Sunday, August 27, 2017

Women Bodybuilding: Then & Now (Part 2) :

Women Bodybuilding: Then & Now (Part 2)
Women Bodybuilding: Then & Now (Part 2) :
By 1979, more women bodybuilding competitions were being held. The sport, however, did not possess a sanctioning body until 1980. Known as the National Physique Committee, this organization hosted the first women's nationals and became the top amateur level competition for women bodybuilding in the United States. Additionally, 1980 marked the first Ms. Olympia competition, which is the most honored competition for women bodybuilding professionals.

As the sport continued to grow and increase in overall popularity, competitors found themselves needing to train harder and improve their overall muscular physique. By the 1980s, women bodybuilding was no longer a bikini contest or seeing who could pose in the highest heels. Now, it was becoming a popular sport with championship titles and increasing fan attendance...
↪ Women Bodybuilding: Then & Now (Part 3)

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