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The TV fitness pioneer died Jan. 23 at age 96 from respiratory failure from pneumonia. His eponymous show, which aired from 1951 to '85, urged coach potatoes to get fit using simple household items instead of fancy excercise equipment. LaLanne also founded a chain of namesake fitness studios and in recent years marketed Jack LaLanne's Power Juicer in infomercials. He maintained a youthful physique and used to joke: "I can't afford to die. It would wreck my image."