Joe DeSena, creator of the Spartan Races, is an extreme athlete so extreme that other extreme athletes say, “You’ve got to be kidding me!” Find out how he’s trying to spread the word that we’re all far more powerful than we even realize.
At 50, Chuck Freuler realized he was out of shape and unhealthy. He started to exercise, and now, at 85, he’s one of the fastest competitors in his age group at triathlon. Find out how what an active lifestyle has done for him over the past 35 years.
Challenges are nothing new to Martha Carswell — she’s a former pro basketball player and finished Ironman Kona. But when her bike was hit head on by a van, it shattered more than her body. See how she’s still learning to live again.
Slowly and steadily, Jonah Berger’s body is turning on him. A debilitating disease is weakening his arms, legs, feet and hands — but not his spirit. Find out how — and why! — he pushes himself to climb mountains and complete a triathlon.
Harriet Anderson is the most fearless and toughest athlete you’ll ever meet. At 73, she completed an Ironman triathlon with a broken collarbone!
The secret to staying active is to find something you enjoy. Activity becomes passion, and that’s really Growing Bolder.
A father of four decided one day it was time to show his kids how to grow up living a healthy lifestyle. It was hard at first, but the man now known as the Tri-Boomer has never looked back.
Fifty-one-year-old Ned Overend is the Michael Jordan of mountain biking. At age 52 he’s world class and still whippin’ the whippersnappers.