Part Tony Robbins, part Mehmet Oz, here is fitness guru and creator of P90X Tony Horton’s wake-up call for readers—a motivational and practical guide to creating a better life and a healthier body.
One of America’s best-known and most-loved fitness gurus, "master of motivation" Tony Horton shares his philosophy that will help you live your best life. In his first non-workout book, he offers 11 Rules that provide a clear path and purpose for achieving life goals and obtaining optimal health.
Written with his trademark irreverence, candor, and take-no-prisoners approach, The Big Picture shows you how your physical health is intricately linked to your mental, financial, and family health, and overall happiness and contentment—and how the same skills and principles that work in the gym work in every area of life. Tony shares stories of the hard-won battles he’s faced—many of the same life challenges experienced by his fans—from childhood bullies and problems at school, to financial troubles and being overweight.
Enlightening and practical, The Big Picture can help you how to slim down, feel good, and live better.
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About the Author
Tony Horton is the creator of P90X, the bestselling fitness program in America. His training techniques have produced amazing results for clients such as Rob Lowe, Ewan McGregor, Bruce Springsteen, Usher, Sheryl Crow, and many professional athletes. He is the author of two fitness books, Bring It! and Crush It! He lives in Santa Monica, California.
Table of Contents
Law 1 Do Your Best and Forget the Rest 1
Law 2 Find Your Purpose 11
Law 3 Have a Plan 27
Law 4 Variety is the Spice of…Everything 45
Law 5 Consistency Reigns Supreme 63
Law 6 Crank Up the Intensity 83
Law 7 Love it Or Leave It 101
Law 8 Get Real 123
Law 9 Find a Balance 141
Law 10 Stay Flexible 167
Law 11 The Three R's: Recharge, Recover, Relax 185
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Simply put: I loved it. Reading Second time through.
Love this book. It is very motivating and real. Lot of good tips that make sense and keeps you interested.
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