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    Bodybuilding competition can be held by local or oversea organization. For example: INBA‚ IFBB‚ CBBA‚ HKCBBA‚ etc. There are some differences in those competitions.First‚ the categories of the competition are different. In 2014 Hong Kong Bodybuilding Championships cum 5th South China Bodybuilding Invitational Championship‚ there are 13 types‚ for example: “Men’s Youth bodybuilding championship‚ Student Men’s Athletic Physique Championship‚ HK Junior Men’s Bodybuilding Championship‚ Men’s Fitness

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    Bodybuilding workouts are not just for men nowadays. Gone are the days when women stayed away from bodybuilding. Nowadays‚ you will find both men and women exercising hard in gyms to have strong and well shaped bodies. Every second person wants to have a great physique now. If you are also planning to have appealing washboard abs along with a well toned body‚ here are a few useful bodybuilding workout tips: Understand the difference between different workout routines. On a basic level‚ there are

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    A Bodybuilding Subculture

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    opposed to a sport. Its said that bodybuilding started way back in the times of great philosophers like Plato who believed that a man should strive for a balance between mind and body and that there should be harmony between the two. Also Plato believed with out a well-conditioned body the mind would ultimately suffer. Taken into aspect obviously someone perused the great words of a historic philosopher or bodybuilders wouldn’t be around today. Bodybuilding began when a new interest in muscle

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    Bodybuilding has gained increasing popularity and supporters around the world in recent decades. The act is officially defined as “The process of enlarging the muscles through a regime usually combining strenuous exercise with a specialized diet (“Bodybuilding‚” def. 2). Many of the practitioners‚ however‚ prefer a slightly different definition from the International Federation of Bodybuilding “Train to develop all body parts and muscles to maximum size‚ but in balance and harmony”. In modern times

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    Bodybuilding and Steroids: An Ongoing Controversy Throughout many generations as well as the present day‚ bodybuilding has been a much favored sport in the fitness industry. The question first begins with what a sport is determined to be. The definition seems to be: “a human activity capable of achieving a result requiring physical exertion and skill‚ which by nature‚ is competitive” (Kennedy 121). Conceivably‚ bodybuilding fits the definition; However‚ the primary problem that bodybuilders

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    How to “bulk up” properly for bodybuilding Have you ever wondered how to gain the muscle without gaining a lot of body fat? Here I will explain to you why bulking is of substantial importance in the sport of bodybuilding. I will inform you on what kind of a diet you should follow‚ when to bulk‚ the training that goes along with it‚ and proper rest to ensure that you get maximum muscle growth. Most bodybuilders bulk up to gain size‚ muscle and strength. If I wanted to compete even at the amateur

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    Basic Bodybuilding for the beginner Good bodybuilding workouts can be hard to find‚ and most beginning bodybuilders are anxious to find programs that will build muscle fast.  They want to train hard in order to surpass other athletes in their field.  Often‚ this initial enthusiasm leads them to establish rigorous bodybuilding workout programs that call for a lot of training and not enough rest.  What they don’t realize is that without rest‚ their muscles won’t grow.  Additionally‚ many bodybuilders

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    11/21/13 Compare/Contrast Essay Bodybuilding & Power lifting In a way going to the gym is a starting point‚ its what you do there that defines you. Lifting weights isn’t just being a “meathead” bodybuilding and power lifting almost becomes a science‚ more so in bodybuilding this rule applies. Bodybuilding is not simple picking things up and putting them down‚ its a science like I stated earlier this is because as body builders we follow certain rep ranges‚ certain form‚ control the tension on

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    As a rule‚ bodybuilding requires practitioners to focus on strengthening their muscles not only through physical workouts but also through proper diet. Bodybuilding foods are those that encourage the growth of muscle mass. These foods play an important role in the processes involved in developing your muscles into the sizes and shapes that you want while ensuring that no damage or injury is caused by your regular workouts. There are several different types of bodybuilding foods for you to choose

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    Bodybuilding is a process of developing muscle fibers through special muscle training exercises‚ increased calorie diet‚ and sufficient amount of rest. The sport is called Competitive Bodybuilding‚ where bodybuilders display their physical body to judges and receive points for their musculature appearance (Wikipedia‚ Bodybuilding). Many people believe that in the end of 20th and 21st century bodybuilders have formed a unique subculture with their own set of values‚ beliefs‚ traditions‚ etc. Now‚

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