Tony Horton – Professional Trainer
Meet Tony Horton, the Master of Motivation behind P90X®, the #1 fitness infomercial in America. If you want to improve your health, physique, and lifestyle, then you want Tony. Over the last 17 years, Tony has acquired and perfected his fitness expertise, which he's shared with thousands across the country. From professional athletes, sports teams, movie stars, and recording artists to the everyday Joe and Jane, Tony has helped people turn their lives around with the perfect mix of encouragement, humor, discipline, and fun.
Touted as "Hollywood's favorite nutritionist" (Elle), "the queen of lean" (GQ), and "the diet diva" (Vanity Fair), nutrition and diet consultant Carrie Wiatt joined Beachbody® to serve as the nutritional advisor for the comprehensive P90X fitness program. Her passion is sharing the benefits of healthy living with clients. Carrie's Los Angeles–based company, Diet Designs, has attracted a roster of celebrity clients that has included Salma Hayek, Neve Campbell, Matt Damon, and Dennis Quaid. Carrie holds a master's degree in food and nutrition.
Mark Sisson – Fitness and Nutrition Specialist
Mark Sisson has spent the past 20 years researching and writing about fitness, health, and nutrition, and has applied that knowledge to designing the perfect blend of supplements to safely and naturally enhance the results of your P90X workouts. He has written more than 50 articles for top fitness magazines and authored numerous books. He placed fourth in the 1982 Hawaii Ironman Triathlon and fifth in the 1980 USA National Marathon Championships. Mark has a degree in biology.
Ned Farr – Creative Director
Designer, filmmaker, and musician, Ned Farr's broad vision for the look and feel of the entire P90X system helped make this one of the most entertaining and complete fitness programs ever devised.
Mason Bendewald – Director
Pushing the team to raise the bar for what we can expect from a workout video, every detail—from the on-screen graphic treatment to the look of the routines—was scrutinized and refined by Mason and his editorial partner Rick Sebeck.