December 21st grows nigh. Are you worried about the Maya apocalypse? Don't be. As we already told you, the Maya didn't give a shit about your dumb apocalypse. But you already knew that, right? Good. That means you've freed up a bunch of time and energy that you can now devote to panicking about other stuff. There are…
Let's talk about magnet implants. I don't really bring it up much, but I have a small rare earth magnet implanted in the pinkie finger on my right hand. I've had it for around three years now.
Andrea Kuszewski, a behavior therapist, has come up with five rules of life, that if followed, will "maximize your cognitive potential". Basically, make give your brain more wrinkles. Luckily, you guys are probably living like this already.
You know you're going to swallow whole ham, 12 gingerbread cookies and six glasses of egg nog over the holidays. It's just going to happen. You could run 26 miles after the damage is done. But there's a better way.
Tim Ferris, author of the 4-Hour Body (which we've been excerpting all week), is on hand to answer your questions in the comments! Tim will do his best to answer as many questions as possible for the next half hour. Updated
Tim Ferris, whose new book we've been excerpting from all week, is going to be on-hand tomorrow at 3pm EST for 30 minutes to answer your questions. See you in the comments!
The secret is cat vomit.
Tim Ferriss has tried a lot of diets. Here's one that he thinks is the best. And it is pretty easy to follow.
Work methodology hacker Tim Ferriss's new book is about hacking the body for better sex, weight, strength and sleep. This excerpt explains an important principle to these tips: the minimum effective dose.
Why are we writing about a fitness book on Gizmodo? Because for some of us, the body is just another gadget.