Ravi Davda

Ravi Davda

Personal Trainer




Aston University



Upon graduating, Ravi worked in retail banking for a number of years, before giving up his corporate career and becoming a personal trainer. This was because, in his 20s, he fell in love with health and fitness after going through a major weight loss journey. Ravi worked in-person and online with a range of different clients and has worked with countless products in his career, including dumbbells, kettlebells, running shoes, weightlifting straps, weightlifting gloves, whey protein products, and many other products related to nutrition. Ravi now runs Rockstar Marketing, a digital marketing agency. When Ravi is not working, he is lifting weights, reading, traveling, snowboarding, or spending time with his wife and dog.

Favorite Purchase:

My favorite purchase is my Ninja Nutri Pro Compact Personal Blender. I love the nutrition side of health and fitness, and there are so many things that you can do with a blender! I use it every morning to make my breakfast but also use it for other meals (for example, pancakes!!!!). As I'm a nomad, I needed something that was light and easily able to fit into my suitcase, and this does the job perfectly. It's quiet and powerful enough for daily use. All parts are also dishwasher safe. I've bought plenty of health and fitness products in the past, but this Ninja compact blender is definitely my favorite.


Ravi received a bachelor of science in mathematics with economics at Aston University and is a certified personal trainer with an ActiveIq Level 3 Diploma in Personal Training.

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