Lawyer, reader, writer, performer. Just love listening to books and talking about it!
I enjoyed getting daily motivational tips to eat right, excercise more often and smarter, and get more quality sleep. I also bought the book, but I honestly think the audio version was more motivational for me, as it only took about 5ish minutes a day.
It's hard to shock a veteran lawyer, but this book did it. Wish I had known this years ago. This book is not another fad diet book, rather, it is a food industry exposé. Even if you take it with a proverbial grain if salt, you'll be disturbed. I grew up on a farm where we ate mostly the food we raised. Now I'm even more motivated to return to the ways of my youth.
I do agree that the narrator is a bit too dramatic; it is distracting. But don't let it discourage you from this important work.
Best fitness book ever - and the audio gives extras. This is the beauty of self-publishing. Also, I like the fact that the "ghost" writer gets credit up front and center. That is as it should be. (The publishers wanted cuts or changes. True to self, Vin said "No thanks, I'll do it my way" - well he actually probably through a cuss word or two in there, but you get the ist.)
No holding back honesty. I needed this kick in the but and hope I remember to plug in to the podcast.