Masters Track & Field Inspiration

These Masters Track & Field athletes prove age is just a number. Recently Forever Fit Science attended the Pueblo Masters Track & Field meet and got to know these incredible athletes competing in everything from the high jump to pole vaulting. The main takeaway is although your recovery time increases, you are never too young to compete and push your limits. Get ready to be inspired!

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