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On October 26, 2017, Dale Sanders, who you might recognize by his trail name of Grey Beard, became the oldest man to complete the entire Appalachian Trail in one calendar year. He was 82 years old…

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At 95 years young, Mark Sertich is listed as the world’s oldest active hockey player, and while you might wonder how long he’ll continue playing, he doesn’t have any immediate plans to hang up his helmet and pads…

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Marcel Remy is 94 years old and has been mountaineering since he was young. The father of Swiss climbing legends Claude and Yves Remy still regularly climbs in climbing gyms and outdoors. In the spring of 2017, Remy asked…

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When many people retire, they move on to a more sedentary lifestyle. Not so for Robert Kelman, who is the oldest person to make it to the top of the iconic Devil’s Tower in Wyoming. At 87 years young, Kelman has been climbing for…

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Aerobic exercise has the potential for prolonging your life. Don’t believe it? Just ask 99-year-old Orville Rogers, aka “The Running Man,” who has been running races and breaking records since he was about 56 years old.

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Charles Eugster took up running at age 95, and has already set multiple world records in his age group. He didn’t even start serious weight training until he was 87, which helped him pack on muscle and lose weight.

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Ernestine Shepherd didn’t start bodybuilding until late in life, but her journey has been astounding. “Age is nothing but a number and you can get fit.” Wise words from the oldest competing female bodybuilder in the world…

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It’s important to know that Lucie’s story does not take place overnight. “It’s been literally two and a half years of hard, slow work,” says James. Lucie has been devoted to CrossFit, training and eating right for years. She lost thirty pounds…

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