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In his award-winning 2021 book about the aftermath of the terror attacks on the World Trade Center, September Twelfth, Monday Morning Radio co-host Dean Rotbart described Gwendolyn “Wendy” Bounds, an eyewitness and award-winning journalist.

She was, he wrote, telegenically attractive, with big chocolate-brown eyes, a sparkly broad smile, and shoulder-length buttery blond hair blended with honey highlights.

That was then. Today, as evidenced by the cover photo on her new book — Not Too Late: The Power of Pushing Limits at Any Age — Wendy is often covered in mud and sweat, ripped, displaying muscular arms, strong and toned legs, and broad and well-developed shoulders.

Wendy spent nearly 20 years with The Wall Street Journal, including anchoring the daily, live 25-minute noon news/lifestyle show Lunch Break. Subsequently she became vice president and chief content officer at Consumer Reports and currently heads U.S. media partnerships and business development at SmartNews

Wendy has transformed herself from a desk jockey into a competitive Spartan racer, running through mud pits, crawling under barbed wire, swinging across monkey bars, and hoisting sandbags as she navigates obstacle courses.

Age, she assures Dean and his co-host, Maxwell Rotbart, “can be a secret weapon.”

[Not Too Late: The Power of Pushing Limits at Any Age will officially be published on June 18, 2024. It is available for pre-order here.]

Photo: Wendy Bounds, Not Too Late
Posted: June 17, 2024
Monday Morning Run Time: 43:05
Episode: 13.01

Direct download: MMR061724.mp3
Category:Journalists -- posted at: 5:20pm MDT