Gramps Still Got it
Maintaining a steady fitness level as we get older is a real challenge for most people. So many things get in the way as we go on this journey called life. Going to college, having a family, and maintaining a career are all pretty big things that can stop you from obtaining a certain level of fitness.
But not Hidekichi Miyazaki, the 105-year-old competitive sprinter. He is in fact the oldest competitive sprinter known to man and regularly participates in running meats. He recently ran a 100-meter sprint in 42.22 seconds, which is wildly impressive for a 105-year-old man.