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Carlsons and Kerrygold – A Better 4-Hour Body Sex Machine Protocol?

Can I tell you my worst nightmare? It is being trapped on the vitamin and supplement isle at Costco, or worse yet, GNC. And the only thing stinkier than a bottle of rancid fish oil is trying to figure out what fish oil to take. EPA, DHA, Omega 3, and how about K2 and D3? […]

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The Great Cholesterol HUSTLE PART 1 – Made to Stick

A mixture of misinformation, scientifically questionable studies, corporate greed, and deceptive marketing has conspired to create one of the most indestructible and damaging myths in medical history:

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Occam’s Protocol and The Slow Carb Diet – Why You Need to Do Both Now!

I have touted the benefits of Occam’s Protocol since it was first unleashed upon the world by Tim Ferriss in 2010. To me, Occam’s represented the perfect balance of resistance training and time commitment, in other words it seemed like something I could stick with for a long time. And it has been, I have […]

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Pre-Hab and The 80/20 Functional Movement Screen (For Dummies)

What is “Pre Hab” and why is it important? Tim claims that the Pre-Hab Chapter in The 4-Hour Body is: The longest and most difficult chapter in the book  and The most important. Pre-Hab is about identifying common imbalances and correcting them to prevent injury. It should be the first step you take before adopting any […]

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Current Human Culture: A Thought For 2014 – The Law of Diminishing Returns

  View on YouTube Why is it that we don’t seem to be able to adjust ourselves to the physical environment without destroying it? Why is it that in a way this culture represents in a unique fashion the law of diminishing returns? That our success is a failure. That we are building up – […]

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A 4-Hour Life 2013 Review – Best Books, Passive Income Streams and Escaping The 9-5 Dreams

While I wait for the updated 2014 edition of , deconstruct meta-learning from  and further refine my nutrition and fitness routines as outlined in  I thought I would create a list post breaking down some of the tools, resources and projects that were an important part of 2013. I hope you enjoy, if there are any […]

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The Ultimate 4-Hour Body Slow Carb Diet Infographic

You can download a full size copy of this slow carb infographic here. Thanks to fitnessinfographics.com for this wonderful ingographic on The Slow Carb Diet. You can download and print this infographic here. They also have a wonderful free carb maintenance infographic here.

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The Tim Ferriss Experiment Episode One: 4-Hour Percussion and Mind Over Meter

Is it possible to learn percussion in 4 days well enough to rock it out with the legendary band Foreigner playing an epic song? As a lifelong wannabe guitarist I have to say I was totally excited to see Tim take to the drums in an attempt to deconstruct what for many (including myself) would seem […]

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Seneca Letters From a Stoic – Letter 9: On Philosophy and Friendship

In the 4-Hour Workweek Tim quotes Seneca frequently:  Chapter one “Cautions and Comparisons” These individuals have riches just as we say that we “have a fever,” when really the fever has us. —Seneca (4 B.C.– A.D. 65) Chapter three “Dodging Bullets – Fear-Setting and escaping paralysis” Set aside a certain number of days, during which […]

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High Intensity Weight Training for Seniors – 100 percent increase in as little as six to twelve weeks.

“When I was young I always wondered if old people could do two things: 1. Bend over and touch their toes and 2. have sex.” – Lew Hollander I was lucky enough to spend Thanksgiving 2013 with the worlds oldest Ironman, Lew Hollander. Just last October, Lew finished Kona, the legendary end-of-season Ironman race in […]

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