The Olympic Games aren’t just for the young
By John Allemang, The Globe & Mail
Originally Published: 21 July 2012
Faster, higher, stronger – and older?
It’s not supposed to work this way. Both philosophers and physiologists treat aging as a trade-off between mind and body, where the wisdom that comes with experience is attained at the cost of running slower, jumping lower, if we jump at all, and steering clear of situations where strength is all that matters… Click here to read on