Tai Chi provides physical, mental, spiritual, and social benefits to people of any age. It’s a meditative art form that uses gentle exercises to create harmony between the mind and body. It has come a long way from its origins in ancient China, now practiced by an estimated 20% of all people on the planet! In The Villages, residents regularly meet to practice the ancient art, led by HanQing Liu, to stay active, alert and centered.
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We’re LIVE in Fort Lauderdale with a recap of another exciting day at the 2022 National Senior Games! Be inspired by the only 2 athletes who have competed in EVERY National Senior Games to date. We’ll share the life lessons that some special triathletes have learned from years of training, visit the track to hear the story of Madelaine “Tiny” Cazel, and watch another swimming record broken today by our very own Marc Middleton!
We’re LIVE in Fort Lauderdale for a record-setting day at the 2022 National Senior Games! Tune in to watch a new record that Marc Middleton set today at the pool, plus hear the inspirational story of swimmer DeEtte Sauer! We’ll also bring you the latest from Track & Field, Bowling, and a family of competitors who hit the mark on World Archery Day!
Today we’ve got inspirational stories from Track & Field, runners at the 5K, and a basketball team that reunited after winning their state championship right here in Broward County over 40 years ago!
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Bob Jennings has spent 50 years as a Swimming Coach, most recently leading The Villages Aquatic Swim Team to become one of the best groups in masters swimming. He’s created a legacy of life lessons that go far beyond the lanes i the pool.
68-year-old Kay Glynn eats broccoli every day, but that is not the most earnest thing she does. Kay pole vaults in sub-freezing temperatures, and there have been days of 0 degrees in the Missouri farm country where she lives.
Over 2000 runners and walkers took to the streets for the AdventHealth Winter Park Road Race, and for the first time all of the ages groups 40 and older were designated the Growing Bolder division, presented by Florida Blue Medicare.
This is no time for a Farewell Tour for 68-year-old Dr. Herman Kelly. He is just getting warmed up and aims to bring back the adrenaline that soaked him and stoked him in college when he was a member of the famed Morehouse College Tiger Sharks swim team.
The NSG features competition in 22 sports and attracts athletes from all 50 states. It is what has become a biennial celebration of health and wellbeing.