Not even six different types of cancer and more than 20 surgeries can slow Tony Handler down. We catch up with this 75-year-old triathlon superstar.
Usually when you try something for the first time, it takes a while to perfect your craft. Not for The Italian Grandma, as she’s known across the Internet.
Successful aging is all about quality of life. A group of four friends from Jacksonville, Florida show how it’s done. In their 90s, they’re still working, traveling, laughing, loving life and setting world records.
World War II vet Ernie Andrus is 91 years old and always looking for a new adventure. So he’s currently running — yes, running! — across the country on a mission to preserve an important battleship and return it to Normandy Beach.
Do you think all of the decisions regarding your medical care rests solely in your doctors’ hands? Think again. Meet Kim Goodsell, a woman with no medical background, who unlocked the secrets of her rare diseases and changed her future.
Former NFL star and multiple humanitarian award winner Reggie Williams is waging a war to not only avoid amputation of his right leg but to do something he hasn’t done in over 10 years. He wants to run again. And not just anywhere.
The NFL may be the most popular sport in the country, but it’s no longer the only game in town. Did you know there’s a thriving nationwide women’s league? And no, this isn’t the Lingerie Bowl. This is hard-hitting, smashmouth tackle football.
Sam “Sonny” Bryant proves it’s never too late to not only get in shape but to get into the best shape of your life. At 70, he’s stronger, healthier and more confident than he’s ever been. Get his philosophy for ignoring “getting old.”
We’re in the final phases of editing the first film from Bolder Docs. Check out this two-minute segment from our upcoming documentary, Conquering Kilimanjaro.
Parkinson’s disease robs people of their independence and strips away their ability to control their own bodies. So how could that be considered a blessing? Meet Larry Smith and John Alexander, who are using their disease to change lives.