Start your revolution – The BID Transformation Roadmap


[fusion_dropcap boxed=”no” boxed_radius=”” class=”” id=”” color=”” text_color=””]E[/fusion_dropcap]veryone has their own catalyst and reasoning for wanting change, no reason is better or worst than the rest. I mean I’ll be the first to admit that vanity drove me in the beginning.

Ulterior motives?…maybe

As an insecure, geeky and infinitely awkward teenager who looked desperately in need of a male training bra I would have never imagined discovering the weightroom would set me on the existential journey that it has.

I mean the geek part never changed as Bay would be sure to highlight, but the person I am today reflects the 20 year roller coaster of trial and evolution.

Now I know I’m probably preaching to the choir in telling you that taking care of yourself is important and that it can do great things for your life. The question is more how do you do it, not why. Especially in an age of information saturation.


These days you have access to more information on health and fitness than ever before in history, but you’re likely more confused than ever about where to take action and how.


This is the problem I aim to solve with the BID lifestyle transformation roadmap (click to download); to provide a proven, simple, clear plan based on actionable and lifestyle driven “sustainable” habits. It’s my gift to you, the complete roadmap to making your own transformation derived from my own experiences and helping many people just like you.

It’s built on habits that in the spirit of BID ideology support your ambitions, allow you to perform at your peak, and enable you to continue to evolve and grow as an individual.


Transformation = Capacity + Fuel + Drive 

I’ve taken the liberty of filtering through the limitless B.S, like organic coffee enemas, or really anything popularized by the Gwenyth Paltrow’s of the world that could distract you.  I’ve pared down your focus to 12 essential habits divided up into 3 categories.

These categories are:



First and foremost you need to have the capacity to take on change. This is why capacity habits are about planning, preparation and mindset.



It’s not saying food is simply fuel, it’s saying that how we nourish ourselves provides us with the fuel we need to change mentally and physically.



Last we have Drive habits which act as the engine of change. Drive is the catalyst to reinventing and evolving your current physical and mental state once you’ve enabled enough capacity and provided yourself the right fuel.

No one element exists in a vacuum, it’s the combination of different actions that support each other that leads to success.

Most people will find themselves stronger at some habits than others. Being objective about this and challenging your default comforts is where you’ll really get the most out of this.

Over the course of the next weeks I’ll be walking you through how to make true use of this roadmap to unleash your own potential.



  1. Download the BID lifestyle transformation roadmap and review it
  2. Identify 1 thing you need to focus on for the next two weeks. Own that thing, don’t worry about anything else but winning at that.
  3. Ask me your questions below or shoot me an email here
  4. Keep bringing your best, every minute of everyhour of everyday



About the author 

Coach Jason

Coach Jason Ingham is a personal trainer, nutrition coach, and founder of BID Health and Performance. Jason has spent more than 20 years practicing the art of lifting and coaching, continually refining his skill set to help his clients build bodies they're proud of pain-free while doing what they love.

When he's not in the gym you'll probably find him buried in a book, exploring the city's restaurants, or crushing the latest streaming sci-fi or fantasy series with his partner Bailey.

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