The 4-Hour Body Review

The 4-Hour Body is a ‘how-to’ book by entrepreneurial best-selling author of 4-Hour Work Week, Tim Ferriss.

Although only in his early to mid 30s, Tim Ferriss, has already experienced more in his life to date than the majority will in double or triple the amount of years.

Check out his bio if you’re in doubt.

Ferriss has also self experimented rigorously with his own body for over a decade keeping record of his workouts, diet, bio-feedback and medical testing.

On top of this he has been treated, coached or consulted with some of the leading experts and professionals in their chosen fields including:

Together this has accumulated to bring about his latest book.

What Topics Does the Book Cover?

The topics covered in the book include:

  • Losing fat
  • Adding Muscle
  • Improving Sex
  • Perfecting Sleep
  • Reversing Injuries
  • Running Faster and Further
  • Getting Stronger
  • Swimming and Swinging (baseball)

As well as plenty of other additional information, references and concepts.

My Overall Verdict

Ferriss is a very engaging author that gives you inspirational anecdotes of his own and others transformations whilst providing some scientific explanation for those inclined in that direction.

His approach is to give you the most essential information that will deliver you the bulk of the results – he is a large proponent of the Pareto principle or 80/20 Rule, which he covers in 4-Hour Work Week.

Overall, it is very good value at less than $15 on Amazon for over 500 pages of information that has the potential to have a positive impact on your life.

If you’re relatively new to the world of health and fitness and are lost at where to begin I think this is a good book to get started with and then branch out from there.

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