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  • Who We Are

    Fitness Nation sets the standard in the Indian nutritional supplement business by demanding truth in class, ingredient safety and product effectiveness, all while remaining on the cutting-edge of nutritional science.

    We are here to help you achieve your dream body with the help of right knowledge from industry experts and our specialists.When you opt to buy one of our transformation packs, we will email you a form which needs to be filled out with your current body stats, your fitness goals (Lean Muscle Gain, Mass Gain, Shredding, Fat Loss or just staying on top of your fitness game) and a few current form photos.

    Once we have all the information we need, we then get our experts to work and email you a 12 Week Nutrition plan, workout routine and suggest a Supplements Stack to help you achieve your goals in the least possible time.

    So you don't have to wait any longer or run in different directions asking for advise.

    Whey Protiens

    Concentrates have typically a low (but still significant) level of fat and cholesterol but, in general, compared to the other forms of whey protein, have higher levels of bioactive compounds, and carbohydrates in the form of lactose — they are 29%–89% protein by weight.

    Isolates are processed to remove the fat, and lactose, but are usually lower in bioactivated compounds as well — they are 90%+ protein by weight. Like whey protein concentrates, whey protein isolates are mild to slightly milky in taste.

    Hydrolysates are whey proteins that are predigested and partiallyhydrolyzed for the purpose of easier metabolizing, but their cost is generally higher.Highly hydrolysed whey may be less allergenic than other forms of whey.

    Mass Gainers

    Some aspiring body builders are what is often termed 'hard gainers' namely they have a physical type that doesn't add muscular weight easily. For these sorts of people in order to add weight they need an edge. Many athletes in sports that require a combination of muscular bulk and cardio vascular fitness,


    Weight gain supplements are essential for retaining their muscle mass. And of course serious body builders are always looking for anything that helps add mass and a meal based approach on its own will not deliver the kilojoule intake required.


    top weight gain supplements have been specially formulated to combine first class proteins and other essential nutrients to maximize the body's ability to add weight in conjunction with a balanced diet and exercise routine.

    Pre-workout supplements

    Pre-workout supplements are a newer kind of formula that was originally created to help bodybuilders plow past muscle building plateaus and to help with low-energy slumps due to the daily grind of workout wear-n-tear. The formula’s for the most part are comprised of Creatine, L-Arginine, Beta Alainine, and Caffeine based stimulants that when combined correctly, can push the athlete past their normal rep. range and typically pro-long the workout routine with added intensity and mental focus.


    Although determining whether or not all these different PWO supplements can live up to the marketing hype associated with each product, there are some more than others that can benefit any athlete if taken properly and with proper nutrition, lots of water and strenuous exercise.

    Post workout supplements

    Post workout supplements are crucially important to aid in muscle growth, recovery, and provide the body with vital nutrients. 


    There are hundreds of Post workout supplements currently on the market that vary in their aim and purpose which can make choosing the right one a confusing and daunting task.


    Bodybuilders, athletes, and weekend warriors all follow different workout routines and supplement regimens so what supplement works for one may not be the best choice for the other. After reviewing dozens of different post workout supplements I started to realize that there were certain characteristics that make up the best.

    Branched-Chain Amino Acids

    Branched-chain amino acids are essential nutrients that the body obtains from proteins found in food, especially meat, dairy products, and legumes. They include leucine, isoleucine, and valine. “Branched-chain” refers to the chemical structure of these amino acids. People use branched-chain amino acids for medicine.

    Some people use branched-chain amino acids to prevent fatigue and improve concentration.

    Athletes use branched-chain amino acids to improve exercise performance and reduce protein and muscle breakdown during intense exercise.


    Amino acids not only build proteins but some are critical to metabolic functions and others act as precursors to neurotransmitters – the chemicals that convey messages from one nerve to another.


    Amino acids also act as cofactors to vitamins and minerals – not for absorption but to allow them to perform their duties correctly once they have been assimilated in you.

    Fat Burners


    Fat burners are blends of herbs and stimulants that slightly increase your body temperature, which can help you to burn more calories during exercise.


    Some fat burners simply burn calories as heat. Others also claim to stimulate the release of adrenaline, increase your metabolic rate or act as appetite suppressants.



    Testosterone booster supplements

    Testosterone booster supplements are natural products that may help in increasing testosterone levels. There are two main type of testosterone boosters, Tribulus and ZMA.


    Tribulus Terrestris is a vine plant that grows in moderate and tropical climates in the United States, Mexico, Eastern Europe, India and China. Tribulus Terrestris contains steroidal saponins, alkaloids, and flavanoids, and its protodioscins content is believed to be responsible for its effects on hormone, libido and body composition.


    ZMA is a scientifically designed anabolic mineral formula. It contains Zinc Monomethionine Aspartate plus Magnesium Aspartate and vitamin B-6, and is an all-natural product that has been clinically proven to significantly increase anabolic hormone levels and muscle strength in trained athletes. Hard training athletes typically deplete the body from these essential minerals.

    Studies have shown that supplementing with 30mg of Zinc and 450mg of Magnesium per day can elevate testosterone levels up to 30%!

    Body Building Supplements

    Bodybuilding supplements are dietary supplements commonly used by those involved in bodybuilding and athletics. Bodybuilding supplements may be used to replace meals, enhance weight gain, promote weight loss or improve athletic performance. Among the most widely used are vitamin supplements, protein drinks, branched-chain amino acids (BCAA), glutamine, essential fatty acids, meal replacement products, creatine, weight loss products and testosterone boosters. Supplements are sold either as single ingredient preparations or in the form of "stacks" - proprietary blends of various supplements marketed as offering synergistic advantages. While many bodybuilding supplements are also consumed by the general public their salience and frequency of use may differ when used specifically by bodybuilders.

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    What is the secret to fitness?


    Well it’s not really a secret.

    At the end of the day, there really is one single, simple thing that sets apart those who stay in shape, and those who don’t:

    The decision to do so.

    It applies to making any changes in your life – getting in shape or otherwise.

    Just make the decision to do it, stick to it, and fucking do it.

    There has not been one single instance I’ve ever encountered where this isn’t true.

    And the worst thing you can do to yourself is make excuses.


    It’s magical how as soon as you start getting in shape, your friends notice, and suddenly you have an extra hour added to each day.

    They have 24 but you have 25 so you can train!

    Well, at least that’s how it feels.

    Because you worked hard to learn as much as you can about nutrition, take it seriously and make training a vital part of your lifestyle alongside many other commitments, you are frowned upon by others.

    Because they simply must be busier than you.

    This goes hand in hand with a phrase I’ve heard so many times:

    “You’re so lucky to be in shape!”

    I guess I must be lucky to spend hours a week preparing meals.

    I guess I must be lucky to carry supplements with me wherever I go.

    And of course, luck is almost always involved in the evening, fucking tired as shit after work, when I drag my ass to the gym instead of watching TV.

    There is no secret pill, no secret diet, no ‘right time’ to do it – you just have to get the fuck on with it.

    For most people, their life will be full of excuses, and they simply will never improve their fitness or nutrition.

    They are happy with the way they look and comfortable in their body.

    If you’re truly one of those people, fine, I applaud you.

    But the truth is that 99% of the people who say they are comfortable with their body, deep down, just really aren’t.

    But are they going to get up off their ass and train?

    Absolutely not.

    But that’s another article entirely.

    This is for those who have made the decision but are afraid of ridicule.

    Basics of Body building

    The Basics

    Find news and bodybuilding essentials on these helpful blogs.

    1. Inside Bodybuilding: Learn more about the biggest bodybuilding contests, supplements worth trying and much more on this site.
    2. Fabodylous: If you’re looking for fitness and bodybuilding news as well as some ideas on how you can get into the sport yourself, give this blog a read.
    3. Stay-Fit Bug: From what to eat to how to work out, this blog has everything you’ll need to get fit and ripped.
    4. MusclesProd: This site is an excellent resource for just about any bodybuilding advice you could need, including articles on the dangers of steroids, finding inspiration and much more.
    5. Project Swole: Whether you’re a veteran or a newbie, this site is full of great advice that will inspire you to work your muscles, get fit and eat right.
    6. Drug-Free Bodybuilding: Many bodybuilding blogs advocate the use of steroids, but not this one. You’ll find loads of tips on muscle building the all-natural way.
    7. Body Building Blog: This blog is an excellent resource on bodybuilding, both for old pros and those just starting out. Check back regularly for articles, workouts and videos you can use.
    8. Physical Living: This fitness and weight lifting blog provides some excellent articles for both men and women on getting in shape and making the most of what your body can do.
    9. Hulse Strength: Learn all kinds of ways you can make your body stronger than ever through this blog.
    10. Iron Magazine: Filled with news about fitness and bodybuilding, this blog is a great resource for those training at all levels.
    11. BodyBuilding Natural: This blog will help you keep up with bodybuilding news and provide you to links on the latest natural supplements.
    12. My Muscle World: Learn more about bodybuilding, both the good and the bad of it, on this blog.

    Expert Advice

    These sites are full of advice and information from personal trainers, professional bodybuilders and medical professionals.

    1. Total Fitness Bodybuilding: Lee Hayward, a bodybuilding guru, went from skinny to chubby to ripped and offers his advice on how others can do the same.
    2. Bodybuilding Secrets Live: Here, Marc David, creator of the No Bull Bodybuilding program shares insights on how to get the muscles you want the natural way.
    3. About.com Bodybuilding: Hugo Rivera knows his stuff when it comes to bodybuilding, making this About.com blog a great resources for weight lifting at any level.
    4. The Iron Samurai: Olympic weightlifter Nick Horton shares his insights on weight training as well as staying Zen throughout it all on this blog.
    5. Ask Joe: Do you have a workout question you’d like help with? Check out this blog for guidance from Joe DeFranco on everything you’ll need to get ripped.
    6. Doctor Hartman: Michael Hartman is a sport scientist and the perfect person to look to for information that will help you build your muscles the healthy, most efficient way.
    7. Nick Mitchell’s Ultimate Performance: Visit this blog for advice on everything from losing fat to becoming a serious bodybuilder.
    8. eFitnessOnline: Dr. Courtney Jensen is a fitness expert and a bodybuilder, making the articles on this site twice as beneficial to readers.

    Weight Lifting and Strength Training

    Learn more about what you can do to build muscle and improve your strength here.

    1. Renegade Strength and Conditioning: Whether you aim to become a bodybuilding competitor or just want to bulk up, check out this blog from Jason Ferruggia for tips and advice on weight training.
    2. Freestyle Fitness: Get some free personal training advice on this blog that can help you get started in your fitness and bodybuilding journey.
    3. Become Your Own Hero: Trainer Nate Green shares advice on this blog that can help you make fitness breakthroughs key to your success in weight training.
    4. IOL Strength and Conditioning: Dave Draper will show you how to get into killer shape through strength training and conditioning on this blog.
    5. Waxman’s Gym: You don’t have to belong to this SoCal gym to take advantage of the hardcore lifting and athletic training advice they have to offer.
    6. Weight Lifting Epiphanies: Focusing on Olympic weightlifting, this blog has a lot to offer anyone who’s interested in learning more about what it takes to get in shape like a Greek god (or goddess.)
    7. Gwen Weightlifting: Even if you never make it to the Olympics, learning more about elite weightlifting can only be a boon to your success in bodybuilding.
    8. The Glute Guy: Get your butt in shape (literally) with help from Bret Contreras.
    9. Strength Training Blog: Not getting what you want from your workouts? Check out this blog for tips on how to improve the results of your strength training.

    For Women

    Many bodybuilding blogs are geared towards men, but women need not feel left out. These blogs focus on helping the ladies get in great shape as well.

    1. BuffMother: You won’t believe this bodybuilding mom has four kids when you see her ripped physique.
    2. With or without my Mojo…The time is NOW!: Find all the inspiration you need to get your body in top condition from bodybuilder and trainer Hannah-Lee.
    3. Lifting Revolution: Women can find a number of great exercise routines for building muscle and fighting fat on this site.
    4. The Mighty Mix: Women looking for inspiration should visit this blog. Kat provides great links, stories and videos for ladies hoping to break into strength training.
    5. Lisa Cross: Lisa Cross is super fit and shares her training secrets and inspirational photos here.


    If you’re not sure where to start in your bodybuilding journey, visit these sites to find some helpful routines to try.

    1. Muscle Hack: Marc McManus has the muscles to prove that his system works, so check out his blog from some amazing workout routines and tips you can try.
    2. StrongLifts: You’ll find some helpful strength and muscle building strategies as well as some other bodybuilding advice on this blog.
    3. Always a Bodybuilder: This serious bodybuilder shares what he does to keep himself in such great shape on his blog.
    4. Experimental Bodybuilding: Trainer and bodybuilder Mike Brown shares routines and workouts that will make you feel and look great.
    5. Takano Athletics: Get some new insights into performance sports training and weightlifting through this site, full of amazing workouts for you to try.
    6. Super Training Blog: On this site, you’ll find some interesting tips and articles as well as routines to help you get a six pack, work your biceps and generally get fit.


    These blogs will help to inspire you to be the best you can be.

    1. Diesel Crew: Geared towards those who are already in great shape, this blog offers up some inspiration and advice for taking things to the next level.
    2. Golden Muscles: Want to see all that your body can be if you really push it to the limit? The photos and news on this site are sure to inspire you.
    3. Ross Training: Whether you’re in need of inspiration, want some help with training or need a kick in the butt to get started, this blog has it all.
    4. What’s Your Excuse?: Do you find yourself making excuses not to work out? Nino Savona can only walk with the aid of crutches and that hasn’t stopped him.
    5. Functional Strength: Learn ways to use your bodybuilding and strength training to help you in the real world through this blog.
    6. Way of Life!: A former Mr. Asia, Terry Gallyot shares what he knows best– bodybuilding– on this blog.

    Diet and Nutrition

    Having a killer body isn’t accomplished though workouts alone– you have to eat right, too. Visit these blogs to learn more about how to create a healthy diet for weight training.

    1. Diet Blog: While there are many general nutrition posts on this blog, some are focused on bodybuilding and athletic training.
    2. The Protein Review: Learn how eating more protein can help you shed fat, build muscle and get in shape from this blog.
    3. Mark’s Daily Apple: Follow the Primal Diet for improved health and fitness.
    4. Protein Power: Dr. Michael Eades showcases the medical benefits of eating a high protein, low-carb diet on this blog.