Tony Horton

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is an American fitness trainer best known for the boot camp style P90X home fitness program. His direct-response advertisements are some of the most frequently aired infomercials on American television.

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Congratulations for doing the work, you picked up the phone. You opened the box. You allocated time to do it. The hammer doesn't build the house.

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I love you my brother that's why I put a really good modifier into those dive bomber pushups. The movement comes in handy next time you are escaping from prison.

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I see a lot of questions in regards to the Ketogenic diets. I am a big picture guy, so I try to keep things simple, my focus is different. I don't eat one thing and avoid another with the hope that it's going to burn more fat. I don't have the patience for it. I train super hard 6 days a week, focus on getting better, stronger, faster, and more flexible. And I eat like a beast. Paleolithic meals, vegan meals, vegetarian meals, Flexetarian, mexican, italian. I just stay away from processed crap, fast food junk and try to avoid food made in a factory. High fiber, highly nutritious, whole, GMO free, foods that my great great great grand parents would recognize, nuff said about that.

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First of all you're a Rock Star dude. I get it, you can't do some stuff. I've been to Walter Reed Army Hospital twice. A lot of these guys and gals have lost arms and legs, in some case 2 legs and 1 arm, but they keep fighting, they keep trying, they keep working. And so have you apparently. When I tore my bicep tendon, or shattered my knee, I wasn't able to do a lot of things. But I kept training, I focused on the things I could do. You have two choices, figure out how to move with the situation you have and get better. Or focus on your bad luck and feel sorry for yourself. In just reading your question I think it's pretty clear, which of those two choices you will make. With that said, there are straps you can buy that you wrap around your wrists, which then continue to wrap around a pull up bar. Which will actually help you do your first real pull up, it might now work but it's worth giving a try. Rock on brother!

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  1. That sounds about right. Probably a huge bison burger smothered in grilled onions, multigrain roll, one sunny side up egg, avocado and a side of sweet potato fries. And to drink I would probably have a great big Dr. Pepper. But I would never do that on my 125th birthday.

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No I have not had any German Potato Soup lately, but I have had some vegetarian chili.

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In regards to the rabbit line--crazy stuff comes out of my mouth, I might have said squirrel or platypus. I was just referring to the great form and range of motion I was observing at the moment. Don't over think PilatesX, the movements and the breathing protect and strengthen your lower back while also improving your entire abdominal wall.

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I'm excited about 4 things.

  1. The number of people we are going to be able to help with P90X3.
  2. The launch of my new book The Big Picture on February 4th, the book I've always wanted to write. The information in The Big Picture is going to help people finish X3 so they could stay fit for the rest of their lives.
  3. Launching Tony Horton Kitchen in 7-11
  4. Being able to connect with millions more people on my Youtube channel Tony Horton Fitness.

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Most definitely.

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I wish I would've have said yes to as many opportunities as I do now.