Denise Austin has been empowering people to take ownership of their fitness for decades. She was one of the first and one of the biggest names to burst onto the scene in the 1980s, and she helped the industry grow and evolve to where it is today. She’s sold more than 25 million videos and DVDs, starred on countless TV shows and written a dozen books. Now in her 60s, she is still fit, still amazing and still going strong, anxious to share what she’s learned along the way.
Kenny Rogers has passed away at the age of 81. Rogers career spanned nearly six decades during which time he had 24 number-one hits and more than 50 million albums sold in the US alone. Last year we had the pleasure of featuring him in an article for the spring issue of Growing Bolder Magazine where he reflected on old friends and shared what life was like in his later years.
You’ve probably been hearing a lot about the power of meditation during stressful times like these, but does it actually work? In this article, Dan Harris of ABC discusses how he turned his skepticism into a daily mediation practice.
Right now, it’s easy to drift into a downward spiral of negativity. These 5 questions with New York Times bestselling author, Neil Pasricha, will help guide you back towards embracing a positive mindset.
Barbara Beskind smashes stereotypes every time she goes to work. At 94, she is by far the oldest member of the world-famous, human-centered design team IDEO in Silicon Valley. Some of IDEO’s designs include Apple’s first mouse and the Pilates machine. Many of Beskind’s co-workers are 60 or even 70 years younger, but they’re soaking up her life experiences.
America fell in love with Valerie Bertinelli when she starred as Barbara Cooper, the gorgeous girl-next-door on the hit CBS sitcom One Day at a Time. Now more than 40 years later, she discusses her journey towards living a healthy lifestyle and maintaining a positive mindset.
Four-time Olympian, Ruben Gonzalez, hopes his unlikely story inspires you to go for it.
Some of the most fashionable people aren’t walking the runways in Milan and Paris; they’re strutting down the streets in cities across the world. Photographer Ari Seth Cohen highlights the world of stylish, chic and interesting older men and women, and it’s created a movement. Discover how he uses his photos to create conversations about vibrant, active aging.
More than 60 years ago, Barbara Giacino left Syracuse University a few credits shy of her degree in order to get married and raise her family. At 84, she decided she really wanted to finish up her coursework, so she did. This week, she returned to the Central New York campus to, at long last, receive her diploma.
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