Bonus Feature: Tony Handler
He's survived six types of cancer and 19 surgeries, but Tony Handler doesn't measure success in hospital records. He measures them in finish lines. This Ironman triathlete will inspire you with his Surviving and Thriving story.
Iron Nun on the Run
She's the oldest person ever to finish the Ironman Triathlon but Sister Madonna Buder says it's not about setting records. See what keeps her running and hear her reflections on being just a mile away from the Boston Marathon bombings.
Army Strong--Kick Ass Healthy for Life
Of all times and places in the history of the world, right now is the best time to live a long, healthy, kick ass life. In a month I will be 60 years old and begin my last two years in the Army National Guard. All soldiers are supposed to get out by age 58 on active duty, and 60 in the Guard. But I got a waiver to stay in two more years. Part of my case for a waiver was that I scored the max on...
The Growing Bolder Radio Show: Nov. 21, 2009
This week's guests include actor Ernest Borgnine, space pioneer Joe Kittinger, cancer survivor, heart transplant recipient and Ironman triathlete Kyle Garlett and we go Inside the Story with musician Wayne Gratz.
Growing Bolder Radio Show: Sept. 25, 2010
What does aging mean to you? If it means reinventing your life, completing Ironman triathlons in your 80s and defeating ageism, then you've come to the right place.
What's On Your Bucket List?
What would you do if you knew your life was about to end? That's the premise of a new movie, starring some Hollywood heavyweights who are all about Growing Bolder in their real and make-believe worlds.
2009: A Year of Bolder Thinking
We're looking into our past to show you the way forward. Some of our favorite guests of 2008 from the GB Radio Show will inspire you to start 2009 off on the right foot.
Do You Know Your Risk of Developing Prostate Cancer?
Did you know that a man is 35 percent more likely to be diagnosed with prostate cancer than a woman is to be diagnosed with breast cancer? Guys, it's time to start talking about cancer and ways to prevent this deadly, but very treatable, disease.