Hey, how’s it going? You can stand right there.
That’s your mark. How you doing?>>I’m great. How are you? Great.>>Awesome. Just tell us your first name
and your age. My real age? [giggles] My name is Paulo.
I’m 25-years old. My name is Daniela,
and I’m 19. 24.>>35. 31.>>33. I’m 26-years old. What age do you consider to be old? Late 40s. Maybe 50. [sighs] Umm… I feel like 30s is the new 20s.
So I’d say like 40 is old. I’d probably say 50s. I’d like you to show me how
an old person would cross the street. Show me how an old person
would send a text message. How might an old person
do a push-up? [coughs] What about jumping jacks? [panting] Okay. Hang on,
there’s someone I want you to meet. Hello, I’m Birch.
I’m 66. Hi, I’m Daphne,
and I’m 68. I’m Dee, and I’m 55. George Fastbinder, 75.>>Wow. My name’s Parvati. I’m 70. Nice to meet you.>>Nice to meet you. We’re gonna give you
about two minutes to teach each other something
that you are good at. Okay.>>Hmm. I can teach you a drop that I do.
>>Okay, please. Both of your legs go up, and your arm goes up,
and your left arm goes like this. Okay.>>Ready? One, two, three, lift.
One, two, three. And bring it to your heart.
And bring it to your heart. And the head in. Yeah. Try to get your balance,
and raise up. Now you can bring your legs
and your feet up. [woman laughs] I can’t. It’s hard, right?>>Yeah. One, two, three, five, six, seven. So when you come out of a turn…
>>Oh, sorry. …either way you go back to that place. Over, now forward. Over. Yeah.
[girl laughs] Square it like this,
and give me a hook. Hook, jab cross. Hook.
And then we’ll go like this. Right? One, two, three. Now what age
might you consider to be old? Probably 80 or 90. [giggles] He could just do everything
that I told him to do. An age that I consider
to be old now might be 100. [laughs] Do you remember what you said? Yeah, I said in the 50s.
I thought that would be old. But, when I thought
about it, like… [both laugh]
Wait a minute. Now can I do it? It really changed my thinking
of what old is. You’ve taught me
something today. Clearly there’s no way
she’s old, you know. Now I know from today,
hey, I don’t look at age. [laughs] At my age I feel like I did
when I was in my 20s. There’s so many things
that I still want to do. There’s so many things
that I can do. As long as I’m growing and learning,
then age doesn’t matter. When people start stopping
that’s when they start getting old. Thank you.>>You’re welcome. Thank you so much.>>Thank you. Okay. Thanks, Daphne.
>>Thank you. It’s great meeting you. How long have you been doing this?
Is this a new skill? 40 years.>>Wow. [Redefine what it means to age.] [#Disrupt Aging]