PICK YOURSELF UP OFF THE CANVAS.
TRANSFORM YOUR BODY AND MIND.
MAKE YOUR COMEBACK.
From weighing twenty-eight stone and fighting a deep depression, to his amazing return to heavyweight champion of the world, Tyson opens up and share his inspiring advice and tips on diet, exercise regime, and his incredible journey back to a healthier body and mind.
Frank, accessible and inspiring, The Furious Method is a feel-good and motivating tonic, full of inspirational advice for readers on how we can all improve our physical and mental health. And how we can all create a champion mind-set.
Whatever your starting point or past set-backs, Tyson will show you how you can make your own comeback and start living your life to the fullest - fighting fit, mentally restored, and stronger than ever.
|Publication date:||12th November 2020|
|Publisher:||Century an imprint of Cornerstone|
|Primary Genre||Biographies & Autobiographies|
King of the ring ... king of how to make a regime work for you. [Passes] on the message without preaching, without lecturing' Chris Evans
'It's a very positive book, it's got some incredible things in here ... [this] book will help so many people' Roman Kemp
'A number of very useful tips ... A great example to anyone' Phillip Schofield
'There's great humour in the book ... This is my favourite interview we've ever done' Holly Willoughby
'Inspirational ... must-have gift for Christmas' Alan Brazil
'The Furious Method is a feel-good and motivating tonic, full of inspirational advice for readers on how we can all improve our physical and mental health.' The Sportsman
Tyson Fury is the undefeated lineal heavyweight champion of the world. Born and raised in Manchester, Fury weighed just 1lb at birth after being born three months premature. His father John named him after Mike Tyson. From Irish traveller heritage, the Gypsy King is undefeated in 28 professional fights, winning 27 with 19 knockouts, and drawing once. His most famous victory came in 2015, when he stunned longtime champion Wladimir Klitschko to win the WBA, IBF and WBO world heavyweight titles. He was forced to vacate the belts because of issues with drugs, alcohol and mental health, and did not fight again for more ...More About Tyson Fury