“The Four Hour Body“ Is Now Available In A Nutshell
For anybody out there who has come across the “The Four Hour Body” by Tim Ferris, the infamous author of the “The Four Hour Working Week”, they will know that Tim has poured his heart and soul into the 592 pages that make up his latest work. The fact is though that even the speediest of readers would have a tough time digesting this work and that is why the guys at the “The 4 Hour Body Cheat Sheet” have decided to make things easier for people by condensing some of the information into an easy to follow 8 page cheat sheet that can be actually downloaded for free at 4hourbodycheatsheet.org.
The likelihood is that Tim would approve of what has been done with this cheat sheet as it’s broadly in line with the principles that Tim lives by, i.e. focusing on the minority of one’s efforts to yield the maximum results. For Tim “The Four Hour Body” is simply a natural extension of the 80/20 rule that he applied in his first book to free up more time for readers in the working week. When it comes to the body though Tim believes that 95% of our results come from just 2.5% of our efforts and this is what the book focuses on. What has have done in the “The 4 Hour Body Cheat Sheet” is a condensing down a lot of the information that is most pertinent to fat loss and muscle gain so one can cut right to the bone in this area, thus saving a lot of time and effort.
The amount of information contained in “The Four Hour Body” is a great testament to the amount of time, dedication and passion that Tim has put into his work, having been fastidious enough to record nearly all his workouts since he was 18 and to have had over a thousand blood tests, all looking for different types of data. The info inside the cheat sheet though, skips a lot of this and gives the low down on what is required for losing fat, gaining muscle, which exercises videos to look at right now, and the key recipes that will speed fat loss.
People are starting to come around to the idea the success in life is about working smarter and not harder and have applied this to their working life but the good news is that this also applies to things like fat loss and gaining muscle. Working hard is no longer a competitive advantage but in “The 4 Hour Body Cheat Sheet” one can learn how to restore the competitive advantage of focusing on the small things that yield the maximum benefit for the effort involved. The best thing of all is that it’s available for free in a nutshell and it costs nothing to download at http://4hourbodycheatsheet.org/.
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