Celebrity trainer Tony Horton is best known for his very successful P90X at-home fitness program. It was followed by P90X2, P90X3, and a number of smaller programs. Many have found success with the programs over the years, but they are definitely not easy. We spoke to Tony recently and asked him what exercises people starting his programs have the most trouble with. Here's what he told us:
Alistair Lawson, from Leeds, is in the running to take part in international TV show This Is Your Life Change and is hoping to expand his business, Smacking Fish, as a result.
The programme aims to help six budding entrepreneurs prepare both mentally and physically for the challenges associated with setting up a new business.
The six people who are chosen will be flown to the Fijan Island of Voro Voro and given rigorous life, business and fitness coaching along with continued support after the show has ended.
The event was moderated by radio broadcaster and SME journalist Liz Barclay, and the panel consisted of academics Dr. Stephann Makri, Dr Matthew Smith and Douglas Miller and successful online fashion retail entrepreneur, Sarah Curran.
Tony Horton has long been known as one of the most visible people in American fitness. He created P90X, one of the most successful home workout programs of all time. But Tony doesn't try to hide the importance of diet in fitness, weight loss, and life in general. We recently asked him the $1 million nutrition question: What does Tony Horton's diet look like?
This is the second half of a two-part interview with money expert and motivational speaker Barbara Stanny, who has just published a new book, “Sacred Success: A Course in Financial Miracles” (BenBella). “Sacred Success” focuses on helping women achieve affluence by going for greatness. Stanny calls it “a primer on [...]
At the peak of Andrew Carnegie's career, he crossed paths with an impressive journalist named Napoleon Hill, who he trusted to document — and share with the world — the strategies that turned him into one of the wealthiest and most successful businessmen of all time.
So put me on a highway/And show me a sign/And take it to the limit one more time That mid-70s song from The Eagles' fourth album — the message of which is to "keep trying", according to band member Randy Meisner who cowrote the song — is what Mark Cuban must have sung to himself. Not once or twice. Cuban had a string of failures, including coming a cropper when he tried to sell powdered milk, start a pub and give disco lessons.
Miriam Metzinger submits: Stocks discussed on the in-depth session of Jim Cramer's Mad Money TV Program, Wednesday May 25.
CEO Interview: Bahram Akradi, Life Time Fitness (LTM). Other stock mentioned: Whole Foods (WFMI)