According to the Center for Disease Control, 80% of people in this country do not engage in the total recommended amount of exercise needed to stay healthy. One of the most common reasons given is that many just do not want to go to a gym. But exercise does not have to be work. Here’s a lesson from a group of women between the ages of 75 and 96 who have found a way of disguising their exercise as fun.
Jim Hobart wanted to remember his grandparents, aunts, uncles and parents as they really were. He wanted more than an old photo and drawing of a family tree. He wanted to remember their voices, their movements, their daily passions. The result is the Legacy Life Project.
He’s one of the greatest keyboard players in rock, yet few know his name. Patrick Moraz, who played for Yes and the Moody Blues, was never in it for fame. For him, success is measured in spontaneity, experimentation and improvisation. See why he believes the same three ingredients are key to living a full and adventurous life.
When you become a big time, world wide rock star at the age of seventeen, what are you supposed to do when you’re 70? If there is something about music that keeps you “alive and well,” then this legendary guitarist seems to have discovered exactly what it is.
Life has never been easy for 98-year-old Annie Peters but that doesn’t mean she hasn’t enjoyed it. A recent cancer diagnosis has her thinking about death for the first time, but even that isn’t enough to diminish her passion for embracing all life has to offer. Her passion for savoring each second and the wisdom that comes with nearly 100 years in this world will inspire you to re-examine your own outlook on life.
Meet a woman who quit her stable corporate job to follow her passion and purpose — teaching yoga to children. It’s a path she never could have imagined for herself, but it’s one that’s not only changed her life, it’s having a dramatic effect on the lives of her youngest students.
Davey Johnson — one of the most interesting, intelligent and passionate figures in baseball — was always a winner. He became an all-star player and manager, only retiring from the game at the age of 70. And since then, he’s continued to prove that it’s not about age; it’s about attitude.
“I’m more comfortable being in the water than on the land,” Rowdy Gaines tells Growing Bolder in an exclusive sit-down interview, shortly after the world premiere of the new film Rowdy. That passion is at the heart of Rowdy, which is produced by television veteran Hannah Storm and her company Brainstormin’ Productions and will air on SEC Network.
“The Jersey Boys,” as they call themselves, say they’re powered by passion — and a love of walking on water. This group of barefoot water skiiers includes a retired medical oncologist, family physician, railroad worker and master plumber, ranging in age from mid-50s to late-70s. Their backgrounds are varied but their goal is the same: to keep Growing Bolder.
After more than 50 years and eight nominations, David Hackett has taken his rightful place in the Skateboarding Hall of Fame. And Growing Bolder was there for the induction ceremony and celebration.