Two By Two: Life Is The Better On The Road

Were it not for walking, 82-year-old Karl- Heinrich Barsch would likely be in a wheelchair. Were it not for running, his wife, 84-year-old Terttu Barsch, would likely be dead. The Barsches are part of the irrefutable and growing body of evidence that proves the benefits of an active lifestyle.

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Malcolm Law

Malcolm Law never really tried anything extreme, until he turned 50. Now he’s not only attempted an extreme athletic event, he’s completed what’s being called one of the biggest feats of human endurance.

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Dr. Terry Wahls

Can food cure you? Dr. Terry Wahls, a professor at the University of Iowa’s College of Medicine, explains how she redesigned her diet to reverse the effects of her aggressive multiple sclerosis. She explains.

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Joe Kapacziewski

Sgt. 1st Class Joe Kapacziewski is the first and only amputee in Army Rangers’ history to return to combat, and he did it a stunning five times. He explains why he realized amputating his injured leg was the only way to maintain his active lifestyle.

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Toni Wild

She’s survived cancer (twice), a heart transplant and the early, tragic death of her husband. And she’s only 50. Yet through it all, Toni Wild has never lost one thing — her optimism about life. Find out why surviving was never a doubt.

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Virginia Farneman

She’s the first woman in history to join a very exclusive group — the Seven Continents Club. She’s run more than 240 marathons, including one in all 50 states and all Canadian provinces. And Virginia Farneman didn’t even start running until her 40s!

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Barbara Hannah Grufferman

Author Barbara Hannah Grufferman says turning 50 was the best thing to ever happen to her. Find out what she’s learned and how she’s helping people learn to embrace age and be the best they can be in all areas of life.

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