Do himself a real favor and check out the "the four hour body cheat sheet"
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Kingwood, TX (PRWEB) March 17, 2011
Simon Cowell's weight loss attempts have hit the news recently along the lengths that he is going to, to shed those extra pounds, but perhaps if he wants an easier life he could benefit from "the four hour body", the most recent work by Tim Ferris, and all the valuable insights that he has included on diet and exercise in his latest work. Tim's latest edition to the world of health and fitness comes on the back of his previous success, "the four hour work week" and his new ideas about health and fitness are bound to catch the attention a lot of people.
Simon is also somebody who is no stranger to catching the attention of people, but recently he has been getting attention for the strict diet that he has adopted to shed the excess pounds that he recently gained on his trip to Britain. Cowell has adopted a carb free diet and is now having vegetable smoothies for lunch in an attempt to lose weight fast as he wants to drop 5 kilos before the launch the next Xfactor according to femalefirst.co.uk.
There is nothing new about this "no carb" approach to weight loss but maybe Simon's attempts to lose weight fast might be achieved within even greater ease if he took a leaf out of the four hour body and followed some of the golden nuggets of information that Tim Ferris reveals inside his book. Instead of working really hard to lose weight with lots of extreme diets and exercise programs Tim reveals how when it comes to diet and fitness that 2.5% of what we do is responsible for 95% of the results that we achieve. Perhaps if Simon were to focus on this principle in his weight loss efforts he would have no need to turn to carb free diets to shed those extra pounds.
Simon though, lives a hectic life and follows a demanding schedule but if he were looking to make life even easier for himself again he could do himself a real favor and check out the "the four hour body cheat sheet" at 4 Hour Body where some of the key components that go to make up Tim's book are provided for free for those who don't have the time and patience to leaf through the 592 pages of book. Inside he would find some of the most important info available today on diet and exercise guides that will enable anyone to melt fat and build muscle.