Since 1968, legendary track and field coach Brooks Johnson has had at least one athlete in every single Olympic Games. And his streak may continue in 2012. He offers tips for anyone, no matter their talents, looking to live up to their potential in life.
We see the stories all the time about youth sports coaches who lose control or erupt in profanity-laced tirades. Fortunately, most are dedicated volunteers who just want to give back. The best ones make a difference not just in a game but in a life.
Couch potatoes rejoice! A world-class athlete and coach says even if you’ve spent years sitting on your behind you can compete in a triathlon.
Gymnast Wendy Bruce went from gold medalist to parent and coach. And during that transformation she realized what was really the secret to success — fun!
20 years after a remarkable pitching career, Frank Viola has taken his skill and turned it into inspiration for young baseball players who wish to follow his footsteps.
Something unusual is happening all across America. Men and women are getting up before the crack of dawn to participate in one of fastest-growing sports for the over-40 crowd.
He’s been called Vincent Van Golf. Meet Jay Golden, the best golfer you’ve never heard of and the funniest man on the links. He’s an artist, musician and trick shot specialist.
Cliff Eggink, aka the Iron Geezer, gives hope to couch potatoes everywhere.
World-famous pediatrician Dr. Berry Brazelton has been coaching parents for six decades.
Ronda Beaman is a professor, dream coach, personal trainer and author of “You’re Only Young Twice: 10 Do-Overs to Reawaken Your Spirit.”