There are many reasons that adults start training later in life. For some, it has always been something they were interested in, but never made the time. For others, they want to be able to better protect themselves. Another reason might be a desire to get back in shape in a way that is more engaging than running on a treadmill.
Whatever your reason, you will find a community of adult men and women collaborating to help each other improve.
Never Too Late to Start
You are never too old start. Many students started well into their adult lives. Mike Dineen, retired assistant superintendent of schools in Framingham, started training at 70, and earned a 2nd degree black belt.