In Today’s bodybuilding world, we are seeing lots of athletes and coaches which are stamping their name in this sport with work and dedication. Their passion and achievements influence much new come in this bodybuilding. We have seen many natural greats like Dara Singh and all, but we haven’t seen a bodybuilder as we see in the western world. We are talking about bodybuilders and real influencers who have influenced millions of people worldwide with their lifestyle and hard work.
We too now producing legends like Arnold in India, we came across one of the hulks of Rajasthan Rohit Rupani who is known as Indian Hulk and Hercules. He is stunningly handsome mane and most potent in terms of Bodybuilder.
Rohit Rupani has not only made Rajasthan proud, but he has made India satisfied with his achievements. He is the winner of IFBB Mr. India Men’s Physique 2017. Rohit is an international athlete known for his strong physique and super muscular body.
The Jaipur born star Rohit Rupani is arguably the best Bodybuilder India have in the world of fitness. This guy is an icon revolutionized bodybuilding in various ways. His fitness results have force young ones to join the gym and make themselves fit and stronger. He has made this sport popular with his achievements. His success in thrusting the bodybuilding sport to a new level in India is not a coincidence. He is now helping many young ones to gain fitness like him and the shape of the body.
He is the brand ambassador of many top brands. According to Rohit Rupani, he wants to create more people like him in India. It is the right time to take this bodybuilding to a new level in India. Not only good physique but a real good body with super muscles will catch the eyes of international companies in India. He wants to take our athletes to a global level where brands come and select our Indians as their face. He also wants to see our bodybuilders compete with worldwide bodybuilders and models.
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