Mario Lopez Coming Out with 'Knockout Fitness' Book


Mario Lopez
Mario Lopez is coming out with his own fitness book, titled "Mario Lopez's Knockout Fitness," which will be officially released on May 13, 2008.


It's Mario Lopez's first foray into the literature business. The TV personality is coming out with his own fitness book.

The book, titled "Mario Lopez's Knockout Fitness" is published by Rodale Books and scheduled for a May 13 release date. It discusses a "diverse exercise regimen that brings together sweat, discipline, and excitement to help readers achieve the best body possible."

The 256-page hardcover book, moreover, also includes color photographs of "Mario exercising with his celebrity friends."

Lopez reportedly will be touring to promote the book, which is being made available for pre-order on Amazon, beginning May 14, from New Jersey to California, and back to Illinois and Minnesota.

Check out Lopez's MySpace page for his touring schedule.

Lopez is well known for his breakout role as high school jock A. C. Slater on the NBC hit comedy series "Saved by the Bell." He's currently the host of Extra TV and MTV's "Randy Jackson Presents America's Best Dance Crew."

© AceShowbiz.com


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