From the legendary Dick Van Dyke to the 106-year-old White House visitor who stole our hearts, get ready to get inspired.
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The Rock Stars of Aging® show the rest of us what’s possible in life. They’re living proof of the power of taking care of ourselves, remaining socially active and, perhaps most importantly, remaining passionate about life throughout our entire lives. In this Insider, we'll introduce you to some of our favorite superstars of aging to shine the spotlight on how exciting and vibrant life can be at every stage.

This week, the world was treated to two high-profile examples of this zest for life in action. Who will ever forget the charming Virginia McLaurin, who danced her way across the White House and into our hearts?
Click here to see what happened when her lifelong dream of visiting the White House came true. And when you learn her inspirational life story, you'll be even more amazed.
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Another age-defying toe-tapper who enthralled us this week is 90-year-old Dick Van Dyke. He wowed the crowd gathered for The Wonderful World of Disney: Disneyland 60 special that aired on ABC. Van Dyke, who played Bert in the Disney classic Mary Poppins, joined Master of Ceremonies Derek Hough during a performance to “Step in Time.” Even when the music ended, Van Dyke wasn’t ready to stop tapping his toes!
Click here to watch the video and to read our recent Growing Bolder Magazine cover story on Van Dyke. In the story, he shares his advice for smashing the stereotypes of aging and living an active, vibrant life.
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Successful aging is all about quality of life. A group of four friends from Jacksonville, Florida, show how it's done. In their 90s, they're still working, traveling, laughing, loving life, setting world records and bringing tears of joy to the eyes of three-time Olympic gold medalist Rowdy Gaines. They're living proof that life's setbacks don't have to keep you on the sidelines. Click here to meet this fearless foursome. 
She’s the oldest person ever to finish the Ironman Triathlon but Sister Madonna Buder says it’s not about setting records or getting accolades. Her real mission is to encourage others to discover and develop their God-given gifts for the benefit of all. Click here to see how the 86-year-old leads by example.
Joe Johnston may be one of the greatest masters pole vaulters of all-time and this may be one of the greatest masters track stories of all-time. Where else are you going to be amazed, have a laugh and learn the secret to life? Click here to step inside the Joe Dome and get ready to let your heart soar.
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