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【ban ca mania】Secrets of staying ageless: Four Florida seniors reveal how to hit a home run for good health
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Steve Doocy has 'Breakfast with Friends' at The Villages in Florida

'Fox & Friends' host Steve Doocy talks to diners about the top issues facing the country at RJ Gator's Bar & Grill.

For seniors who live in The Villages, Florida, a home run for healthy aging is all about staying active.

【ban ca mania】Secrets of staying ageless: Four Florida seniors reveal how to hit a home run for good health

As Americans’ life expectancies continue to increase and as the average age of retirement creeps up, more people are thinking not only about living a long life, but making sure they're healthy and fit enough to enjoy their longevity.

【ban ca mania】Secrets of staying ageless: Four Florida seniors reveal how to hit a home run for good health

In The Villages, Florida, some seniors who call the retirement community home are less concerned with how old they are than their batting averages — and, yes, they play ball regularly.

【ban ca mania】Secrets of staying ageless: Four Florida seniors reveal how to hit a home run for good health

SECRET OF AGING WELL? ONE 74-YEAR-OLD WORKS OUT REGULARLY AND RETAINS A ‘SPIRIT OF ADVENTURE’

John Panariello, 88, is one of many octogenarians who's defying what it means to reach old age, hitting line drives at an age when many wouldn’t even dare to drive a car.

Originally from Coney Island, Brooklyn, Panariello has called The Villages home for nearly two decades. He said he has hardly noticed "getting old." 

His secret? He doesn’t slow down long enough to think about it. 

John Panariello, 88, looks out from the dugout (left) during his softball game in The Villages, Florida. On the right, he draws for a great-granddaughter in his spare time.

John Panariello, 88, looks out from the dugout (left) during his softball game in The Villages, Florida. On the right, he draws for a great-granddaughter in his spare time. (Sara Ballou/Fox News Digital)

"I never stop moving," Panariello told Fox News Digital as he bobbed his left leg up and down, staying in a constant state of movement. 

"An object in motion stays in motion — so as long as I can, I’m going to keep going."

"I never stop moving … As long as I can, I’m going to keep going." — John Panariello

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