Indian Bodybuilding (IBB) as an entity came into existence in the year 2013, with the sole aim of promoting the sport of Bodybuilding in India & making constant endeavors to help the bodybuilding community in India reach new heights of fame and growth.
Sunit Jadhav won the Overall title of Mr India 2019 held in Chennai from 29th to 31st March 2019. This is Sunit’s third Mr India title, he had won in 2016 and 2017 earlier. Last year the title was won by Ram Niwas of Indian Railways in a close fight with Sunit. Sunit took back his crown of Mr India this year.
Sunit Jadhav Wins IBBF Mr. India 2019 Overall Title - YouTube
For the overall title, comparision was made between Sunit Jadhav, Anuj Kumar and Narendra Yadav.
Comparison for Mr. India 2019 Champion of Champion - YouTube
Watch the live streaming of IBBF Mr India 2019 on 30th and 31st March.
Prejudging : 3o March – 12 PM onwards
Finals : 31 March – 3 PM Onwards
Event : 12th Mr. India, Senior Men’s & Women Body Building & 7th Men’s Physique Sports & Women Model Physique Championship 2019
Mr India 2019, is by far the biggest bodybuilding show in India. Ram Niwas won the overall title in a very close comparision with Sunit Jadhav. However, Sunit has improved a-lot over the year and is coming back stronger to take back his title of Mr India.
Other athletes to look out for this championship which can give tough fight for the title are
So watch these champions fight it out for the prestigious Mr India 2019 title. The live stream is exclusive on IBB website, Facebook Page and YouTube Channel.
Fitness Icon Sahil Khan who has won several awards in the fitness industry, has joined hands with a global fitness giant Body Power. Body Power is a fitness brand from U.K. with a global chain of fitness stores, clothing, gyms and events run by Nick Ortan. Sahil khan along with Sam Khan who is a popular film director and producer, together run several brands and businesses in the fitness industry. Body Power is quite popular with its global fitness events run across various countries like Body Power India, that help in creating business and employment opportunities in the fitness industry and inspire the nation to move towards fitness and a healthier lifestyle.
Speaking about his collaboration with Body Power, Sahil Khan said ‘I have been attending Body Power events for years and I always wanted to be a part of it. I am really into Nick’s vision of inspiring a generation by offering amazing experiences. I have got so many ideas, I can’t wait to get started.’ Sam Khan who works closely with Sahil khan and plays an active role leading various projects added “I love the challenge that our new partnership with Body Power offers. Together, the team has incredible strength, contacts, ability and energy. I’m looking forward to further building a business which is the envy of the world, and which when mentioned, lights up the faces of young people.”
Nick Ortan also clearly expressed his interest in the new collaboration stating that he is quite impressed with Sahil Khan and Sam Khan. “I am confident we both will learn from each other a lot. Its an important move for the business, and firmly maintain our position in the market as the leader in fitness expo’s and events. Our plans are ambitious and exciting, starting with three major new events in the month of March. Mr. Body Power -Jammu & Kashmir, Mr. Body Power-Hyderabad and Body Power Beach Body, Goa, giving thousands of young Indians a huge opportunity to participate.” added Nick. (Source: indiatimes.com)
Body Power Beach Body, Goa is the most awaited and talked about first ever beach body show in India by Sahil Khan and directed by Sam Khan, where several male and female fitness models would be seen competing on the beach. The event is planned to be held on 16th March in Goa. This event is supposed to be the biggest platform ever for aspiring fitness athletes in India.
Talking about the Beach Body Carnival, Nick Ortan said “ I am so exuberated in organizing this carnival and spreading this inspiring message of being fit. Will get to see hundreds of highly anticipated fitness entrants participating in front of gigantic fitness fans to step on the stage”.
Sahil Khan added, “This kind of show is first time taking place in India and after this show, I hope that it will create many platforms for aspiring fitness athletes.”
Body Power is a brand that has always been engaged with building fitness culture across countries with its successful and diversified business ventures into gym, clothing, events, stores and supplements called Body Power Nutition. Sahil Khan is nation wide fitness inspiration and a visionary. Sahil Khan’s collaboration with Body Power is bound to bring forth several initiatives and create platforms for new entrants into the fitness industry.
We hope to see an upsurge in the Indian fitness industry on a global platform in the coming years, with this newly formed strong collaboration between Sahil Khan and fitness giant Body Power.
Indians have been competing in strength sports for nearly 1000 years now. It only makes sense that Indians would pick up bodybuilding quickly and become one of the leading countries in the sport. However, bodybuilding is a rather new phenomena to India, but is quickly rising as India’s favorite sport.
The father of bodybuilding, Eugen Sandow, made sure to visit India during his World tour in 1904-1905. After all, he could not pass up the opportunity to teach so many people his methods. He had seen how thin many Indians were in pictures and was not sure how enthusiastic they would be to learn bodybuilding. He soon discovered how wrong he was when hundreds of people were waiting to greet him at his first stop in Calcutta. He was soon offered more money in India than he had been offered in the United States and Great Britain to train individuals. Sandow discovered the appetite for bodybuilding in India was greater than any country he had been to. He was impressed with the potential for bodybuilders in India and said, “The native Indians have a fine foundation for the building of large, physical men.”
German Bodybuilder Eugen Sandow (1867-1925): Father of modern bodybuilding
India has 4X the population of the US and therefore 4X better odds of producing a Mr. Olympia winner. In India, the average man is 5’5” which aligns nicely with the average height of a winning Mr. Olympia at 5’8”. India does not have the major money making sports like the NFL, NBA, and MLB. In these professional sports in the US you can be a below average player and still make a million dollars a year while in bodybuilding you must win the Mr. Olympia, have several sponsors, and guest pose all over the World to attain similar compensation. India has many professional sport leagues, but none come close in salary to what the big three in the US pay. While the US loses many great potential bodybuilders to these sports, India does not. If the opportunities, prize money, and sponsorships increase India could easily rise to the top as the premier country for bodybuilding. Sponsors are only just beginning to discover Indian bodybuilders as marketable athletes here in the US. It certainly helps that India has the second most English speakers only behind the US.
With the powder keg fully loaded, what could cause the spark that brings Indian bodybuilding to the mainstream? The 1970s bodybuilding scene in the US (often referred to as the Golden Era), was very similar to that of India’s current state of bodybuilding. Prize money was low, and sponsorships were nearly non-existent. Bodybuilders competed for the love of it. Then, in 1977 Pumping Iron starring Arnold Schwarzenegger came out which caused an explosion in the bodybuilding and fitness industries. Prize money increased substantially along with sponsorships and the sport took off. The same thing could just as easily occur in India through Bollywood.
Although India has lagged countries much smaller than itself in producing bodybuilding champions, the potential is there. Eventually, bodybuilding contest producers and sponsors will realize the potential and capitalize. It is only a matter of time before we see an Indian hoist the Sandow trophy as Mr. Olympia which would certainly be fitting as it was Sandow who first realized the bodybuilding potential India has. Will it be five years, ten, twenty? Enduring Aesthetics podcast got together to discuss this issue and consulted with IFBB Classic Physique Pro Amit Roy to find the answer.
Watch IFBB Classic Physique Pro Amit Roy in an exclusive interview with Enduring Aesthetics
"Where are all the Indian IFBB Pros??" Exclusive Interview w/ Amit Roy Indian Classic Physique Pro - YouTube
Top 700 bodybuilding and physique sports male and female athletes in India will compete this year for Mr India 2019 National Championship organized by Indian Body Builders Federation (IBBF). The “12th Mr. India, Senior Men’s and Women’s Body Building & 7th Men’s Physique Sports and Women’s Model Physique National Championship 2019” will be held in Chennai. The championship event will be held from 29th to 31st March at Late Col. Jeppiaar Auditorium, Chennai, Tamil Nadu.
Mr India 2018: Ram Nivas
Indian Body Builders Federation secretary Chetan Pathare said, “The championship is held in Chennai for the first time under the aegis of the Indian Body Builders Federation. We have got 10 weight categories in the event in which about 700 athletes from 43 State associations, Union Territories and government sports boards affiliated to it will take part.”
The championship event will be held under the organization of Tamil Nadu Amateur Bodybuilding Association. Tamil Nadu is one of the oldest Bodybuilding Associations in the country formed in 1975. It has produced various top athletes in the country that have competed at International level like Baskaran, Balamurugan, Jayaprakash, Senthil Kumaran and others.
For Men’s bodybuilding total 10 weight categories are formed, whereas for women there shall be 1 open group. Similary in case of Men & Women’s Phsyique sports there shall be 1 open group for each. First three places in each category will receive Gold, Silver & Bronze Medals. First Five places in each category will receive Cash Prizes along with Merit Certificates and trophy respectively.
“Bodybuilding is the mother of all sports. This is the most prestigious championship of the sport. There has been so much response for the sports from female athletes now. Now, we want to make the sport as No. 1 in the country,’ added Chetan Pathare. (Source newstodaynet.com)
For more information visit http://ibbf.in/
Watch Mr India 2018 winners
IBBF 11th Mr. INDIA 2018 All Winners Summary - YouTube
The most awaited bodybuilding and fitness event for Mumbaikars, Mumbai Shree 2019 is all set to be held on 16th and 17th Feb this year. This prestigious 2 days event is not just a fitness or bodybuilding competition but will also be a full fledged fitness festival this year. The event is being organised by Arogya Prathisthan under Mumbai Suburban Bodybuilding and Fitness Association and Greater Bombay Bodybuilders Association. Mumbai Shree will be presented this year by Spartan Nutrition. Spartan Nutrition is a well known brand of nutrition supplements manufacturing supplements in various forms like powder, read to drink products, bars, tablets that help you meet your fitness and bodybuilding goals.
The event will see participants from fitness and bodybuilding industry like entrepreneurs, fitness trainers, supplement brands, gym equipments, health brands all together under one roof. Arogya Pratishthan has planned to make the event into a fitness festival that helps the market players in the fitness industry come together and thus make the fitness industry in Mumbai reach newer heights and upscale globally. The country has seen a rapid increase in fitness industry and health enthusiasts in the last few years, Mumbai being the hub of fitness, this event will encourage several new entrants to join the industry as individual players and entrepreneurs leading to a boom in the fitness culture of the city.
Earlier Mumbai Shree used to be a 1 day event, however due to the growing popularity of the event, the show will now be hosted for 2 days on 16th and 17th Feb 2019. The event will give out the winners a total prize money worth INR 8 Lakhs as informed by the event organizer Mr. Prabhakar Kadam. The event will be conducted at a prime location in mumbai i.e. Central Railway Ground Lower Parel. Winners of the event will be classified into 2 categories, winners in each of these categories shall be eligible to participate in the upcoming event ‘Mahrashtra Shree’ this year.
Watch Deepak Tambitkar speak about Mumbai Shree 2019 and his preparation for the upcoming competition
The country is witnessing a rapid increase in the number of women entering the fitness industry. To give an opportunity to females to make their career in this industry ‘Miss Mumbai’is planned to be organized later this year. The contest will classify women into 2 categories i.e. Bodybuilders and Physique models. Top 5 winners in each of these categories shall receive a heft amount of prize money.
Many of us enjoy a cheeky drink now and then. But are you aware of the impact alcohol can have on your testosterone levels? Beer, wine, and even supposedly ‘healthy’ spirits can play havoc with hormone production, not to mention your waistline. If you’re looking to get or maintain a lean, muscular physique, then watching your alcohol intake should be high on your list of priorities. In this article, we look at how drinking can affect your testosterone levels and the impact this has on your body.
Testosterone & alcohol
Testosterone is the main male sex hormone and it contributes to all of those things that make us ‘manly’. We’re talking about our muscles, deep voice, facial hair, and numerous aspects of our sex drive. Without enough testosterone in your body, your libido will decrease and you’ll struggle to get or maintain an erection. This isn’t something any of us want to face, so it’s important to keep your t-levels within the healthy range.
Unfortunately, consuming alcohol isn’t going to help. It suppresses the production of testosterone and slows down its release. This means that drinking alcohol will steadily decrease your t-levels as well as sabotaging your efforts to stay lean. Without sufficient testosterone, you’ll struggle to get the results you want in the gym and in the bedroom.
How it affects your metabolism
When you consume alcohol, your body goes into an internal meltdown. Most people can deal with one or two drinks, but any more than that and your body has to act fast. You might not realize it, but you’re flooding your system with a substance that it finds toxic. So, it goes into overdrive trying to expel as much of it as possible (which is one of the reasons you start to pee more).
When your body perceives a threat, it starts to shut down non-essential processes and focus on survival. Your metabolism instantly switches from burning macronutrients (like carbs, fat, and protein) to breaking down and expelling the alcohol. This means that anything you would have normally burned is immediately shunted into storage. The result is either more body fat or greater glycogen stores and water retention. Either way, you immediately begin to pack on the pounds while your body deals with the alcohol.
Alcohol & weight gain
Alcohol contains 7 calories per gram, almost double the amount found in carbohydrate and protein. Because it’s so energy dense, you can quickly overload on calories when you’re out drinking for the night. But it’s not just this direct effect that’s concerning – alcohol also lowers your inhibitions and stimulates your hunger. Two hormones in particular; leptin and ghrelin, become more active which makes you feel super-hungry. This means that you’re more likely to overeat unhealthy junk foods after drinking. Plus, most of us also munch on high-fat and high-carb meals in an effort to cure our hangovers the next day. This contributes to further weight gain and is a devastating one-two punch for your system. If you end up skipping the gym because you’re feeling too rough, then the effect is even greater.
Plummeting testosterone levels
Unfortunately, that’s not the end of the story. If you drink alcohol on a regular basis then you’re likely to gain excess weight, particularly around your midsection. The classic beer belly doesn’t just undermine your work at the gym – it will decrease your testosterone even further. Abdominal fat contains an enzyme that suppresses t-levels and increases estrogen (which is why some guys develop ‘man boobs’ from drinking). So, the more weight you gain around your middle, the lower your testosterone levels become. And the less of this hormone you have, the harder it is to build lean muscle mass. This means that your metabolism slows and it’s harder to burn calories, so your weight can begin to spiral. It also increases your risk of other chronic diseases like diabetes, cardiovascular conditions, and cancer.
How to increase testosterone
The good news is, there are lots of practical ways you can recover your testosterone levels. Avoiding alcohol is the obvious step but other aspects of your diet and lifestyle can play a significant role. Taking multi-vitamins or a Testogen supplement may also help.
Here are a few simple steps you can take to increase your testosterone levels:
Strength training – lifting heavy weights stimulates testosterone production, so push yourself as hard as possible in the gym.
Healthy fats – eating plenty of healthy fats like avocados, oily fish, seeds, and nuts will ensure that your body has the nutrients it needs to produce and transport hormones.
Decent sleep – getting good quality sleep supports your natural hormone cycles and reduces cortisol production (which suppresses testosterone).
Vitamin D – the sunshine vitamin supports t-levels, so spend at least 10-15 minutes outdoors every day or take a multi-vitamin.
Testosterone boosters – stimulate your body to increase its natural testosterone production and boost levels.
The link between alcohol & testosterone – Summary
Consuming alcohol directly suppresses testosterone production and causes excess weight. It forces your body to switch from fat-burning mode to expelling the poisonous toxins, which can quickly lead to weight gain. It also stimulates hunger hormones that trick you into wanting to eat more and make poor food choices. As you gain weight around your mid-section, enzymes are produced that further decreases your t-levels and make it harder to develop lean muscle.
Reducing your alcohol intake is the best way to directly address this. Lifestyle changes such as getting more sleep and lifting heavy weights can support testosterone production. Adapting dietary habits by eating more healthy fats and taking supplements can also help. By making these tweaks to your daily routine, your body will soon recover its testosterone levels to where they once were. This will enable you to get the most out of your workouts and nutrition, so you achieve the lean, muscular physique you’ve always wanted.
Varun Dhawan is geared up these days preparing for his upcoming action packed movie Kalank. Varun is known to be very regular when it comes to his workout and inspite of injuries on the set, he continues to train hard for crazy action scenes in the movie. Director Abhishek Varman has ensured that he gets all the gym facilities on the set required for his training, while Varun’s trainer Prashant Sawant is making him sweat with tiring squats. Not only the actor is keen on his workout but is also all up for trying up any new techniques that would help him get those ripped abs to pretty much fit into the character of the movie.
Varun Dhawan on the sets of movie Kalank at kargil (Source: Instagram)
Recently his trainer has come up with a new training technique that Varun has eagerly shared with his followers on instagram. The actor warns to try out the technique under professional guidance.
A post shared by Varun Dhawan (@varundvn) on Nov 15, 2018 at 5:45am PST
Varun is being trained under Prashant Sawant, Prashant is a celebrity trainer for actors like Shah Rukh Khan, Sharman Joshi, Aftab Shivdasani. Prashant is also the owner of Body Sculptor gym in Juhu. Actor Shah Rukh Khan is known to be an ardent follower of Prashant when it comes to fitness.
Varun’s diet has been carefully chalked out by none other than his trainer’s wife Maya Pereira Sawant. For those who don’t know her yet, Maya is a trainer herself who trains celebrity clients like Gauri Khan and also has been the nutritionist for celebrities like Ajay Devgan. It is known that Maya has planned a high protein diet for Varun and provides him all his meals from her kitchen.
Varun Dhawan’s Diet
Breakfast: 5 egg whites and 2 egg yolks and bowl of cooked oats
Lunch: Chicken and vegetables like cabbage
Evening meal: Chicken and salad
Dinner: Steamed fish with a bowl of broccoli and french beans
(Source Dainik Bhaskar.com)
Varun is truly thrilled to play his character for Kalank and has been training crazy. He makes sure that he does not miss out on his workout, and that’s how we get to see Varun training even at night with some crazy new techniques under the guidance for his trainer Prashant.
Another feather in the cap! Again an Indian bodybuilder has won on an international platform. Arambam Boby is no ordinary performer, he is bodybuilder who has grabbed the world title for the 8th time. Before this, he won this title 7 times in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017. Overall, 7 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze. Behind all these marvellous victories is an awe-inspiring and riveting story of this extra-ordinary man.
On December 16, 2018, Boby pulled off the 10th Mr. World competition organized by the World Bodybuilding and Physique Federation (WBPF) in Chiang Mai, Thailand. This is the 8th world title win for Boby.
In the national level, Boby also won Jr. Mr. Manipur in 1995, Champion of the Champions, and Sr. Mr. India in 1998. Let’s learn about his extra-ordinary journey from a modest background to the pinnacle of glory.
“I struggled a lot. My mother didn’t even have money to buy me eggs, which are essential diet for a sportsman. But I didn’t give up. I did labour works at times. I even used to carry bricks and assist mason in building works.” ~ Arambam Boby (Source: indiansportsnews.com)
Arambam Boby Official Facebook
Boby was born in Februay 1, 1975. He lost his father Late Mr. Arambam Ibomcha when he was just two years old. His mother Mrs. Arambam Ongbi Dashumati Devi struggled to raise her six children, and worked hard so that her children can go to school.
This story of struggle is similar to many sporting personalities in India, and large number of them often give up because of monetary constraints. However, Boby and his family kept on fighting all the adversities.
Bobby did whatever odd jobs that came his way to earn some money so that he could have adequate diet that is essential for bodybuilding. He also loved other sports such as gymnastics, football, taekwondo and athletics.
In 1993, he saw a silver lining and applied at the Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) group centre, which was recruiting two athletes. Boby got the job as a constable in the sports quota and worked there for more than 2 years.
During his time at the SSB, Boby used to practice at the Manipur University ground outside the campus. In one of those days, Boby’s sister’s friend saw him practicing and suggested to go to gym since he had a good physique. Boby began going to gym without informing the authorities. He found his goal in bodybuilding, and pushed on.
The Bodybuilding Journey
Arambam Boby official Facebook
Boby set off his bodybuilding journey under this first trainer Khoirom Yaskul Singh, who was passionate about the sport. According to Boby, most of the bodybuilding equipment at the gym was made from discarded vehicle parts and bamboo.
Within two months of joining the gym, Boby took part and won the 1995 Northeast Bodybuilding Championship at Jorhat. However, the Railways authorities came to know about his bodybuilding, and he had difficulties in getting leave to participate in the events. However, luck smiled at him again when he got the support of a direct Commandant, who gave him permission to carry on with bodybuilding. Later Boby went on to win the Junior National Championship in 1996, and in the same year, he participated in the Asian Championship and secured 4th position.
Luck smiled at Boby again when he received a call from Southeastern Railways, Kolkata as one of the Railway coaches noticed him. He joined there later as a Junior Clerk in November 1997 and began training under Shambu Chatterjee. In 1998, Boby represented Railways the Senior National championship (70 kg category) and became champion. This win opened up more future avenues for Boby as he won more than 20 titles in the National and Inter-Railways Championships.
Mr. World Title Arambam Boby official Facebook
After working in Kolkata for 12 years, in 2009 Boby shifted his base to Guwahati, in the Northeast Frontier Railway or NF Railway, and started a fresh journey in bodybuilding. In 2010, Boby took part in the World Bodybuilding Championship in the 75 kg category in Benaras, and won the title. That was the first of his seven medals in the international stage.
After all these achievements, Boby reflects how difficult the journey was as he hardly got any support from the government. It is expensive to participate in the international events, and without any support from authorities, sportspersons in India are not able to pursue their dreams.
Another important aspect Boby highlighted on is diet. Even basic diet did cost him at least Rs. 18,000-20,000 a month for eggs, chicken, and supplements. He could not afford these expenses regularly, and often friends helped him out. Thus, Boby urges the government to constantly support sportspersons in their endeavors.
The Way Forward
There is no dearth of talented sportspersons like Boby in India. However, many dreams of making it big are nipped in the bud due to lack of financial support and infrastructure. Hope the authorities will come up with structured programs to encourage the sporting talents in the country so that they can shine on the global platforms and bring more glories to India.
Watch Arambam Boby win the 1st place at 10th WBPF in December 2018 at Chiang Mai, Thailand
Arambam Bobby Singh Mr.world 7th times champion 2018 10th WBPF - YouTube
December 1, 2018 was a memorable day for Aryan Pasha. On that day, he secured the second position in the Men’s Physique (short) category in the bodybuilding event, called ‘Muschlemania India.’
Besides being the runner up, it was even more special for Aryan as he became the first transgender bodybuilding champion in India. He has crossed many a miles strewn with societal barriers to achieve this feat.
In the global sporting events too, transgender athletes do get to participate. Like, in 2015, the International Olympics Committee (IOC) rolled out new guidelines that allow transgender athletes to participate in events even if they had not undergone sex reassignment surgery.
“I just wanted to participate and tell the world that I’m trans. and can give a tough competition. So, I was practicing hard, giving my 100%. ~ Aryan Pasha (Source: Scroll.in)
Aryan as ‘Nyla’ with his Father
Aryan was born as a girl, Nyla, in 1991. However, from the very beginning he did not relate as a girl. Since Class 2, he started going to boy’s school in the boy’s uniform and was more comfortable that way.
Fortunately, for Aryan, his family has supported his choice throughout and never asked him to wear feminine clothes, or asked about his short hair like a boy. When he was 19, Aryan decided to undergo sex transition surgery to be a male. Here too, his family supported his decision.
After surgery, despite the physical discomfort, Aryan felt relieved since he did not have to hide anything or from anyone and embraced his new identity.
Later, a few years down the line, Aryan came out openly as a trans. man and involved with LGBTQ rights organizations with an objective to encourage others like him to accept themselves as they are.
Aryan Pasha in Musclemania
Aryan took up bodybuilding a few years back. He was a fitness enthusiast from an early age, played several sports in school, and was a national-level skating champion.
In 2014, he began weight training besides studying law in Mumbai. The main reason for starting the training was to bulk up muscles and transform his lean frame. Gradually, his workout turned into a passion, and that’s when he realized, he could dedicate himself to this field.
Initially, Aryan wanted to take part in the Trans FitCon, an all-trans bodybuilding competition in Atlanta, USA. This is said to be the only event in the world for transgender. However, he could not participate as he did not get a visa. Subsequently, Aryan focused on Musclemania India where he wanted to compete in the men’s category. It is because most sporting events still do not have a separate category for transgender sportspersons.
In 2017, Aryan took a tough decision to quit his job as a lawyer to focus on his training full time. In the following 3 to 4 months, he spent nearly 6 hours a day in the gym. Now, the challenge he faced was unique. Since his body does not produce testosterone naturally, results were not as fast as compared with cisgender (whose gender identity matches since birth) men. So, he had to work extra hard to get the same results.
Taking part in Musclemania posed another challenge for Aryan. Musclemania is a natural bodybuilding event that forbids the use of hormone supplements (including testosterone). Aryan informed the organizers that he is a trans. man and requires doses of testosterone, which is a part of his post-surgery hormone replacement therapy. The organizers allowed him to participate, though asked to skip his last dosage prior to the competition. The rest is history.
The Way ForwardStanding Tall – Aryan at Workout
Aryan has chalked out his plans for the future. He wants to encourage and help more trans. men to join competitive sports, and desires to work collaboratively with the government and other organisations to accelerate the process.
Aryan has already set a blazing example of determination and commitment to overcome all the challenges. In the future, he wishes to introduce a transgender category for a major bodybuilding event in India. We are sure, time is changing for better!