Fitness guru Tony Horton has inspired and motivated millions of people to get and stay fit. In this interview, the creator of the P90X reveals his favorite Olympic sport, dishes on his cheat foods, and shares a 5-minute workout.
Duren's commitment to exercise changed her life. Before she became a Marine Corps spouse, she was an obese teenager, with no idea how to work out or eat right, but over the years, she transformed herself into to a 128-pound mom of two.
You told your friend it was nice to see someone like me buy vegetables "for a change." You know, because you have been shopping with me before to see what I buy. You also made the assumption that I do not care about my health.
Most exercisers do not exercise for how they feel while they are exercising. They do it for how they feel afterwards and the results that they get from doing it. Commit for just this coming week and see if you can utilize your extra hour and jump-start your fitness regime.
I take issue with transformations that are manipulated with Photoshop, professional lighting, postures to degrade or enhance their look, pro tans, sucking in or pushing out a belly, or flexing muscles. I decided to take my own transformation photos to see what was possible with a few tweaks.
I thought that I was in decent shape. Two or three visits to the gym each week, a combination of cardio and weights, shapely-ish biceps. Surely I could beat a 42-year-old congressman from Wisconsin in a battle of strength.
Many of the millions of people who actually do yoga in this country do it so they will look hot and have a rocking body, while many of the people who teach and cultivate yoga in this country turn a blind eye to this and pretend that everyone does yoga purely for the deep spiritual insight.
Over time, we'd given up gym memberships, bought some home equipment. We exercised, but it was no longer challenging. When my husband saw Tony Horton on television asking: "Are you bored with your exercise routine?" he picked up the phone and ordered.