Jack LaLanne: If something saved your life, would you be enthusiastic about it?
Noah Lennox: Like kids screaming, or something like that?
LaLanne: That’s where I get my protein.
Lennox: Sure. There’s a shitload of sunlight.
LaLanne: That’s my whole life. This moment controls the next moment.
Lennox: It really dictates a mood. Every day it’s just kind of, “Oh, wow, that’s crazy.”
LaLanne: I’m your brand new friend. Let’s do some living.
Lennox: There’s actually a sign on one of the doors at the studio that I’ve been so psyched on.
LaLanne: “If it tastes good, spit it out.”
LaLanne: Dogs are wonderful.
Lennox: Oh yeah? Sweet.
LaLanne: Who puts the food in your mouth?
Lennox: It depends. Have you ever been to California before? It’s pretty mellow.
LaLanne: People need help today.
Lennox: I don’t know. I almost feel like it’s not up to us.
LaLanne: Are you kidding? When I was a young kid at fifteen I dropped out of school for 6 months, I was a troublemaker, I tried to commit suicide, couldn’t stand these blinding headaches every day, I was 30 pounds under weight—I was a skinny terrible kid.
Lennox: [laughs] I just love to be around that sort of energy.