The world is of course in the midst of surviving a global COVID-19 pandemic, but did you know we’re also in the midst of a pandemic due to physical inactivity? Liz Grantham explains the health issues she was enduring that led to her launching a new app designed to help people, particularly those 50 and older, get moving. She shares her simple tips for transforming your overall health and wellbeing.
Silver Sneakers is making it easy to stay fit at home with a new series of videos to help you start, or continue, your fitness journey. Plus, if you’re a Florida Blue Medicare member you have access to 200+ on-demand workout videos included in your membership.
Growing Bolder checks in with fitness icon and author Denise Austin. She shares her favorite tips for keeping your fitness in focus and staying positive at home.
In her 60s, Sharon Hernstadt went from a cardiac patient to a world powerlifting champion. Check out how she found the strength to inspire us all.
We’ve all heard of rehabbing after an injury or procedure, but have you ever heard of prehabbing? This just might be the key to preventing a serious injury or operation, and living a bold, fulfilling life.
Do you ever worry about losing your hobbies as you age? Well, read about these three women over 80 that actually believe the key to living is staying active.
Tony de Leede is one of the world’s most successful wellness entrepreneurs. In the latest episode of GB One-on-One, he describes how his fitness goals have evolved as he’s aged and how he’s sharing that knowledge with others.
Can a book change your life? Can a book build your business? Phil Madsen thinks so and says that book is “Growing Bolder, Defy the Cult of Youth Live with Passion and Purpose” by Growing Bolder CEO Marc Middleton.
Siphiwe Baleka is considered the fitness guru of the trucking industry, and has successfully created a model for making one the unhealthiest occupations in America a leader and role model when it comes to wellness for employees. He’s shaping the future for long haul truckers, but he had to look to his own past for inspiration.
Step inside one of the most unique clubs in the world. All of its members are experiencing some form of early memory impairment and they’re doing something about it. See how they’re learning to celebrate capabilities and learning that even though life may be different, it can still be a wonderful life.