Get Inspired by Anti-Sugar & Exercise Pioneer Jack LaLanne

Let the Fitness Guru Motivate You as You Make New Year's Resolutions

As you make your New Year’s Resolutions, I invite you to get inspired by the fitness and anti-sugar pioneer Jack LaLanne, who passed away five years ago at  the age of 96.  Although he is no longer with us, his motivating message can get you motivated in a big way.

BEVERLY HILLS, CA - 1986: (FILE PHOTO) Former bodybuilder and fitness guru Jack LaLanne shows off his muscles during a 1986 photo portrait session in Beverly Hills, California. From 1951 to 1984, LaLanne hosted a TV fitness and exercise show. Fitness and health pioneer Jack Lalanne died on January 23, 2011 at his home in Morro Bay, California. He was 96-years-old. Lalanne's death was caused by respiratory failure from pneumonia. Lalanne is survived by his wife, two sons and a daughter. (Photo by George Rose/Getty Images)

BEVERLY HILLS, CA – 1986: (FILE PHOTO) Former bodybuilder and fitness guru Jack LaLanne shows off his muscles during a 1986 photo portrait session in Beverly Hills, California. From 1951 to 1984, LaLanne hosted a TV fitness and exercise show. Fitness and health pioneer Jack Lalanne died on January 23, 2011 at his home in Morro Bay, California. He was 96-years-old. Lalanne’s death was caused by respiratory failure from pneumonia. Lalanne is survived by his wife, two sons and a daughter. (Photo by George Rose/Getty Images)

Listen now to this energetic, enthusiastic, legendary health expert, who I’ve had the pleasure of interviewing  several times, including when I presented an award to him in person.

This remarkable health guru was far ahead of his times.

Indeed, decades before Americans realized the value of fitness, Jack opened his first own health spa and, of course, worked out regularly himself.

In addition, decades before people knew that sugar was bad for you, Jack spurned the sweet stuff.

More importantly, because of Jack LaLanne’s determination to stay healthy, fit and happy, he thrived.

The idea of “just surviving” or “getting by” was completely  foreign to him.

Now, listen to this Gab with the Gurus show in honor of Jack LaLanne.

As I mentioned here, I’ve had the pleasure to interview Jack several times.

I encourage you to listen now to my Tribute Show to Jack LaLanne, the enthusiastic, energetic Kind of Fitness and Sugar-Free Pioneer. (The tribute includes my interview with Jack LaLanne on May 1, 2008, right after I’d celebrated 10 years sugar free.)

Please join me anytime. I invite you to listen to my Tribute Show now.

Listen now.

What most inspires you about my Gab with the Gurus interview with the fitness giant?

Acclaimed author Connie Bennett—who people call The Cravings Crusher™—is the internationally recognized bestselling author of Sugar Shock (Berkley Books, 2006) and Beyond Sugar Shock (Hay House, 2012). One or both books were praised Dr. Mehmet Oz, Dr. Christiane Northrup, Dr. Daniel Amen, Dr. Mark Hyman and many others. For 17 years—since kicking sweets and processed carbs on doctor’s orders due to her 44 baffling ailments—Connie has been guiding people to joyously ditch their sugar or carb addiction. Now, she is completing her next book, Crush Your Crazy Cravings™ (publication date TBA), which she was inspired to write in late 2012, when she was pounced on by her own dangerous Crazy Cravings after her mother’s heartbreaking, traumatizing terminal illness and death. Each week in 2016, on her blog (www.ConnieB.com) Cravings-Crushing Mondays, Connie will share fast, super-simple, science-based secrets she has created or discovered during her three-plus year investigation of the subject.

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