Kolkata finance student Dipan Debnath is pumping away for Musclemania® India in 4 months. The 5'7", 68 kgs., 22 year old, lifetime natural explains, "I'm training push pull legs and working on my overall package, Symmetry rules at MM, so I need to bring my best shape. My diet is pretty good as usual eating clean all year round with 3K calories.
Mumbai classic Ritesh Kumbhar last competed at '19 Musclemania® India and says he's created a 12 kgs bigger version. The 5'11", 80 kgs., 21 year old says, "It's time to level up and show what 3 years of solid training can affect a physique. For, it was like morphing my shape into this new, bigger version. Real and raw!"
Musclemania® India Junior Champion Akhlad Pasha returns to the stage this season with an appearance at MM Asia in Singapore. Like Aish Mehan, its been 3 years since he last competed. "I've used the pandemic to improve my symmetry and ready to show everyone my new version," Akhlad says. Always a heavy, power bodybuilder lifter, we can expect to see a massive, thick, lean physique on stage in 4 months.
Musclemania® Classic Anvith Shetty clean, lean and classic physique has 4 months until he commands the stage at MM Asia in Singapore. "You know, bodybuilding is not cheap, the food, the supplements and all of demands of your time," Anvith asserts. "For a while I thought I could not afford it this season, but I think things will soon change and I will get some support to make history in Singapore!" At 5'10", 87 kgs., Anvith has develop great muscle volume with near perfect symmetry.
At 5'8", 88 kgs., Musclemania® Pro Pranav Raj says it was a slow start, but his 2022 diet is showing progress everyday. "I'm keeping protein and carbs high, but slowing dropping fats and increasing cardio," Pranav explains. "So, mass and weight is holding as I'm getting leaner."
With 4 months out from his Musclemania® Pro debut, MM India Champion Divesh Aish Mehan says, "Sometimes we make the process more complicated than we need to. We will never make a journey of a thousand miles by fretting about how long it will take or how hard it will be. We make the journey by taking each day step by step and then repeating it again and again until we reach our destination."
Musclemania® Junior Champion Akhlad Pasha has morph over the past 3 years focusing on strength and muscle maturity. "I always lift heavy and power movements, few reps and strict form," he explains. "I'm a bodybuilder, yes. But my methods are are all about strength." Even as a power bodybuilder, Akhlad has reshaped his physique since the last MM India and he will bring his new body brand to MM Asia in Singapore this season.
At 5'7", 80 kgs., Musclemania® Pro Vipin Rathore says he's taking athletic aesthetics to a new level this season. A veteran MM athlete for nearly 10 years, he's says, "I've always trained for shape and symmetry and never a concern for size."
Its been 3 years since Akhlad Pasha took the stage at Musclemania® India. Now, the 5'10", 90 kgs., 23 year old says he's bumping his game and training for MM Asia in Singapore this season. "I’m really working hard from the last few years to get a next level physique and represent my country in Singapore. I’m building more quality muscle mass this year."
"Six months of hardcore focus and alignment can put you many years ahead in life," says Musclemania® India Model Champion Atul Vyas. "Never underestimate the power of consistency and desire. Do not doubt your ability. Eat clean, train harder, be consistent." Atul will be following his own advise as he prepares for MM America in Hollywood.