Speeding Up Instead of Slowing Down


At 71 years old, John Komoroske is in the best shape of his life. His secret? Having the right group of friends to keep him motivated and hold him accountable.

Since John moved to The Villages, a retirement community in Central Florida, he says he’s never been more active or felt more alive. Instead of the slow paced lifestyle that many would envision, John has found his tribe and is living an abundant, active, and joy-filled life—another great example that you’re never too old and it’s never too late.

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Madonna Hanna has achieved all her life, as an award-winning teacher, author, and fashion industry executive. In 2011 she added sprinter to her list when, at 57, her late husband began coaching her and she entered the Washington Senior Games. After his death, Madonna kept her promise to him to keep running. She found a new coach in nationally-ranked track athlete Marcus Chambers, and their work together helped Madonna achieve gold at the 2023 National Senior Games.

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“Gee, thanks, Brooks!”


When you pick a childhood hero from the ranks of celebrity or sports, you have no idea of who they really are. You only know they are great at what they do. Steve Rondinaro hit a grand slam when he picked Brooks Robinson, the amazing third baseman for the Baltimore Orioles, who became the namesake for his son.

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