If you think someone 90 or older can’t bounce back from a broken hip, prepare to have your mind changed. Meet Dottie Gray, the 94-year-old who had her hip replaced less than a year ago and still showed up to compete at the National Senior Games.
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Even while self-quarantining, do your brain a favor and leverage the power of creative engagement. It’s a proven way to help keep your brain active and healthy. Get inspired by these examples of creativity in action.
We all feel a little helpless at times. We want to make a difference but don’t always know what to do or how to help. Here are a couple ideas to get started.
It’s important to remember during these days of self-quarantine that if want to keep moving, you have to keep moving. Granted, It’s a little bit tougher during the pandemic but the benefits are worth the effort. Just ask 103-year-old Julia “Hurricane” Hawkins.
It can be a challenge to stay active when our gyms, swimming pools, playgrounds, yoga and dance studios are all closed. Let these stories inspire you to keep moving because the benefits are nothing short of improving your overall quality of life.
COVID-19 does have most of us staying home these days, but it can’t stop us from protecting our brains. One way to do that is through novel, physical activity. Here’s how Stephen Jepson stays active and keeps his brain fit.
Growing Bolder is a book for every one, of every age, in every condition. Its messages and lessons inspire transformation and help to celebrate what’s to come at every stage of life. Step inside a GB Book Club meeting to see how this book is changing readers’ minds about aging.
Sportscaster Dan Patrick reached the very pinnacle of his career but his journey to the top of his profession has been anything but easy. In a candid interview, Patrick sits down with Growing Bolder to reveal why he walked away from what is considered the top job in the industry and talks openly about the painful medical condition that led to alcohol and drug dependency and depression. He shares what he’s learned on his journey to happiness and health.
Robert Hill was one of the world’s best dancers before retiring at the age of 41. That was nearly 20 years ago. As he nears 60, Hill, the artistic director of the famed Orlando Ballet, is staging a bold and unprecedented comeback.
Don’t let the headline fool you. This is not really about sports. It’s about a lifestyle that’s filled with fun, friendship and fitness. Learn more about what masters sports are, why masters athletes compete, and what these athletes are out to prove.
Here’s our message from Growing Bolder Founder/CEO Marc Middleton on how having a positive belief system can set you up for success.
The next time someone invites you to do something outside your comfort zone, say “Yes!”