You’ll discover exactly how YOU can use the same cutting-edge fat-busting techniques previously reserved for Hollywood’s “elite”… and how it’s possible to get the body of your dreams, WITHOUT using ANY drugs, crash dieting or starving on “rabbit food”…
But ONLY for a very limited time.
From the desk of John Romaniello, Super Hero Trainer
Thursday, April 29th, 2014
Dear Super Hero-To-Be,
If you think you think that only “celebrities” can go from soft to insanely ripped in mere months…if you think only elite athletes and actors can have transformations so incredible you think they’re photoshopped…
Because the secrets I’m about to show you have nothing to do with expensive personal trainers, supplements, or strange diets.
Just like Gerard Butler did before 300…or Chris Hemsworth did before Thor…or Ryan Reynolds before The Green Lantern…
Just 90 days from now, you have body a lot like one of the super hero characters you see in the movies. You just have to follow a few simple steps.
After all, when I started on my quest to get the most ripped look possible, I definitely didn’t achieve it by magic, or overnight. But it did happen …
It took a while (much longer than it would now), and I learned a few hard but really IMPORTANT lessons along the way.
Here’s the thing – it was incredibly hard for me, but it DOESN’T have to be that way for you. This is the exact reason why I specifically created the Super Hero Workout to help you: because if you know what you’re doing, it isn’t as impossible as it seems.
In fact, those lessons I learned taught me that it doesn’t even have to be that hard to get the kind of results that seem reserved for celebrities.
Don’t tell me—you don’t believe me, right? I get that a lot. My clients always say it when we first get started. They’re just like you. And just like I used to be.
Just like my clients, I bet when you watch super hero flicks like the X-Men series or Thor, you tell yourself,
Well, in the words of Wolverine, I’ve got news for you, bub. The truth is, those beautiful people in the skin tight leather fighting the bad guys on screen weren’t born that way – they had to follow a specific plan…but…they also had to do it the RIGHT way…
Just ask fellow celebrity trainers Eric and Ryan Johnson, founders of Sons of Strength, who trained Sebastian Stan for his recent turn as Bucky/The Winter Soldier in Marvel’s Captain America: The Winter Solider.
And let me tell you, from my own experience, and my experience training thousands of clients, there is nothing inherently special about celebrities, at least not physically. They’re really no different from you or I…
I’m going to tell you exactly how to do that—exactly how to do the “impossible” and lose crazy amounts of body fat while building lean muscle; exactly how to achieve the type of “impossible” fitness transformation seemingly reserved for the elite.
But first, let me introduce myself. My name’s John Romaniello. I’m a New York Times bestselling fitness author, an international speaker, and a former chubby guy.
For the past 12 years, I’ve been changing the face of the fitness industry, working with clients of all kinds—including professional athletes, big time music producers, and yes, even some of the actors in big time Hollywood Super Hero movies.
As a writer, my work’s been featured in Men’s Health, Women’s Health, Men’s Fitness, Oxygen, SHAPE, and all of the other big time fitness magazines. AND, just so you know how proud my mom is, I’ve also been on TV shows like Good Morning America and Taking Stock.
But, that’s not important. What IS important is that I’m going to show you precisely how all those stars pulled off their “miracles” and give you the very same results in the same amount of time it took for those Hollywood stars—or less!
To do that, it’s really, really, really important that I make you understand this one thing:
More importantly, most of the ripped-up celebs you see on movies aren’t, either. I know, it’s easy to see guys on magazine covers, trainers and others in peak condition and think they have something you don’t.
But it’s simply not true.
“Heroes Aren’t Born – They’re Made”
Recognize that tag line?
It’s from the first Iron Man movie…and I couldn’t agree more.
After all, I wasn’t born with the body that I have now…not by a long shot…it took a good long while for me to develop the right systems…
…Which took me from being depressingly overweight and out of shape to being featured on magazine covers.
Now, I’d love to tell you some cool story about being sent to Earth from a doomed planet far away and being taken in by a kindly farming couple in Kansas.
Sadly, that’s not the case. My origin story is pretty mundane: I was born and raised outside of New York City. We didn’t have a farm. We just had a regular house…it didn’t even have a secret cave under the southeast corner.
Just a regular house outside of the City, but it was here that I developed a lifelong love of comic books. It was hard not to; growing up so close to NYC and reading comics, it’s almost impossible NOT to picture yourself IN them. Whether you call it “Gotham” or “Metropolis” or “Starling City” – the fact is that NYC serves as the backdrop for nearly every major comic book character in the world.
But, as much as I loved reading comic books and imagining myself in them…there was just one nagging problem with my dreams of becoming a super hero myself: see, when I was younger, I was actually really out of shape.
Put somewhat more directly, I WAS FAT!
That’s right, I used to be almost 30 pounds overweight, and that made flipping through the pages of my favorite comic books painful at times…because I never saw any masked crusader with my level of pudge (with the exception of The Blob, but he was a villain).
Finally, when I was about 19, I got sick of it—eventually, I took an interest in the gym and was actually surprised at how much I enjoyed it.
When I started seeing the first small bit of change working out had on my body, I went full-tilt.
It wasn’t too long after I started working out that I dropped ALL 30 of those extra pounds. How did that happen?
I made a point of taking detailed notes of each and every little change in my body and what I had done to achieve it.
Over a few weeks, through a combination of well-researched and tested exercise routines, I had successfully…
I was so happy with and inspired by the results I pulled off, I decided to devote myself to a life of fitness as a trainer and strength coach, helping men and women look exactly the way they want to.
As I mentioned earlier, I’ve helped everyone from your neighbors or co-workers to professional athletes, celebrities and models achieve the EXACT bodyweight they’ve wanted for years.
Along the way I hit a few snags and the extra pounds would sometimes sneak up on me unexpectedly.
Since I’ve always sworn by leading by example, I set about trying to design what would prove to be the DEFINITIVE program that would ensure that once you did achieve the ideal body, you keep it…no more peaks-and-valleys.
So, like any good Super Hero, I retreated back into my Fortress of Jacktitude, and went back to the drawing board, testing and re-testing everything I could think of in an effort to create the ideal method.
Untold hours were spent applying all that to design the most comprehensive top-to-bottom fitness system that will send your body fat running for the hills, inflate your physique like you’ve ever experienced, and ultimately change the way you think about your body.
When all was said and done, my months of intense work, research and analysis gave me…
The Super Hero physique I’ve achieved, and those I’ve helped thousands of men and women build didn’t just happen. They came from a system that revolves around ONE fundamental principle…and I made a point of keeping this in mind as I carefully assembled The Super Hero Workout.
You see, in order to achieve the types of physiques that look so impressive on the big screen, they have to do something normally considered “impossible” by most fitness professionals.
Building a Super Hero body in as little as 12 weeks requires people (whether they’re movie stars or averages Joes) have to achieve the so-called “Holy Grail” of fitness—they have lose fat and gain muscle at the same time.
And by focusing on that principle as the goal, I eventually devised the ultimate training program for body re-composition, for simultaneous fat loss and muscle gain.
How can this program actually do all of that?
Simple: the Super Hero Workout focuses on overall body re-composition—and, if I do say so myself, it’s one of the most sophisticated programs to do so.
For those who don’t know, body re-composition means to make concurrent adjustments to the factors that determine your body composition: lean body mass, and fat mass.
In laymen’s terms, body re-composition means that you’ll lose body fat while gaining lean body mass, or muscle.
This is a lofty goal, and one that you have no doubt been told is impossible. Because the truth is, there’s a commonly held belief that you simply can’t do that: that you can’t burn fat and gain muscle at the same time.
But, as someone who has made a career out of doing just that, I’m here to tell you that you’ve heard wrong.
Here’s the thing: to most lousy trainers, gaining muscle and losing fat at the same time only seems impossible because they don’t know how to program. Further to that, they have a rigid definition of “the same time.”
Thinking in purely stark terms “at the same time” that means achieving those goals concurrently; that is, it would mean losing fat and gaining muscle each and every day. It’s possible, but requires a tailored approach.
But, for a program written to be effective for all people, it’s still very possible. Especially if you take a broader view, it’s really very achievable to put on muscle and burn fat “at the same time.”
You see, the Super Hero Workout is a 12-week program intended for body re-composition. As far as I see it, then, as long as you both gain muscle and burn fat within the context of those 12 weeks, you’ve achieved body re-composition; regardless of whether you spent some dedicated time building muscle, and some time dedicated to burning fat.
All of which is to say that most people tend to argue the semantics of physiological possibility, whereas I only concern myself with results.
Which is what you want, isn’t it? You’re interested in results, not semantics. You want to burn up to 20 pounds of fat and gain up to 8 pounds of LBM in 12 weeks.
Right? Right. Because you’re just like my client Colin – you want something that actually works. Check out what Colin has to say…
But, like Colin, you may have some initial doubts, and you want to know how we can get there, I assume. To that, allow me to give you a very brief breakdown of the program.
The SUPER HERO Workout is broken down into phases, each varying in length from two to four weeks. Each of these phases is intended to focus on a specific goal: strength, endurance, hypertrophy, and athleticism.
If we were to just leave it there, that would be enough: you’d gain muscle and loss fat over the next 12 weeks, achieve the ever-elusive re-composition.
It’s not enough to simply get results by happenstance of completing these phases. If it were, people could just go from a fat loss program to a muscle-building program to a strength program, and keep making progress forever.
But that isn’t what happens. In fact, the opposite tends to happen: rather than making continuous progress, these program hoppers tend to experience a two-steps forward, one step back phenomenon. When they switch from fat loss to muscle gain, the re-gain some of the fat they’ve lost; when they switch from muscle gain to fat loss, they tend to sacrifice some of their hard-earned LBM.
Why this happens is important—let’s focus on why it doesn’t happen with the Super Hero Workout. Why does SHW allow you to keep making progress from phase-to-phase, while jumping from one complete program to another doesn’t?
This is a term that refers to setting up your training into specific blocks of time (or periods), with each period focusing on a specific facet of the overall fitness spectrum.
The goal is to periodize in a way which allows the qualities you develop to build upon one another, creating a system where each period is more effective because of the ones that came before—this is known as ”progressive programming.”
It is that very approach to programming that makes the Super Hero Workout stand out: every phase builds on the phase that came before it, allowing you to make progress each and every week.
And even though each phase focuses on specific goals, the fact is that the overall design on the program allows for you to chip away at secondary goals while you’re making direct strides towards the primary goal of that phase.
Here’s a rundown. As I said, SHW has four phases, and each phase focuses on developing one specific quality.
Strength and power are two of the hallmarks of many, many super heroes. And that’s reflected in their physiques.
Just look at this summer’s big super hero blockbuster movies, if you need proof.
Chris Hemsworth, the lucky man who got to take on the role of Thor has always been blessed with good looks, but he wasn’t always as buff and defined as what you saw in the movie. Same thing goes for Chris Evans, the guy who scored the gig of Captain America.
Both guys were pretty nicely cut going into the contract signing…but the catch was they needed to get BUFF…and by the time they showed up on the set for the first day of shooting, they looked every bit the part.
Heroes like The Punisher and Catwoman score big time “bad-ass points” with most comic book fans – and with good reason.
The Punisher’s pretty darn tough and so is Catwoman in her own right, but let’s face it, they ain’t the Hulk. Even Spiderman—who DID have some enhancements to his strength—is known more for his dexterity and quickness than brute force.
This is the Phase of the system that will show you EXACTLY how to build the essential “springboard” strength your body needs to rise to that next level of muscle building.
If your goal is to stack on some heavy-duty muscle (minus the green flesh), this is what all the work you put into the first two phases has prepared you for and you’ll definitely be caught off guard by how quickly you advance.
Phase three arms you with a very unique combination of split-training integrated with fitness routines that go against many of the “norms” of the fitness community, but that’s what makes this phase such a break-through program.
WARNING: Do Not skip to this phase without completing the first two phases. The exercises in this phase are so intensely advanced, they’re guaranteed to tear you apart if you aren’t fully prepared.
This is the finish line where – all the hard work you’ve done in the previous three phases gets sharply refined and polished up…
By the end of phase 4, you’re as fit as any fighter of evil and you’ll see firsthand just how specifically engineered The Super Hero Workout system is for fast-paced conditioning.
Contrast this with the example I gave above, where you’re consistently trying to play “catch-up” just to regain what you lost during a previous program or period.
As you can see, the program is both well thought-out and well designed…
…but you should also know it’s been thoroughly field-tested. While the initial test group was just 50 people, since it’s initial release in 2011, over 4,000 people have gone through the Super Hero Workout. Version 2.0 is even better than the last—it’s got more information, and even better workouts.
All of which is to say that with the Super Hero Workout v2.0, the holy grail of body recompostion isn’t just “possible” – it’s damn near guaranteed.
Because of periodization, because of progressive programming, re-composition is in your grasp.
Is that something you need? Well, let’s find out.
Now, as you can see, all of the information in the Super Hero Workout is worth well over 500 bucks. And people are happy to pay it, all day every day. So when I offer it for $97, you can imagine how great of a value that is.
In fact, if you don’t agree that this is one of the best values in the entire industry…well…I guess it’s possible that The Super Hero Workout is very likely NOT for you…
It’s no secret that the proven methods contained in this program are valuable. In fact, just adding up the costs of the individual components would put you at $525.00 – and honestly, that would be a fair price. But you’re not going to pay ANYWHERE NEAR that.
Here’s the thing: summer is only just around the corner, and I want to encourage you to get to work on your Super Hero body NOW, not later.
I want to prove to you that you can have the awesome, impeccable physique you’ve always dreamed of in only 12 short weeks, and that’s part of the reason for the low price–I want you to go for it.
My personal coaching services don’t come cheap – far from it. I split my time between NYC and LA, and I charge accordingly. In fact, more than once, my hourly rate has scared away a few people—and I don’t blame them, because $375 PER HOUR is a lot to ask.
Think about that for a second: to hire me out—even for just one hour—would easily run you more TEN TIMES the cost of what I’m asking…which makes walking away from this limited time offer a little strange.
Because in an economy like this one, it really is getting tougher and tougher to find such a huge amount of value at such an incredibly low price…especially when it’s backed by a 60-Day No Questions Asked FULL REFUND.
If, for any reason whatsoever you feel the Super Hero Workout has left you looking like less than what I promised it would, I want you to feel free to ask for a full money back refund.
Now, I’ve already told you that I stand by the awesome-tastic efficacy of this program 100% and that I’m backing it up with a 60-Day no questions asked money back guarantee, making this a COMPLETELY RISK-FREE offer for you.
But I’m going to make you another guarantee – this system will do nothing for you and will not change your life if YOU DO NOT USE IT. I’m not out here selling BS “magic bullets” that zap your fat away and build concrete slabs of Herculean brawn while you sleep or munch away on potato chips while watching hours of TV. That crap just doesn’t exist.
What I’m offering is an amazing program that will work for you, as long as you work the program.
…It’s as simple as that!
If you want the Super Hero physique you crave, you’re gonna have to put in some work. But other than that, all you have to do is follow this carefully developed system, and if for any given reason you don’t get exactly what you were expecting, you’re still covered by the 100% money-back guarantee.
Up, up…and, well, you know the rest,
New York Times Bestselling Author,
All Around Super Nerd
PS – Don’t forget one of the fundamental reasons you’re a fan of heroes in the first place – it’s because they take action – hesitation isn’t in their vocabulary.
PPS – I’ve gone to every length to be as descriptive as possible of what you’ll find in the workout, but in the event you have any more
questions, I’ve included an FAQ that I think will help you out.
Q: How does the SUPER HERO Workout work so fast?
The system is based on the most common problems faced by the average person and is scientifically designed based on a combination of proven biological facts and tested exercise patterns. Put somewhat more directly, this system works with your body’s adaptation curve instead of against it, which is the unfortunate reality of many programs out there.
Q: What kind of equipment do I need to follow the SUPER HERO Workout?
Technically, just your own bodyweight and a set of dumbbells would work; really, you can modify just about every exercise to work with very limited equipment. Ideally, though, you’ll have a barbell for things like squats and deadlifts, a set of dumbbells heavy enough to challenge you, and a pull up bar (or sturdy door frame!).
You definitely DON’T need fancy equipment, or a gym membership. As long as you have a decent set up, you can workout anywhere.
Q: I’m a beginner – Will I be able to keep up with this?
The SUPER HERO Workout is admittedly tough, but it’s not a completely advanced program. And really, it wouldn’t be fair to design it for only one type of person. So the way it works is this – if you’re already physically active, I see no reason why you shouldn’t be able to jump right into the program. If however, you’ve led something of a sedentary lifestyle lately, meaning very little to no exercise, I’d recommend you start the program off a little more slowly until your body adapts to this new way of life. Once you get into the rhythm, things will pick up quickly
Q: How does the SUPER HERO Workout work so fast?
The SHW system is based on the most common problems faced by the average person and is scientifically designed based on a combination of proven biological facts and tested exercise patterns. This system works with your body’s adaptation curve instead of against it, which is the unfortunate reality of many programs out there.
Q: What if the SUPER HERO Workout doesn’t work for me?
Then it’s free. The four phases of the SUPER HERO Workout were researched and tested in-depth to help you lose more weight, increase your strength, build more muscle and perfect your overall physique in record time. I believe so strongly in this program and the principles on which it’s based that I’m willing to guarantee it. All of which is to say: on the (very) off chance it doesn’t work for you, just email me and I’ll give you a full refund.
Q: How long does it take for the SUPER HERO Workout to arrive?
No more than 3 minutes, depending on who your Internet service provider happens to be. As soon as you complete your purchase of the SUPER HERO Workout, you’ll be given instant access to all ebooks, videos and audios in the system. No need to wait and wait until it arrives in the mail, or pay additional fees for shipping.