Bob Wheeler believes the aches and pains we all experience as we age should not be excuses to not do big things. In his case, that big thing is mountain-climbing, most notably climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro — at the age of 85!
At some point in our lives, our bodies will be asked to perform in a way we never expected. Will you be ready? Now is the time to prepare. Robert Masson, M.D., of the NeuroSpine Institute, explains how he personally is prehabbing his body for whatever challenges or opportunities are to come.
For 40 years, Dr. Paul Magelli has battled heart disease. It’s a disease that took the life of his identical brother at 45. Now in his 80s, Paul explains why he’s taking his fight against the disease to the top of the world’s tallest free-standing mountain.
Bonner Paddock was born with cerebral palsy but it hasn’t slowed him down. From climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro to completing a grueling Ironman triathlon, he explains why he’s motivated to make a positive difference in the world.
What do you do when a friend, business associate and mountaineering icon asks you to produce a video promoting his one-of-a-kind corporate speaking business? You do it. And whether you want to hire Chris Warner or not, we know you’ll be inspired by what he’s accomplished and learned on the world’s most dangerous mountains.
Dr. Robert Masson is a world-renowned neurosurgeon. He’s also the son and brother of those afflicted by cancer. He explains how he hopes his trek to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro sends a message of hope to others dealing with challenges in life.
Doug Ulman is not one to back down from challenges. From battling cancer three times, to building LIVESTRONG into one of the world’s most powerful and effective cancer fighting communities and then leading the organization through its biggest crisis, Ulman has been a fearless warrior.
Bree Sandlin has faced her share of challenges in her life. After years of battling infertility, she was blessed with twins, only to watch one suffer from a stroke and an eventual cerebral palsy diagnosis. And then came her own cancer diagnosis in her 30s. But she has a message: love is the most powerful weapon of all.
Stuart Scott, a longtime anchor at ESPN, died Sunday morning at the age of 49 after a long battle with cancer. Stu was a good friend of many at GB who worked with him for years in local television. See how his friends paid tribute to him on Mt. Kilimanjaro.
World-renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Robert Masson is a passionate advocate for what he calls extreme recovery. It’s a philosophy he proved himself when he scaled the world’s tallest freestanding mountain just months after major surgery. He offers tips for taking control of your own health.