Arvin Lal

Arvin Lal is a famous Indian-American entrepreneur, founder and CEO of SHREDZ, who is best known as a founder of Beyond Genetics Supplements. May his quotes inspire you to work hard to make your dreams a reality.
Known for being the creator of the supplement company Shredz. He gained attention for growing the company almost exclusively through social media, specifically the company's Instagram account, which has more than 2 million followers.
He appeared in season three of Jersey Shore, which caused tensions between Sammi Giancola and Ronnie Ortiz-Magro.

Arvin Lal Wikipedia

Profession:- Founder and CEO of SHREDZ®
Born:- Queens, New York
Date Of Birth:- 21 March 1985
Age:- 31 years [2016]
Height:- Unknown
Wife:- Unknown
Education:- Centenary College, Rutgers University
Nationality:- Indian-American

Arvin Lal Quotes

  • "Believe in unrealistic goals, because it’s the realistic thinking that keeps society mediocre." Arvin Lal
  • "Rule #1: No matter what happens today, how good or bad it may be, keep moving forward." Arvin Lal
  • "I surround myself with driven individuals. Whether its book smart, street smart or whatever. Hard work understands hard work." Arvin Lal
  • "Let them hate. Just make sure they spell your name right." Arvin Lal
  • "Study while others are sleeping, work while others are lounging, and take action when others are wishing." Arvin Lal
  • "Real confidence has no room for jealousy. When you know you have it, you have no need to hate." Arvin Lal
  • "I no longer have the energy for meaningless friendships, wasted nights, or unnecessary conversations." Arvin Lal
  • "Have goals so big, you feel uncomfortable telling small minded people." Arvin Lal
  • "Don’t expect others to understand your grind. It’s not theirs to make sense of. It’s yours. Stay focused." Arvin Lal
  • "Work harder than you think you did yesterday." Arvin Lal
  • "Rule #2: Stop getting distracted by things that have nothing to do with your goals." Arvin Lal
  • "Worth: The ability to manifest something with substance that affects the lives of others around me in a positive way. That keeps me driven." Arvin Lal
  • "Average people have wishes and hopes. Confident people have goals and plans." Arvin Lal
  • "Be thankful for the struggles you go through. They make you stronger. Don’t let them break you. Let them make you." Arvin Lal
  • "Don’t let school get in the way of your education. The best lessons in life don’t come from a teacher. They come from experience." Arvin Lal
  • "Let your dreams change your reality, don’t let your reality change your dreams." Arvin Lal
  • "Don’t let your past define your future." Arvin Lal
  • "Success will only begin to show itself when you invest yourself fully in your own process." Arvin Lal
  • "You can’t expect to success if you only put in work on the days you feel like it." Arvin Lal
  • "Nothing beats work ethic." Arvin Lal
  • "Get up, dress up, show up and never give up." Arvin Lal
  • "3 choice in life: Give up, give in or give it your all." Arvin Lal
  • "Most successful people in the world don’t count the dollars, they count the people that they touch. That’s a fact." Arvin Lal
  • "Make sure what you do today matter because you are exchanging a day of your life for it." Arvin Lal

Arvin Lal Before Success

At the start of 2012, 27-year-old Arvin Lal was pumping iron with his friend, a chiropractor who mixed his own herbal supplements. The friend gave him a weight loss remedy.
"I tried it and I lost 8 pounds in two weeks. I asked him is this legal? If so let's mass produce it," Lal told Business Insider.
Lal had a credit card with a $5,000 limit and off he went to bottle the supplement now named Shredz. By the start of 2013, he was ready to sell it but needed to find buyers. The plan was typical for the weight loss industry: hire fitness personalities to endorse the supplement. Lal opted for folks with local and regional followings like Jonathan Coyle, a 31-year-old CrossFit trainer in Orange, Calif. He wanted athletes to write articles about motivation, fitness, training and weight loss and reach young people through social media like Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
"We want to get people to change their lives, not just lose weight," he says.
Shredz articles did well on Facebook and Twitter, but things really took off when they started using Instagram, Lal told us. Turns out, pictures of beautiful, fit male and female trainers tend to be popular on Instagram. 
But Lal's athletes were not big national stars with huge followings. He needed to help them grow and because his company,
Beyond Genetics Supplements, was entirely bootstrapped, he couldn't spend a lot on social media management technology.
So he found three free apps to help: an analytics site called Statigram, which lets you manage and monitor your Instagram; an iPhone Instagram app, Kik, for chatting with Instagram users and sending private messages; and Instolver, for uploading hundreds of pics to Instagram at a time. 
By using these tools (and a few others Lal wouldn't reveal), Lal taught trainers exactly what, when, where and how to post to grab followers. 
10 months later and the company itself has 2.7 million social media followers. Plus its trainers reach another 3.16 million people on Instagram alone, according to records shown to Business Insider. 
And that's lead to growth. The company now has a whole line of supplements, employs about 50 people (between staffers and contract trainers) and generates $3.1 million in sales, Lal says.