Lisa Fisco at 46 was just getting over a nasty divorce, in debt up to her eyebrows and greatly overweight when she decided to change course. She is now, 50, and training to make the USA Weight-Lifting team to compete in the 2012 Olympics in London, as the oldest Olympic weightlifter, ever. Take a look and hear her truly inspiring story.
Listen to this radio interview Lisa did with Growing Bolder.com
If an out-of-shape (as in 100-plus-pounds overweight) middle-aged recently-divorced mother of three, with a huge financial debt, can go for the Gold at the upcoming Olympics, then what is holding us back from reaching for our dreams. Lisa Fisco is in serious training for the 2012 London Olympics; whether she achieves her mega weightlifting goals or not, she has gone from severely depressed to having put life-giving passion back into her life and in the process inspired countless folks like you and me. She has stepped out of mainstream mediocrity to risk failure to live her dreams. We may not want to take such a giant step, but we might be able to find a slightly smaller dream or two to pursue -- to rekindle the joy of living while pursuing major goals.
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From Ed Mayhew -- the author of Fitter After 50, Fitter For Life and other books, CDs, videos and articles on how you, too, can make falling apart as you age merely an option -- NOT a mandate. Why not make the rest of your life the BEST of your life? http://www.FitterforLife.com and http://www.amazon.com/Age-Blasters-Steps-Younger-You/dp/1598589083/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1276528674&sr=1-1 (click here for paperback or Kindle editions of AGE BLASTERS)