Doychin Karshovski grew up in Bulgaria under a communist regime in the seaside town of Varna. This made his childhood a little different from what you might be used to in America.
The government of Bulgaria told students what to learn and when Doychin was a student they focused on fitness. Fitness was everything and Doychin learned to love it. He started off as a swimmer until his mom made him choose another sport.
He eventually landed into the sport of Marine Pentathlon, which as you might be able to tell by the name, involves a lot of water sports including swimming. He let his mom figure that swimming detail out a little later on.
Doychin worked his way up to a great job in Bulgaria where he started a foundation to help orphans and youth. His wife also did well for herself and was the CFO of a company. But it was when every thing seemed to be at the best that things changed.
The couple had applied for a green card to the United States on a whim, not thinking it would come through for them. But to their surprise they got approved. They moved to Cincinnati where the former executives had to start over.
This decision ended up working out well for them, however. Doychin learned not only about the fitness clubs in Cincinnati but he started coaching people on his own.
After learning from a financial adviser that he should be saving for retirement with a 401k, he realized the same principles could be used for fitness. This became the foundation of his book “401 Fitness.”
Just as one would save for retirement so that they can enjoy life, so should someone take small actionable steps with their fitness so that they can enjoy their retired life. Check out the book at 401fit.com.
You can also reach Doychin by texting him at 513-238-9952