My little motto that I've been saying for years is, “You rest you rust.” I'm in better shape now at 72 than I was 50. I say that if you can exercise and keep yourself mentally involved you are not going to think you're aging. I don't feel old. That’s why my mom decided to become an instructor with SilverSneakers was to in order to help motivate my dad to keep going. When I'm teaching a class and I see my husband smiling, having fun, interacting with his fellow classmates, I just have such joy. Once she started becoming really active, it was just kind of a light, I think, that popped on. You know, she felt so much more confident in herself. People say you can't do this at a certain age or you can't do that, but I think it's just a head game and deciding on what you want to do and being motivated. My motivation is my own health, my husband's health, somebody else's needs of me. I want to keep as active as I can and keep my mind busy. I saw my husband wheeling me around in a wheelchair in the hospital. I said, “No. I'm going to walk. I'm going to be myself again.” This wasn't going to beat me. That I was going to beat it. Every single thing that I did in rehab, we had done in SilverSneakers prior. I knew I could do it, because I had done it before. But it has been a tremendous thing. It's gotten her stronger and myself too. I mean, I'm in better shape now than I've probably been in 25 years. And I think when seniors see that someone is a senior and can do that, it motivates them further. Everybody's got their thing, mine is SilverSneakers.