An upcoming feature film, starring Joel Keith, acclaimed Austin comic and actor.
I am already half-way through my advance copy of "The 4-Hour Body" by Tim Ferriss, author of New York Times Bestseller The Four-Hour Work Week. It has been everything I expected from Ferriss and so much more. It's not just a fat-loss prescription or a "Hacker's Guide" to the gym. It's the complete body--researched, examined, scrutinized, and perfected. The early word was that the title was going to be "Becoming Superhuman." Alas, the marketers got a hold of it and shoe-horned "4 Hour" at the front of the title. The "superhuman" part is buried in the subtitle. Don't let the "4 Hour" moniker mislead you. There is work and hours involved. Only less hours than everyone else is spending.
Initially, my goals are to simply lose weight--about 20 lbs. I'll be following the slow-carb diet for a few weeks and, then, gradually work in the "cold shower treatments" That should improve the weight-loss exponentially. Intrigued yet? Get the book, when it debuts December 14th, 2010.
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