This week we talk to Tony Horton about the law of consistency
Tony Horton is the master behind the best-selling fitness series: P90X®, P90X2®, 10-Minute Trainer®, his latest 30-minute dynamo P90X3® and the brand new “X” series prequel; P90. Tony is a world-class motivational speaker and author of the top selling books “Bring It,” “Crush It,” and the incredibly motivating “The Big Picture.” He has appeared on countless television and radio programs as a fitness and lifestyle expert and is sought after to appear at Fortune 500 corporate events, health and wellness expos, universities and over 40 military bases throughout the world.
For the past 25 years, Tony has used his unique brand of humor to change the lives of over 8 million people through his powerful fusion of motivation, physical exercise, nutrition and discipline. From world class athletes, pro sports teams, congressmen, celebrities and the U.S Military, to corporate executives, couch potatoes and busy moms and dads alike, Tony has what it takes to reach and teach them all.
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In This Interview Tony and I Discuss…
- The One You Feed parable
- How Tony used to feed his bad wolf
- How we all need different approaches to changing our lives
- The importance of the right teacher
- Starting with the physical aspect of change
- Working on the things we can control
- The mental benefits of physical action
- The downside of shortcuts to feeling better
- Doing your best and forgetting the rest
- The judging mind
- The law of consistency
- The cause of the health care crisis
- The importance of trying different things
- Starting small and building
- The lesson that has taken him the longest to learn