India’s First-Ever Biohacking Forum Organised

Physique Global in association with Hammer strength presented India’s first ever Biohacking Forum 1.0 with international experts Jag Chima, Kris Gethin and Ben Greenfield at Roseate House, Aerocity, in New Delhi on February 25.

Jag Chima, CEO of Physique Global said “We want to make science backed education available to everybody, but also make it relative”.

Kris Gethin, who is the man behind the unbelievable transformations of Hrithik Roshan, Mahesh Babu, John Abraham and other Bollywood actors, was one of the two main speakers at the Biohacking Forum.

When asked about the current scenario on fitness and Biohacking space in India compared to the West, Kris stated “We are making great strides in the initial stages of biohacking in India by using our international network and existing platforms as leaders in the health and fitness industry”.

“Through our Kris Gethin Gyms Franchise, Bollywood celebrity transformations, Physique Global athletes, biohacking retreats and a biohacking podcast, we have been positively influencing India to biohack their health and their biology to increase their life and health-span. It’s still in its primary stages worldwide but only infant stages in India,” he said.

When asked about Biohacking Ben Greenfield said, “among the books in my library, nearly a dozen are on Ayurvedic practices and medicine, which I have delved into daily routine”.

“These are simple strategies, with many of them included in my book –things like waking up in the morning and doing tongue scraping and oil pulling, focusing on herbs, spices and digestives before and after a meal, detoxification strategies like dry skin brushing, yoga flow poses and breathing exercises”, he further said.

He also added that “There’s a great deal of wisdom in Ayurvedic medicine that we can use to enhance our lives and is especially important when you consider ancestry and genetics”.

“In India, the way that people have eaten, moved, lived for years is still deeply rooted in their DNA. If someone was to come to me seeking for physicians to work with, I would instantly recommend someone well-versed in Ayurvedic medicine,” he added.

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