Tony combines cardio, yoga, body-weight training and martial arts to provide "techniques that will prevent people from finding reasons why they can't" get through the workout, he declared. The program includes a mat, resistance bands and 16 30-minute workouts, and is entitled: "Tony Horton's P90X3 DVD Workout - Ultimate Kit" (click for details).
And rather than appeal only to the elite who have already achieved an intermediate to advanced level of fitness, Tony has designed his new workout for everyone.
"These workouts have modifications so anybody can do them. It's not a graduate program, from X to X2 to X3. It's absolutely the opposite of that and a program for anybody," he insisted.
Regardless of your age and size, Tony believes that you can complete the workout without worry.
"It's for people who are in their 60s, people who are overweight and people who are just starting out, doing fitness for the first time in their lives," he added.
If you're familiar with Tony's previous versions of P90X, you'll notice that the new program includes Pilates for the first time.
"That workout is spot-on, and it really focuses on connecting your breath and abdominal muscles with your diaphragm. I think there are a lot of guys who are going to be a little nervous about it – and very appreciative after they give it a try," he predicted.
"There's always a diet component. I wanted people to eat like I eat – I eat Paleolithic meals, I eat raw meals and I eat vegan and vegetarian meals," he explained.
The message: "Be open to eating as many healthy, whole foods as they possibly can. We show you what to eat, what's healthy and how to make healthy food taste good. I've always said that food equals health, and exercise equals fitness, and those two things really have to happen 50-50 to get maximum results."
Read about Tony's recent appearance on Dr. Mehmet Oz's talk show, including his power shake recipe, by clicking here.