Kris Gethin Gyms to hike share in India’s fitness market!

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CEO & Co-Founder Physique Global and Kris Gethin Gyms, Jag Chima said his company would be happy to be part of one percent of the two-billion fitness market in India. “We would be happy to be part of one percent of two billion markets. It is a huge market. Everybody needs fitness, from children to senior citizens,” he added. He also said the company aims to make a positive dent in the market as they have trained over 6,000 trainers, with which it has been changing the face of fitness industry in India since 2011.

Kris Gethin Gyms will have an investment of between Rs 1.5 crore to Rs 5 crore at its centers. “This will vary in accordance with the real estate cost,” he said. He is a global fitness entrepreneur. He has been on a mission on bringing holistic fitness change in India and has been very successful in recent times. He is also the business partner of Kris Gethin who has transformed celebrities such as Hrithik Roshan, Ranveer Singh, Anil Kapoor, John Abraham, and the list goes on and on.  Physique Global started India operation in 2011 and is owned by Jag Chima and celebrity personal trainer Kris Gethin. The company also operates Kris Gethin Gyms across the globe.  The company started its first Kris Gethin Gyms in 2015 at  Hyderabad.

Bollywood stars like Hrithik Roshan, John Abraham, and Ranveer Singh were trained by the company. Presently, Jag Chima’s business entities include Kris Gethin gyms, London residential, Physique global, Ulysses JR, Chima builders, NRI Base, Kris Gethin, premier class and more. He is a supporter of The Unique Home for Girls which is a girl’s orphanage and is based in Jalandhar. His motto is, “Do it with passion or not at all. The company also plans to open centers in UK, USA, Canada at the beginning of next year, which will have a slightly different model, Chima said. Chima also said the company would love to work with cricketers like Virat Kohli who are fitness freaks, but due to restrictions around them in the garb of managers, it is difficult to have them working for them

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