Growing Bolder TV show co-host Wendy Chioji is a hard woman to keep up with. We got Wendy to slow down just long enough to fill us in on some of recent exciting activities, including raising with Lance Armstrong in Hawaii and traveling to Japan.
Olympian Rowdy Gaines hosts the upcoming 60-minute program produced by Growing Bolder — highlighting men and women who pursue active, competitive and healthy lives through masters sports.
Wilderness adventurer John Davis is on a mission to restore and protect our wildlife habitats. To make his point, he just completed a 7,500-mile journey using nothing but manpower. Find out how he thinks he big trip will make a difference.
Who’s ready for a road trip? The world’s fittest truck driver checks in with us from the cab of his truck to tell us what kind of response he received from our first story and how he’s changing lives of truckers everywhere.
John Suscovich is leaving behind his job with Howard Stern to spend the next two years cycling around the world with his wife, visiting craft breweries and organic farms. He says he’s simply spreading retirement out over his entire life.
When he was diagnosed with terminal cancer in 1994, Wally Hild vowed that not only would he live but he’d also live to compete in an Ironman triathlon. He did both. Find out how he went from dying to thriving.
Looking for a fun way to get fitter faster? Hop on a bike! Fitness expert Selene Yeager has tips for picking out a bike and helping you get on the road to riding your way lean.
Wendy Chioji is an athlete, a cancer survivor, a journalist, a businesswoman, an advocate, and most of all, a really good friend. She’s also the newest member of the Growing Bolder team.
She’s been called the Iron Nun and the Nun on the Run, but Sister Madonna Buder says there’s one title that she’s really proud of — the oldest woman ever to complete an Ironman triathlon.
To celebrate his wife’s one-year cancer-free anniversary, John Hall hopped on his bike and pedaled 12,000 miles to raise money and awareness about breast cancer.