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How did you get started?

It was back in 2010 when I first stepped into a gym…I had always been a foodie my whole life, eating junks led to an excessive weight gain…it was then when I realized that I am doing no good to my body, that I need to do something about it and there started my journey

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Where does your motivation come from?

My motivation comes from the small progress that I make in my workouts, I see some results and that urges me to work more harder…”Someone once told me in the gym that u train really hard, sometimes I think of not doing the workout but seeing you I feel of not giving up” so these kind of statements motivates me too

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What workout routine has worked best for you?

Weight training paired with cardio is and has always been the best routine so far

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If you had to pick only 3 exercises what would they be and why?

Talking about 3 exercises without any doubt the major lifts “SQUATS’’ “DEADLIFTS” and “BENCHPRESS”

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What is your diet like?

My diet depends on my goals …when I am shredding I opt for a high protein, moderate carbs and moderate fat…and when I am on gaining I go for a high carb diet.

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What’s the one food you couldn’t live without, and how do you handle food cravings?

NUTELLA it is my biggest weakness …I can eat a complete jar in one go…handling the cravings comes naturally now ..seeing my own transformation what I was and what I am now and what more I want to achieve that Is I guess enough for me to suppress the cravings

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What’s something not many people know about you?

I was a victim of OCD(obsessive compulsive disorder) regarding my food habits, I was a builimic too and was a vegetarian my whole life but started with non veg 2 yrs back

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Favorite Quote:

“SUCCESS IS ONE STEP AT A TIME AND IT TAKES YEARS OF HARD WORK AND PATIENCE”

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