In 1976, he swam one mile in Long Beach Harbor while handcuffed and shackled and towed 13 boats.
Jack LaLanne is an American fitness nutritional and exercise expert. He's a world known celebrity and a motivational speaker. He has been known for his huge muscles and body as a world class bodybuilder.
In 1979, he towed 65 boats in Lake Ashinoko near Tokyo, Japan while handcuffed and shackled.
In 1980, he towed 10 boats in North Miami, Florida.
In 1936, he opened his own health spa in California.
In 1936, he opened his own heath spa in California.
He admits that he was addicted to sugar and junk food when he was a kid.
In 1994, he received the State of California Governor's Council on Physical Fitness Lifetime Achievement Award.
In 1996, he received the Dwight D. Eisenhower Award.
In 1999, he received the Spirit of Muscle Beach Award.
In 2002, he received a star on the Hollywood Boulevard Walk of Fame.
In 2004, he celebrated his 90th birthday in New York, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.
He has published many books and videos.
Jack continues to work out at the age of 92.
In 1958, he jumped atop a paddleboard nonstop from Farallon Islands to the San Francisco shore.
In 1957, he swam the Golden Gate Channel while towing a 2,500-pound cabin cruiser.
In 1956, LaLanne set a world record of 1.033 push ups in 23 minutes on You Asked for It.
In 1995, LaLanne swan from Alcatraz Island to Fisherman's Wharf while handcuffed.
In 1954, LaLanne swan the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco underwater with 140 pounds of equipment which is a world record.