For many breaking a bone in their body means no more physical activity. For Neil Gussman, who broke bones in his neck, ribs and numerous others in a biking accident, it meant coming back with a vengeance.
Author Wendy Reid Crisp has made her whole life about getting older. She’s written books about being 60 and things she won’t do now that she’s 50, and her biggest aging accomplishment is holding the position of editor-in-chief of Grand Magazine.
Comedian Rita Rudner turned 50 and turned over a new leaf. At 54, she’s written 5 books and has kept her marriage going for 20 years. So, what’s her secret to happiness?
Pat and Cat Patterson aren’t your ordinary couple. Emerging from divorces and financial stress, the two met and decided to rebuild their lives together and did so as they bike across four continents and 57 countries in four years!
He goes by the name VintageP and he blogs all day about playing the guitar – but he just learned how to play it! Pete Lefebvre started playing guitar at age 50 and is telling others out there that it’s OK to pick up an instrument later in life.
This over-50 extreme sports athlete makes peoples’ jaws drop with only one wheel. Terry Peterson, best known as the UniGeezer, has become a worldwide sensation on a unicycle.
Susan Swartz is an author, journalist and feminist who is proving that life after 50 is juicy.
Fifty-one-year-old Ned Overend is the Michael Jordan of mountain biking. At age 52 he’s world class and still whippin’ the whippersnappers.
One of the fastest runners in the world also happens to be one of the best jazz trumpeters on Earth.
All Deb Smith wanted to do was go to basketball camp, but no one would accept her because she was 51.