The Evolution of Pro Bodybuilding Contest

August 7, 2011 by  
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The Evolution of Pro Bodybuilding Contest

Article by Dane Fletcher

Many individual have diverse reasons why they get into bodybuilding activities. Among the major and most common reason, is the desire for better health and physical fitness. Others want their appearance to look great. Others still, may wish to excel towards a bodybuilding career. These pro-wannabe’s, nurse a desire to enter into a bodybuilding competition, to compete and to win the glory of a bodybuilding champion.

From when bodybuilding evolved as a sport, bodybuilding contests have being popular with the young and old muscle lovers. To become a competitor in this field you need to be aware that, there are thousands of other body builders, working day and night, for the same title you are chasing. Like in any sport, the trophy goes to the most deserving.

You need to develop strong will, determination, perseverance, self-discipline, consistence and patience. A competitive body builder can have many objectives besides the trophy. You may for instance a target a healthy lifestyle, to build an impressive physique, or to be strong and vibrant. These diverse objectives should not put you out of focus, if you are looking forward for a contest. Professional bodybuilding is not usually a simple job. It demands a lot of self-discipline. Professional bodybuilding is a state in which absolute discipline becomes a must. You have to be very vigilant on you diet and never lose focus at any time. All competition requires the competitors to be physically and emotionally fit.

With the right attitude and hard work, it is possible that you will find yourself listed as a participant in a main event. When you finally enter into a bodybuilding contest, it’s a great moment that requires practicing hard, and preparing with a perfectionist mind. It demands boldness, courage, self-conviction and absolute self-control. You have to have a total control on your self and particularly on the diet. It also demands that you put your mind in a state of perpetual readiness and an attitude that’s well prepared to adapt to the demands of training.

Emotional containment is another key requirement. Thus you emotional condition just as the physical prowess, must be at its peak at all times. To be nervous before competing is a great inconvenience, so learn to stay calm and confident. Yes, it may be difficult to learn to control the ranging emotions, but you should be careful not to let the judges and even the other contesters, know your weaknesses. They may take it as an advantage, which ultimately will make you to be defeated. Learn to have confidence with yourself and always see yourself as the best.

It’s important to train the mind to be over your body. The mind is always in command of your actions and in all times the body reacts to what the mind says. As such, give a close attention to what the mind thinks and follow the desired positive path, which will lead to a win. In the final analysis, it is your mental strength that will make you what you always desire to become.

About the Author

Dane Fletcher is the world-wide authority on bodybuilding and steroids. He has coached countless athletes all over the world. To read more of his work, please visit either or

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