Tune in this Monday, January 24 to the Dr. Oz Show to learn the truth about one of the most popular diets for 2011, The 4-Hour Body.
Created by self-professed madman and guinea pig, Timothy Ferriss, the book outlines a plan that shows you how to lose 20 pounds in 30 days by using Ferriss’s own 80/20 principle. The principle, which was originally coined in his other bestselling book, The 4-Hour Work Week, claims that you can get 80 percent results by exerting just 20 percent effort.
Focusing on fat loss, muscle gain, increased energy, stamina and endurance both in the weight room and the bedroom, as well as improved quality of sleep and binging without weight gain, Ferriss’s book is astutely organized and calculated. It gives you all the tools and tricks, which Ferriss backs by citing research studies, on how to achieve the body you want with minimal but smart effort. Ferriss admits that in order to follow through on his plan, you need more than commitment and discipline, but also a deep-rooted drive to change how you think about your health and your behaviors that support it.
Dr. Oz will interview the author and ask him the tough questions on just what his plan is all about.
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