Growing Bolder Day is designed to appeal to adults of all ages, to celebrate the value of intergenerational connection, and to change belief systems about how our later years can look.
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Travis and Mark Macy are a father and son who spent a lifetime together pushing their physical limits by participating…
Neal Ater only started running at 59 years old. Now at 72, he’s run races all over the world and has no plans to stop. He shares why.
Support Your Long-Term Health Have you ever experienced a ‘yo-yo’ diet? Did you try to make a change in the…
Falls, and their devastating consequences, are common, costly, and preventable. That’s why beginning a balance program before you think you need it is one of Growing Bolder’s aging no-brainers.
Helen Deboles didn’t think there was a light at the end of her journey. She was battling breast cancer and was losing hope. Then, her life changed when she found a running community.
“Successful aging” is a term that’s bandied about by many experts in the longevity field, but what does it mean? At Growing Bolder we believe that success looks different to each and every one of us. Whether it’s what makes a successful business, successful marriage or life, we get to decide, we get to choose what that means, and that applies to aging as well.
Bob Hobbs was only a teenager when he decided to enter his first triathlon back in the 1980s and began a journey in self-discovery that went hand-in-hand with his training.
Instead of shining a shameful light on those who have struggled to shred unwanted pounds, Calibrate has taken a scientific approach to understand what is going on underneath the surface.
Watch the golf swing of 103 year old Lindsay Tise, the oldest competitor across all sports! Plus, we check in with Women’s Softball and get the latest from Beach Volleyball!
The Growing Bolder Division Powered By Florida Blue Medicare begins with the celebration of running 5k.
There she was, stuck in her house again. The TV was on but there was nothing to watch. The pandemic…