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WS talks to fitness legend Jack LaLanne

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America’s fitness craze began with Jack LaLanne. For 34 years, his television show introduced generations to exercise and nutrition. Now 83 years old and fit as ever, LaLanne tours the country giving lectures and setting an inspiring example for men and women of all ages.

In this interview with Working Smart, LaLanne discusses how to maintain a healthy mind and body.

WS: How can a busy executive find time to exercise?

LaLanne: That’s the worst excuse! We’re talking a half-hour three to four times a week, for crying out loud. Let me ask you something: Would you sell your arm for $1 million?

WS: No.

LaLanne: How ‘bout your leg?

WS: No.

LaLanne: You’ve just admitted your body is a priceless possession. Now if you bought some horses for $1 million, you’d probably find the time to take care of them.

WS: Still, for some managers finding 30 minutes every few days is tough, even for something as important as exercise.

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