In her youth, Angelica Ramos practiced just about every sport possible. Soccer and volleyball in high school, intramural sports in college, softball, golf and tennis in adulthood.
Then she turned 40 and her body began its inexorable betrayal. The tennis court was suddenly too big, the other softball players too fast and powerful.
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