It’s no secret that life beyond 50, 60, 70 and even 80 and 90 is nothing like what it was even 10 or 20 years ago.
That doesn’t mean everyone is living differently as they grow older but it does mean we all have the potential to live much differently. Margaret Webb knows this well not only because she lives it, but she’s written a book about it. It’s called “Older, Faster, Stronger: What Women Runners Can Teach Us All About Living Younger, Longer.”
This former college athlete explains why she felt terrified as she stared down the age of 50. So, she decided to do something crazy — sign up for her first marathon. She explains how running changed her life entirely, from her habits to her outlook. Instead of being scared to turn 50, she says it became one of the best days of her life.
Find out what she learned by talking to some of the best older athletes in the world and what they can teach you about the adventure of aging. She shares some of their inspirational stories and explains what she learned about the power of mentors, particularly for women.
Also, Margaret explains why it’s never too late, sharing stories of many women who never even started exercising until their 50s, 60s or even 70s. Learn how she started to follow their examples and now her body craves fitness the way it used to crave cigarettes or after-work cocktails.