Revealing Andrew's story, which is undoubtedly inspirational in nature, Unbreakable will leave you open, raw and ready to live your life to the fullest!
This book will stir you to think deeper about the underlying meaning of your life and the value of health and wellbeing to achieving your dreams.
Learn how Andrew defeated cancer each time with 3 key areas of focus: the food he eats, his thought patterns, and the actions he takes every day.
After reading this book, you will become inspired to create change in your own life and it will give you every reason to make the most of your years!
"In my role as General Practitioner, I see stories of courage, hope, despair and tragedy. They involve people like you and me who, through no fault of their own, have been faced with the impossible. Andrew's illness has taken him through a journey of miraculous highs and cavernous lows. His story is an inspiration because he has overcome life threatening illness armed with no more skills than what you and I have. He isn't famous, he isn't rich, but he is a testament to the strength of human nature when faced with incredible adversity and tells each and every one of us that no matter what, you keep going and you keep fighting. You might come out a bit battered and bruised but you come out knowing you found courage you never thought you had, optimism that you thought was hidden and hope that you thought was dead. That is Andrew's story."
"I've known Andy for a number of years and I interviewed him at one of my recent events and he left everyone completely bloody motivated. He left everyone with a sense of how to live their life to the fullest. The stories and the stuff he's been through will no doubt leave you with a real sense of “go for it while you still can”. It's an unbelievable read, it will bring up all sorts of emotion within you but at the end of the day I would definitely, definitely read this story."
"A tale of persistence through adversity, coping with setback after setback, to the point of self-enlightenment and the realisation that sometimes you have to take matters into your own hands; especially when it comes to your own health. Fed up with filling his body with pills and other prescribed chemicals that were making this naturally fit and active guy feel lousy, Andy took his health into his own hands. The details of how he did so provide a great guide for all of us who have experienced a desire to live better."
"Andy's story is inspiring. I couldn't help asking, 'how can one individual get knocked down so many times yet others don't?' Andy helped me wake up and realize how every day really is a blessing. I have the power to make the best out of each day. To make good positive choices and be an inspiring role model for my children, my husband, my family, my friends."
"An awesome, powerful and inspiring book. Andy has a way of connecting to the readers right away. Your positive attitude truly shines. For those struggling against the odds, this book offers tremendous inspiration and hope. It is a privilege to call you my friend."
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The following is a tale of persistence through adversity, coping with setback after setback, to the point of self-enlightenment and the realisation that sometimes you have to take matters into your own hands; especially when it comes to your own health.
Fed up with filling his body with pills and other prescribed chemicals that were making this naturally fit and active guy feel lousy, Andy took his health into his own hands.
The details of how he did so provide a great guide for all of us who have experienced a desire to "live better".
Ask yourself this, what if your health was no longer a luxury but now a necessity? What would you change in order to make it your number one priority?
For me, I had always been a healthy guy, but once I was diagnosed with cancer what I knew about health was so minute and so completely off from where I needed it to be that I needed to make big changes.
It was truly frightening what we are taught is healthy, most of what I was taught growing up is the total opposite, I believe, of what real health is. Since that day, I have set out to create the healthiest version of me that I can.
Sometimes I struggle to comprehend what has happened in my life, while other times I look back and think, so what? It happened, I dealt with it how I knew best at the time with the tools I had and I’m still here standing today.
When I first started writing this book it was for me to help deal with what was going on, just to get it all out of my head, I never intended it to turn into what it is today. It was because of the inspiring, amazing and passionate people I have met over recent years who showed me the power of sharing my story.
So here it is, the story of my life so far.
I slowly opened my eyes, everything seemed blurry as my eyes were trying to focus. Looking around I could see I had been put in my own room, it was your typical white walled room with notices stuck up all over the place, a T.V in the corner, a mini fridge and a bathroom.
To my right I could see mum and dad, I was still really drowsy so nothing looked clear but I knew it was them. It was like looking through fog.
The room was moving, looking around it felt like I was on a revolving platform, clearly my body was still filled with drugs from the surgery. Once my eyes cleared a little more, I could tell Mum was crying, I could also hear her better now so yes, she was definitely crying. There was bad news coming my way, I knew it.
A few seconds later everything was becoming clearer. The sky was blue, it looked like a perfect day outside, especially for the middle of winter in Melbourne. I was pretty comfortable in the bed, although that may have been because I was waking up from an operation. Either way, I immediately started thinking about what was coming next.
When I was competing I was able to drown out everything around me so I was totally focused on what I needed to do, I definitely did not do that this time.
My eyes were focused on the wall in front of me to keep me centred but I could still hear everything around me, way too much talking and yelling from coaches and gymnasts for me to focus properly.
First front salto, I jumped up, grabbed my knees, spun around in a ball and landed back on my feet, second, done, third, I was feeling a little wobbly before I landed so I opened up my body making sure my legs were stable enough to land but as my feet landed on the trampoline I arched my back, my shoulder blades hit my calves and I heard a snap. I crumbled to the ground and screamed in agony.
‘Are you ok??’
I vaguely remember hearing words to those effects as my body lay crumbled on the trampoline. Everyone came running over to see what happened (about twenty people in the gym at the time).
After everything I have been through, it never occurred to me that it may actually be difficult to publish my book. By that I mean difficult within myself.
You see, there was a part of me that didn’t feel ready to share my story on this scale just yet, mainly because I felt like a fraud. I still struggled with energy levels, not every day I might add, I couldn’t get through a decent workout without feeling tired way too quickly and my mind wasn’t always in the right place, I was still having days where my mind went places I wish it didn’t.
That had to stop in order for me to move forward with the book and ultimately my life. It was time to make some big changes to get myself on track and moving towards being Super Human. I asked myself a few questions that needed definite answers before I was able to feel comfortable in completing this book.
Who do I need to become to complete this book?
What do I need to give up/ add to my life in order to complete this book?
How do I create a Super Human version of myself?
There are thousands of diseases in today’s society, (I’ve seen reports that say over 12,000 but couldn’t get an exact number or reference so I’ll just stick with thousands) something has gone horribly wrong somewhere.
It’s time we as individuals had a really hard look at ourselves and started taking responsibility for our own health. Who is responsible for your health? Think really hard about that question because most people have no idea and that really scares me. It’s not your Mum, Dad, partner, best friend, osteopath, chiropractor or even your GP. It’s you! It will always be you. You are in charge, it’s time to take responsibility and act like it. Don’t just blindly accept advice, test it, investigate it and question everything.
We can’t expect to rely on others when it comes to our own health. Having a team of health professionals around you is extremely helpful and I strongly suggest that everyone does, but that doesn’t give you the right to use them as a scape goat.
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Within a week of birth, Andrew Zagami had to undergo life threatening brain surgery.
At the age of 21, Andy was diagnosed with testicular cancer which subsequently required chemotherapy and multiple surgeries. In the years that followed he took his health into his own hands with the realisation that there are alternative methods to treating oneself instead of relying on chemicals and medicines.
Throughout his many treatments, Andy never stopped training clients simply because of his love for what he does. He now aims to help as many people as possible to have the best health of their life. Whether it's to prevent a disease or to reverse the side effects be they physical or psychological.
Since then, he has become a Nutritional Therapist and mBIT (Multiple Brain Integrated Technologies) coach so he can assist his clients on a deeper level.
Following on from this book, Andy will be facilitating Health Retreats and workshops to help support people and take their health to the next level.