Tim Ferriss, the bestselling author of The 4-Hour Workweek, The 4-Hour Body, and The 4-Hour Chef returns to Fat-Burning Man this week to discuss what Ketosis does to your brain, why he’s not doing crossfit, and how to “evaluate” your husband.
Danny’s approach to training athletes does not involve pushing harder and harder until you reach a breaking point. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. Through Chi Running, Danny trains athletes to run and move in such a fluid way that you are going to go faster and further without hurting yourself. Listen in and learn if you have been exercising wrong!
This is a special bonus episode of the Fat-Burning Man show. It’s just me with my book and a mic. Different, right? Here’s what’s up– I’ve gotten a lot of questions recently from people who keep up with the blog and the show about what exactly is The Wild Diet. You just kind of want me to talk about it, and explain it, so I am!
Chaz is a man-beast, a freak of nature in all the best ways. This is a guy who entered his first bodybuilding competition, on a dare– and did ridiculously well by using a fat-based approach. He’s my good friend, a venture capitalist, a trainer, and the first person I thought of to answer your questions about burning fat fast, ketosis, and carb backloading.
Vinnie Tortorich is a piece of work. Always a lively and interesting conversation, this time we’re catching up about the world of health podcasting, new books, hiking 14 hours on bacon and eggs, and athletes who accomplish great feats while in ketosis.
I’m happy to say I’m finally back on the radar after a media hiatus (many months to finish the book, hang with family, record a new album in Nashville, travel the world, and live in the woods). This is the first new show in many months, and it’s a special episode with Dr. Alan Christianson. You’ll hear more about our adventures living off the grid in an upcoming episode – stay tuned.