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.
Sgt. 1st Class Joe Kapacziewski is the first and only amputee in Army Rangers’ history to return to combat, and he did it a stunning five times. He explains why he realized amputating his injured leg was the only way to maintain his active lifestyle.
Growing Bolder contributor Wendy Chioji waged a very public battle against her breast cancer. Now, 12 years after her diagnosis, she travels the world seeking adventures and living life boldly. We get her to slow down for an update on her latest news
At 50, Chuck Freuler realized he was out of shape and unhealthy. He started to exercise, and now, at 85, he’s one of the fastest competitors in his age group at triathlon. Find out how what an active lifestyle has done for him over the past 35 years.
If you think high-endurance athletes can’t fuel their bodies on plant-based diets, wait until you meet Rich Roll, who initially tried to prove his wife wrong about a vegetarian diet. He’s now one of the world’s fittest men and a dedicated vegan.
Who has Tony Handler beat at every one of his 255 triathlons? Mr. Cancer. This eight-time survivor explains how he went from being given two years to live 29 years ago to an Ironman triathlete. Find out what amazing goal he’s working toward now.
Meet a man who’s survived cancer four times, a heart transplant and an Ironman triathlon. He wants you to start thinking of every day on earth as your first — not last. He explains.
Challenges are nothing new to Martha Carswell — she’s a former pro basketball player and finished Ironman Kona. But when her bike was hit head on by a van, it shattered more than her body. See how she’s still learning to live again.
Who’s ready for a road trip? The world’s fittest truck driver checks in with us from the cab of his truck to tell us what kind of response he received from our first story and how he’s changing lives of truckers everywhere.
Slowly and steadily, Jonah Berger’s body is turning on him. A debilitating disease is weakening his arms, legs, feet and hands — but not his spirit. Find out how — and why! — he pushes himself to climb mountains and complete a triathlon.