Standup paddle boarding is quickly becoming one of the hottest things around, and as you’ll see, whether you’re 14 or 74, it’s an activity that gives you a full-body workout without ever setting foot in a gym.
We had to know what's SUP after receiving an email that read, "At 46 years old, I too...
On August 16, 1960, Air Force Capt. Joe Kittinger rode a helium balloon to 102,800 feet — the very edge of space — and jumped. Fifty years later, to commemorate man’s longest leap, Kittinger became the first inductee into the National Skydiving Museum Hall of Fame.
Joan Benoit Samuelson may be the most inspiring female distance runner ever. In 1984 she won gold in the first Women’s Marathon ever held at the Olympics. At the age of 61, she completed the Boston Marathon within 30 minutes of her very first time, exactly forty years ago. Joan shares with Growin...
“The Jersey Boys,” as they call themselves, say they’re powered by passion — and a love of walking on water. This group of barefoot water skiiers includes a retired medical oncologist, family physician, railroad worker and master plumber, ranging in age from mid-50s to late-70s. Their backgrounds...
For 25 years, the National Ability Center in Park City, Utah, has shown people who either believe or have been told that they CAN’T do something that they CAN. The program helps people with disabilities and other challenges get back in the game through a variety of athletic endeavors.
As a teen, Karen Putz lost her hearing while barefoot water skiing. More than 25 years passed, but her desire to get back on her feet kept burning within. So she decided to listen to her heart and pursue her passion.
Charlotte Sanddal embodies the keys to active longevity. The 94-year-old has a strong intergenerational social group, lives an active and adventurous life, loves to travel, volunteers and refuses to let health setbacks keep her on the couch.
Jeremy Jungling was a newlywed, running coach and in the best shape of his life. When he learned he had colon cancer, he was stunned. See how the experience has changed him and why he's no longer waiting until "I'm older" to chase his dreams.
Think you're too old to stay active? Think again. Meet a group of women in their 70s, 80s and 90s who get together regularly for lively tennis matches. Once you see them in action and experience their passion for life, you'll rethink what's possible in your own life.
From mud runs to color runs to yes, even zombie runs that do, in fact, urge you to run for your life, there’s no doubt that running is more popular than ever. One of the fastest growing groups of people participating in events of all distances are those 40 and older.
Just six days before the 1960 U.S. swimming Olympic trials, one of the favorites to win gold in Rome underwent an emergency appendectomy. Doctors said his Olympic dreams were over. They didn't know Jeff Farrell.
He's one of the best barefoot water skiers in history, but Zenon Bilas wasn't sure whether he could make a comeback after more than a dozen years off the water. Come along as Growing Bolder puts the 50-year-old to the test.