Most Transformation Programs

And why the Amazing 12 is different

Most Transformation Programs!

Every single one of us has the capacity to change, to transform, to lose body fat and reshape our physique, strength and fitness. But why do so many people struggle to get the results despite working SO hard in the gym? 

The Amazing 12 Program.

Unlike traditional fitness programs that do not deliver transformative physique and performance change (and then blame you or your genetics when they don’t), the Amazing 12 system optimises exercise techniques, the programming and nutrition, using a groundbreaking artificial intelligence version of the program creator Paul McIlroy. This is how certified trainers around the world deliver outstanding results for clients as if Paul himself was running the sessions!

The Old Way – Train to Failure

Most Transformation Programs:

❌No pain, no gain mentality – Leads to overtraining, injuries, and starting over.

❌ Training to failure – Tells your central nervous system that you’re a threat to yourself.


❌ Lifting to your max too often – This only finds limits, it doesn’t raise them. 

❌ Success is directly proportional to effort – It’s not!

❌ You lack the will to succeed – You can’t use ‘will’ to change wrong to right.

❌ You’re not taking the right supplements – Success doesn’t come in a tub or a tablet.

❌ Push your limits until you break through them – You end up breaking yourself.

Our Way – Expand Your Comfort Zone

The Amazing 12 Program:

✅ Any pain = no gain – There is a direct correlation between time spent training in comfort and long term productivity.


✅ Train Sub-maximally – Expand your comfort zone and your max will take care of itself.


✅ Success is directly proportional to numeric progress – not the discomfort of a single workout.


✅ Unlock your amazing strength – It’s already there, you’re not building anything new.


✅ No need to EVER peak – Expand your comfort zone until it swallows your previous limits.

How do we build and maintain amazing transformations?  

The Three key Optimisations

#1 Optimisation of Exercise Technique

You cannot sustain progress if your training injures you. Injuries will slow you down, impair your recovery or require time off. As a result you lose what you’ve gained, training momentum and motivation – hardly a recipe for success. 

If you continue to still make the same technical errors (which are often extremely subtle), you just get hurt again. The cycle continues. 

Rapid gains present with consistent safety, not off-technique, intensity and injury.

Strength and safety should be synonymous and optimal exercise technique should increase both strength and safety simultaneously.

As you progress, your technique must get refined to maximise strength acquisition – and that requires mastery of numerous overlooked subtleties.

We’ll show you step-by-step the optimal (and required) techniques and their subtleties to master each exercise and minimise risk of injury even as you progress through higher and higher strength levels.

#2 Optimisation of Nutrition

You also cannot progress if you find yourself in a battle with yourself (your inner superhero). The food you eat is very personal and if you battle through hunger or if your body craves something that’s missing, you will suffer needlessly. And then you’ll stop and eat what you want.

The stakes are higher when it comes to fitness programs because the diet versus exercise debate has traditionally accepted the view that “It’s 90% diet.” You’ll have to accept (often painful) limits or else you won’t progress.

But this is just the nutritional program equivalent of saying “No pain, no gain.”

We’ll teach you how the reality is this: “It’s 90% training.” At least when we are talking about a body TRANSFORMATION (more about this later).

Nutrition is crucial, BUT…it doesn’t have to be a battle! (In fact, it’s important that it’s not. The last thing you want is your central nervous system deciding you’re a threat and start to push back physiologically.)

We’ll show you how to optimise nutrition to avoid a battle and to get the transformations needed

#3 Exercise Programming

Great technique and great nutrition are not enough. For optimal results, you need optimal programming. And since the vast majority of people do not get results (and most fitness coaches fail to deliver results for their clients), something is clearly broken with fitness programming.  

The problem is too many people think in terms of sets, reps, days … but 3×10, 6×6, 5×5, 8×8, 10×10, anything x anything, does not constitute effective strength / size programming.

And this problem is magnified because these sets and reps are geared to the accepted view of “no pain, no gain.” Breaking through your pain sounds great because we like the idea of pushing our limits and taking ourselves absolutely to the edge. It’s inspiring talk, but it’s no way to get long term results and is physiologically counter-productive.

The reality is “Any pain, no gain.”

Don’t speak the language of pop culture, speak the language your central nervous system understands. You have to discreetly hack the central nervous system to allow you to EXPAND the boundaries of your comfort zone. Only your inner superhero can do that and you have to know how it reasons to convince it. Once you do, you will perpetuate progress and your comfort zone will envelop your previous limits and make you stronger while transforming your physique.

If any or all of this strikes a chord with you, makes the hairs stand up, gets you excited and sets off your spidey senses, get in touch to see about signing up to the next wave of the Amazing 12 Brisbane.

… Next time – The 5 core components that produce dramatic physical transformations every time.

A transformation is more than weight loss

A successful transformation program is only partly about Weight Loss

In the health and fitness industry, the area of TRANSFORMATIONS can refer to many outcomes. Mostly though, people will associate a ‘transformation’ program as exclusively a ‘weight loss’ program. 

It’s a commonly held notion also that losing weight alone will result in satisfaction and a ‘happy’ outcome!

But, does just losing weight really equal happiness, satisfaction, complete wellness or a sense of purpose? 

How about strength, fitness and physical confidence – will losing weight alone make you feel stronger, fitter and more competent? 

Are these even factors that are considered part of the outcome of most weight loss programs? 

Being totally honest, almost anyone can lose weight by not exercising and starving themselves or at best, following a well balanced, healthier eating lifestyle. I’m not discounting weight loss by any kind of process, as it can still be challenging and rewarding. If you really want to go under the knife – that is your choice!

However, and here is my professional point of view; losing weight to look leaner is only ONE part of a greater package of what a transformation program can be.

Losing unwanted body fat, feeling great, moving better, feeling strong and more capable and resilient against all that life can throw at you – I believe these are the ingredients of a real transformation. But, just losing weight from calorie restriction is not going to result in that. You can’t diet yourself strong.

In a recent study, people were assessed following popular intermittent fasting protocols. I do like intermittent fasting, but I also like to exercise. These people fasted only. No exercise. While both lost fat weight, both lost muscle tissue. What’s the problem? Muscle is the engine that continues to burn calories. If we lose muscle, we lose the capacity to continue to burn calories, therefor requiring us to consume fewer calories – or food. Who wants that? Food is great. 

A successful transformation program will include healthy, sustainable eating habits – and real food – along with a well designed exercise program that addresses aerobic fitness and strength, safely. 

Balanced nutrition, exercise and planning = successful transformation

Being fitter, stronger, happier in our skin is being in a position of celebrating our lives, our lifestyles and looking forward to tomorrow – who really wouldn’t want that? 

Summing it up:

Performance is not something often considered when looking for or engaging in a transformation program, but maybe if you consider the points I raised above, maybe you do want to move better, stronger and feel better in your own skin. 

If you’re nodding your head and thinking ‘Yes, I want to be fitter, stronger and happier with my physique’, let’s talk.

Head over to www.amazing12brisbane.com.au read some more and then get in contact.

Jamie

Below are examples of people just like you and me who dedicated 12 Amazing weeks to transforming their lifestyle, physique, strength and fitness.

Beyond the six-pack, Nicci progressed from doing machine pull downs to performing pull ups with a 32kg kettlebell hanging off her waist along with a very strong personal best deadlift of 140kg!
This kind of strength improvement is not uncommon for Amazing 12 graduates.


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