Everyone knows that entrepreneurs live a fast life. A life with no schedules, no time for attending to personal care, etc. But believe it or not, entrepreneurs are just as human as other people. So with that in mind, why wouldn’t any entrepreneur want to look and feel good? More importantly any person must stay healthy as he/she faces arduous tasks of running a company or managing a business. With that in mind, Tim Ferriss had come up with his second best-selling book – “The Four Hour Body”. Again, this is not limited to entrepreneurs but other specimens of the human race as well.
Let’s go head in to what this book deals with. Again, Amazon is a great source to buy this book. One thing that needs to be said and taken into consideration though, every person’s body has different needs and responds accordingly. So consult your physician and have a general check-up before trying out any method of training or diet not just from his book but for anything you follow. Because, you and your doctor know your body best and you must listen to what every inch of your body says!
Oh and did I forget to mention, it is all in your diet, sleep and a few minutes of exercise each day. It does not require you to run to the gym after a tiring day of work or after a night of staying up studying or working on a project. I will break down a few samples of each section he presents in the book as a summary/review. For more in depth details, the book is obviously the best resource. P.S. if you want to talk about this in detail with me, please do contact me and we can discuss the way you can get to being ripped and fit. It has worked for me as Tim scientifically has proven.
Reducing Fat: (1) Eating slow carbs, reducing white carbs to an extent (brown rice is a good substitute to white rice, starch filled dishes like potatoes (you know the thing in your fries) (2) Increase proteins (for vegans – pea protein, legumes, etc.) (3) Water is your friend, sugared pop fizz (Pepsi, 7up, etc.) are a no-no.
Adding Muscle: (1) Kettlebell workouts instead of normal dumbbell weights (2) Ab exercises – Myotatic crunch is your friend! (3) Occam protocols (for the science geeks).