The Best of "The 4-Hour" Books


For each of my books, I spend 2-4 years testing thousands of tools and resources.

For The 4-Hour Body alone, I spent more than $250,000 finding the best gear. Why? I spend this stupid amount of time and money precisely so you don’t have to.

At each link below, you’ll find the best of the best — the top 1%. This includes both free and paid resources.


The 4-Hour Chef Tools (accelerated learning, language acquisition, cooking)
The 4-Hour Body Tools (rapid fat loss, strength/performance enhancement)
The 4-Hour Workweek Tools (travel, lifestyle, productivity, and business)


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Who was interviewed? Here's a very partial list: tech icons (founders of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Craigslist, Pinterest, Spotify, Salesforce, Dropbox, and more), Jimmy Fallon, Arianna Huffington, Brandon Stanton (Humans of New York), Lord Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Ben Stiller, Maurice Ashley (first African-American Grandmaster of chess), Brené Brown (researcher and bestselling author), Rick Rubin (legendary music producer), Temple Grandin (animal behavior expert and autism activist), Franklin Leonard (The Black List), Dara Torres (12-time Olympic medalist in swimming), David Lynch (director), Kelly Slater (surfing legend), Bozoma Saint John (Beats/Apple/Uber), Lewis Cantley (famed cancer researcher), Maria Sharapova, Chris Anderson (curator of TED), Terry Crews, Greg Norman (golf icon), Vitalik Buterin (creator of Ethereum), and nearly 100 more. Check it all out by clicking here.

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1 Comment on “The Best of "The 4-Hour" Books

  1. Great interview indeed!

    Looking forward to more podcasts like this!

    What was the third bok referenced by Brendan, besides “The Crowd” and “The Money Game”?

    Thanks a lot!