Go, go, go, go, go, go, go! Good, good, good!
Harder, harder, harder! You should feel like you’re about to die, but you’re not. Look at this monster! Push! Go, go, go, go, go, go, go! Done! That one — not quite as good. Tony: You ready for my morning routine? Rich Feloni: Yes! Tony: My whole focus is how do you get the greatest result with the least amount of
time or energy. Intensity trumps duration all day long. We’re gonna do the briefest
workout that’ll max you out. Billy Beck III: All right Rich, let’s do it. Tony: Next thing we do is have my trainer here.
His name is Billy. We’re gonna do this one first. Let’s pop you over here. It’s designed to make every muscle in your body get the maximum demand in the shortest
time with the least trauma. Billy: We’re gonna do basically a chest press on here. Tony: Your job is
you’re gonna push as hard as you can continuously and a timer will go on
you’re gonna hold and keep pushing as hard as you can until the timer’s done.
It goes for five seconds. Go for it. Full tilt. That’s it. Go, go, go, go, go, go, go! Good, good, good!
Harder, harder, harder! Come on, baby! Come on! Come on!
Come on! Come on! Come on! Come on! Okay let go. Good. Now we’re going to leg
press. Full tilt. As hard as you can. Go, go, go, go, go, go, go! Look at this monster! Look at this — go! Way to go! Nice job! You’re done. Okay, this is
gonna be core pull. Go, go, go, go, go, go, go!
Done. That one not quite as good. You know you’ve done what
15 seconds of exercise so far total, right? Rich: Yeah, I felt like I did
like an hour’s workout. If you want, we’ll put you on the little
torture machine. This is something we only do
once or twice a week. You don’t do this every day. It is gonna push you
aerobically and anaerobically. There will be a point when it’s pure anaerobic and so that’s where you’re gonna need your will
to be able to do it. And so, we’re filming you, you can’t stop.
(Laughs) Okay, pop on here. Go, full tilt now. Start it up. Go. Full tilt. All the way. Billy: And push! Tony: Push now. As hard as you can. That’s it. Come on, baby! Come on, come on!
Push, push, push! 73! Push, push, push,
push, push! You got it, you got it,
you got it! Don’t let go! Keep going man. Don’t slow down. You’ve got one minute down.
Three minutes to go. You should feel like you’re about to die,
but you’re not. Last minute!
Everything you’ve got for a minute! You can do anything for a minute! This is where you get all the growth. Get it back above 60.
You can do it! Billy: You’re a beast! Tony: Come on, beast! Everything you’ve got! This is it! Twelve seconds! Billy: Lion up! Ten seconds! Nine! Harder! Eight! Billy: Go, go, go! Tony: Seven! Good job! Good effort! Billy: Come on, again, again!
Finish strong! Tony: One! Great job! (Clapping) Tony: How’s that feel?
Give him some water. Billy: Well done. Tony: He’s dying. Rich: Oh my God! My forearms feel like Jell-O. Tony: You’re gonna feel it
for the next couple of days, brother. So, all we’re gonna do now is cleanse your body a little bit more. Gonna put you
in the heat and then put you in the cold and you’re done. So what you’re gonna do is, you’re gonna
pop in here for as long as you can take it. Push yourself to the edge, which for
most people is about four to five minutes and then when you’re done,
without delay once you’re there, you’re going to drop right down into the cold plunge here. All righty. Come on in. Say goodbye to him,
one last time. Good knowing you, Rich! Put some water on there. How you feeling,
by the way? Rich: It was pretty extreme.
(Laughs) Tony: Yes it was. Well that’s what I do all the time,
so you get a better feel. Rich: On the four-minute machine,
two minutes in, I didn’t think I was actually going to be able to do it. The
voice in my head kept saying just give up. It’s fine. Just give up, it’s fine,
but… Tony: Thank God we had a camera and two people screaming at you. (Laughs) Rich: Yeah, exactly!
I didn’t want to be humiliated on camera. Well, I wouldn’t have humiliated you but Billy would have, I can promise you that.