At some point in our lives, our bodies will be asked to perform in a way we never expected. Will you be ready? Now is the time to prepare. Robert Masson, M.D., of the NeuroSpine Institute, explains how he personally is prehabbing his body for whatever challenges or opportunities are to come.
For 25 years, the Learning Institute for Elders (LIFE) has presented a weekly speaker series at the University of Central Florida. With every weekly presentation, LIFE dispels the stereotype of aging being a time of loss and loneliness. See how it’s changing lives.
Long-time NBC swimming analyst, three-time Olympic gold medalist and Growing Bolder contributor Rowdy Gaines checks in with us via Skype from Rio to preview this summer’s games.
No matter what obstacle makes it into your path, you can overcome. Believe in big dreams, even if they seem impossible. Plus, how women are steering auto racing in a new direction and an inspirational swim team makes quite a splash!
Some people know exactly what career or passions they want to pursue for the rest of their lives from a young age. For most of us, it’s a process of trial and error. What happens when lightning strikes? Magic. Meet the Lightning Stalker, one of the world’s most respected photographers of lightning, and find out why your true passions are always worth fighting for.
Robert Masson, M.D., of the NeuroSpine Institute, explains how smart choices can protect and preserve your body for life. Find out how to honor and enjoy our bodies and make them last a lifetime.
Globally renowned neurosurgeon Robert Masson, M.D., says even if vigorous activity leads to the occasional injury, it’s the most important thing you can do to ensure a long, healthy life. Find out why.
As a patient advocate, Dr. Robert Masson strongly encourages patients to get more involved, more aware and more active in ensuring their insurance provides them access to the best care possible. Get his tips.
For 40 years, Dr. Paul Magelli has battled heart disease. It’s a disease that took the life of his identical brother at 45. Now in his 80s, Paul explains why he’s taking his fight against the disease to the top of the world’s tallest free-standing mountain.
Functional fitness is not about sculpting a bikini body or building biceps and welcoming others to “the gun show.” It’s about creating the kind of strength, flexibility and mobility that allows us to live active, independent lives for as long as possible. It’s about reducing the risk of injury and preventing the epidemic of falling.