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.
Now, more than ever, we need to harness the power of mindfulness. Learn how to feel better mentally, emotionally and physically by developing your own mindfulness practice to fit your lifestyle.
How is your heart health? Do you know? Mark Williams nearly died of a heart attack, even though he didn’t think he had any symptoms of heart disease before nearly losing his life. Now he’s sharing what he hopes every person learns from his near-death experience.
Doro Bush Koch and Tricia Reilly Koch are the founders of BB&R Wellness. Growing Bolder Founder/CEO Marc Middleton sat down with both Doro and Tricia to talk about their work and passion for mindfulness.
Dr. Antonia Novello is the first woman and first Hispanic to serve as U.S. Surgeon General. In a thought-provoking conversation with Growing Bolder, she reveals how she felt the weight and pride of 59 million minorities on her shoulders after her appointment. Plus, she looks ahead to the coming age wave and explains the important steps our leaders and society must take to prepare for it.
Former U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Richard Carmona’s road to success was anything but easy. He was born to a poor immigrant family in New York City, where he experienced homelessness, hunger and health issues, only to rise to unimaginable heights of success. Today, he’s an in-demand thought leader who speaks passionately about the changes this nation needs to make in order to better care for our seniors.
She was one of the controversial Surgeon Generals in U.S. history and at 86 years old, former U.S. Surgeon General Joycelyn Elders is still speaking her mind. She weighs in on how we, as a nation, take care of our seniors and reveals what she wishes all young people knew about aging.
Tony de Leede is one of the world’s most successful wellness entrepreneurs. In the latest episode of GB One-on-One, he describes how his fitness goals have evolved as he’s aged and how he’s sharing that knowledge with others.
At the age of 50, retired pilot Orville Rogers began running for the first time. In 2008, at age 90, he entered his first national championship and the rest is history. Literally. Once he started running, he quickly set nearly 20 world records and now holds nearly every American and world record in both the 90-94 and 95-99 year old age groups.
If there’s one key lesson on active aging we hope you remember, it’s this: if you want to keep moving, you have to keep moving. See how these people are pursuing their passions, socializing with others, giving back and tapping into creative engagement to get and stay active in all areas of their lives. Let their examples inspire you on your journey ahead.