Eleven years ago, in the midst of a down economy, 46-year-old Ned Johnson made a bold move: he quit his job of 19 years to chase a dream.
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Diane Travis, 66, is a world and national champion in duathlons, a division of USA Triathlon. She’s one of the country’s most accomplished masters athletes and is active in her hometown, Clermont, FL.
Have you ever heard of that weird activity known as, “grounding,” also referred to as, “earthing?” Find out exactly what it is and why it’s becoming so popular.
Charles Dasher is living a life he never even dreamed of, reconnecting with nature and himself.
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Shantell Williams learned how to ride a Harley in her 40s. Eight months after she started, she set out on a journey across 48 states to bring attention to Bessie Stringfield, the first African American woman to ride across America in the 1930s.
At 71 years old, John Komoroske is in the best shape of his life. The best part? He believes you can do it too.
Walking is healthy and good for you. Cue eye roll, but we have additional information to guide you along a healthier path.
Sports writer Ray Glier is determined to believe in the biology of hope.
We’ve grown accustomed to seeing videos and memes unexpectedly “go viral” but who could have predicted that pickleball would suddenly explode into the world’s fastest- growing sport?
After a near-fatal car crash, National Senior Games athlete Paula Franetti helps others on their road to recovery.
An octogenarian shares what it takes to keep running, no matter your age.
By partnering with the Swim Across America charity, Rob Butcher has been able to honor his mom and give hope to others. He shares his tips
At the age of 69, Allie was ranked number one in the world 200-meter dash among men aged 65-69. Then in December of 2021 he was diagnosed with prostate cancer.
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Watch John in action on his milestone birthday redefining what can be accomplished at 80 years old!
Neal Ater only started running at 59 years old. Now at 72, he’s run races all over the world and has no plans to stop. He shares why.
Bonnie Strang is a two-sport National Senior Games athlete who will be competing in Softball in Columbus, and Pickleball in Pittsburgh.
Jean Kiker was a tennis player all her life, but it only took one day for this 85-year-old to change sports and get addicted to pickleball.
Flo Meiler is an 88-year-old great-grandmother and arguably the greatest all-around female athlete over the age of 85 that has ever lived.