Chirag Sethi

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Born (1986-04-09) 9 April 1986 (age 35)
Delhi, India
OccupationManaging Director
Years active2009-present
Known forFitness in Nutrition Consultancy

Dr. Chirag Sethi (9 April 1986) is best known for providing fitness courses and Classic Fitness Academy. He started teaching in a college canteen with a couple of students and teaches them about exercise science.[1] In 2009 he started Classic Fitness Academy along with Lagan Rai Mcperiera which has become India’s fastest growing fitness academy over a short time period.[2] Academy is now an official partner with ACE education as well as accredited with EREPS.

Early life

Chirag Sethi was born in Delhi to Rajender Sethi and Anu Sethi. Sethi finished his schooling from DAV Pitampura in 2004. He attended Amity University where he graduated in Physiotherapy in 2007. He earned his master's from BD Sharma University of health and sciences in Applied Nutrition and Dietetics in 2009.


Chirag Sethi is nutritionist, exercise coach, business consultant for fitness and nutrition, and motivational speaker.


He is the director of Classic Fitness Academy, New Delhi which is one of the leading fitness academies offering different courses related to personal training and nutrition.

Nutrition coach

He was a nutrition coach to paralympic athlete Ms. Deepa Malik from year to year.[3]

Education Summit

He is the first Indian to bring Fitness Education as Asia Edufit Summit. In August 2019, summit was attended by over 300+ fitness enthusiasts, taught by national and international fitness speakers.

Vice President

He is also Vice President of Delhi Gym Association. [4] [5]

Personal life

Chirag Sethi is married to Ritika Sethi, and they have one son.


  • Stalwart fitness education
  • Visionary in fitness education.


  1. Scott, Nick; Mendys, Jordan; CNN. "India is getting fatter by the day". Retrieved 2021-03-15.
  2. "CLASSIC FITNESS ACADEMY - THE BEST OF ITS KIND". Sportz Business. 2021-02-17. Retrieved 2021-03-20.
  3. "Shot of self belief". The Hindu. 2016-09-28. ISSN 0971-751X. Retrieved 2021-03-24.
  4. Aug 22, TNN / Updated:; 2020; Ist, 11:55. "Delhi: Gym owners to protest at LG House | Delhi News - Times of India". The Times of India. Retrieved 2021-03-24.CS1 maint: extra punctuation (link)
  5. "Protesters demand reopening of gyms in Delhi; 6 detained". Hindustan Times. 2020-08-22. Retrieved 2021-03-23.

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