Meet one of the fastest Masters sprinters in the United States, Steven Sashen. At 55 he proves speed does not decline with age. Sashen, founder of Xero Shoes, shares his passion for sprinting and tips for staying fast and motivated. Watch his video presented by Forever Fit Science for a dose of inspiration.
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