STEADFAST SENSATION SURBHI JAISWAR WINS 3 GOLDS IN LESS THAN 2 MONTHS

STEADFAST SENSATION SURBHI JAISWAR WINS 3 GOLDS IN LESS THAN 2 MONTHS

Steadfast Athlete Surbhi Jaiswar is on her way to redefining consistency. Maintaining the momentum of her exceptional performance in 2021, the Steadfast Athlete has had a spectacular 2022 as well, clinching three gold medals in less than two months. 

In April, Surbhi grabbed the first position in the National Physique Committee's North India and Mr Tricity Physique and Bodybuilding Championship 2022, with which she became the first athlete in the history of the tournament to win back-to-back gold medals. The bikini bodybuilder put on a show of power in the Naresh Surya Classic in May, winning her second gold medal of 2022. Surbhi’s winning streak didn’t take a break here. The 26-year-old went on to participate in the Baba's Anand Arnold Classic Bodybuilding Championship, where she again won the gold. With this victory, Surbhi became the first Steadfast Bikini Athlete to score a hat-trick of gold medals in less than two months.

Surbhi’s accomplishments in 2021 included a  gold at North India’s biggest bodybuilding tournament- the National Physique Committee's North India Physique and Bodybuilding Championship, and silver at India's largest bodybuilding event- the prestigious Amateur Olympia. 2. Brought this up In April, Surbhi grabbed the first position in the National Physique Committee's North India and Mr Tricity Physique and Bodybuilding Championship 2022, with which she became the first athlete in the history of the tournament to win back-to-back gold medals. The bikini bodybuilder put on a show of power in the Naresh Surya Classic in May, winning her second gold medal of 2022. Surbhi’s winning streak didn’t take a break here. The 26-year-old went on to participate in the Baba's Anand Arnold Classic Bodybuilding Championship, where she again won gold. With this victory, Surbhi became the first Steadfast Bikini Athlete to score a hat-trick of gold medals in less than two months.

Surbhi has been consistent in her praise of the contribution Steadfast Nutrition has made in helping her achieve the impossible. The brand  has been backing her for quite some time now and has been taking care of her nutritional requirements with its world-class supplements.

The bikini athlete once again took the opportunity to thank Steadfast Nutrition for supporting her during the recently-concluded International Health, Sports, and Fitness Festival, where she finished fourth in the bikini competition. She said, “Bikini bodybuilding is really complex. A person must choose the right supplements to ensure that she achieves the desired shape. I am really grateful that I made the right choice and went with Steadfast Nutrition’s premium supplements. As I recall my recent performances, which earned me gold medals, I think of how Steadfast supplements enabled me to keep up my fitness and pull off one competition after another. In addition to world-class supplements, the organisation provides me with unrivalled support. Steadfast is now like a family to me. I will always be proud to be a Steadfast Athlete.”

To score a hat-trick of gold medals in a sport like bikini bodybuilding- where athletes are judged on countless parameters like leanness, athletic physique, beauty et- is a remarkable feat. Surbhi is one of Steadfast Nutrition’s best bikini athletes. Apart from the hard work that she puts in while preparing for a competition, the mindset with which she walks into an event is also highly admirable.

Founder of Steadfast Nutrition, Aman Puri, lauded Surbhi Jaiswar’s incredible form and identified the athlete as the pride of the organisation.

Commenting on the massive feat achieved by Surbhi, he said, "Surbhi Jaiswar is the pride of Steadfast. She is somebody who perfectly defines Steadfast. I remember saying that Surbhi has claimed 2021 to be her year. With the kind of performances she has produced in the first half of this year, I am sure I will get the pleasure of repeating something similar again for the athlete at the end of the year."

 

 

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