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Fitness Expert Tony Horton Appears on Popular 'Body Do Over' - Top Weight Loss Podcast
LOS ANGELES, May 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --Tony Horton, the master behind America's best-selling fitness program P90X, engaged in an information-rich interview on the "Body Do Over" podcast, which is one of the most popular shows on iTunes in the health and fitness category as well as the health and nutrition category.
BodyDoOver.com has created a community for people who want to lose weight and keep it off permanently. Co-host John Schaefer has also created a free quick start guide for listeners to download at FreeBodyDoOver.com
"Even though our podcast is only two months old, we are able to stay at the top of the charts and attract A-list celebrity guests because our information simplifies weight loss, no gimmicks or silver bullets here," said Cut Method's John Schaefer, Co-host of Body Do Over, and a professional personal trainer who has helped hundreds of people lose weight permanently over the past 15 years.
In the interview, Tony talks about how he was a terrible athlete when he was young. He tells the story about how working out changed his attitude and his mood. In the interview, Horton answers such questions as:
- How to sustain physical fitness for the long term.
- What a typical work out looks like for him each week.
- What nutrition plan works best for him.
- When the last time Tony was out of shape.
- Tony's advice for men over 40 who are trying to lose weight.
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About Body Do Over Podcast
Cut Method's John Schaefer and Matt "The Do Over Guy" Theriault have collaborated to create a show where they simplify weight loss in the interest of making permanent results permanent. John has helped hundreds of clients lose hundreds of pounds permanently and Matt has tried hundreds of diets losing hundreds of pounds temporarily. Needless to say, Matt's the guy with all the questions and John's got all the answers.
Each week they will tackle a new subject about weight loss and real world subjects such as:
- How much exercise is really necessary?
- How closely do I have to watch my calories?
- When is the best time to eat sweets?
- How to manage weight loss when you love booze?
- What's the real secret behind washboard abs?
Each subject will be tackled in 15-20 minute episodes.
John Schaefer, co-host of Body Do Over: John is a professional personal trainer with a degree in Exercise Science from Florida State University. He has trained and counseled hundreds of people over the last 15 years in fitness and nutrition. Founder ofCut Method, John specializes in changing the way people view fitness and nutrition as a whole to create rapid and lasting results both mentally and physically.
Matt Theriault, co-host of Body Do Over: Matt is a United States Marine Corps veteran, an entrepreneur and author in the field of personal development and host ofYour Do Over. Plagued with "yo-yo dieting" for much of his adult life, Matt teamed up with John to put an end to the yo-yo cycle once and for all. He's here to ask the tough questions about staying in shape, and eventually transform his abs to look like John's.
About Tony Horton
Tony Horton's first book, "Bring It" published by Rodale books, debuted January 2010, and his second eBook, "Crush It," debuted in May 2012. He also whips about 140 members of Congress into shape on Capitol Hill at the Results Gym. He did his first workout at the Pentagon this June. He has also warmed up the crowd for our first lady, Michelle Obama and her "Let's Move Campaign."
Tony has been featured in numerous national publications like Men's Fitness, Fitness, SELF, Women's Health and People, and has made multiple appearances on TV including CNN, ABC, A&E, NBC, CBS, FOX and TV Guide Network. His training techniques have produced amazing results for Rob Lowe, Sean Connery, Bruce Springsteen, Usher, Tom Petty, Billy Idol, Annie Lennox and Sheryl Crow.
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