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you do look fantastic after that workout
in about five weeks i will loose thirty pounds like that that's the best weight loss
that's my next program yeah are you guys need a hand up
trying to be funny
break too much how's everybody doing in
who can I work out this morning awesome
love to teach everyone to be arm who did make it like you people
trumka me twenty so arm
thank you our talk a little bit about how to be awesome and how to make some
money and how to be successful how to be happy
and I'll in 209 if you're interested in those things but also first wanna talk
about me a little bit I know Rahman getting my story
a bit there I love the microphone I flying back to encounter again
so on down mother Cora Cora on nevermind
even flashback im sorry all those people in the room
call soap I was born in a van down by the river
actually was born in the state around our ocean state
and some my father was in the military
so he was a tank commander and we moved six times before fifth grade so we
started morale in
and we moved to Kentucky Kentucky to Hawaii Hawaii to Connecticut Connecticut
to upstate New York back to connecticut then rowan and then we finished in
communicating added an extra town there how to know
baby but but you know I was a very very insecure kid and I had a speech
impediment
I was a terrible student because I had so many different teachers and some
different friends and yeah I was that kid they got shoved in a locker got beat
up in
the last kid picked for every team except for dodgeball weird
in anyway
I'll take him you know easy targets so are
it was a bit of a struggle for me when I when I was a wee boy and um
and are my father was a tremendous athlete he played football basketball
baseball he was the capital of three
and his father really pushed him quite hard and that's the way to the back in
the fifties in the forties
and that mindset didn't change much are my coaches I did make the football team
actually technically
they kept me on the football team because I mean awesome
tackling dummy between Mondays and Thursdays
and then are usually in Friday night's I was a guy with a helmet gone
yen is plane was awesome and you know you want
like in warmups are the only time I really got dirty was in warmups I get
down there around the much I look like I played
because typically you know take a picture afterward memories uniforms were
felt in this is
perfectly white uniform that was mined I don't even have to wash mine this is
perfect
then I'm off to college and I majored in a
chasing girls in drinking beer that turned out really well so you know I
don't want you to think that I was a
somebody who is involved in fitness in was a brilliant student that wasn't the
case in I was kinda get through life
my father I after the military arm was on the road Monday to Friday so
he was just my mom my two sisters hanging out and
I had a couple friends but we were terribly athletically and we played
stickball in
some basketball and you know the usual things but we didn't exercise our train
that's something that the athletes did this something I was forced to do when I
did play
high school football but it wasn't my nature is not who I wise and I really
struggled in school
up I think I'm gonna blame it on up removing all those times
as a compliment me the same way arm
but also to I also struggled I as to college
you know I was also no I never and they're actually graduated from
University rely on
but I was very fortunate to the week a graduation
a different mine from high school called and he said what he don't ring the
summer ice I think I'm gonna commit suicide
shows about right been cuz I could have been more depressed more sad and
and more are I
concerned about my future because I really didn't know where I was going to
go on when I was gonna do
and I wasn't I was eating crap you know I was eating whatever I i and I was on a
budget
as a college student and arm you know a garbage the morning I
garbage at lunch in a garbage at dinner cuz I did no better cuz it was the
seventies and that's what we ate
you know there's no such thing as hell for their health nuts is to call them
health nuts
like that healthiest happiest people are nuts that's nuts
as far as I'm concerned you know and so arm when I'm let the California the
crazy thing was
they were fitness facilities on every corner had never seen that before
because I solomon high school my solemn
University but I'd I'd never been to an aerobics class before i'd never walked
into a public gym
where they were the equipment was better than anything I've ever seen back on the
east coast in this was very intriguing to me you know and so
are I did take a weightlifting class in college for a semester
that was my only happily because I was good at pushing our and I really like to
like the feeling
love changing statically I didn't do it for any other reason other than I wanted
packs an arm so I can walk around campus with my shirt off
which in was embarrassing in the winter
it was man called who knew
right so sober when I went to California you know I became an actor
I know Rahman touched upon a little bit or attempted to be an actor in so I
finally got an agent that was a big deal right when you got an agent and you did
anything agent told you
and he said hey you know you can hear their billing it some arms
and swim right in the gym and I said taking aerobics classes and I was doing
some bodybuilding and
I'd go to the track and I do some running and it was really up for a
nominal lifestyle cuz you without california
you know it's sunny 362 days over the year hit right now she's gonna be sorry
for ever in the whole thing's gonna
just burn up in float away in the way it's going right now even have seen rain
in months but
that's just the nature of RV our for the environment
in california and I loved it you know and so I was you know hot to touch
months to my job
early on but I was a handy man I was a carpenter and I was a waiter and I was a
dishwasher
and I was a go go dancer hello bang hella be as I got nothin on me
you know and it's what I did you know I'm enough for my came into town said is
your father know you're dancing on a box in a club
now
he has no idea about that he thinks I'm a carpenter and I was a man I did
everything I could to make a few bucks
and arm I was a train mein so I've to put this down
here up
all
and so I put on my my makeup which work again
gonna cut out
turn anyway can you hear me all right right
I will not move so I can appear and I get my class box
and I would do my thing and I put that had out if I made about 10 to 15 bucks
I go to the corner liquor store and I pick up my choosing you over and I
eat it for breakfast lunch and dinner until I ran out and I go back down to
the pier and I do some were my man that's how I survived
in between jobs and I did stick with very often because
you know who wants to wait tables for for years on and who wants to work
retail stew oak tree selling you know
fifteen dollar polyester pants junior this is this is my life but I was in
California so who cared
I'm in california mountain peach about the peach look at these
me is club so we would go to survive we would go to the buffet
you know and we'd you know get the fear that the hot dogs in a blanket and fried
shrimp and we just munch on nose and
stick a punch in our pocket and have that for breakfast lunch the next day in
this is surviving
early on so are you know I when I came to California I didn't know anybody
I'm near the front brought me out there and he went off to get a real job amid a
real girl on
you know and I was condom on my own I was still trying to figure things out
but I was going to these gems on a regular basis and I was began learn
about health and wellness
but I was doing it for the wrong reasons I was doing for the reason why most
people still do it
here in 2014 most people exercise with hope and dreams are going to look
different in the future
so it's all about a static sent you go and if that worked
then everybody would be super fit you know but most of us can't really survive
on that
lame reason for exercise it shouldn't be about the scale on the mir
and the tape measure in those reasons it shouldn't be about for nafta pictures
what it should be is about improving the quality your health today
and I did disc
furthest into later in my fitness but I saw I was working out just to have
muscles cuz I thought was that was cool cuz I was single male
and I thought that would you know give me to meet a nice girl
so on got one day i finally get a real job was working at 20th Century Fox I
was a runner
there and with my shirt off look at look on my face like
yet get a hard-on flexing right now
came and smile on my boobs explode
nap
am I was younger than in
set of so are I got this ruling the job and I was over at Fox out watching
movies being made and I was feeding the cat 9 was
you making coffee and his lights go dim
thank you I'll but at the same time I had a great my boss would allow me to
going to auditions and and
I had to get my job done but still I was able to can live in both worlds
and as I became more more fit more more followed health and fitness
my boss came to me and said you know you look you look
really great I've seen you change in course last six months you know you're
more muscular your belly is gone
can start training me so this guy harlan good man who use before me in the music
industry
was my first client was my first guy and so I would train harlan the morning we
both go to work together
and he would try to make a movie and he could make up the save his life
love her he never made a movie the entire time and so that
that job was ten US I knew it was going to be there long because
such things are working well with that with that company with production
company
but I was meeting more people I was meeting people in the lot hey harland
looking like he's in great shape can get mean cheaper on a sudden had 34 clients
so
now I'm auditioning for acting jobs and working a lot
I'm and I got this little tiny many training business on the side
in one day harlan finally realizes she go back to musically can make a movie
switch walking down the halls
apiece and management and in the other direction is Tom Petty
ho hey harlan you look fantastic
harlem's from Gainesville my I meant
Tom Tom Perry or do you do when you look great
and houses on working out with Tony Horton toll report known
or his number so one day Tom Petty calls me at my my picks up the phone
says hello heart stone patio I'm looking for Tony Horton
click his heels skies
and I'm king of the hill who was at
some guy saying it's probably Perpich downstairs screwing with us he says is
Tom Petty
hikers funny ring Harlow's
my name's Tom Perry I think simply hung up on me my girls
act-up keep
hello home in Ames Co is this
Jamestown bowling from her own goodman's home
gonna ago the tour Cohen my own
going in shape my wife and I are fire can come to my house tomorrow
here would you live with and he was like you know I I pulled up
the gates next gate next gate
right I pull up in it she s as we say in california
bitch I'm it is the coolest need us
multi-level ranch waterfalls bring you all inside goal record goal record goal
record
Qatar's harm Tom Petty is my wife Jane I got a tour
can get me in shape so I put on the elliptical because the pre-lab to go on
a stationary bike
so got the equipment I got a bench got some dumbbells
not just the basics near a couple mats I put him on the stationary bike
for a couple seconds are
ahead on level 1 it went to see 2012 had on one girl
so I just of overlord
I of course curtain our Shroff
he did level 0 no tension machine of
for a minute 36 seconds and I are in a game a couple love
ten pound dumbbells to do curls over heavy
not only got three months later he was doing level 6 for 25 minutes
any was pension 40s and and
it was a long slow process i mean he went from to
home no two different lifestyle so I was able to
really help clean him up cut his cigarettes in half
can come out altogether but I gotta eat healthy and we started out slow
we did cardio on one day we did wait on others basically the beginning of power
90
and he went off on tour in these were in he's wearing sleeveless shirts and do
any Springsteen like
freakin settings bands like holy crap was this guy just slow down you know
and everybody noticed you know so I admire you might small group I had
harlan a couple dozen I had Tom Petty
company one of on tour all in after the tour
my phone didn't stop ringing Billy Idol Stevie Nicks
Annie Lennox sean connery Shirley MacLaine Ewan McGregor
been all the sudden my my morning started out with Billy Idol Tom Petty
Annie Lennox Stephen Stills
sean connery Monday Wednesday Friday
I was a cool life I don't gotta feed the cat Neymar
I don't gotta do this anymore on a stage
bang there cuz again see them so good I pop the migraine of my head saw all the
sudden I was a trainer I didn't plan on being a trainer I went out to be
you know a cross between Jim Carrey and Brad Pitt alrighty then
you now so it didn't quite go the way I wanted to but because I had this
acting training because I was going to acting class because I was going to
auditions because I was learning how to read
a teleprompter because I was pretty good are doing voice-overs
while also doing the side business as a trainer who knew that the two things
that come together
you saw that lovely pictured me with the midriff looking now
that was my first job it was with Nordic Track and I we go back and forth to
Minneapolis
and I do these little jobs you know for their various
silly products didn't really do any
thing but I was it was great you know it's a great experience for me
and then at some point you know when I was overly talkin thirteen years ago
I wasn't getting more which is great I was still able to go on my out my ski
trips which was nice
my I don't have to have roommates anymore my apartment arm
I was able to convert one in my bed rooms in into a gym and I would have
social mclean come over to my three bedroom apartment in Santa Monica which
was
kinda funny family had time to tell that Madonna story of a boy
was on that one time at Billy I'll sell so I don't have time for that story but
it was really really cool because I was with the icons have
rock n roll on and legends have about word and I was
I was living a really cool lifestyle and I had to broken down cars which
I thought was really cool glad two cars you know an app on it because one would
break and have to have the other one to drive all over town but you know they
consisted of
couple clients at the house Malibu Venice Culver City
you know back to Malibu I was driving like myself all over town to train these
folks
I was probably make an you know 60k a year and I thought I was on top of the
world
arm then very fortunately for me i think is an important part of the story
which is might affect each and every one of you at that stage in my life
I was reading every self-help book I could from Don Miguel Ruiz to Tony
Robbins to
to deepok chopra
I'm you know just I just want to better myself pop
and for Austin back tears freaking out but
but you know and I would go to the seminars as well you know whether the
financial it would be worth far as relationships
are you know I was just I just wanted to become more successful I knew somewhere
beyond 60 grand
here is is kinda where I want to live I didn't know how to do it so I just went
to the experts
and dinner and everything I do and see you read resonate with me know I mean a
less felt like a lot of times a person it was crap
but it always be another tour I can wear contacts that's what I want that's what
I need you know it's so
I was reading I'm I think Keith ellis's book
the magic lamp and if you don't have a singing I can leave you with
go by Keith Ellis has booked a magic lamp love your onto yours business
owners and CEOs
but really really helps guide you helped me cuz I was caught between that and my
an act
her or amaya trainer you know what I mean and that that really helped me
focus on what it was and I need to do
I'm where I need to go so are there were these lessons in the book and learn
lessons was
are for no other reason other than it was a a way to try to challenge yourself
go either way into something extraordinary for somebody you're in
conflict with
that was the last thing that was the lesson to go out of your way into
something extraordinary
for some your car how wanted to chat that sucks you know only one do nice
things for people I like
I when I wanna kidding from gets home
on this particular Saturday I'm playing basketball with the lawyers legal rights
so
these lawyers who get together that was me so you know we spent probably fifty
percent over time playing basketball
and the other 50 percent arguing about the call you know so
I'm waiting Harrison is one gentleman seems Ben van a back door he just
retired
his fifty I'll then it's probably
to in quite well I'm can not much money that is made but he's been very
successful he's the
he is a former CEO Gotti rancor bill gushing Greg rancor on the number one
for sure company in the
in the world and you know we're making our way up the ladder we're getting
closer but we're certainly not as big as coffee maker
and Ben van about intense channel hard-working
very opinionated didn't like me I didn't like him
and so quite often and Saturdays we were getting these arguments
on this particular day we were on the same team and they're both playing
pretty well we just won the game
and he was complaining about his way up 35 pounds overweight
and he was talking to someone has some his pals
and om I callous way you know I'm a trainer
so I thought to myself on your way into something extraordinary for somebody
here in conflict where
well I don't like dat by headman are gone do the stupid playing
hoping move sonoma trainer and I can probably help you lose okay no
yes sounds great monarch what yeah Kim your number and you don't you train
Billy Idol in top anyone was paying attention that was kinda cool so I
write my number down I thought he would never call I was just being
you know courteous cuz we won the game and that afternoon he called me up and
said hey look I'm serious I
how can you know do you have Monday Wednesdays and Fridays OpenID
8 that's when I can come
night just lost a client who used to train at Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays
at 8 o'clock I said yeah
he said can you want to come here I said I got a gym at my house started training
him
turned out we had a lot in common foreshock is not always the case right
so
year later I want to meet this guy called Eichler
crowd like a sharp kid coming in from from of Philly
i think is going to work for us you guys have a lot in common I ami'm
called I clears the CEO a billion-dollar company called Beachbody
didn't exist fourteen years ago did not
exist car when I met we hit it off we go skiing together we go
you know out at night hanging out having dinner just talk about ideas
and so while he was with got the record he's doing awesome infommercial Slyke
at home LASIK eye surgery at was one in im
chest upper they are I placed a laser over in
then I'm sure they will turn out great you know hi pantyhose don't Ron says
stupid crap that he didn't really want to do
because he was a fitness guy NEC said to me said you know let's
you know let's see if I can get banned allow me to a little side thing we did
something called great body guaranteed
now keep in mind to broken down cars live in an apartment
you know I'm I'm not in debt but I was you know sixty cane that for a long time
making my sixty thousand dollars a year and
we made this product P two grand I'll box no royalties nothin just you know
just a flat fee
and it made money people noticed and are you know for sure running regional spots
the National spots
and down and some investors came in
and they want to build a company in so-called said to ban
you know what I'm gonna go of my own soap soap billing Greg unban
rented them a closet basically down the hall
so it was it was called Eichler Ben van a months roommate from college who would
be
now it's official the president who had nothing else to do hey I'll give you
this
office like start your own business became higher my own roommate from UCLA
in making your president in Fig town of
figure it out sure lucky John condom and talk about the right place the right
time
and turned out he was quite good at his job as well so it was college on a
secretary
in a closet and we made power nineteen people look at us was power 90 power 90
is pre
p 90 x it was six days work and exercise anybody have power 90
first power 90 yeah had a half-inch takedown chair I
got the right there next year VCR covered in dust nope no big deal in
school
and so power 90 made money
crazy first year nobody bar why because every watching infomercials before saw
some quick fix diet are some piece of equipment was supposed to change their
life
in 10 minutes a day i three times a week this was or by the way we're gonna tell
you to eat well
and you gotta work out six days a week alternating cardio and resistance
almost the exact same program I created for Tom Petty when I first rate showed
training him
but why develop something you could do it for your television set without
the bench press and and all the all the equip so
at first year crickets say we told you so all the experts in it she said you
cannot get america
to work that hard need to clean they're lazy bastards
you gotta trickum and then went after deftly trying to figure out your
your product is crap you gotta bring in another one and we decided you know what
this worked for Tom Petty Billy Idol in Bruce Springsteen
and other people who really certainly truly care about their health and
wellness in the inner and then understand the importance of it
and so all the sudden people were beginning to to submit a before and
after pictures
in their own personal video from their journey from power 90 the footage in the
before and afters were so compelling
we stopped using you know the folks from our original test group and we started
using their footage
and there before and after pictures and we redid the CNE infommercial for the
second year
it went from month flat to through the roof
it broke all records it was huge the company went from three employs 250
to 150 to 200 to 250 we had to move from one facility to another cuz we're going
so fast and so furious
our customer service was growing our we had to bring in you know
our own editors and everything else and it just it just build the company and
you're so at that point prior to that
I make sure that I got an attorney and
I got a royalty rate cuz i wasnt just get a flat fee in and leave
and Coliseum's keepers so thankful that it was
it done so well and I love had to do because I was silly and goofy in my
personality had a lot to do with the reason why people continue to do and got
those results
and so you know I got I got my first forty checks
you know and I as an actor you know you do a long row commercial all it ran in
San Francisco San Diego in guam
let's open at up all eighteen dollars and fifty cents
and buy some socks and i'd open up these royalty checks in gold
Paul Wall time to buy
a house you don't mean it was
crazy so I went with three bedroom apartment you know in Santa Monica with
an awesome view the convalescent home
if you got up on the roof you could see palm trees at the beach in an offer you
know then I said looking at houses
and I'd say Nick my realtor go you can for a nice house
you can for a bigger house you can for a nicer hi serious I
I can remember seeing this house in Santa Monica and it was you know this
this modern Mediterranean multiple levels
are had this amazing you know a
backyard a guest house and then get on the guest house
and you could see San Gabriel Mountains that are now on fire
and the Hollywood sign you could see UCLA
you can see Mount Baldy which the highest mountain in in in Los Angeles
it was this ridiculous and you could see the Getty you could see downtown
it was it was a dream come true you know i mean i i lived n
squalor 421 and a half years
21 and a half years and that same apartment
and now I walk in the house a mic was at Christmas
lottery its you know it's I L unbelievable and so I just turned lower
the realtor up you know up from the guy was selling I said it sold
how much sold sold are useful to go see a screw it this
African Court gorgeous and that seems about right
and so hoff you know ended up ended up to
10 2007 came in one worth what I paid for but now it's it's going up in value
quite a bit
and I still live there today and um you know with pic with
with power 90 came p90 X and
that tanked and so my big giant house had no furniture in it
and I wasn't going out I wasn't going skiing and I was in a lotta macaroni and
cheese cuz I was freaking out I got to get the place up
like a lot of actors in Hollywood I a TV series on a bye
a Maserati in a big place in MI series gets cancelled and now I'm down on Iran
by the river again you know on
I was so fearful that but I kept my nose to the grindstone I just said
I said the car we got to create the next product let's get after it
and he agreed and we put p90x2 out there arm
and nobody bothered either and so much 0
because we make we had a really our program and then we made harder one
and why did we help the obese what were we thinking and that was the big debate
she help folks are really slowing with the way well let's just take you know
our customers from power 90
and see if they wanna go extreme and the same thing happened first year nothing
second I second-year those before and afters came in the fridge came in
and when so I bought a house in Jackson Hole
hmm Wyoming from and I bought one right now
so you know it's really been a blast are
and and when I try to protect try to
sorry Austin I try to walk the talk you know I mean there's a lot of fitness
crews out there and meet him in person
in you go who I you look like you know he's strong Keith
fat he doesn't walk the talk for me is so critical
arm to do exactly what I say because when I say works
you know it is is about exercising five to seven days a week in eating right as
often as you can
and if you do that amazing things are going to happen to you
above and beyond going to seminars in reading books
and and I you know getting graduate degrees
really what matters here in this is straight from the Harvard Business
Review
is that when you exercise and also if anybody's read I'm John Raese books Park
books Park buy that book because when you buy that book
you will not miss work out on you like a king and a queen and here's the reason
the reason why I'm a success undiscovered
vests and it'll be fine in I'm not successful other than the fact that I i
I walk the talk and and you know
when you when you move on a regular basis on care for to yoga pilates a
bodybuilding urs
Zuma or or pink are naked ping-pong tournaments okay what you're into
but the goal here is to stimulate your brain
which changes your emotion about who you are we're going to go
so you can work your ass off right but if you're eating crap and not moving in
a regular basis this thing isn't working as well as it can
the lack of creativity and pro and productivity and willingness to think
outside the box in exploring expanding have adventure in your life
slowly shrinks raise your hand if you got parents or grandparents with health
issues
that's almost all your pic put them up came up that's your shoulder workout for
the day
so as I say this I don't want you put your arms now I want to keep mop
are you can switch arms if you get tired see a building these businesses your
entrepreneurs you working really hard will guess what
5 10 15 20 years from now you're gonna beat them
she can't build your business you can't grow your business you can't become an
entrepreneur
because you're sick it when you're sick your priorities change because now your
job is to try to survive
your sickness type 2 diabetes Parkinson's disease Alzheimer's cancer
you name it you're gonna get it your parents had sex they made you
you can have their problems times too and to you start moving your ass and
making better food choices
there's a health care crisis in this country and guess what if the democrats
fall
it's the president's fall its Republicans fault it's the insurance
company's fault
it's here kept no it's nice we started
we can fix it it all comes I will you have the self-discipline
between these two hands and your phone call food
I'm dead-set it's not like walking shotgun a car accident a break in arms
you know hand in taking our shoulders that for the orthopedic folks to fix
but for the rest if it is because we put shock in her mouth
meal after meal after meal after meal
so you got your arms up in the air because your parents are sick guess what
gonna be them but worse any my microphone
mad
mmm I don't know
so raise your hand if you feel like you're the best she can possible be at
your age right now today
which arm in the air one name is Robyn is she kicks ass
to sino
to who who would like exact who would like to just be
fit ready strong able
right you wonder how to get there what the magic
first of all my books coming out February 4th is called the big picture
go get it sofas anything here that you don't pick up for can't remember
does you know even got all the whatever you need
by the book harper-collins to be very happy about that
so loud but here's the pierced the basics
the are you ok I'm gonna go to he just threw me off bacteria
cell her
this is this is for Austin man because he says
home I making me look bad so this formulas is not for
you know athletes necessarily it's for moms that have
businesses in for people who have time crunch is
and it's for anybody and everybody who wants to feel great
for a long time to avoid a lot of the problems that
your parents in your ancestors are suffering from and so you know my mother
passed away at 75
cancer she was a smoker company well as she she suffered from a lot of stress
and anxiety depression
and that's just kinda you know raise your cortisol levels and Tara Patel
amir's in
and interneuron you your organs in the marsh
are minnows cancer cells are just gonna go here yum yum yum chewed up right so
you're trying to avoid that so here's some the simple tools in which to do it
and and it's not easy me tell you right now it's not easy
but you have to change your priorities are really depends on how important it
is to you
so number one is you gotta exercise with lotsa variety like today for today's
exam to work at
right we push ups who did much miss martial arts we did at work
we did like stuff was it easy now we are modifications yesterday anybody die now
to shut up and do it again and again and again and again and yoga and pilates
Edwin aid
add weight training and cardio add something different every day
I work out I workout schedule seven days a week do i do all 70 but when I
schedule 7 is a great great likelihood I'm gonna do five
oftentimes I do six and sometimes a workout 18 days in a row because
all everything's lined up but sometimes it's four
which I don't like so you know it's like everything I'll
thing else in our life we debate we do the basics to survive
you brush your teeth we eat food you go to sleep at night
we take your business to take care of our family that's great surviving is
great
but if that's all you're doing then the and is going to suck
guaranteed last five to 15 years you live
are going to be lousy horrible miserable fill with disease
hospice care other people take care yo so you can fix that you're gonna die for
one of three things or some combination thereof
environmental so if you live next to Fukushima and Chernobyl
get out and are Nexus genetic some us just don't have
you know it's not spying on you know we've got hard issues in long and cell
re growth in with all kinds of things are genetic searches behavioral
so this one you can control
and one you can control staves off the other two quite well
Jack elaine's father died at fifty he that the ninety-six
father died from poor habits bad behavior
and also subject genetic really genetic issues Jack out with his father by half
a century
because he worked at every day he ate fruits vegetables whole grains lean
proteins healthy fats boom
that was his mantra that's what he did he was a maniac to the end
this guy did not did pushups for the entire length of johnny carson
episode johnnie invitame a is a jekyll any on armies america's that this guy on
Jackson's dad do a pushup thing is gonna do for an hour and a half are you f'ing
kidding me
on his 40th 50th 60th 70th birthday
shackle his hands and feet he put people in a row boats on his 40th birthday he
put forty people forty rowboats
shackled swam across San Francisco Bay yeah
that happened also did in the 70th birthday
and you can't do push-ups shot of so the goal here is
to at as much pride is possible because that's going to prevent
boredom injuries in Plateau State go here is
ok how old you are you can still get better you can still get stronger
and if you had variety you're going to prevent those injuries in the boredom in
the plateaus usually happens
when you think that doing the elliptical three times week is actually gonna do
something
who owns elliptical regime kid at
get some friends drag it down to curb filled with kerosene
Burnett son of a bitch and then go do something real the elliptical
is a a rehab device for people who go from I'm nearly dead 2 I don't wanna be
dead
now I can burn that piece a crap and go do jump he talks
and donkey kicks because the idea here to get better is to figure out how to
learn a skill
you know if you walk into a gym is filled with all these machines is
ridiculous machines we are sitting on your ass
you're working in arm are you working your chest and that's
it's great but we're not football players or hockey players
or basketball players for trying to get beat get bigger
elliptical machine it's the same thing over in over and over again
you know that
story box got modify that
but that be crap anyway
Sally on Thursday which Starbucks for at least 20
Starbucks
okay but to be honest and variety
riding riding riding its everything is going to keep you in the game is going
to changing more dramatically
it's going to prevent you from getting hurt is can add fun who wants those
thanks
bull number two consistency
the more you do the more you get skip brush your teeth for three days
that's nasty you wouldn't do it
skip a couple meals I can work for you I think I just will not gonna sleep
tonight cuz
I want alright so these things brushing your teeth
eating regularly getting some sleep this is what we do to survive survive
I want you to freakin thrive add fitness five to seven days a week
and your brain release nor Pougnet friend dopamine
serotonin brain-derived neurotrophic factor these are things that are already
inside your skull
waiting for you to move your ass when you move it all those are released
creativity goes to the roof productivity goes to the roof
and that happens from the top down automatic every time I don't care what
color you are what religion you
you your you're into how old none of that matters
everybody in here has hippocampus everybody in here as a dent hrs it's
this big
teeny since it's inside the side the
the temple above your brain when you move
oxygen goes in oxygen goes into the blood it's all about blood and breath
blood breath it happen today happened everybody in this room today
a whole showed up who showed up to work out better
who didn't worse didn't get
you didn't you didn't release those drugs that didn't happen for you
you didn't your your cognition didn't improve your memory didn't improve
Your Enthusiasm didn't prove your classes didn't go from half-empty
a half for the half have
empty to fall halter top over the rare
okay that's what happened people exercise today and guess what you don't
have to wait 60 90
days from now to get that you got it today paw
today you got it and who doesn't want that today who doesn't want to approve
the memory their cognition
sex try cuz blood goes everywhere
I'm just sayin
I you know I know blue pill blue shoes mill baby
you don't need it movement in a variety of ways
is the fountain view here looking for the fountain of youth gotta move your
ass in any way
it's that simple it's gotta happen often thriving happens from five to seven days
a week
for the rest of your life for the rest of your life
to your dying day you gotta move if you wanna feel better if you wanna be more
productive more creative
have a greater sense of adventure and build your businesses and kick some ass
I'm just say to watch that anybody
number three intensity
in this this goes beyond the fitness thing you know you have to always focus
on
pushing a little bit more thinking outside the box
asking more yourself you know when it comes to fitness
one more rep deeper range of motion focusing on your form
you know ammonia first doing mixed martial arts
up
go
well gotta get better
you know and so that that comes with anything and everything and when it
comes to life
intensity don't try to be a perfectionist don't try to shoot for the
moon the first week
be okay with sucking with being bad
being terrible we taking breaks giving yourself
a timeout it's alright it happen today in that room they were folks nearly came
in their petrified
did you leave petrified you less satisfied
ride in you got that
today that's why you know i i when it comes exercise and I fired up every time
norm up in the room last night in a traveling all day two different time
zones I wanna get some rest
but that damn GM missed out lobby for
I didn't work out today so a little mind game
because typically work out with other people so I walked in
in its you know it's not an ideal situation their treadmills
walk on treadmill press buttons
mall I ran a 5k run through 3.2 miles I try to do one
underneath her under half an hour which is not rocket speed but
I broke a sweat blood and breath came together
I walked out there all I walked inside
obsession walked out well it happens every time
Friday consistency intensity important
so now we're getting into the them the parts vs
that will help sustain you motivate inspire next
purpose nobody canna touched on this
the scale the tape measure
the dress size the opinions from
others about how great you look its all
bullshit
its it's smokin mir's
it doesn't sustain anyone and less for example
you're a bikini model or a fitness model
or a bodybuilder or you're somebody who looks to other people to make you feel
good
my purposes
i lov feeling like this love it
I love being in a great mood I love being happy all the time and that's what
exercise does because I'm releasing your prefered dopamine serotonin
and brain-derived neurotrophic factor so what does BDNF
protein molecule sitting sign in your brain inside you don't age iris
waiting funeral and you only have to do it for about 20 minutes if it's
its intense enough and you start to move in these proteins a molecule start to
vibrate
inside your brain and they come together and they create something called in
neurogenesis
so cool here is older than 26
my whose younger
you still get to F off
self for the rest of us
if we don't want that part of our brain to die
and rot and turned black so that we all end up with
early onset curmudgeon disorder then we move
because it's the only way we're gonna generate new blood cells not only inside
the brain but your entire body in the same thing happens with the organs in
your skin
and everything else you know so that's my purpose
if I move today sometimes it's yoga
sometimes as planned metrics sometimes his chest and arms sometimes it's
you know a 5k on a treadmill doesn't matter what it is as long as I got that
variety
then I'm gonna release not been different dopamine serotonin
brain-derived neurotrophic factor
and improve my cognition my memory my sense of adventure
my my level of happiness and joy and protect productivity in creativity
at and IR I'm gonna be a better
a better man a better boyfriend
a better trainer somebody who actually walks the walk and talks the talk
that's definite and all I have to do suffer for 20 minutes or more
on some level you know it really depends the reason why most people don't
exercise is because they don't like to be physically uncomfortable
they didn't like in high school it in like it junior high school in like it
when they were a little kid
and sell let's I'm gonna use and disuse this Albert this is enough
not enough to activate this thing you gotta move everything else from the neck
down for the rest of your life
that's my purpose I wanna feel good today I wanna be productive today
I wanna be better today I want to slow the aging clock down today
I'm gonna move today because if I don't I'm not gonna get
any those things that aging clocks just gonna spin and up just like my parents
or grandparents or worse sock-b_ desman
have peed set make sense purpose
hope that doesn't get you off your ass I don't know what will
works for me hope it'll work for you as well next is the plan
so you know you had planned to come here
right to get your flight you get your your deal with the kids while your way
in
you know whatever it is you have to plan everything in your life to be able to
have a life to be able to survive
but now you have to plan how to thrive as well
so its 10 times easier really
and what I like to do is in this is so simple it's crazy
is goal all school so 24 teams around the corner I mean it's just happen so
you can't for Italian lot yet to 2014 is now here we are said we're
I mean yeah I'll you the issue here January
arm suppliers of a calendar civil calendar
and part one of three places the back your front door
your bathroom mirror or your refrigerator and then you can write down
exactly what you gonna do
and what time you gonna do it now doesn't matter morning at night I don't
care what are 3 o'clock in the morning whatever you can do get
it doesn't matter me. ideally the morning is great its metabolism going
the brain is functioning a higher level throughout the day
night is great but if you in the morning is great if you do it at night then you
can sleep better in
years have to work with your schedule basically so for me my calendar still
30 years in Monday's 5:30 play metrics
Tuesday's 7:45 shoulders and arms
Wednesday cardio typically 5k Brun
I Thursday morning arm 8 o'clock
chest and back Friday boxes and balls
it supply ok or at pile boxscore witty
Saturday yogurt for Sunday ten o'clock
are either I go to UCLA tracking run sprints
or I do my three hour gymnastics class its
an it's locked in and guess what by the way I've got people they do
each and every one of those with so accountability goes up he is now I'm
responsible to somebody else
they're responsible to me so it's already there it's locked in it's Who I
am
just like everything else in my life I prioritize p 90 x
was awesome
millions of people did it but needs people didn't the plan was there we came
account to show them what to do on what day
but an hour was too long I create a 10-minute trainer because a lot of
people
only have 10 minute trucks so my my cousins got five kids
did ten minutes in the morning in 10 minutes before dinner bomb she lost 35
pounds
saw excuses out the window
she found her twenty minutes a day did they have to happen in a row now
they have to happen because is 10 minutes better than 0 every to
alright so start there then as power 90 that is P 90 X in its x2 x3
and then before you know it you do in mud runs and run half marathons
becomes who you are and that's happened over and over again
my good friend Jeremy oast got seven minutes left
honey higher 280 pounds
fuse right ankle you know Jeremy arm
quiet guy them but not much to say obese huge
he'd be the biggest guy in the room right now artworks dang kentucky is a
manager for the tire plant
and our you know his wife cut the lawn and as he couldn't play with his kids
and
and then finally one day as friend has said dumb chairman you know
and this friend of his just buried a 45-year-old
relative heart disease contact an attorney Germany said to
you know you're not gonna see your kids graduate you know that right you don't
there's no shot you talking about on yours
your your 380 you're gonna die
you gonna die is no shot you can barely get up some stairs
you know so some other guy is going to be your son's
father your wife's husband and they're gonna come and visit you
in a whole in the ground gonna happen guaranteed
and I can exaggerate their story but that's the just a bit
when right now bought p90 X