SAMRAT SEN, COREFIT
Samrat Sen, 32, a former PR professional, was always passionate about fitness.“I was into kickboxing and martial arts and using the kettlebell as well. However, I started taking it more seriously as a sport when I began to benefit from kettlebell training,” said Sen. Kettlebell lifting as a sport is a test of “endurance since it relies on an equal mix of strength, endurance, flexibility and cardiovascular stamina. Also called endurance lifting, the sport requires lifters to complete as many repetitions as possible within 10 minutes. Sen has represented the country in this sport in Thailand and Malaysia.
But Sen is not just a kettleball athlete. He is also a Master Kettlebell Coach as well as a certified animal flow coach and a functional trainer. If he were to have a fitness mantra it would be “lengthen your front and strengthen your back.” His outfit is called Corefit, which as the name suggests, is about focusing on the core.
Sen believes in a completely personalised approach where he designs different programmes for people of different fitness levels and different targets. His biggest success? “One of my students, a 53 kg mother of one, who couldn’t lift 12 kg kettlebells, recently represented India and lifted two 16 kg kettlebells in tandem,” says Sen.
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Samrat Sen, owner, Corefit