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About the Book
P90X creator Tony Horton is known by millions of fans for his take-no-prisoners, straight-talking approach to fitness. Now, with The Big Picture, Tony brings his energetic, no-nonsense style to bear on the rest of your life, sharing his formula for success outside of the gym.
Tony's 11 Laws are the basis for his bestselling workout programs—here he shows readers how to apply them to the rest of their lives for instant and dramatic change. Using eye-opening examples from his own journey as well as inspiring stories from people he's met along the way, Tony shows you how to identify the life you want—and walks you through the path to creating it.
This is the self-improvement book for people who want results, not hand-holding. If you're ready to commit, put in the time, and do the work, you can create the big picture of your dreams.
“…Tony gets vulnerable and allows us to peek into his journey to success, sharing valuable tools on how to succeed at anything and be happy, healthy, balanced and fulfilled while doing it. A very fun and inspirational read from a guy who has helped so many people transform their lives.” —Darin Olien, Creator of Beach Body's Shakeology
“…Tony lives it--he beat the odds, took charge of his life, and changed his future. In The Big Picture, he shows you how to create breakthrough success in every area of your life.” —Brendan Brazier, Professional Ironman and author of Thrive
“As a society, our collective bad habits and poor lifestyle choices are killing us softly. In The Big Picture, Tony provides us with a roadmap to change….This is an inspiring, motivating book that will make you feel accepted and understood, while also making you laugh out loud.” —John M. Ratey, MD, Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
“If you really want to GO FOR IT, in life or in fitness, Tony Horton is truly your guy. Not easy, but it’s not supposed to be. He’s as good as it gets, at the high end.” —Chris Crowley, New York Times bestelling coauthor of Younger Next Year