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By James A. Lyons Jr.
The president has shifted alliance from friend to enemy
Topic - Jack Lalanne
It's a side of Jacqueline Kennedy only friends and family knew. Funny and inquisitive, canny and cutting.
It's a side of Jacqueline Kennedy only friends and family knew.
Arnold Schwarzenegger will honor the late fitness pioneer Jack LaLanne (lah-LAYN') at a Los Angeles service.
Anyone with an interest in fitness owes a debt of gratitude to the late Jack LaLanne, the iconic and beloved fitness guru who was ahead of his time in urging Americans to practice good health habits, including the engagement in aerobic exercise, so as to enjoy the euphoria that it can bring.
Jack LaLanne, the fitness guru who inspired television viewers to trim down and pump iron for decades before exercise became a national obsession, died Sunday. He was 96.