Washington Post | Fit at 102: Ray Clark is proof that it’s never too late to start exercising



Many people don’t realize that problems they associate with old age actually are caused by poor fitness, experts say, and many others simply don’t know how to get started. “If you’re 85, where do you turn to exercise?” asked Scott Trappe, director of the human performance laboratory at Ball State University. “Most people don’t know how to exercise, and if you’re 85, where do you go?” Continue.