CBS Athletes

CBS Athletes

Vikram Sudarshan

He started his fitness journey at 17yrs of age. The overweight kid in him just relentlessly went to train to lose weight and look good. He ended up losing around 70kgs of bodyweight the first year of training by starving, and training 2-3 times a day. But, led to eating disorders.

This bitter initial journey led Vikram into the search for more knowledge and understanding of physique transformation. Which made him pursue several mentoring programs under Dr.‘s and Fitness professionals around the world. Vikram worked with a handful of top tier bodybuilding coaches over the years and now he is a very successful coach to many young athletes.

Vikram is the first CBS Athlete because he wraps up everything CBS stands for and is a really knowledgeable coach who cares for his athletes and their health.

You can get in touch with Vikram on his Instagram page (@vikram__sudarshan).
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Sumer Rawat

Meet a 22-year-old Indian powerlifter with his sights set on the 2024 national championship. While he excels in the squat, bench, and deadlift, his approach to training is anything but conventional.

His mission transcends dominating specific lifts; he’s on a quest to become an all-around powerhouse. His dedication to natural strength development challenges stereotypes in Indian powerlifting.

His journey is a testament to unwavering self-belief, transforming from a basic gym-goer into a professional athlete. This powerlifter embodies the spirit of versatility, proving that strength goes beyond numbers on a barbell.

Stay tuned for updates on his remarkable journey to the 2024 national championship – a journey that inspires and challenges the norm in Indian powerlifting.

You can reach out to Sumer at his Instagram handle (dalbhatpower24hour)

Priyanshi Chawrasiya

Priyanshi’s journey began at 18 during the COVID lockdown with YouTube 7 day-ab challenges and extreme diets, just like many beginners. Soon she realised that these methods weren’t making her any stronger, only weaker. She finally turned to her dad’s dumbbells and started learning about proper nutrition. She discovered that being healthy wasn’t just about eating less but about eating the right things.

Now, at 22, she is a junior powerlifter, and pushes her limits in the gym, building her physical as well as mental strength. She aims to give her best to the sport and make a mark in the upcoming competitions.

She also wants to help others understand that healthy eating doesn’t have to be dull or restrictive. Through her recipes, she proves that nutritious food can be both tasty and satisfying.

Priyanshi aims to make a difference, one lift and one meal at a time.