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MEET THE COACH

Yes, the fitness game is hard until you have got the perfect mentor to guide you through the challenges that can come across your own journey but all until the Perfect Plan.

I will make you a perfect blueprint that will cut short your Time involvement and give you the desired results without burning a whole in your pocked, right from your Home.

I am going to Support you through your Transformation whether you have ever done a single exercise or not.

Taking Action is the
best Shortcut!
-Manu Gupta

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ABOUT

10000+

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11 years of Training Experience

Trained and Coached more than 200 Clients

Certificates and Qualifications

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Client base in 40+ Countries

My Story

I was never Fit, Good-looking, Attractive till I decided to Transform myself into a total new being.

I used to weight 105 freaking Kgs at 5 Feet 8 inches height and looked like an ill shaped ugly person back then. 

The fact that I ate almost everything in my capacity, whenever I could led me to be highly inactive and fat ass. My waistline used to measure 40 inches.

With being Fat comes tremendous amount of bullying that you get directly or indirectly by literally everyone in the world. I can barely think of putting the feelings into words but it feels terrible and self doubting!

I did not know much about Mental Health back then but all I knew was that I had self-doubt and extremely low confidence to face anyone and everyone. My clothes would always fit tight and I remember to see nothing but bulges all over my body.

Being a male, having 'man boobs/ loose chest' is something another dimension when it comes to getting bullied and touched. My friends would always tease me for this and would make comments that can I remember shattered my manhood behaviour.

I used to be in a trauma and wanted to change but the urge was never enough to take necessary steps. I remember being comfortable with the way I looked, felt and carried my life. I always told myself that this is how it is and not everybody is meant to be in shape or good health.

My parents did not really like me taking my health too easy but never hurt me for the way I looked. I used hate the fact that we had "Weight Loss" as a topic of discussion often and I knew that it was indirectly pointed towards me.

About attraction in terms of opposite sex, I would never talk to girls in any way because I always had that guilt of not being good looking. I used to spend extra on buying some of the better brands but I never understood the fact that looks of the clothes can never change your personality! I always had self doubt whenever I even thought of initiating a conversation.

Sports was never my thing and my academics were poor. I would not blame me being fat to bad academics but now that I understand things better, you can never have good concentration and productivity when you are unfit. 

Things became worst when I developed regular Smoking as a habit along with Alcoholism(low frequency) while in school. Recalling this breaks my heart today and feels like an absolute shit of a person that I was okay to have become. I developed these shitty habits due to the fact that I wanted to escape from reality and got addicted to Smoking and Alcohol to be my friends.

All friends I made would be of similar habits to only take my health and personality south.  

It was just before my Graduation that that I started having thoughts of changing what I had become. I really wanted to put things togethers and build myself up. The first step was to signup for a Gym and show up as much as I could. Never had a goal in mind, was never sure of a pattern that I should follow or do at the Gym. 

A couple of months down the line, Gym had become more of a culture for me. Please note, results were not big to mention or tell you about. The best thing I was doing was to consciously be there as much as I could, I liked it because of the vibe that I always liked about Health Clubs. It's just you and your efforts that count over there, no one can replace the hardwork that you need to put over there. 

I was starting to develop a relentless habit of working out. I started to read health forums, watch elaborated videos of topics that concerned me or were related to my goals. I loved every bit of Exercising and the science. I remember the amount of interest I had at the time to explore the Health and Fitness world and used to spend 4-5 hours a day reading and watching videos. I was fortunate to interact in communities that had people who had successfully transformed themselves into the fittest people on the planet. 

I was becoming literally addicted to the fitness world, did never know at the time that I would be at the professional side down the line. 

I experimented a lot with different programs, diet patterns, schedules and what not out of curiosity and the passion. I won't lie to you but I was very impatient for my own transformation results as well. I failed a lot at it but kept trying. There were times when I was very exhausted with the type of things I was trying at the exercise standpoint and nutrition. I never understood the idea of moderation and balance at the time. I was always trying the extreme stuff that came across. 

I was able to reduce 35 Kgs in 8 Months with all my energy, will, sacrifices, dedication, focus and most importantly, failures. I managed it due to the sole fact that I wanted to bring change anyhow and was ready to give my very best at all times. It's not easy but I did not leave a choice of backing out for myself. 

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