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Fitness Entrepreneur Brandon Carter gives back with free home workouts during quarantine

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An unfriendly virus, a dystopian lockdown and a horizon of uncertainty has opened hidden vistas of our psyche and home. The proverbial four walls are now seen with more love and appreciation. And it’s within the finite spaces of homes that many will find courage and ripped torsos. With the pandemic causing a spurt in the online population, many fitness trainers have created a range of useful content to keep up their online businesses and help people keep up with their workout. One of them is fitness entrepreneur Brandon Carter who is giving back to the society with free home workouts during quarantine.

Brandon is no alien to online business. He has not only trained people to play a dictator to their body but has also trained trainers with his ‘High Ticket Trainer’ program. The online world in return has been kind to Brandon. His 3 million followers across social media emulate his dedication and benefit from his videos. In this time of debilitating stress, Brandon has decided to become a Pandemic-Philanthropist. Let’s delve deeper.

There’s a time to give… Brandon was born in South Chicago and had to overcome many odds in order to free himself from the prison of poverty. He started working-out from the age of 16 and hasn’t stopped since. He owes his achievement to his personal commitment and a league of extraordinary fans. Their love drives the shapely mentor to stay innovative with his workouts. As a payback to their adoration and encouragement Brandon is planning to release “my best selling home workout program “DIRECT HIIT” for FREE! (sic)”. This news has sent a wave of joy among his online fraternity. For Brandon himself, this is a way of saying thank you.

Wealth is not health By releasing Direct HIIT for free he aims “to make training accessible to everyone, even if they can’t afford to take a class.” This endeavor has the potential to make people sweat out their fears and pump up their hope.

Pain is gain Did the world need a pandemic to make us stop, look and reconsider life? Perhaps not. But suffering is a great motivator. As Brandon says, “you could not appreciate things being good, until you have gone through some pain.” Fortunately many of us are beginning to sort out overlooked priorities. And becoming our fittest versions is one of them. With Carter’s free home workout program, it’s now possible.

Home is where the cut is Brandon is very well aware that not everyone has a “full blown gym at home”. Therefore, he has designed routines that require little to no equipment. He hopes to help people “get as RIPPED as possible during this quarantine. (sic)”

For many people now, home is the new gym. And with every conceivable obstacle out of the way, fitness enthusiasts can get started to make their dream body a reality with Brandon, their friendly neighborhood trainer.

Karishhma Mago is a former investment banker turned digital marketer. She has been in the digital marketing industry for over 6 years and has worked with clients across different sectors including Volkswagen Finance, Natera, Reliance, Standard Chartered amongst others. She has also done special content projects for Facebook. Karishhma is also a Wikipedia editor and has created over 300 pages for her clients. After founding Facilius Inc in 2014, she has helped grow the company from a two-person team to a dynamic team of 30 people.

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