Passing of a Legend

I just found out that Jack Lalanne has left us. I am saddened by the news, but recognize that he lived a very long and amazing life, full of adventures and incredible feats of strength and fitness. I am sure that the web is buzzing with this news, but felt I should at least pause for a moment and honor this man who was a  true pioneer in the pursuit of health and fitness.

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Visit these links to find out some of Jacks amazing accomplishments:

JACKS HOME PAGE

FEATS & HONORS

WIKI-JACK

Take a moment of Silence….

PAU for NOW

TAKU

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How Much Fun Would THIS Be?

I first noticed this video about a year ago and immediately though “Damn, that would be so much fun to have access to”.  Think about it – you’d be teaching your body to move like it did when you were a kid.

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Keep training hard and start thinking like a 10 yr. old!

Jason
www.hybridfitness.tv