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Tony Little (born September 16, 1956) is an American television fitness character and businessman, famous for his fitness infomercial products. Little is a professional fitness expert and identifies himself as “America’s Personal Trainer”. He’s famous for his over the top, hyper-passionate style and long blonde ponytail. Four of Little’s favorite catchphrases are “You may do it,” “It Is technique!,” “Always believe in yourself” and “No refunds if it is been started, only store credit!”. Little’s infomercials have created more than $4 billion in sales worldwide.
As a kid, Small and his mom were deserted by his dad. He was raised by his mom in Fremont, Ohio. As an adult, he went to Tampa, Florida to try to advance his individual fitness profession. Little has two kids from a previous relationship, daughter Tara (created ca. 1987) and son Trent (produced ca. 1988). Little is now wed to fitness model Melissa Hall, who continues to be seen on several of his house shopping station appearances. Little is an enthusiastic collector of antiques, classic cars, and unknown species of livestock; he possesses eight of the latter. In 1983, while training for the NPC USA Championships, he was involved with an automobile crash and suffered numerous physical harms. He’d two herniated discs, plus a knee dislocation as well as a cracked vertebra; in addition, he was lacerated in a number of areas. He recuperated enough to compete in the event and completed fifth place as a middleweight competition. Although there is a AAU Mr. America bodybuilding tournament held in 1983, Little didn’t compete. To stop confusion, there were two Mr. America contests run by two distinct organizations. NPC nationals began in 1982, and are still running today. During his restoration, Little started developing exercise plans and became successful in the fitness business. His products can be purchased by retailers world-wide, including HSN and QVC. His most famous product is the “Gazelle” which was co-created by Little, co-worker Bryan Williams, and Fitness Quest.