Workshop for Self Myofascial Release

Blog by : Anushka Jain

BFY Workshop for Self Myofascial Release (Foam Rolling)

Myofascial Release is an alternate medicine therapy that claims to treat skeletal
muscle in immobility and pain by relaxing contracted muscles, improving blood
and lymphatic circulation, and stimulating the stretch reflex in muscles.
To learn the therapy, register yourself in the BFY workshop.
All your queries have been answered below:

What will I learn from the workshop?
 Meaning of Fascia
 Meaning of Self Myofascial Release
 Meaning of flexibility
 Stretching and its types
 Foam rolling and its types
 Effects and benefits of foam rolling
 40 different stretching techniques for different muscles and soft tissues
 20 different foam rolling techniques for different muscles and soft tissues
 Who should foam roll?
 When should foam roll?

How will I benefit from the workshop?
 Improved muscle range of motion
 Increased blood flow
 Reduces muscle soreness
 Specialized knowledge in Myofascial release
 Lifetime valid certificate on attending the full workshop

Fitness Kick Boxing

Blog by : Anushka Jain

BFY Workshop for Fitness Kick Boxing:

Want to learn the trending kick boxing? It does not only teach you how to
correctly kick and punch but also keeps you fit. Feel the adrenal rush in your
body by joining the two day BFY workshop for fitness kick boxing.
Have some questions? Continue reading to clear them:

What is the course type?
It is a skill and application based course. Theory will be minimal.

What will you learn from it?
 To correctly throw kicks, punches etc. such as jab hook, kicks, bob +
weave etc.
 To have practice for perfect execution of these techniques.
 To keep the training effective enough for improvement of stamina &
 To apply kickboxing moves into workout sessions.
 To create secure moves to prevent injuries.
 To teach motivational techniques to the clients and enhance their

What will the two-day course include?
 A manual to guide you
 Twelve hours of learning & practising on both the days
 A post-learning evaluation
 On request: extra practice & expert recommended kick-boxing kit

What are the benefits?
 Learning fitness technique
 Improved stamina & flexibility
 Lifetime valid certificate on attending the full workshop

Register yourself for two days full of experience.

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!

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.

” She is the fierce, tough, and fighting against patriarchy! ” Mamota Devi

Mamota is one of India’s first international bodybuilding champions. She has several national and international titles to her credit. She made the country proud in 2012 with a bronze medal at the World Body Building Championship at Bangkok. She also won a bronze medal at the Asian World Championship at Vietnam in 2013.
People think she always had this frame but the truth is she worked very hard to for this body.Earlier she used to work as a model but she wanted more from life.
Her decision to be a bodybuilder was not an easy one.She was inspired by her husband who is also a bodybuilder but her decision was not happily accepted by her parents who thought why their daughter wanted to become so manly.But her determination and will was so strong that eventually, everyone had to kneel.
The struggle to build her body just began.She knew that it was not easy and would require a lot of hard work and a good diet.She
needed supplements but the resources were not enough to fulfil this passion.But eventually, she got help from her sister-in-law and did a lot of hard work.She started toning her muscles, worked on her flexibility and other technical aspects of bodybuilding.
Every medal she earned paved path for her motivation every single day. She aspires to participate and win the Miss Olympia title, which is one of the highest accolades in the field of female bodybuilding.
It is not easy being a mother to 3 children and an international bodybuilder.But as it is said-“Where there is a will there is a way!”
The undying support from her husband and her sheer determination for bodybuilding has made her today what she is today.
The constant stares and the criticism do not deter this iron lady.She is an inspiration for everyone who is oppressed by patriarchy and wants to shine.
If you also want to unleash your inner strength and see what power lies in your body.You can check out this link
The trainers and the courses available will help you to make the most of your inner strength and help unleash the fitter, healthier and the best you!
Mamota Devi is shows that there is nothing you cant achieve with hardwork,passion and love of family.


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Blog by-Plaban Pratim Saikia

Samir Kapoor’s love for adventure sports, exercise and fitness-related activities came to a grinding halt once he started his professional life. His corporate job got to him and his visits to the gym came to a standstill. It was almost eight years before Kapoor decided to hit the gym again. He was surprised that in all this time, there was little that had changed in the way gyms operated. What amazed him was that gyms around him hadn’t changed a bit. Soon the old craze for fitness began to take hold on him again and, this time, he did not let his job come in the way.

Launched in July 2015, MultiFit Wellness Private Limited is India’s Fastest Growing Functional Fitness Studio brand. Driven by its highly qualified and experienced trainers, MultiFit delivers a unique brand of functional fitness aimed at creating the perfect balance between Mind-Body-Soul, through its proprietary ‘iFit’ model of functional fitness. It aims to make fitness a lifestyle choice, by making the workout both enjoyable and effective, for every individual they engage.

A perfect antidote to boring gyms, Multifit is focused on cross Functional Training, a methodology which involves training the body for cardio and fitness using activities performed in daily life. People who have tried it have found it addictive, as they are able to see results without hating their workouts. The core idea is to cut out the entire monotony from the session to make it as enticing as your favourite sport.


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Based on the belief that fitness should extend beyond dumbbells and machines, Multi-Fit does not rely on traditional equipment and fitness routines. Instead, it offers Yoga, boxing, mixed martial arts, triathlon training, and a host of other workout options. The functional training looks at ‘movements’ more than ‘exercise’. The regimes at MultiFit involve intense functional interval training. MultiFit also focuses on calisthenics—the practice of using one’s own body weight for exercise.

Their specialty, tailored classes to individual requirements, targets all the aspects of your fitness needs. On the other hand,  group sessions not only keep you motivated and help you achieve your goals but also make fitness fun. They offer a complete holistic approach to fitness, that targets all the different aspects of fitness like strength, stamina, endurance, flexibility, agility, speed and power, and is undoubtedly, the best way to experience fitness.


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The startup seeks to challenge the conventional gym imagery by abandoning traditional equipment and focuses on the use of simple tools like ropes and tires to help improve one’s well-being and performance in everyday activities. Work out sessions are also conducted outdoors. MultiFit’s open air, ‘Palaeolithic’ workouts, involve things like chopping wood with an axe, drawing water from a well, etc. Boot camps are organized in the countryside, entailing 48 hours of rigorous exercise—cycling, swimming, trekking.

With the incredible support and response from our patrons, Multifit now has 12 operational studios across Pune, Jaipur, Mumbai, and Gurgaon. In March 2017, three more Multifit studios are slated for launch across Kothrud, Senapati Bapat Road, and Satara Road and five more signed Multifit studios are slated for launch through April – May 2017 across Mumbai, Jaipur, and Pune, taking the total count to 16 functional fitness studios across 4 cities. By end 2017, Multifit is targeting 30 functional fitness studios across India, including one in Manchester, UK.

MultiFit ‘iFit’, is a model based on extensive practical training experience of its core team. It is designed to integrate science and fitness training in a manner that helps bring you closer to attaining the perfect Mind-Body-Soul balance making your workout more enjoyable and effective. Thus, while on the one end iFit is based on the immensely popular HIIT Training which gets & keeps your heart rate up & burns more fat in less time, it also includes Yoga, Endurance and other forms of fitness training to holistically cater to your mind and body’s varied fitness need.

Know more about us at 

BFY provides training for Personal Trainers and courses in Sports nutrition and Diet in cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore, Pune, Dehradun, Jaipur, Lucknow, Gurgaon.

BFY also provides Placements Services in India.



Blog by : Udarcis Dutta


Sports have always been a distant ambition for budding children while growing up due to the lack of proper awareness and promotional campaigns in India. Except for Cricket, all other sports and even bodybuilding events are treated with a distant touch and the young Indian generation are forced into the clandestine routine of education and job hunting. One such neglected sport is swimming. Sandeep Sejwal gave India’s floundering swimming campaign a new impetus towards popularity and fame through his remarkable achievements.

Born in 1989 in Devanagari, Delhi, Sandeep had completed his graduation from St. Stephen’s College. Growing up, his mother was his biggest motivation in his journey as a swimmer. There was no swimming pool nearby when Sandeep started training. So for twelve years, everyday at 4.30am, Sandeep’s mother would wake him up and take him to the Dhyan Chand National Stadium. They had to change buses twice and after two whole hours, they used to reach their destination. The treacherous journey was repeated again in the evening at 3pm everyday. Losing his father at the age of 3, Sandeep along with his mother and sister had to endure tremendous sufferings everyday. Sandeep got a job in Western Railway which barely covered their daily expenses.

Despite the hardships, he never gave up swimming and neither did his mother stop encouraging him. Soon the medals started to pour in. His mother’s hardships and prayers were rewarded when he won a rare bronze medal in the 50m breaststroke event of the 17th Asian Games in 2014. His medal saved face of the Indian swimming team which had been struggling even to get to the finals of many events.


He is the Senior National Champion and Indian National Record holder in the 50 m, 100 m and 200 m Breaststroke events. He qualified in the swimming events for 2012 London Olympics after clocking 1:02.92s in the 100m breaststroke event at the 14th FINA World Championships in Shanghai. He won silver medals at the Asian Indoor Games, 2007 in the 50 m and 100 m Breaststroke events. He was also the first Indian breaststroker to qualify for the Olympics when he swam 100m and 200m at the Beijing Olympic Games. He also bagged 3 gold medals and broke 3 records at the 59th Edition of Malaysian Open in 2016.


He was awarded the prestigious Arjuna Award under the National Sports Category for swimming in 2012.

In India, most sports don’t get any funding due to lack of proper promotions and campaigns. Swimming is also one such sport that doesn’t attract sponsors but the GoSports Foundation has been helping Sandeep for quite some time. Be it monetary support or mentorship under Rahul Dravid, they have ensured the 2014 Asian Games bronze medalist gets everything needed to focus on swimming.

Sandeep is optimistic about the future of swimming in India though.

“Swimming has a lot of growing up to do in terms of media attraction and sponsorship.” –  he added.

“If a little help is provided to the swimmers by the corporate houses, I think the sport is going to change a lot quicker than ever.”, concluded Sandeep.

Times are surely changing in India and so is the emerging sports domain with new budding sports enthusiasts joining in everyday.

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BFY provides training for Personal Trainers and courses in Sports nutrition and Diet in cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore, Pune, Dehradun, Jaipur, Lucknow, Gurgaon.

BFY also provides Placements Services in India.


Blog by : Udarcis Duta


Nothing is impossible with hard work and dedication. Saying that, the best possible example that comes to mind is that of Sangram Singh, alias Sanjeet Kumar Dangi. He is a well known celebrity today, not only in India but all over the world. He is a professional wrestler, a reality TV and Bollywood star, a motivational speaker and the brand ambassador of many social awareness campaigns. Hearing the name Sangram Singh, the first thing that comes to mind is that of a muscular, tall and strong, confident man. But who would have known that he was a premature child diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis that had him confined to a wheelchair for 8 years during his childhood.

Born in a village in Rohtak, Haryana, his father was a retired army soldier while his mother was a simple homemaker. Diagnosed with arthritis at the age of 3, people laughed at his ambition of becoming a professional wrestler. But wheelchair bound Sangram was not ready to give up. Coming from a humble family, he underwent continuous therapy sessions at home with sheer grit and determination. His paralysis had never undaunted him into changing his ambition.

Sangram recalls, “I started very small; moving my feet, standing up, undergoing severe therapy sessions at home and finally entering the arena to fight. I have had a tough life, but I am proud that I fought my battle.”

Emerging triumphant from his battle against paralysis, Sangram joined the Delhi police and that is when his wrestling career started in 1999. He was awarded the title World’s Best Professional Wrestler by World Wrestling Professionals, after a match in South Africa in 2012 for his style, stamina and nature of wrestling. It was during this fight that he nearly died – his opponent was on him for 10 minutes and he nearly suffocated. He was named Brand Ambassador for the Wrestling Federation of India for 2014. Sangram went on to win the Commonwealth Heavyweight Championship in July, 2015, after defeating Joe E. legend in the Last Man Standing fight in Port Elizabeth. Sangram was felicitated for his Commonwealth victory by the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi himself in Delhi.

Sangram kept the Commonwealth belt in India in 2016 as well by defeating South African wrestler Ananzi and winning the title for the second time in March, 2016.

Winning the hearts of all Indians and making them proud, Sangram then shifted to his second goal in life – serving and giving back to the society. Sangram has been involved in social service and conducts various motivational talks for corporate companies. He motivates youngsters at schools and colleges by sharing his life journey, thus being a real life motivational coach. He is closely working with Maneka Gandhi for Sanjay Gandhi Animal Care Centre and People For Animals (PFA) as their Brand Ambassador.

Inspired by his success story, the Indian Army chose him as a motivational speaker for the jawans.


Sangram Singh Foundation organized the 1st Wrestling Awards to felicitate and honor the forgotten heroes from wrestling who had won individual medals for India over the years on 16 September 2017 in New Delhi. We consider this a great initiative by the foundation headed by Sangram Singh who feels that it’s his time to give back to the games that gave him so much.

Sangram shared his fitness mantra with Actress Raveena Tandon on her television chat show Simply Baatein. Sangram also featured in Hrithik Roshan and Discovery India television show – HRX Heroes, depicting stories of real life heroes. He is also preparing himself for the role of Dara Singh in a Punjabi biopic.

The efforts made by Sangram Singh to promote wrestling as well as bring fame to India in the championship games are invaluable and of immense value and source of encouragement for the coming generations.

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BFY provides training for Personal Trainers and courses in Sports nutrition and Diet in cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore, Pune, Dehradun, Jaipur, Lucknow, Gurgaon.

BFY also provides Placements Services in India.

“Take a leap of faith as the finest steel goes through the hottest fire”

Blog by: Rohan Joshi

Success is ideally measured by the number of lives you change. Prema Rajaram, a famous runner and a tennis player from Kolkata, has changed many lives. She has transformed people’s bodies by helping them achieve their maximum potential. She is an inspiration to many runners and has made sure that people fall in love with fitness training and holistic wellness. In an email interview, she replies to our questions in great details.

1. Briefly describe yourself and your current profession.

I have been a journalist for around 11 years and currently I am a senior correspondent for CNN News18 which involves a lot of physical work at odd hours. It also involves a lot of stress and mental fatigue with news gathering information and keeping abreast with news in West Bengal.

2. What was your first step towards fitness? Were you maintaining an active lifestyle prior to that step?

I played tennis in school and then in college. I started walking and jogging at the lakes in Southern Avenue in 2008 and would do yoga as well. I injured my back and was asked by the doctor not to jog for a year but still keep my weight in check. That was a turning point. I joined the gym in 2009. After 7 years of gymming and 2 years of yoga, which I rejoined later, I got addicted to running 10 km almost every Sunday. There was no looking back after that. I wasn’t maintaining a very static lifestyle, though yes, I didn’t look and feel as good as when I had started exercising.

3. What was your first run/workout? What was your duration on the first day?

My first run was in August 2015 and I ran 10km. Before that for a brief while I ran in March at the Lakes for about 3-5km, but didn’t have any record of it.

4. Please share the experience of your first run/workout. How did it feel post run/workout?

Gymming on the first day ended with aches and pains but since the doctor had told me to keep my weight down due to my back issue, I was determined to exercise. My first run of 10km was a great feeling though it ended with sore muscles and taking a Calpol (Paracetamol tablet) in the evening.

5. How do you maintain your fitness levels despite being a journalist?

I wake up early and go for a run and try fitting in other forms of strength training exercises, cycling and yoga. I try to sleep early to get adequate sleep. The days I have to leave for work early, I go for a short run. When I am travelling for work, I carry my running attire and make sure I run there. If I travel to smaller towns for work, I avoid running but do strength training exercises like squats, lunges, sit ups and skipping in the room.

6. Please tell us more about your daily fitness regimen and diet.

I wake up around 5-5:30am for a run and post that I do strength training or yoga as well. Some times  I skip running and take a break, and just focus on yoga, cycling or strength training. Diet is mostly about eating every two and a half hours with my last meal by 8pm. The most important thing is to hydrate well.

7. What have been your achievements since you started running?

1. Calcutta Swimming Club marathon, 2016- First in 10km guest category.
2. TCS 10km run in 2016- Stood 3rd.
3. Sohra Cherrapunji Full marathon- Stood 3rd. This was my first full marathon.
I have also helped new runners and my aim is to build the running community in Kolkata and to make it stronger and get more people fitter.

8. Future plans and what lies ahead for you?

Keep running, focus on strength training in 2018 and improving on pace, even if it means running shorter distances. Eventually want to take on bigger challenges like a Ladakh marathon and an ultra marathon. When I am better at running, I will attempt triathlons too.

9. What’s your inspiration and motivation both in fitness industry and otherwise? Which sports icons do you idolize?
My inspiration is normal people like myself who have respected their mind and bodies and come this far.
My sports icons are Sania Mirza and Sachin Tendulkar for their focus and determination.

10. Anything you’d like to say to novice runners and fitness enthusiasts?

Keep running but go slow on the number of miles you increase. Running is bound to give you injuries if you are not systematic as we have not been athletes for years and our bodies are not used to running such miles. So respect your body and gradually increase the miles.

11. Final quote.

It’s always hard to get out of your comfort zone. But it is harder to accept the regret that you decided to stay within your comfort zone. So live the most of the one life you have got and take a leap of faith as the finest steel goes through the hottest fire.

Know more about us at 

BFY provides training for Personal Trainers and courses in Sports nutrition and Diet in cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore, Pune, Dehradun, Jaipur, Lucknow, Gurgaon.

BFY also provides Placements Services in India.