Jack Lalanne said During his career, he came to believe that the country's overall health depended on the health of its population, writing that "physical culture and nutrition — is the salvation of America."
"I train like I'm training for the Olympics or for a Mr. America contest, the way I've always trained my whole life. You see, life is a battlefield. Life is survival of the fittest. How many... healthy people do you know? How many happy people do you know? Think about it. People work at dying, they don't work at living. My workout is my obligation to life. It's my tranquilizer. It's part of the way I tell the truth — and telling the truth is what's kept me going all these years."
"Living is a pain in the butt. Dying is easy. It's like an athletic event. You've got to train for it. You've got to eat right. You've got to exercise. Your health account, your bank account, they're the same thing. The more you put in, the more you can take out. Exercise is king and nutrition is queen: together, you have a kingdom." This Saturday afternoon at noon come and see two future Olympians Nick Curly and Clayton the golden boy Fallon continue on the path to future titles. The Somerville boxing club will be visiting the Empire Sports Club located on A street In Burlington. This is always good to watch. The Boxing Camp is just a few short weeks away. Give Ryan Scottron a call at 781 273 3331 to get all the details. The camp is fun and challenging your sons and daughters will learn how to believe in themselves.