Full 4 Hour Body Review – Is the 4 Hour Body by Timothy Ferriss Worth Reading?
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The 4 Hour Body has just been announced as the new title for the eagerly anticipated book by Tim Ferriss. The release date for the book is 14th December 2010 and if you want to pre order the book you can click here to make sure you get your copy.
Remember Tim Ferriss is an author that has hit the New York Times bestseller list and maintained a position for a considerable length of time. I strongly recommend pre ordering now to guarantee you get your copy in December.
So whats it all about?
Here you will find an informative preview of what The 4 Hour Body has to offer. As time progresses this will turn into a full 4 Hour Body Review for you to read. For those who dont know, The 4 Hour Body is the second instalment in the “4 Hour” series where author Timothy Ferriss outlines his unique approach to achieving health and fitness goals through unconventional means. It would be foolish to brand this book another hyped health book claiming to reveal the best methods. This book is far more than that! Tim presents his material in a kind of “this is how I did it, and you can too fashion” rather than guaranteeing results or making bold claims, maybe this is why his book”The 4 Hour Work Week” was so popular. The 4 Hour Body contains data that Tim has collected from workouts beginning when he was just 18, which supports the confession made by Tim Ferriss on his website that he is borderline OCD when it comes to data collection.
What has author, Tim Ferriss achieved?
Naturally anyone who is interested in health, fitness and well-being may wonder what the background of the author involves. Well that is a difficult question. Anyone who has read the 4 Hour Work Week will understand that Tim leads a very calculated and designed lifestyle (incidentally, he coined the term Lifestyle Design) and it is difficult to pin down just what exactly Tim Ferriss can be labelled as. Aside from some of his more outlandish accolades, the achievements relevant to the subject of the book are nothing short of impressive. Tim founded his company BrainQuicken some years ago which was essentially a sports supplement designed for athletes to increase awareness and mental focus. The company was hugely successful and sold in 2009. Tim also has participated in Muai Thai Boxing amongst other combat sports and obviously is an avid weight trainer.
How is The 4 Hour Body Different To Other Health/Lifestyle/Fitness Books?
Where the 4 Hour Body really stands out from the other similar books on the market is the way Tim approaches traditional concepts. You can guarantee most of Tim’s methods will force you to go against the grain and unlearn basically everything you have already learnt about a given subject and this book is no different. The material inside the book contains over 50 segments detailing how to achieve amazing results in a variety of areas.
What does the book cover?
Some of the more fascinating “How to’s” are outlined below:
* How to lose those last 5-10 pounds (or 100+ pounds) with odd combinations of food and safe chemical cocktails.
* How to prevent fat gain while binging (X-mas, holidays, weekends)
* How to increase fat-loss 300% using temperature manipulation
* How Tim gained 34 pounds of muscle in 28 days, without steroids, and in four hours of total gym time
* How to sleep 2 hours per day and feel fully rested
* How to produce 15-minute female orgasms
* How to triple testosterone and double sperm count
* How to go from running 5 kilometers to 50 kilometers in 12 weeks
* How to reverse permanent injuries
* How to add 150+ pounds to your lifts in 6 months
* How to pay for a beach vacation with one hospital visit
As you might have figured the book appears to be very practical, almost structured like a how to manual at times. It is difficult to throw this book into the fitness pile especially considering sections such as 15-minute female orgasms and sleeping for 2 hours a day. This book will probably appeal to most people, not just health junkies.