Rachel Veitch's Final Joyride With Chariot
Her body broke down before her beloved car -- but 93-year-old Rachel Veitch wouldn't have it any other way. Come along as Growing Bolder joins the viral video star for her last ride in her Mercury Comet Caliente.
Pat Williams: Mission Accomplished
One year ago, NBA executive and motivational speaker Pat Williams revealed he has multiple myeloma, an incurable, inoperable cancer. He declared that day, "The mission is remission." He returns with good news.
The Boogie Woogie Man
Tommy Johnson may be the fastest Boogie Woogie man alive but no one knew it until he overcame his fear of the Internet and posted a video on YouTube. Now this 71-year-old keyboard wizard is having the time of his life and has fans all over the world.
She's 96 and Still Teaching Yoga
Adela Choquet is 96 years old and STILL teaching yoga several times a week. We first met her five years ago, and wait until you see how fit and fabulous she is. Her goal is to keep teaching until at least 100, and somehow, we think she can do it!
Growing Bolder Radio Show: The Video Show
In this very special episode of the Growing Bolder Radio Show, we're sharing some of our favorite videos that perfectly illustrate the Growing Bolder philosophy. Join Marc and Bill inside the studio!
Masters Sports: The Fountain of Youth
Olympian Rowdy Gaines hosts the upcoming 60-minute program produced by Growing Bolder -- highlighting men and women who pursue active, competitive and healthy lives through masters sports.
The Unigeezer Accepts the GB Challenge
This is the year of the Growing Bolder Challenge. It's the year you make a deal with yourself to improve your health and fitness. Terry Peterson, aka the Unigeezer, accepted the GB Challenge in a big, bold way.
The History of 'Eight Miles High'
"Eight Miles High" was The Byrds' third (and final) top 20 hit. But why were there two versions of the song? Why was it briefly banned from radio? And which famous musician's instrument is emulated in it? Byrds' co-founder Roger McGuinn reveals all.
Tuskegee Airmen: Leaving a Legacy
The Tuskegee Airmen have been immortalized for their heroism in WWII. They fought two wars, one against the Axis powers, the other against prejudice at home. Fewer than 50 Red Tail pilots are alive today, so we jumped at the chance to meet three.
Healthy 100: Activity
Activity is an important part of the longevity lifestyle. We've all heard the old saying "use it or lose it" -- that's true when it comes to the body and the mind. Find out more about the mind-body connection.
Time: 01:33From: Growing Bolder
Added: 2012-02-01 18:56
Posted in: Healthy 100 Minutes