Thursday, February 14, 2019

11 things to know about bodybuilding : 8 - What about bodybuilding competitions?

11 things to know about bodybuilding : 8 - What about bodybuilding competitions?
8 - What about bodybuilding competitions? :
In bodybuilding competitions, athletes are divided into categories determined by their weight, age and gender. They begin with the posing stage, a series of imposed poses, then finish with a "free" posing choreography on the music of their choice, the aim being in both cases to highlight the volume and the quality of their musculature. These figures each bear a name, namely "double-biceps" (back and front), the "crab", the "biceps-cage", the "triceps side", the "lats spread", the " abdominals-thighs.
For the needs of the competition, bodybuilders and bodybuilders wear an official outfit (bikini for women, underpants for men) and must be covered with "tan", in the form of spray or tinted cream to bring out their best. muscular definition.


In bodybuilding competitions, athletes are divided into categories determined by their weight, size, age and gender. There are competitions in solo, in couple, for juniors and seniors.
On stage, they begin with the posing stage, a series of imposed poses, then finish with a "free" posing choreography on the music of their choice, the aim being in both cases to highlight the volume and the quality of their musculature. These figures each bear a name, namely "double-biceps" (back and front), the "crab", the "biceps-cage", the "triceps side", the "lats spread", the " abdominals-thighs ".
A few minutes before going on stage, the competitors warm up behind the scenes to increase the volume of their muscles by seeking an optimal congestion of these.
There is a multitude of international competitions, the most prestigious being Mr Univers, Mr Olympia and the Arnold Classic.
9 - Female bodybuilding


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