Tina's secrets: Tina keeps active by chasing after her two-year-old son, and walking, walking, walking! She also swears by washing her face before bed and moisturizing.
Rhonda's secrets: For starters, Rhonda does 50 crunches every morning, and can't resist a basketball hoop. She runs around after a 9-year-old, exercises regularly, gets plenty of sleep and stays out of the sun.
Gail's secrets: Gail credits lifting weights and jogging.
Shelby's secrets: She keeps in step with Pilates, yoga and lots and lots of dancing.
Madeline's secrets: Meditation, swing dancing and dating younger men keeps Madeline looking great—she's currently dating a 44-year-old!
Sondra's secrets: Teaching yoga and Pilates, the latter of which works on the core muscles, keeps Sondra feeling and looking young.
Vicki's secrets: She swims and dives every day. Vicky also picked up a little trick from a dermatologist in Florida for her extremely dry skin, caused by her extensive exposure to sun and swimming pools. "I have been putting vaginal cream on my face for 20 years. And I use that with Preparation H for puffiness and dryness around the eyes. I use that every night and it really seems to work."
Kay's secrets: Working out every day, eating every two to three hours, wearing makeup every day and wearing her Saturday underwear every day of the week.
Then, Kelly made the most important decision of her life, and it paid off big: She joined a gym.
"How I feel on the outside pales in comparison to how I feel on the inside, mentally and spiritually. And it goes so much deeper than what is on the outside...It's just profoundly changed my life," says the 42-year-old.
Kelly's secrets: Weight training, and she even entered a fitness competition last year. She exercises whenever she finds time, even doing dips in the kitchen and push-ups in her bedroom.
Kelly has a great tip to encourage exercise every day. "A lot of times just getting up in the morning and getting your day started is so hard. So...put your alarm clock across the room, across from your bed. But don't stop there: Put your tennis shoes right next to your alarm clock. So, when that alarm clock is going off, you walk across the room, shut it off, and you see those tennis shoes...and you know you've got to get them on and get it done first thing in the morning."