Here’s a secret: none of us will get out of this life alive. So, why are we all so afraid to discuss death, dying and end-of-life issues? Growing Bolder is not only willing to talk about it, we’re hoping to launch a national conversation surrounding the issues we’ll all someday face. Learn how to live and die well.
Many people say one of the scariest parts of aging is losing their independence. See how a new program is helping people age — and thrive — in place: at home!
In his seven years at the helm of U.S. Masters Swimming, outgoing executive director Rob Butcher has helped create a robust organization to support thousands of masters swimmers. His reason for leaving an organization and mission he loves is deeply personal. And it’s why he’s been awarded the 2015 Growing Bolder Inspiration Award.
Thirty years after he took his final jump, a former track star-turned-orthopaedic surgeon rediscovers the passion of his youth. See how returning to competition has inspired those around him and helped this highly regarded physician better understand the mindset of the aging athlete.
Wendy Chioji wants you to just yes to adventures in life. Don’t just take her word for it. See how she’s living that philosophy in her own life.
An alarming number of men are being diagnosed with a symptomless cancer, and you’ll never believe what it’s been liked to: sex. Find out what you need to know about preventing, diagnosing and treating this cancer.
Just as he was about to achieve his dream of becoming a police officer, Richard Belanger suffered three heart attacks — in the same day.
Surviving & Thriving host Wendy Chioji is in the midst of a battle against a recurrence of thymic carcinoma. She’s just enrolled in a new cutting-edge clinical trial and she’s sharing an update on how it’s affecting her health and her passions for fitness and travel. It’s an inspirational message of hope and a testament to the power of hope.
You may think it’s just music to your ears but music is actually a whole lot more. On this special episode of Growing Bolder, we celebrate the power of music and its potential to improve your life in countless ways.
See how 72-year-old yogini Janice Lennard takes a calm approach to fitness. Her methods and teachings are catching on worldwide!