9 bwpadb1 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Net cash used in investing activities</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">(251,403</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl bwsinglebottom">)</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">(232,949</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl bwsinglebottom">)</td>
</tr><tr><td />
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
<td />
<td colspan="3"> </td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">CASH FLOWS FROM FINANCING ACTIVITIES:</td>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Repayments of long-term borrowings</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">(6,929</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl">)</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">(79,192</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl">)</td>
</tr><tr webReader="3"><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Proceeds from revolving credit facility, net</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">22,000</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">77,800</td>
<td />
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Increase in deferred financing costs</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">(914</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl">)</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">(4,989</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl">)</td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Excess tax benefit related to share-based compensation</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">8,502</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">3,537</td>
<td />
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Proceeds from stock option exercises</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">2,342</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">3,162</td>
<td />
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Proceeds from employee stock purchase plan</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">1,206</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">1,061</td>
<td />
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Stock purchased for employee stock purchase plan</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">(1,290</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl">)</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">(1,113</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl">)</td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl3 bwpadb1 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Repurchases of common stock</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">(19,099</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl bwsinglebottom">)</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">-</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl9 bwpadb1 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Net cash provided by financing activities</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">5,818</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">266</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
</tr><tr><td />
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
<td />
<td colspan="3"> </td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl0 bwpadb1 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Effect of exchange rates on cash and cash equivalents</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">(1,148</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl bwsinglebottom">)</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">-</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
</tr><tr><td />
<td />
<td colspan="3"/>
<td />
<td colspan="3"> </td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">INCREASE (DECREASE) IN CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">9,012</td>
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">(4,740</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignl">)</td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl0 bwpadb1 bwvertalignt bwalignl">CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS - Beginning of period</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">7,487</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">12,227</td>
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl0 bwpadb3 bwvertalignt bwalignl">CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS - End of period</td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">16,499</td>
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwdoublebottom">7,487</td>
<td class="bwdoublebottom"> </td>
</tr><tr><td />
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td />
<td> </td>
</tr></table><p><span class="bwuline"><strong>Non-GAAP Financial Measures</strong></span></p><p>This release and the related conference call disclose certain non-GAAP financial measures.</p><p><strong>EBITDA.</strong> Earnings Before Interest, Income Taxes and Depreciation and Amortization (EBITDA) is a non-GAAP disclosure consisting of net income plus interest expense, net, provision for income taxes and depreciation and amortization. This term, as the Company defines it, may not be comparable to a similarly titled measure used by other companies and is not a measure of performance presented in accordance with GAAP. The Company uses EBITDA as a measure of operating performance. The funds depicted by EBITDA are not necessarily available for discretionary use if they are reserved for particular capital purposes, to maintain compliance with debt covenants, to service debt or to pay taxes. EBITDA should not be considered as a substitute for net income, net cash provided by operating activities or other income or cash flow data prepared in accordance with GAAP. Additional details related to EBITDA are provided in the Form 8-K that the Company filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on the date of this press release. The following table provides a reconciliation of net income, the most directly comparable GAAP measure, to EBITDA:</p><table cellspacing="0" class="bwtablemarginb" webReader="-24"><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignc" colspan="13"><strong>RECONCILIATION OF NET INCOME TO EBITDA</strong><br /><strong>(In thousands)</strong><br /><strong>(Unaudited)</strong></td>
</tr><tr><td />
<td> </td>
<td colspan="2"/>
<td> </td>
<td colspan="2"/>
<td> </td>
<td colspan="2"/>
<td> </td>
<td colspan="2"/>
</tr><tr webReader="6"><td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignt bwalignc bwsinglebottom" colspan="5"><strong>For the Three Months Ended</strong><br /><strong>December 31,</strong></td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignt bwalignc bwsinglebottom" colspan="5"><strong>For the Year Ended</strong><br /><strong>December 31,</strong></td>
</tr><tr><td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignc bwsinglebottom" colspan="2"><strong>2012</strong></td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignc bwsinglebottom" colspan="2"><strong>2011</strong></td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignc bwsinglebottom" colspan="2"><strong>2012</strong></td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignc bwsinglebottom" colspan="2"><strong>2011</strong></td>
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Net income</td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">23,430</td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">19,843</td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">111,538</td>
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">$</td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">92,617</td>
</tr><tr><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Interest expense, net</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">6,143</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">4,865</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">25,475</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">20,138</td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl0 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Provision for income taxes</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">14,681</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">12,486</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">72,697</td>
<td />
<td />
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr">61,810</td>
</tr><tr webReader="2"><td class="bwpadl0 bwpadb1 bwvertalignt bwalignl">Depreciation and amortization</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">29,799</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
<td class="bwpadl0 bwnowrap bwpadr0 bwvertalignb bwalignr bwsinglebottom">25,198</td>
<td />
<td class="bwsinglebottom"> </td>
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Life Time Fitness Announces Fourth Quarter and Full-Year 2012 Financial Results

CHANHASSEN, Minn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–

Life Time Fitness, Inc. (LTM), The Healthy Way of Life Company, today reported its financial results for the fourth quarter and full year ended December 31, 2012.

Fourth quarter 2012 revenue grew 9.7% to $275.3 million from $250.9 million during the same period last year. Total revenue for the year grew 11.2% to $1.127 billion from $1.014 billion in 2011.

Net income for the quarter was $23.4 million, or $0.56 per diluted share, compared to net income of $19.8 million, or $0.48 per diluted share, for 4Q 2011. Net income for the year was $111.5 million, or $2.66 per diluted share, compared to net income of $92.6 million, or $2.26 per diluted share, in 2011.

“For 2012, I am pleased to report double-digit growth in revenue, operating profit, net income, and earnings per share,” said Bahram Akradi, chairman, president and chief executive officer. “We also saw total-center revenue growth above 10%, along with solid revenue-per-membership and same-store-sales. Looking ahead, we are positioning our company for top-line growth through center expansion, new membership and programming initiatives, and expanded products and services. For 2013, we plan to open one new center in the first half of the year, our first in Alabama, and two in the second half, including one in Virginia and one in New Jersey. We also have initial plans to double our center openings in 2014, led by openings in New York and California early in the year.”

Three and Twelve Months Ended December 31, 2012, Financial Highlights:

Total revenue for the fourth quarter grew 9.7% to $275.3 million from $250.9 million in 4Q 2011. Total revenue for the year grew 11.2% to $1.127 billion from $1.014 billion in 2011.

(Period-over-period growth)  

4Q 2012 vs. 4Q 2011

(in millions except revenue per membership data)

  • Membership dues
$179.7 vs. $166.9 (up 7.6%)
  • In-center revenue
$83.0 vs. $73.7 (up 12.5%)
  • Other revenue
$9.1 vs. $6.1 (up 48.6%)
 
  • Average center revenue per membership (up 4.5% to $399 excluding the Lifestyle Family Fitness transaction (“LFF”))
$393 vs. $380 (up 3.5%)
  • Average in-center revenue per membership (up 8.1% to $125 excluding LFF)
$122 vs. $114 (up 7.1%)
  • Same-center revenue (open 13 months or longer)
Up 3.6%
  • Same-center revenue (open 37 months or longer)
Up 3.0%
(Period-over-period growth)  

2012 vs. 2011

(in millions except revenue per membership data)

  • Membership dues
$727.6 vs. $663.4 (up 9.7%)
  • In-center revenue
$348.3 vs. $308.5 (up 12.9%)
  • Other revenue
$35.7 vs. $23.3 (up 53.3%)
 
  • Average center revenue per membership (up 4.7% to $1,618 excluding LFF)
$1,587 vs. $1,543 (up 2.9%)
  • Average in-center revenue per membership (up 7.6% to $518 excluding LFF)
$507 vs. $481 (up 5.4%)
  • Same-center revenue (open 13 months or longer)
Up 4.3%
  • Same-center revenue (open 37 months or longer)
Up 3.7%

Memberships grew 1.0% to 682,621 at December 31, 2012, from 676,054 at December 31, 2011.

  • Excluding memberships acquired in connection with LFF, memberships grew 2.4%.
  • Attrition in 4Q 2012 was 10.4% compared to 9.6% in the prior-year period. Excluding LFF, 4Q 2012 attrition was 10.1%.
  • Attrition for the trailing 12-month period ended December 31, 2012, was 38.2% compared to trailing 12-month attrition of 35.0% at December 31, 2011. Excluding LFF, trailing 12-month attrition was 36.9%.

Total operating expenses during 4Q 2012 were $231.4 million compared to $214.0 million for 4Q 2011. Total operating expenses for the year were $918.7 million compared to $840.4 million in 2011.

  • Income from operations margin was 16.0% for 4Q 2012 compared to 14.7% in the prior-year period.
  • Income from operations margin for the year was 18.5% compared to 17.1% in 2011.
(Expense as a percent of total revenue)  

4Q 2012 vs. 4Q 2011

 

2012 vs. 2011

  • Center operations
57.8% vs. 59.6% 58.2% vs. 60.7%
  • Advertising and marketing
4.0% vs. 3.9% 3.5% vs. 3.5%
  • General and administrative
5.3% vs. 6.9% 5.0% vs. 5.4%
  • Other operating
6.1% vs. 4.8% 4.6% vs. 3.5%
  • Depreciation and amortization
10.8% vs. 10.1% 10.2% vs. 9.8%

Net income for 4Q 2012 was $23.4 million, or $0.56 per diluted share, compared to net income of $19.8 million, or $0.48 per diluted share, for 4Q 2011. Net income for the year was $111.5 million, or $2.66 per diluted share, compared to net income of $92.6 million, or $2.26 per diluted share, in 2011.

EBITDA for 4Q 2012 was $74.1 million compared to $62.4 million in 4Q 2011. For the year, EBITDA was $324.7 million compared to $273.4 million in 2011.

  • As a percentage of total revenue, EBITDA in 4Q 2012 was 26.9% compared to 24.9% in 4Q 2011.
  • For the year, EBITDA, as a percentage of total revenue, was 28.8% compared to 27.0% in 2011.

Cash flows from operating activities for the year totaled $255.7 million compared to $227.9 million in 2011.

Weighted average fully diluted shares for 4Q 2012 totaled 42.0 million compared to 41.3 million in 4Q 2011. For the year, weighted average fully diluted shares totaled 42.0 million compared to 40.9 million in 2011.

2013 Business Outlook:

The following statements are based on the Company’s current expectations for fiscal year 2013 and incorporate 2012 operating trends. These 2013 expectations are subject to the risks and uncertainties further described in the Company’s forward-looking statements:

  • Revenue is expected to be up 6.5-8%, or $1.200-1.220 billion, driven primarily by price and mix optimization, and growth in in-center and ancillary business revenue.
  • Net income is expected to be up 8-11%, or $120.0-124.0 million, driven by revenue growth and cost efficiencies.
  • Diluted earnings per common share is expected to be $2.85-2.95.

As announced on February 14, 2013, the Company will hold a conference call today at 10:00 a.m. ET to discuss its fourth quarter and full-year 2012 results. Bahram Akradi, Michael Robinson, executive vice president and chief financial officer, and John Heller, senior director, investor relations & treasurer, will host the conference call. The conference call will be webcast and may be accessed via the Company’s Investor Relations section of its website at lifetimefitness.com. A replay of the call will be available the same day via the Company’s website beginning at approximately 2:00 p.m. ET.

About Life Time Fitness, Inc.

As The Healthy Way of Life Company, Life Time Fitness (LTM) helps organizations, communities and individuals achieve their total health objectives, athletic aspirations and fitness goals by engaging in their areas of interest – or discovering new passions – both inside and outside of Life Time’s distinctive and large sports, professional fitness, family recreation and spa destinations, most of which operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Company’s Healthy Way of Life approach enables customers to achieve this by providing the best programs, people and places of uncompromising quality and value. As of February 21, 2013, the Company operated 105 centers under the LIFE TIME FITNESS® and LIFE TIME ATHLETIC℠ brands in the United States and Canada. Additional information about Life Time centers, programs and services is available at lifetimefitness.com.

Forward-Looking Statements

This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Forward-looking statements can usually be identified by the use of terminology such as “anticipate,” “believe,” “continue,” “could,” “estimate,” “evolve,” “expect,” “forecast,” “intend,” “looking ahead,” “may,” “opinion,” “plan,” “possible,” “potential,” “project,” “should,” “will” and similar words or expressions. Forward-looking statements are subject to certain risks and uncertainties that could cause the Company’s actual results in the future to differ materially from its historical results and those presently anticipated or projected. Among these factors are attracting and retaining members, risks related to our debt levels and debt covenants, the ability to access our existing credit facility and obtain additional financing, strains on our business from continued and future growth, including potential acquisitions and other strategic initiatives, risks related to maintenance and security of our data, potential recognition of compensation expense related to performance-based stock grants, competition from other health and fitness centers, identifying and acquiring suitable sites for new centers, delays in opening new centers and other factors set forth in the risk factor section of the Company’s annual report on Form 10-K filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

The Company cautions investors not to place undue reliance on any such forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date on which such statements were made. The Company undertakes no obligation to update such statements to reflect events or circumstances arising after such date. All remarks made during the Company’s preliminary financial results webcast will be current at the time of the webcast and the Company is under no obligation to update the recording.

LIFE TIME FITNESS, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES
CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETS
(In thousands)
   
December 31,
2012
December 31,
2011
(Unaudited)
ASSETS
CURRENT ASSETS:
Cash and cash equivalents $ 16,499 $ 7,487
Accounts receivable, net 9,272 6,156
Center operating supplies and inventories 27,240 21,600
Prepaid expenses and other current assets 26,826 22,905
Deferred membership origination costs 11,664 12,525
Deferred income taxes 8,813 9,850
Income tax receivable       5,022  
Total current assets 100,314 85,545
PROPERTY AND EQUIPMENT, net 1,858,666 1,740,434
RESTRICTED CASH 2,087 1,088
DEFERRED MEMBERSHIP ORIGINATION COSTS 6,820 8,131
GOODWILL 37,176 25,550
OTHER ASSETS   67,111     55,080  
TOTAL ASSETS $ 2,072,174   $ 1,915,828  
 
LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDERS’ EQUITY
CURRENT LIABILITIES:
Current maturities of long-term debt $ 12,603 $ 6,849
Accounts payable 32,140 22,035
Construction accounts payable 25,208 21,892
Accrued expenses 63,333 56,284
Deferred revenue   34,753     33,898  
Total current liabilities 168,037 140,958
LONG-TERM DEBT, net of current portion 691,867 679,449
DEFERRED RENT LIABILITY 22,490 19,370
DEFERRED INCOME TAXES 95,509 100,582
DEFERRED REVENUE 6,840 8,203
OTHER LIABILITIES   14,514     9,793  
Total liabilities   999,257     958,355  
SHAREHOLDERS’ EQUITY:
Common stock 864 849
Additional paid-in capital 447,912 441,813
Retained earnings 628,942 517,404
Accumulated other comprehensive loss   (4,801 )   (2,593 )
Total shareholders’ equity   1,072,917     957,473  
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDERS’ EQUITY $ 2,072,174   $ 1,915,828  
 
LIFE TIME FITNESS, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF OPERATIONS
(In thousands except per share data)
       
For the Three Months Ended
December 31,
For the Year Ended
December 31,
2012 2011 2012 2011
(Unaudited) (Unaudited) (Unaudited)
REVENUE:
Membership dues $ 179,663 $ 166,909 $ 727,596 $ 663,439
Enrollment fees 3,604 4,157 15,346 18,447
In-center revenue   82,988     73,745     348,265     308,474  
Total center revenue 266,255 244,811 1,091,207 990,360
Other revenue   9,068     6,103     35,740     23,314  
Total revenue   275,323     250,914     1,126,947     1,013,674  
OPERATING EXPENSES:
Center operations 159,097 149,436 655,887 614,949
Advertising and marketing 11,060 9,818 39,931 36,318
General and administrative 14,525 17,429 55,715 54,736
Other operating 16,927 12,165 52,170 35,562
Depreciation and amortization   29,799     25,198     115,016     98,843  
Total operating expenses   231,408     214,046     918,719     840,408  
Income from operations   43,915     36,868     208,228     173,266  
OTHER INCOME (EXPENSE):
Interest expense, net (6,143 ) (4,865 ) (25,475 ) (20,138 )
Equity in earnings of affiliate   339     326     1,482     1,299  
Total other income (expense)   (5,804 )   (4,539 )   (23,993 )   (18,839 )
INCOME BEFORE INCOME TAXES 38,111 32,329 184,235 154,427
PROVISION FOR INCOME TAXES   14,681     12,486     72,697     61,810  
NET INCOME $ 23,430   $ 19,843   $ 111,538   $ 92,617  
 
BASIC EARNINGS PER COMMON SHARE $ 0.57   $ 0.49   $ 2.70   $ 2.29  
DILUTED EARNINGS PER COMMON SHARE $ 0.56   $ 0.48   $ 2.66   $ 2.26  
 

WEIGHTED AVERAGE NUMBER OF COMMON SHARES OUTSTANDING – BASIC

  41,260     40,487     41,345     40,358  

WEIGHTED AVERAGE NUMBER OF COMMON SHARES OUTSTANDING – DILUTED

  42,015     41,342     41,972     40,930  
 
LIFE TIME FITNESS, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS
(In thousands)
   
For the Year Ended
December 31,
2012 2011
(Unaudited)
CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES:
Net income $ 111,538 $ 92,617

Adjustments to reconcile net income to net cash provided by operating activities:

Depreciation and amortization 115,016 98,843
Deferred income taxes (2,832 ) 5,557
Loss on disposal of property and equipment, net 1,086 1,779
Gain on sale of land held for sale (196 )
Amortization of deferred financing costs 2,003 2,269
Share-based compensation 14,686 19,767
Excess tax benefit related to share-based compensation (8,502 ) (3,537 )
Changes in operating assets and liabilities 22,999 10,277
Other   (53 )   371  
Net cash provided by operating activities   255,745     227,943  
 
CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES:
Purchases of property and equipment (224,194 ) (165,335 )
Acquisitions, net of cash acquired (30,614 ) (70,264 )
Proceeds from sale of property and equipment 969 794
Proceeds from sale of land held for sale 1,758
Proceeds from property insurance settlements 909 464
Increase in other assets (333 ) (92 )
Decrease in restricted cash   102     1,484  
Net cash used in investing activities   (251,403 )   (232,949 )
 
CASH FLOWS FROM FINANCING ACTIVITIES:
Repayments of long-term borrowings (6,929 ) (79,192 )
Proceeds from revolving credit facility, net 22,000 77,800
Increase in deferred financing costs (914 ) (4,989 )
Excess tax benefit related to share-based compensation 8,502 3,537
Proceeds from stock option exercises 2,342 3,162
Proceeds from employee stock purchase plan 1,206 1,061
Stock purchased for employee stock purchase plan (1,290 ) (1,113 )
Repurchases of common stock   (19,099 )    
Net cash provided by financing activities   5,818     266  
 
Effect of exchange rates on cash and cash equivalents   (1,148 )    
 
INCREASE (DECREASE) IN CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS 9,012 (4,740 )
CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS – Beginning of period   7,487     12,227  
CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS – End of period $ 16,499   $ 7,487  
 

Non-GAAP Financial Measures

This release and the related conference call disclose certain non-GAAP financial measures.

EBITDA. Earnings Before Interest, Income Taxes and Depreciation and Amortization (EBITDA) is a non-GAAP disclosure consisting of net income plus interest expense, net, provision for income taxes and depreciation and amortization. This term, as the Company defines it, may not be comparable to a similarly titled measure used by other companies and is not a measure of performance presented in accordance with GAAP. The Company uses EBITDA as a measure of operating performance. The funds depicted by EBITDA are not necessarily available for discretionary use if they are reserved for particular capital purposes, to maintain compliance with debt covenants, to service debt or to pay taxes. EBITDA should not be considered as a substitute for net income, net cash provided by operating activities or other income or cash flow data prepared in accordance with GAAP. Additional details related to EBITDA are provided in the Form 8-K that the Company filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on the date of this press release. The following table provides a reconciliation of net income, the most directly comparable GAAP measure, to EBITDA:

RECONCILIATION OF NET INCOME TO EBITDA
(In thousands)
(Unaudited)
       
For the Three Months Ended
December 31,
For the Year Ended
December 31,
2012 2011 2012 2011
Net income $ 23,430 $ 19,843 $ 111,538 $ 92,617
Interest expense, net 6,143 4,865 25,475 20,138
Provision for income taxes 14,681 12,486 72,697 61,810
Depreciation and amortization   29,799   25,198   115,016   98,843
EBITDA $ 74,053 $ 62,392 $ 324,726 $ 273,408
 

Free Cash Flow. Free cash flow is a non-GAAP measure consisting of net cash provided by operating activities, less purchases of property and equipment, excluding acquisitions. This term, as the Company defines it, may not be comparable to a similarly titled measure used by other companies and does not represent the total increase or decrease in the cash balance presented in accordance with GAAP. The Company uses free cash flow as a measure of cash generated after spending on property and equipment. Free cash flow should not be considered as a substitute for net cash provided by operating activities prepared in accordance with GAAP. Additional details related to free cash flow are provided in the Form 8-K that the Company filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on the date of this press release. The following table provides a reconciliation of net cash provided by operating activities, the most directly comparable GAAP measure, to free cash flow:

RECONCILIATION OF NET CASH PROVIDED BY OPERATING ACTIVITIES TO FREE CASH FLOW
(In thousands)
(Unaudited)
       
For the Three Months Ended
December 31,
For the Year Ended
December 31,
2012 2011 2012 2011
Net cash provided by operating activities $ 52,884 $ 50,621 $ 255,745 $ 227,943
Less: Purchases of property and equipment   (59,638 )   (43,186 )   (224,194 )   (165,335 )
Free cash flow $ (6,754 ) $ 7,435   $ 31,551   $ 62,608  
 

Non-GAAP Average Center Revenue Per Membership. Non-GAAP average center revenue per membership is a non-GAAP financial measure consisting of average center revenue per membership excluding the impact of LFF, which may provide a better metric for comparing operating results. The following table provides a reconciliation of average center revenue per membership, the most directly comparable GAAP measure, to non-GAAP average center revenue per membership:

RECONCILIATION OF AVERAGE CENTER REVENUE PER MEMBERSHIP
TO NON-GAAP AVERAGE CENTER REVENUE PER MEMBERSHIP
(Unaudited)
         
For the Three Months Ended
December 31,
Growth For the Year Ended
December 31,
Growth
2012 2011 Rate 2012 2011 Rate
Average center revenue per membership $ 393 $ 380 3.5 % $ 1,587 $ 1,543 2.9 %
Excluding the impact of LFF transaction   6   2     31   2  

Non-GAAP average center revenue per membership

$ 399 $ 382 4.5 % $ 1,618 $ 1,545 4.7 %
 

Non-GAAP Average In-Center Revenue Per Membership. Non-GAAP average in-center revenue per membership is a non-GAAP financial measure consisting of average in-center revenue per membership excluding the impact of LFF, which may provide a better metric for comparing operating results. The following table provides a reconciliation of average in-center revenue per membership, the most directly comparable GAAP measure, to non-GAAP average in-center revenue per membership:

RECONCILIATION OF AVERAGE IN-CENTER REVENUE PER MEMBERSHIP
TO NON-GAAP AVERAGE IN-CENTER REVENUE PER MEMBERSHIP
(Unaudited)
           
For the Three Months Ended
December 31,
Growth For the Year Ended
December 31,
Growth
2012 2011 Rate 2012 2011 Rate

Average in-center revenue per membership

$ 122 $ 114 7.1 % $ 507 $ 481 5.4 %
Excluding the impact of LFF transaction   3   1     11   1  

Non-GAAP average in-center revenue per membership

$ 125 $ 115 8.1 % $ 518 $ 482 7.6 %

Contact:

Life Time Fitness, Inc.

John Heller, 952-229-7427 (Investors)

ir@lifetimefitness.com

Jason Thunstrom, 952-229-7435 (Media)

pr@lifetimefitness.com

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