Have you ever felt like you are too old to do something? That will change when you meet a 90-year-old hockey player!
What makes people wake up before the sun to lace up their sneakers and hit the pavement? In a word: hope. See how people who meet at start lines all across the world have discovered a way to improve their bodies, minds and futures.
A record number of runners and walkers gathered for the historic 39th annual Winter Park Road Race, but there was one runner everyone wanted to meet — 86-year-old Ann Kahl. She gives you a pep talk for incorporating movement into your life.
Meet the three-time cancer survivor who is also the oldest woman to ever run a marathon. We get an inspirational message of hope from 92-year-old Harriette Thompson about what’s possible in life.
Find out how a great laugh and a desire to make people smile can be all it takes to make the world a better place! Get your toes tapping with the one and only Movin’ Melvin Brown!
Meet the highly respected cancer doctor who took up weightlifting in his 50s because he wanted to prove something life-changing and maybe even life-saving to us all. Now in his 70s, wait until you hear how he is smashing world records and changing the world’s perceptions on fitness for older adults.
In this episode of the Team Growing Bolder Track Shack podcast, Track Shack co-owner Betsy Hughes explains why it’s never too late to transform your life. If you need more inspiration, listen to 96-year-old fitness superstar Charles Eugster shares his tips for getting started.
Charles Eugster is a 96-year-old superman who is the greatest athlete in the world over the age of 90. He says you can discover your own Fountain of Youth at any age. He didn’t find his until his mid-60s!
Multisport athlete Celeste Callahan is 72 years old and nothing like the grandmothers of the past! Find out what drove this triathlete, marathoner and mountain climber to discover her passion for living life boldly.
Dennis Branham has been boldly going where few have gone for decades. After a career in the space industry, he’s now the world’s fastest 85-year-old runner. Find out what inspired him to start and why he’s stuck with running, despite not discovering the sport until his late 30s.