Flo Meiler is an 88-year-old great-grandmother and arguably the greatest all-around female athlete over the age of 85 that has ever lived.
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Something we all have in common is our fear of change, yet change is something we all face. One of the biggest changes happens when our careers come to an end. Then what? This is true whether you’re an ordinary person or the most decorated US Winter Olympian of all time. Speed skater Apolo Anton Ohno hasn’t been in the Olympics since 2010 but he’s still making an impact, this time by empowering you to make your life’s transitions be the best they can be.
On Sunday, golf great Phil Mickelson won the PGA Championship, becoming the oldest player in history to win a golf major. The 50-year-old is showing the world what it takes to keep Growing Bolder at any age.
Adversity can be the impetus we need to make ourselves stronger and try things we never thought possible. Robyn Benincasa was already a world-class athlete when she suffered a health setback. Now, she’s helping other women get their grooves back.
Walter Urban is 53 years old and he recently set a Guinness World Record for powerlifting. Find out what unbelievable record he set and why he thinks it’s important for all of us to follow our passions — wherever they take us.
Dr. Robert Huizenga has a harsh truth for every American — you’re living in a state of denial about your weight. Huizenga, who is the medical adviser for “The Biggest Loser,” says it’s time to stop making excuses.
After a 30-year layoff, this former college track star decided to get back into the competition. Did she ever! She’s now 56, grandmother of three, and holder of many national and even a world record!
She says she just wanted to survive — but after battling two potentially deadly diseases, Lois-Ann Gilmore is thriving. She says staying in shape helped her stay in the game, and now she’s smashing records and proving that it’s never too late.
Every time he gets into the pool, Jeff Farrell rewrites the rules of aging by rewriting records.
Ray Zahab is one of the most amazing people you’ve probably never heard of. Find out how he went from coach potato to setting a world record in the world’s most extreme place.
You may not know the name but you probably recognize his face from his various TV and movie roles. But it’s what he did in his youth that you need to know about.
We’re in the business of finding cool people doing remarkable things. Or remarkable people doing cool things. Dr. Lucky Meisenheimer is both.