Masters Track and Field Hall of Famer Joy Upshaw shares six tips for proper running posture to help more people enjoy the benefits of running.
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A 100-year-old woman has broken the world records for the fastest 100- and 200-meter dashes in her age group. Watch the videos of Diane Friedman as she becomes the fastest centenarian in the world.
Diane Travis, 66, is a world and national champion in duathlons, a division of USA Triathlon. She’s one of the country’s most accomplished masters athletes and is active in her hometown, Clermont, FL.
Dick Hoyt pushed his wheelchair-confined son, Rick, in thousands of races. He died at 80 but his legacy of love and perseverance will live forever.
Over the past two years, 91-year-old Ann Kahl has racked up $0 in health care costs and currently takes no regular prescription medications. She attributes daily activity for bringing her health, happiness and strength.
Ben Beach holds one of the most amazing records in sports and it’s a record he breaks every year. Now in his mid-60s, the man who has run 48 straight Boston Marathons explains why and how he keeps going.
Each year for the past 13 years, George Etzweiler has taken on the challenging 7-mile Mount Washington Road Race, which takes runners to a height of 4,700 feet. And each year he sets another record. We get this amazing 98-year-old to slow down long enough to share his secrets of active longevity.
Letecia Foster used to weigh 230 pounds. She knew she had to get healthier for her own lifestyle, as well as to inspire the kids at her elementary school, Hungerford Elementary in Eatonville, Florida, one of the nation’s first black-governed towns. Principal Foster’s personal transformation is helping spur on a wellness revolution in this historic […]
Julia “Hurricane” Hawkins didn’t start running until she was 100 years old, only to become the fastest female centenarian of all time. We get her to slow down long enough to discuss her newfound fame and learn what she wants other seniors to know about staying fit.
Ben Beach, now 67, is the first person to complete 50 consecutive Boston Marathons (and by the way, he completed this one in 5:01:26, which qualifies him to run #51 in 2018 if he chooses!).
Ed Whitlock didn’t just break running world records — he forever rewrote the history books. After taking up running again in his 40s, he went on to set new records in his 70s and 80s. In one of his final interviews, Ed talks to Growing Bolder about his passion for running and why he continued to do it against medical advice.
If you’re going to run — why not do it for a great cause? Since 1999, Kids House has been a safe and caring place where child victims of abuse in Central Florida can find compassionate care and healing. Each year, thousands of children are helped, and their families are offered services and counseling