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RNT Fitness Radio

An alternative, fitness, health podcast in Afar from Akash Vaghela & Team RNT

My name is Akash Vaghela, founder of RNT Fitness, and my big vision is to see a world transformed.

I’ve spent 10+ years changing people’s lives through the power of fitness, and on this podcast I’m going to give you tools to do the same. I’ll be having conversations with experts in mindset, fitness, health and performance, whilst also bringing on real-life stories of transformation from RNT members from all around the world. If your goal is to totally transform your mind and body to be a world-class high performer in all aspects of your life, you’re in the right place - get ready for the journey ahead!

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