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[RSS]Jack LaLanne Made Longevity a Simple Science
« on: February 16, 2011, 06:00:39 PM »
Jack LaLanne Made Longevity a Simple Science

?People don?t die of old age, they die of inactivity,? —Jack LaLanne.
Fitness guru Jack LaLanne died in January at age 96 ? a muscular old gentleman with his mind and teeth and every organ intact. LaLanne had been teaching fitness since Franklin Roosevelt was president, educating the nation on TV broadcasts in the 1960s and [...]

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