Future of Health: A.J. Jacobs: My Quest for the Perfect Body
Having already achieved enlightenment (The Year of Living Biblically) and sharpened his mind (The Know it All), A.J. Jacobs had one feat left in his self-improvement trinity: bodily perfection. Jacobs, a self-described "mushy, easily winded, moderately sickly blob," vowed to retool every part of his long-neglected body, and over two years, the experiential journalist, author of Drop Dead Healthy, subjected himself to a regimen of exercise, diets, and experiments, from pole dancing to "chewdaism." Grueling, yes but also highly entertaining. Presented by Town Hall's Future of Health Lecture Series with University Book Store. Series sponsored by Bastyr University and PCC Natural Markets. Series media sponsorship provided by KPLU.
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