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Straight bodybuilding fans (and I remain one, don’t ask me why) have to do intense mental gymnastics to convince themselves they’re not watching male exotic dancing when they sit through a bodybuilder’s posing routine.
That’s a hard thing to do when competitors are expected to turn their backs to the crowd, hike up the bottom of their “posing trunks” to expose their glutes, and show off the striations that occur there when one reaches near-fatal levels of leanness.
“If you reward the right guys, then everyone will start training to have a beautiful body again,” Schwarzenegger said, again feeling no need to append his comments with the “no homo” qualifier that is so often used on bodybuilding message boards.
I struggled…When I was 15 I picked up my first dumbbell.
“If you saw him at the beach, you’d say to yourself, ‘I would love to have this guy’s body.
Wow, look at how beautiful this man looks.’ But that’s not what you can say about those guys today that win those competitions.” showed up to an IFBB competition today, he likely wouldn’t make the top five. In Schwarzenegger’s day, lots of pro bodybuilders took steroids, but in the ’90s, all kinds of other performance enhancers became common, notably human growth hormone, which 1992-97 Mr.
The magazines and books sprawled across my bedroom floor were my trainers. I wanted muscle, albeit for sports, but I still wanted muscle. The reason: bodybuilding is a lifestyle, one with 2 hours training sessions, thousands of calories a day, bulking (getting fat), and cutting.
The Governator continued his rant, recalling the early bodybuilder and actor Steve Reeves from the generation before his own.
Mc Millan’s competitive edge is the symmetry and balance of his body, the lines of which flow in a way that normal people might identify as “attractive.” , though that is ultimately what this “sport” is about.
Competitors aren’t judged on their strength (that’s the domain of powerlifting, Olympic lifting, strongman competitions, etc.) but on the appearance of their muscular physiques.
The life of a bodybuilder is one spent yo-yo dieting, binging, training, eating, and destroying their body. It wasn’t until I looked outside the box that I got results.
Drugs, superhuman genetics, and a lifetime dedication to ‘getting big’ are the prerequisites. It wasn’t until I left the 2 hour training sessions, 5-6 days a week behind, that I gained 32 pounds of lean muscle in 32 weeks. But, as with any “rule”, there is always an exception.