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I’m a 62 yr old Retired Ballerina, & This Is What I Do Every Day To Stay Limber

Ballet dancers typically end their careers between the ages of 30 and 40. Just because they're no longer executing pirouettes on stage doesn't mean that they stop strength training and stretching like a dancer. Just ask 62-year-old Mary Paranicas, a retired New York City Ballet dancer and current dog trainer (talk about a dream career path). Her daily stretching routine proves that once a dancer, always a dancer—and you can copy it for yourself.

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    ‘I’m a 62-Year-Old Retired Ballerina, and This Is What I Do Every Day To Stay Limber’

    Ballet dancers typically end their careers between the ages of 30 and 40. Just because they're no longer executing pirouettes on stage doesn't mean …

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