Our goal is to transform the lives of people through our physical fitness and psychological wellbeing coaching: Hasti Transformation Fitness Center
It is a fitness hub that not only helps people to get physically fit, but also provides them with a space to become mentally strong through psychological counselling sessions. The owner is a tall athlete, a fitness model champion, special rehabilitation therapist, and motivational speaker who is working as a personal trainer, and sports nutrition specialist and dietician for over a decade.
New Delhi , February 23 : Hasti Transformation Fitness Center has been transforming the lives of thousands of people ever since its inception under the guidance and ownership of Hasti Singh.
He has represented India in various National and International Body Building and Wrestling Championships and became Mr. India 2016. With such a headstrong champion as the owner, Hasti Transformation aims to impact more lives and bring a positive change in society.
An athlete, a rehab therapist, motivational speaker, fitness model, personal trainer, sports nutrition specialist, and dietician, Hasti Singh began in the field of fitness and sports merely at the age of 10 years. Having an immense interest in this area, he started taking wrestling coaching from an academy near his house. In the year 2006, he participated in National Games held in Maharashtra and won Gold Medal (1st position) in the tournament.
From there onwards, Hasti Singh's journey of winning awards and medals ignited. He participated in various Wrestling Championships and games such as National Games and won 16 medals.
Around the age of 18, Hasti Singh faced a major knee injury during a wrestling championship which eventually led him to knee replacement for both legs. The injury was so fatal that the doctor told him to completely leave the game if he wants to save his life.
"The doctor and my family wanted me to save my life and leave the game. As scary and difficult as it was at the time being in the wheelchair for almost 2 years, I changed the game but never left. I entered bodybuilding, participated in several National and International championships, and brought medals for my country," said Hasti Singh, commenting on this perplexing incident.
In the year 2016, he took part in the 56th Senior National Body Building Championship by Indian Bodybuilding and Fitness and became Mr India 2016. As a fitness model, Hasti Singh participated in the Amateur Olympia in Hong Kong in 2016 and backed 7th position. Following that, in 2018 he again participated in the Amateur Olympia and won a bronze medal for India.
Being a huge fitness and sports enthusiast, Hasti Singh has been working as a personal trainer and sports nutrition specialist, and dietician for more than 10 years now. Not only physical fitness and well-being, but he is also helping people with mental fitness through psychiatric counselling sessions.
A huge motivation and inspiration for all millennials, Hasti Singh, while commenting on the power of will and determination, says that "I highly believe that if a person decides to achieve something, he will do it anyhow, no matter how many hurdles may come his way. He just needs to have a clear goal and a strong will to accomplish that."
Hasti Singh is an enormous supporter of a healthy lifestyle and overall well-being. He believes that every person, despite age, gender, profession, or lifestyle, should invest some time in their physical and mental wellness. Eating healthy food and regular workout doesn't need any extraordinary setup. It can be done conveniently as per a person's lifestyle and routine. Healthy living is not an occasional thing, but a long-lasting lifestyle on its own.
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