‘America’s Fittest CEO’ Strauss Zelnick Develops Health and Fitness Plan in ‘Becoming Ageless’

Strauss Zelnick Becoming Ageless
Strauss Zelnick arrives at Take-Two's Annual E3 Kickoff Party at Cecconi's Restaurant on June 13, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. Angela Weiss/Getty Images

At 61-years-old, media mogul Strauss Zelnick has earned himself the nickname of “America’s Fittest CEO” and for good reason.

The founder of private equity firm Zelnick Media Capital (ZMC) and Chairman and CEO of Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc (the company behind the Grand Theft Auto and NBA 2K franchises) has crafted a body at his age that could easily be confused for someone much younger. So how has he been able to get this done?

He details all of this in his fantastic new book called Becoming Ageless: The Four Secrets to Looking and Feeling Younger Than Ever. Strauss encourages his readers within it to get into the mind, body and spirit of someone half their age.

Strauss Zelnick Becoming Ageless
Strauss Zelnick’s book ‘Becoming Ageless.’

This isn’t something that he thought about overnight and put on paper. It was years of research into the science of longevity where he was able to formulate a fantastic plan that will work for any type of person or body.

Becoming Ageless includes everything from the best ways to losing belly fat, enjoying delicious and healthy meals that will fill you up in all the right ways and a program that will help you become healthier than you ever thought possible.

Sure to be a great read for anyone who wants to keep the pounds off as the holidays approach and into the new year!

You can order a copy of Strauss’ book on Amazon.com.

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