Rick is joined by Tony Horton this week on “Tech of Sports.”
Fitness Icon and Expert Personal Trainer to Tom Petty, Billy Idol, Bruce Springsteen and Stevie Nicks, Tony Horton, believes that real and lasting change can happen when we commit to health as a lifestyle. Exercise, whole foods, and the right mindset is the formula that leads to a vibrant, productive and full life for anyone who focuses on being the best they can be—and even in his 60s, Horton is proving it’s possible to maintain maximum health at any age. Now, Tony after making a remarkable comeback from an autoimmune disease, Tony is bringing his mission to the world in a new way, with the release of Power Life: workout supplements designed for people who are looking to maintain their health as they get older. With a focus on whole-body health, Power Life tackles digestion from multiple angles, giving muscles well-deserved relief, and supporting whole-body health with every scoop. Featuring a 3-part approach that focuses on a healthy base line, protein and recovery, these products provide the nutrition that 90% of Americans are not getting in their diet. As founder and developer of Power Life, Tony Horton has dedicated his career to helping others reach their full potential, in fitness, and in life.
Now, at 61 years old, he embodies the idea of active aging, and his mission is to shatter the concept that people have to slow down because of their age. Tony Horton is also the creator of P90X2®, P90X3®, and Ten Minute Trainer®, and most recently his 22-Minute military inspired workout, 22 Minute Hard Corps®.
His Foundation Four was created for anyone who wants to be more focused, energized, and present every day. This formula can be especially helpful for those who regularly struggle with digestive discomfort and low energy, since it’s full of digestive-supporters and revitalizing minerals. Simply mix one scoop of Foundation Four into a 4-6 oz glass of water or add it to a morning smoothie. To maximize benefits, you can drink Foundation Four in the morning to take on the day with fewer digestive issues, and more energy.
Rick has a great talk with Tony about all he has going on and as a former trainer of Sean Connery, he might even give us his best Connery impersonation.