Sports & Fitness

Blog by : Anushka Jain

Sports & Fitness Supplement:


Are you a sports & fitness enthusiast? If yes, then keep reading because you are at the right place. This is a chance to make your passion your profession.

BFY presents for you a course for sports and fitness supplement. Your dream is not that far. Become a professional sports and fitness instructor today!


What is in the course syllabus?

  1. Man: evolution of lifestyle and nutrition
  2. Human Body: basic anatomy and physics
  3. Energy Concept: energy systems of body
  4. Diet & Nutrition: basics
  5. Supplement Prologue: defining supplements and its basics
  6. Fundamentals of Performance Nutrition: macro & micro nutrients, antioxidants & other nutrients
  7. Knowing Supplement better: deeper knowledge
  8. Creatine: concept
  9. Steroids: basic information
  10. Secrets of muscle building: supplements and muscle building
  11. Supplement on Specific Conditions: fat loss, weight gain, muscle building, increasing energy levels & various diseases





How will you benefit from the course?


  • Gain appropriate knowledge with the help of the most pioneering course of its kind in India. This course includes extensive information on the topic.
  • Get a certificate at the end of the course if you succeed in passing the exams.
  • Make you a better fitness professional, instructor, coach, dietician, personal trainer, body builder etc.
  • If you are none of the above, now you can be.


What is the course eligibility?

You must be 18 years old



This is an upgrading course i.e. applicants must have prior knowledge of basic nutrition.


What about career prospects?

Completing this course will make you a specialist in nutritional supplements of sports, exercise & fitness. You will be an expert in the use of: vitamins – mineral tablets/capsules, whey protein powder, Creatine powder, steroids, weight gain, fat loss supplements etc.


What about the course material?

It will be provided to you as soon as we receive the payment for the course.


Passing Marks: 50%

Course Type: Correspondence only


Don’t doubt your passion for fitness and apply for this course! Along with so much deeper knowledge and understanding, you will also get a lifetime valid certificate on clearing the exam. Enrol today!

Zeven-A Multi-Dimensional Brand

Blog by : Kirti Bhardwaj

To receive omni channel way to deal with achieve clients

Helped to establish by Hemchandra Javeri and Mahesh Bhupathi with a seed speculation of $5 million, Zeven has been intended for the Indian climate and territory, keeping in minds the Indian body structure and socio-social factors around seeking after a game.

ZEVEN is a multi-dimensional brand focused on changing games in India by making dynamic game an essential piece of your life. Inhale, Eat, Sleep, play. Zeven is an upset, releasing your potential. The Zeven Chakri remains for the soul of game, continually moving, honing and performing. Power inside that shows comes about unobtrusively outside. Zeven gives India a games mark made for Indians. The Chakri is our image, speaking to vitality, widespread movement, control, speed and achievement.

Their fantasy is for each Indian to “go out there and play”! For us at Zeven, your age, sex, wage or area doesn’t make a difference. All we require is your want and responsibility regarding playing the diversion. Numerous games are played crosswise over India and we long for catalyzing distinctive individuals to play them; hockey, cricket, football, badminton, tennis, kabaddi and some more.

It took the organization over a time of shopper research and testing items with sportspersons and general purchasers previously the formal dispatch of Zeven in February. Zeven stock is additionally accessible on Amazon, Flipkart and Snapdeal. Gotten some information about plans to raise more capital, Javeri, without uncovering the sum, stated, “We have officially raised Series a subsidizing from a HNI who wishes to stay mysterious.” Created with a mission to change dons in India by making dynamic game a fundamental piece of Indian life, Javeri trusts that sometime a billion Indians will take to some type of game. Zeven has started the procedure with the dispatch of a group of dynamic sportspersons on its entryway which has gathered 2.25 lakh fans.

Zeven trusts a game acquires extraordinary qualities you, values they at Zeven live for. Games is past marvelousness or cash. Train, responsibility, enthusiasm, vitality are values extraordinary sportspersons have.

Made, oversaw, upheld by a group of famous sportspersons and fruitful pioneers from the matter of game, we are resolved to enable you to discover the delight of genuine game. The world’s best for India. Zeven ventures in with items that are an ideal fit for Indians in fit, size and solace at 33% or a large portion of the cost offered by the best four worldwide brands.

TYKA-TK Sports Private Limited

Published by : Kirti Bhardwaj

TYKA is a sportswear and games hardware mark presented by TK Sports Private Limited in 2009, Jalandhar, India. Essentially being the pack accomplice for different cricket groups over the world, TYKA is currently connected with different soccer groups.

Their visionary pioneer, Mr.Rajan Kohli (MD, TK Sports Private Limited) had energy for games and soul of a business person. For quite a long time TK sports had created Hockey/Cricket rigging and it was in 2009 when TYKA attire wer began in a little live with 4 machines and a mission. In spite of the fact that our start was little our goals were most certainly not. We sought to wind up the best arrangements supplier for competitors who needed to look great and perform better, for them to perform better we expected to put our best amusement forward, and that is the thing that we did. Much the same as a Cricket Test coordinate we began building a solid establishment by concentrating just and just on shopper fulfillment and quality. We continued leaving the conveyances outside the quality stump with persistence and it paid off as the presumed National Indian Hockey – Men and ladies – senior and junior groups wound up one of our first customers took after by UP Cricket Association and Cricket Association of Bengal for the Ranji Trophy and Indian Shooting Team. By 2012, we were very much settled on the wrinkle and our execution was influencing the best shots of the Indian and Global donning club to observe us. This was the point at which one of the establishments of the Indian Premier League, Kings XI turn into our customers as well as so inspired were they with our quality they advanced us too. What started as a Test coordinate for us has today turned into a high octane T-20 Journey and we are not the only one in it. We feel pleased today to have served more than 2500 or more groups/clubs over the globe.

TYKA was established on the accompanying center qualities: Innovation, Inspiration, Reliability and Integrity.

Their main goal is to persistently push past all breaking points known in the improvement and plan of execution clothing to influence our competitors to look great and perform better on and off the fields. TYKA genuinely trusts that genuine change and advancement in execution outfit never originates from known however from outside the limits of what as of now exists. Makers can’t be adherents. TYKA is a state of mind shared by each genuine competitor who considers their own best not as a benchmark but rather as an ever-new beginning stage for what’s vastly and excitingly conceivable when you set out to advance outside the breaking points of the known.

Girish Sharma: The inspiration


Blog by: Raj Kishan

We expect life to throw lemons at us, because we have planned to make lemonade, but what if your lemonade plans are hindered by life, because it throws stones at you? What would you rather do, stop? Or find a way around it!

“Jump! And you will find out how to unfold your wings as you fly.” Courage is what we need! Here is someone who would encourage you to jump and try to extend your wings and motivate you to fly.

Girish Sharma, the great badminton player is an inspiration to millions of people in India and around the world; 2 gold medals at The National championship for the physically-challenged, representing India in Israel and winning 2 silver medals in both singles and doubles, represented India in Thailand, and to top all of this , gold medal at Paralympics Asia Cup. The feats sound impressive already, right? Wait till you hear the story.

Girish Sharma, now 32 years of age, lost his right leg in a train accident when he was at the tender age of two! While other people might sunk into depression, this champion, never stopped believing in his dreams. The champ had always wanted to serve his nation as an army man, and make India proud. Unfortunately, considering his hurdles, the disability, that dream became rather unreachable. But the victors don’t stop at that. Never! And being the winner, that he is, Girish, simply found and took another route to achieve his dream.

Born in Rajkot to an Indian Railway employee, Sharma has from a very young age loved outdoor sports and has always been athletic. His brother- a football player- accompanied him to a sports club, where he fell in love with badminton. When he turned 16, he decided that he wanted to play the sport professionally. He got under a training program and then underwent basic training of the sport after which he learned of the physically challenged national games.

The second ranked, in both singles and doubles, champion player, Girish, understandably, had to face a lot of difficulties, as a child it is especially hard, but his mental strength and spirit never wavered.
He says, “When I was a child, I used to play Cricket, Football, and Badminton with normal children of my age. My disability was nowhere near in my mind. I enjoyed those games as much as a normal person does.” Such spirit!

Success does not come easy and Girish knows that. The champ, trains 6 hours a day, he has got one strong leg that he just doesn’t play standing but he moves around the court continuously hit the shuttlecock. Among the many difficulties, financial aspects are the main hindrances, it takes him about 80k to 90k to participate in competitions and neither the government nor the sponsors support him. He has first hand witnessed how other countries treat their players and expects our government to help him too. And for sponsors he says that it isn’t really easy, Girish says “When I meet companies and ask for their sponsorship for my trip, first thing that ask me is that who watch your sports? Now, this is truly insulting one.”

The hardship has taken a toll on him, but winners never quit! Girish does not want to stop at just stop at medals he wants to improve the sports reforms, especially for the physically challenged. He wants to disabled sports quota, to this end and help the aspiring sportsmen.

Girish is an example for us lazy youngsters! Let’s wake up and jump and try to fly.

Prakash padukone: A catalyst for the rise of Indian badminton

Prakash Padukone is an Indian former badminton player who co-founded Olympic Gold Quest with Geet Sethi. The foundation aims at the promotion of sports in India. A well-known player from the state of Karnataka, he won the All England Championship in 1980 and became the first Indian to do so. His win proved to be the catalyst that eventually propelled badminton to the status of one of the most popular sports in India. He also has several other glorious titles to his name: World Cup, World Grand Prix, Danish and Swedish Opens. His passion for the game remained as intense even after his retirement and he proceeded to set up India’s first privately-managed badminton academy, the Prakash Padukone Badminton Academy. He also served as the coach of the Indian national badminton team from 1993 to 1996.

Padukone’s first official tournament was the Karnataka state junior championship in 1962. Though he lost in the very first round, two years later he managed to win the state junior title. He changed his playing style into a more aggressive style in 1971, and won the Indian national junior title in 1972. He also won the senior title the same year. He won the National title consecutively for the next seven years. In 1978, he won his first major international title, the men’s singles gold medal at the 1978 Commonwealth Games in Edmonton, Canada. In 1979, he won the “Evening of Champions” at the Royal Albert Hall, London.

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Prakash was initiated into the game by his father Ramesh Padukone, who was the Secretary of the “Mysore Badminton Association” for many years.

After his retirement from competitive sports in 1991, Padukone served as the chairman of the Badminton Association of India for a short while. He also served as the coach of the Indian national badminton team from 1993 to 1996.


Awards & Achievements

  • He was awarded the Arjuna award for his sporting achievements in 1972.
  • In 1982 he was honored with Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian award in India, for his contributions to sports.

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BFY also provides Placements Services in India.

PV Sindhu enters Korea Open final, faces Okuhara

Blog by: Suryakant Tripathi

Three weeks after the heart-breaking loss in the World Championships final, PV Sindhu will get a chance to avenge that defeat as she squares up against world champion Nozomi Okuhara in the summit clash of the Korea Open Super Series in Seoul.

The two 22-year-olds, who were involved in the second longest match of women’s singles at the Worlds final, are expected to entertain the crowd once again at another major final. The young shuttlers, who are tipped to dominate world badminton in the next couple of years, have registered contrasting victories in the semi-finals on Saturday.

While fifth seed Sindhu needed three games to get past sixth seed He Bingjiao of China in one hour and six minutes 21-10, 17-21, 21-16, Okuhara had an easy outing against her teammate Akane Yamaguchi in just 38 minutes 21-17, 21-18.

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Badminton World Championships: Saina Nehwal outclasses Kirsty Gilmour to reach semi-finals

Blog by: Suryakant Tripathi

Saina Nehwal dished out a gritty performance to stave off the challenge from local favorite Kristy Gilmour and assure herself of a bronze by entering the semifinals of the World Championship in Glasgow on Friday.

The 27-year-old Indian, who won a silver medal at the last edition at Jakarta, dug deep into her reservoir to eke out a 21-19 18-21 21-15 win over the World No. 31 Gilmour in a match that lasted an hour and 14 minutes. Saina thus joined compatriot and two-time bronze medallist P V Sindhu into the semifinals. The London Olympics bronze medallist will next play seventh seed Nozomi Okuhara of Japan, who knocked out two-time defending champion Spain’s Carolina Marin 21-18 14-21 21-15 in another match.

Saina had come into the match with a 4-0 head-to-head record against the 23-year-old Scotland girl but she didn’t play her in the last three years. In this time, Gilmour had won two silver medals at the European Championship and it was evident from her fighting spirit.

Saina had opened up a 6-2 lead but Gilmour managed to claw back. It was a jump smash that helped her to draw parity at 8-8 and she soon moved into the break with an 11-8 lead after setting it up beautifully with her angled strokes. Saina seemed to lack the length in her returns which could put her rival out of position and she looked frustrated as Gilmour was dictating the turns with her repertoire of strokes. At 8-14, the Indian won a couple of points when Gilmour hit wide and at the net. A precise down-the-line smash and then with Gilmour slipping during a rally meant Saina had reduced the margin to 12-14. Gilmour mixed delayed strokes with deceptive angles and varying pace to set up her points. It worked as she led 17-13.

Saina managed to claw back at 16-17 when Gilmour produced an onrushing return to break the momentum. The Scot made some errors, hitting the shuttle out to allow Saina level par at 18-18. A good serve gave Saina another point as she moved to game point when her rival made an error in judgment at backline and the experienced Indian sealed it when the Scot found the net.

In the second game, Gilmour struggled with the length as few of her lifts went long but Saina was also erratic, allowing Gilmour to led 6-4 at one stage. The Indian then caught her rival at the forecourt to draw parity at 6-6.

However, Gilmour once again had the bragging rights at the break as she took the 11-9 lead. The Scot tried to draw Saina forward and follow it up with a fast-paced return and it helped as she leads 17-11.

The Scot constructed rallies well but she made many unforced errors which helped Saina make it 16-19. Just then Gilmour produced a jump smash to move to game point but experienced Saina played the right net shot to gain another point. Gilmour found the net again but another trick play during the rally helped her to roar back into the contest when the Indian hit the net.

In the decider, Saina dominated the nets to lead 3-0. Gilmour failed to kill the rallies and faltered with her forehand turns. Saina grabbed the opportunity to set up the rallies and moved to 8-3, before grabbing the 11-5 lead at the mid-game interval. She was helped by Scot’s unforced errors. Gilmour produced another towering cross smash and then triggered one at Saina’s body to gain a couple of points. But Saina made some good judgments with the shuttler to move to 14-8. The Indian gave her everything to dominate the rallies and mixed her strokes. But Gilmour was always lurking behind with her equally lethal deceptions and strokeplay.

But the Scot looked sluggish with her movement sometimes and her unforced errors kept coming back to haunt her as the Indian eventually grabbed seven match points with a brilliant return of serve. A fighting Gilmour refused to give up and saved a couple of match points but the Indian sealed the issue when Gilmour found the net.

Srikanth in Final, Prannoy out of way…..!

Blog By- Harinadh.A.S

Jakarta:- India’s K. Srikanth reached the finals of Indonesia Super series. He defeated the world no. 1 player Korea’s Son Wan Ho to reach the Final. The prize money is of $1 million. He won the first set for 21-15. He lost the second game after a great fight for 18-21. In the crucial final set he defeated the world no. 1 player for 24 -22 with a tough game. The match was thrilling one for the spectators. Ho was given more chance in the game but the luck was with the Srikanth. He lost to Ho in their previous four matches, but he came back in the important match of the Indonesia Super Series.  The match went for about one and a quarter hour to complete. The victory was in the hands of Srikanth and he reached near to the $1 million.

Kazumasa Sakai defeated India’s H.S. Prannoy to take Srikanth in the final. He had  broken the chance for an Indian final in the Indonesian Super Series. H.S. Prannoy made many challenging victories in the whole series but his victorious run got an end in front of Sakai. He made victory in the first set for 21-17. But lost the other two sets for 26-28 and 18-21. H.S. Prannoy who defeated the Lee Chong Wei and Chen Long in the previous days had a lost his winning and he return back. H.S. Prannoy who is in the 25th ranking in the world has a tremendous run in the Series and showed his ability to gain many upcoming titles.

Srikanth will meet Japanese player Kazumasa Sakai in the final of Indonesia Super Series.

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