On the harder-to-measure benefits of age and experience
Floods of people coming out of the city looking to save have positioned the suburbs for renewal
In 2015, in a secret medical procedure carried out in Bogota, Colombia, the 44-year-old woman got dozens of experimental gene-therapy injections. Why? Because Parrish, the creator of a longevity company called BioViva, believes that science is on the cusp of delivering radically longer lifespans—and she wants to help bring on the revolution.
Getting older doesn't have to keep you from setting new PRs
We asked ex-Olympian, coach, and elite Masters runner John Henwood for his advice
Why do some of us flame out in our 30s while others are still racing in their 60s? And how can we reverse the effects of getting older?
It's never too late to race the 26.2. You just have to know how to prepare.
You don't have to lift less as you get older—you just have to make a few adjustments to your training
Being old doesn’t mean you can’t be fast. Just ask two-time Olympian Anthony Famiglietti.
'Play On,' a new book from journalist Jeff Bercovici, explores how aging elite athletes stay at the top of their game
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