Babies on Roller Skates!
How young do YOU feel? We're all about rolling back the clock, but we never expected to see rolling quite like this! Enjoy!
Never Leave the Playground
Stephen Jepson believes the key to never losing your balance -- or your mind -- is in the games and activities of our youth. Wait until you see his incredible playground.
Give the Dude His Rollerblades back.
Geoff Dornan, a 71-year old retiree who lives in the English seaside town of Southport is fighting to get his rollerblades back. Dornan says skating keeps him fit and healthy but he's been grounded after his rollerblades were confiscated by police.
Olympic Memories That Last a Lifetime
Joe Druar competed in ice dancing at the 1988 Olympic Games in Calgary. Today, the two-time U.S. Pairs Figure Skating champion is an instructor, molding the next generation of skaters.
Zambonis: How Do They Work?
It was a mess of Olympic proportions. An all-electric competitor replaced the venerable Zamboni, but the ice at the speed skating venue at the 2010 Olympics was a disaster. A Zamboni, which made its Olympic debut exactly 50 years ago, came to the rescue.
Give the Silver Surfer his Blades Back
Geoff Dornan, a 71-year old retiree who lives in the English seaside town of Southport, is fighting to get his rollerblades back. Dornan says skating keeps him fit and healthy but he's been grounded after his rollerblades were confiscated by police.
Seniors Trade Rocking Chairs for Rackets
More than ever, seniors are discovering the athlete within. Since the early 1990s, total participation (and participation by those over age 45) has grown in 21 sports and fitness activities. Note that these sports aren't for sissies: basketball, bowling, mountain and rock climbing, walking, exercise with equipment, running and jogging, working out at a club, tackle football, golf, hiking, hunting...
After finally discovering an activity that could not only get him off the couch but could actually make him enjoy exercising, Jim Wipff dedicated his life to teaching his young daughter that it's never too late to make a change.