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Interview With Bindiya

by Repfuel Sports 28 Apr 2023

1. Why Did You Choose Bodybuilding As A Profession ?

I got into bodybuilding because I wanted to break stereotypes. There was a preconceived notion that bodybuilding was only for men. It was a male-dominated field, but I don't believe it is true anymore. Also, I believe bodybuilding makes you strong, empowers you, and strips you of your vulnerabilities. I'll let you in on a little secret: if you're a woman, lifting weights will give you the greatest of highs.

2. Don’t You Feel Demotivated At Times? How Do You Keep Yourself Motivated?

Motivation is an emotion and an act of inspiration that we need every day because not all days are the same. I listen to positive affirmations every day. There is nothing I can't do. Your thoughts can break you or make you. so you need to be very optimistic about yourself and everything else around you. I am a spiritual person. My morning starts with reciting Hanuman Chalisa. Then I do my affirmations such as "I am good," "I can do it," "I am better," and so on.

3. In Your Experience, Which Exercises Do You Think Work Best ?

Actually, I believe you have to keep trying to figure out what works best for you. I like doing compound movements. I particularly enjoy squatting, benching, and deadlifting. Each of these three is among my all-time favourites.

4. Which Supplements You'd Recommend?

Definitely, I can't do without pre workout. My workout can't start without a pre-workout. My creatine and amino acids, and how could I forget whey protein? And last but definitely not least, glutamine.

5. Your Favourite Quote Or Life Mantra?

You don't really have to be good to start, you just have to start to be good.

6. What Has Been Your Most Challenging Transformation Till Today?

Moving from the bikini to the wellness category has been the most challenging for me to do. I couldn't work on my legs for bikini because they are naturally large, I am genetically gifted, and you have to be very thin to compete in that category. And when I switched to wellness, I realized it was the opposite. To be ready for wellness, you must gain a lot of muscle mass. It's been hard to do, but I'm going to keep trying until I succeed. I have never been a quitter; I never quit. So yes, it has been the most challenging transformation for me.

7. For All Fitness Enthusiasts Out There, Which Tips Would You Give For Diet And Exercise While Travelling?

Try to eat well when you're travelling. Rice cakes are easy to find and taste good. A bowl of fruit salad is an option. Peanut butter is also good. Also, try to keep moving. Count your steps, don't take taxis or elevators, take the stairs instead, and choose healthier foods. That's it. You can join a gym, but the most important thing is to keep moving, just walk, walk and walk. That’s it.

8. Which Food Do You Love To Have A Cheat Meal Of ?

My favourite food is Muglai. Actually, I am one of those people who stick to the only one type of food. I don't indulge in burgers or pizza's. Anytime I want to binge eat or enjoy a big meal, I choose Indian cuisine, specifically dal makhani and paneer. Mirchi paratha is another item that I absolutely love.

9. What Is Your Current Training Program?

I recently made the transition from the bikini to wellness, so I am focusing on gaining. I am working on my legs and glutes because I want to grow them out more. Also, I am focusing more attention on my lower body and delts. So that's what my training program's main focuses are now.

10. What Aims Do You Have In Mind For The Next Year ?

Well, I want to get my pro card. I'm preparing to compete on the Olympia stage the following year, and by this time, I hope to have won some medals. I am working extremely hard, and I believe hard work always pays off.

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