He’s a 20-time wrestling national champion and former Olympic athlete who has reinvented himself as a businessman, inventor and jump rope expert. See why Buddy Lee believes it’s the most efficient form of exercise that anyone from 6 to 100 can do.
Pat Williams is a man who knows how to get things done. From co-founding an NBA team to writing nearly 90 books and running in dozens of marathons, he believes there’s nothing you can’t do. It’s the same attitude he’s bringing to fighting his cancer.
Sandy Scott is living proof that it’s never too late to try new things or to be great. He is so interesting and inspiring that we’ve invited him to join Team GB Elite. See what makes him one of the most unique 74-year-olds on the planet.
Is coffee bad for you? What’s better — sugar or “fake” sugar? Just what makes white flour so bad for your body? And have you had your thyroid checked lately? Dr. Nancy Simpkins shares the news you need to know about getting and staying healthy.
Fitness and nutrition expert Lisa Lynn has a track record of success and of helping people who don’t think it’s going to work for them. She explains how her own years of failed diets and eating habits led her discover what really works. Get her tips.
There are few people whose sole goal in life is to make people feel better about themselves, but that’s exactly what Richard Simmons has been doing for nearly 40 years. He shares his own personal struggles and offers his tips for healing yourself.
Four-time Olympic triathlete Hunter Kemper recently took a break from his training in Colorado to return to his hometown — to take a walk. He reveals the health scare that inspired his father to drastically change his life and what you can learn.
Active Baby Boomers can pursue their passions for decades, and now, even a potentially serious injury no longer has to sideline them. World-renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Robert Masson explains the crucial role patients play in their own recoveries.
Even though we all have aches and pains in life, there is no excuse for sitting on the couch. Don’t believe us? Just ask 74-year-old weightlifter Winifred Pristell, who overcame obesity, heavy drinking and arthritis to become a world record-holder.
How do your five best friends influence your health decisions? Does your city make activity and easy choice? Longevity expert Dan Buettner explains how these factors could be shortening the length of your life.