Shrutika Sinha

FabFit Studio | Fitness

Mantra I live by :

Consistency is the key!

Product/Services Offered


Tell us about your business journey

Got into the business in January 2020, before it could pick up well, the pandemic struck followed by lockdown so presently the response is average as the classes are online. Nevertheless, I am happy with the progress.


What motivated you to become a Skillpreneur?

Gym has always been my happy place, and there's nothing better than working on what you're passionate about!


How did you know when you had the right idea?

Fitness always interested me, just thought of giving it a shot to see how it works as a profession to me. So I quit my job into HR and first worked as a fitness trainer with gyms and the job was more like a party to me, that's when I decided that this is what I want!


What is your favorite aspect of being a Skillpreneur?

Keeping people motivated towards a healthy lifestyle is what I love the most! I even used to do it when this wasn't my profession, and every time I succeeded which gave me immense pleasure ❤️


Share any interesting experience after becoming a Skillpreneur.

I love to click myself while working out! I happened to click a post workout picture and saw my students follow the footsteps attempting to look the same as I did with every single pose! What better it could be than to inspire the NextGen towards a better lifestyle! It's priceless..


What makes your business unique?

Result oriented most effective workouts with minimum to no equipments is what makes my style unique!


What Drives You to Keep Going When It's Really Tough?

People wanting to follow you is seen enough motivation to keep it going, no matter what.


What are some of the mistakes you wished you could've avoided?

Depending too much on a specific group of people who I thought would support my business could've been avoided. This would've helped me market it better outside the known circle.


How do you achieve work-life balance?

Being into an individual setup I've the liberty to choose my flexibility, all I need is the skill to convince the client


What advice would you give someone who is interested in starting their own business?

You'll never be ready, just start! Beginning of what is difficult, once you start, things start to fall in place, as you start getting an idea about how to deal with it.