P90X and its Cast of Zany Characters Gallery

Following is a “double gallery”—twenty-four images—of some of my favorite P90X, and Tony Horton captures:

I took these two screen captures from "Yoga X." They feature my P90X crush, Audra, and body-fat adverse, Adam.

I took this screen capture from "Yoga X" of Audra performing a flawless bridge to wheel.

This is an image of Tony's class pet, Dreya Weber. It is a screen capture of her from the movie "A Marine Story." (Source - Google Images)

I call this" Iron Maiden Erik." It is a picture of amputee, Erik Stolhanske, from "Plyometrics." (Source - Google Images)

I took this screen capture from "Legs and Back." I love this image as it inexplicably features a sweaty cameraman taking what I am sure is riveting video of the heavy bag. Too bad his footage never made it off the cutting room floor.

This image is from Dreya Weber's Facebook page. Clearly her life is a party.

I took this screen capture from "Back and Biceps." To me, it perfectly encapsulates the sweet but irksome Katie.

This is a screen capture of porn actress, Maren, from "Back and Biceps." I am just not quite sure what to say about her appearance.

This is a screen capture I took of Shawna from "Yoga X." I am pretty sure she is also the same Shawna shown on the right who is a Realtor based in Phoenix.

This is a screen capture I took from "Chest, Shoulders, and Triceps" that features Tony and "Big Dave." Tony inexplicably calls (without self-correction) Big Dave by the name "Sean" a few times during the workout. Who the hell is Sean? My guess is that he may actually be The Stig. I did not notice that The Stig was in the workout until I captured this still frame.

This is a screen capture I took from "X Stretch." I of course like it for obvious reasons---Tony's violation of Pam the Blam's butt space, Muscular Attorney Phil's shorts that look like a skort, etc.

This is a great image of Tony ... well, being Tony. (Source - Google Images)

This is a picture of Tony's best Chaturanga. His casual expression and streaky mirror are just visual bonuses. (Source - Google Images)

This is a great image of Tony's signature shoulder grip / side-eye combo. (Source - Google Images)

I call this one "Tony's Lizard Tongue." (Source - Google Images)

This screen capture offers us yet another vantage of one of Tony's many causal, relaxed looks. (Source - Google Images)

This is a screen capture I took from "X Stretch" featuring Tony and Shawna. I call it "The Butt Pointer."

This is an image of Tony in his snazzy tinted glasses doing his best robot at a BeachBody conference. (Source - Google Images)

This is a screen capture I took from "Yoga X." It is part two of my "pointer" series. I call it "The Toe Pointer."

I call this one "Tony the Water Connoisseur." (Source - Google Images)

I took this screen capture from "Kenpo X." It is part one in a series I call "Tony Uncomfortably Stares at Wesley Idol."

part two ...

part three ...

I call this one "Tony's Douche Face." (Source - Google Images)

4 Responses to P90X and its Cast of Zany Characters Gallery

  1. These are great pictures! :-) Love it! I have been writing about cast members from P90X2 (and Pam from P90X) on my blog, if you want to take a look:

    http://fredofirep90x.blogspot.com/search/label/cast%20profile

    It also makes a nice Pinterest board: http://pinterest.com/ffirestine/

    I have had some nice conversations with cast members about these profile pages.

  2. miguel says:

    Good stuff, though I am compelled to point out that the cameraman in the background in LEGS AND BACK is not taking a shot of the bag but of the list on the whiteboard behind the bag, which actually does make the cut in the video. Just FYI.

  3. Chris says:

    I’ve been doing P90X on and off over the last few years. HAHA! I love this stuff! Excellent research!

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