Bodybuilding workouts Muscle women Bodybuilders Female Bodybuilder on HD Physiques Art of fem

Bodybuilding workouts Muscle women Bodybuilders Female Bodybuilder on HD Physiques Art of fem

Bodybuilding is the use of progressive resistance exercise to control and develop one’s musculature.[1] An individual who engages in this activity is referred to as a bodybuilder. In competitive amateur and professional bodybuilding, bodybuilders appear in lineups doing specified poses, and later perform individual posing routines, for a panel of judges who rank competitors based on criteria such as symmetry, muscularity and conditioning. Bodybuilders prepare for competition through a combination of dehydration, fat loss, oils, and tanning (or tanning lotions) which make their muscular definition more distinct. Well-known bodybuilders include Charles Atlas, Steve Reeves, Reg Park, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Lou Ferrigno. The winner of the annual Mr. Olympia contest is generally recognized as the world’s top male bodybuilder. The title is now held by IFBB professional Phil Heath of the United States.

Contents [hide]
1 History
1.1 Early years
1.2 Eugen Sandow
1.3 First large-scale bodybuilding competition
1.4 Notable early bodybuilders
1.5 1950s and 1960s
2 1970s onwards
2.1 New organizations
2.2 Anabolic/Androgenic Steroid Use
2.3 World Bodybuilding Federation
2.4 Olympic sport discussion
2.5 Recent developments
3 Areas
3.1 Professional bodybuilding
3.2 Natural bodybuilding
3.3 Female bodybuilding
4 Competition
4.1 Preparations
4.1.1 Cutting and bulking
4.1.2 Clean bulking
4.1.3 Dirty bulking
4.1.4 Pre-competition
5 Muscle growth
5.1 Weight training
5.2 Nutrition
5.2.1 Carbohydrates
5.2.2 Protein
5.2.3 Meals
5.2.4 Dietary supplements
5.3 Performance enhancing substances
5.4 Rest
5.5 Overtraining
6 Non muscle-developing methods
7 See also
8 Notes
9 External links
File:Sandow ca1894.ogv

Sandow in 1894
Early years[edit]
Stone-lifting traditions were practiced in ancient Greece and Egypt. Western weight lifting developed in Europe around 1880 to 1953, with strongmen displaying feats of strength for the public, and challenging each other. The focus was not on the make up of their physique, and these strongmen often had a large stomach and fatty limbs.[2]

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