chris
February 2, 2011

Wednesday 4-m

That would be 4 hour trans-formation of your body.

Tim Ferriss’ “The 4 Hour Body” provides a dietary approach that you might find appealing. His blog outlines some Slow-Carb tactics for losing 20lbs of fat.

If you think you’ve tried everything, you haven’t, compared to Tim Ferriss the ultimate self-experimenter! He outlines principles such as:
1) Eat several meals a day of protein, bean, veggie
2) No fruit or white carbs
3) No calorie counting
4) Go six days on this approach, and on the 7th day binge (hi-carb).
(The Four Hour Body, p.75…it’s a recommended read, very good information and motivation)

This is all founded, too, on limited exercise. Shredding the body through diet mainly.

Will it work? Who knows…give it a try. The dietary approach that works is the one that we can commit to. Same for exercise programs…if what we’re doing isn’t working, then maybe we should stop doing it and try something else! That’s the great thing about all this. Be your own experimenter. 

The CF interest in this is that losing those last 15-20lbs will open up an entirely new CF experience…imagine what you can truly get from CF at your cruising weight!  This is the year of achievement…that starts with commitment. As always on form day, you can have what you want or the reasons why not.

(Always consult a physician before beginning or modifying any diet/exercise program.)

chris
Comments
  • scaffidi February 2, 2011 Reply

    Come with me to the 4HB dark side with me, you won’t be sorry. Best book purchase I’ve made in quite some time. Totally worth it. There are tons of blogs available with the info if you’re not interested in buying.

  • James February 2, 2011 Reply

    What’s with the disclaimers lately……..?

  • Wicasa Yatapika February 2, 2011 Reply

    C.Y.A. 😉

    • matt February 2, 2011 Reply

      That’s been a standard statement on most posts…usually along with “If you don’t read the blog, look for signs at the gym.”

  • Scott February 2, 2011 Reply

    I bought the 4 hour electronic version today though I was really kidding on my post of the 23rd Dec.

  • eric February 3, 2011 Reply

    Thanks Matt!

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