LaLanne, and co-author Matthew J. Rettick, release 'Fiscal Fitness: 8 Steps
to Health & Wealth from America's Leaders in Fitness & Finance'
NEW YORK, March 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Jack LaLanne, the original physical fitness authority, along with Matthew J. Rettick, acclaimed financial expert, will be onsite one day only at Borders Penn Plaza in New York City, NY; Friday, March 21st from 5:30 to 7:30 PM ET for book signings. The two co-authored "Fiscal Fitness: 8 Steps to Wealth & Health from Americas Leaders in Fitness & Finance" (Career Press, $15.99), a book designed to get Americans to "wake up" and take charge of their physical and financial health, including get rid of debt, lose weight, plan for retirement, eat right and overall, be "healthy, wealthy, and wise" throughout their lifetime.
"Fiscal Fitness" is not your typical exercise book, or standard money book, but rather a unique combination of both that will help readers, no matter at what age, understand what it takes to get and stay physically healthy and financially fit. This timely book provides readers with fail proof strategies for building, securing and maintaining health and wealth, teaching them how to take control of their physical and financial future, before their physical and financial limitations take control of their lives.
Jack LaLanne is best known for the very first physical fitness
television show, "The Jack LaLanne Show", which aired for 34 consecutive
years. His notable physical accomplishments include swimming from Alcatraz
to Fisherman's Wharf on his 65th birthday, hands and feet shackled, towing
65 boats filled with 65 people. Matthew J. Rettick, an accomplished author,
educator and financial advisor, has been a consumer advocate for safe
financial planning for over twenty years. Both authors brought their unique
experience and expertise together to create one comprehensive book on
living life "healthy, wealthy and wise" and how to ensure preservation of a
|SOURCE Jack LaLanne and Matthew J. Rettick|
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