“Nowadays people don’t retire and sit on a couch and watch television.” Retirement isn’t the end, it’s a beginning — a time to follow your passions and realize your dreams. See how Lesley Kane, a former medical secretary takes full advantage of her Second Act to fulfill her passion and become a certified fitness instructor at a big gym, teaching the young – and young at heart – spinning classes.
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