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Bodybuilding: The Worlds Male Bodybuilders

By Yann, published on 24/11/2018 We Love Prof > Health and Fitness > Personal Training > Who Are The Popular Male Bodybuilders?

Bodybuilding is a combination of fitness, motivation, extreme muscle growth, long gym sessions, precise bodybuilding exercises, and nutrition which includes supplements and protein shakes. But it isn’t a cheap sport to follow personal trainers, protein shakes, supplementation, gym memberships, competition costumes, personal time and the list goes on.

But this is what it takes if you want to become a professional bodybuilder and reshape your body to achieve your fitness goals. In short, the fitness industry is booming, boosted by this obsession with building muscle. Athletes and bodybuilders whose back muscles, abs, glutes or biceps are ripped and bulking. Are leading the way for beginner bodybuilders to follow in their footsteps. Let’s see who the leaders are in male bodybuilding.

Work hard to build muscle We all dream of having an athlete’s body. Photo Source: Unsplash

Why Do Bodybuilding?

When building muscle, it often involves both a weight training and a strength training program that your trainer or coach has set up. In these sessions you will be focused on building your ideal physical condition, to lose fat, or to practice muscle growth within your best workout.

Bodybuilding is not just a sport but an essential mind body connection that has to be so well synced that you are almost able to sculpt your body in the same way that a sculptor would sculpt a piece of marble. This takes knowledge about physiology, time to do your strength training and muscle gaining workouts, time to study nutrition and time to observe how it all affects your body when it comes together as a program. Your dedication to your personal physical form and fitness goals will force you to strengthen your mind and become a real athlete.

Your determination is seen especially when lifting weights as you may feel like you are about to give up on your bodybuilding set. Because you are too tired, in too much pain or just But when you continue and complete your sets, no matter how difficult they are, you gain the advantage with muscle memory, psychological endurance and the gift of resetting the limits that you have about what is possible for you.

Bodybuilding teaches you about what is possible ‘for you‘, although genetics do play a part in how big you may be able to get naturally. Knowing how to build muscle for your body is also important, and this is something that you will learn in the process.

Emotional weakness will destroy your bodybuilding workouts and will derail any progress you have made if you give it cause. Physical weakness is easier to control in some ways as you just have to create a full body workout program and follow it consistently. As a male bodybuilder your normal day will be full of training workouts, time at the gym, weightlifting, protein powder shakes and close attention to the nutrition and supplements that your body needs.

These mental and physical elements are how the bodybuilding discipline comes together, and this is the path that will support your journey towards your goals. Having respect for the process, for yourself and for each movement that you are making in a precise and timed manner. Will give you the awareness to develop, retain and maintain the maximum muscle growth available for you.

Benefits Of Bodybuilding

Here are some reasons to train to be a bodybuilder or fitness professional, these reasons will hopefully inspire you to consider muscle strengthening, mass building, a chest workout routine or backbone sculpting at each session.

    1. Bodybuilding encourage fat loss at a rapid rate
    2. You can create achievable fitness goals.
    3. You can tweak your practice to grab the results that you want; not everyone has to be huge.
    4. You will see progress if you can be consistent.
    5. You will gain mental strength and self-confidence.
    6. You will learn to control your body.
    7. There is a lot of variation for workouts that can build muscle.
    8. Professionals are supportive and happy to share information.

It is important when you are starting out to find your own reasons to start or continue the bodybuilding path because there are a lot of reasons not to do it. But if you are invested in this lifestyle, you will make significant progress with commitment and a mindset that is connected to your most positive outcome.

Muscles don't come easy work is needed Muscular men work hard for the results that they have. Photo Source: Unsplash

Famous Male Bodybuilders

We will take a look at the men whose lives were changed by bodybuilding; they have pushed their bodies to maximize muscle growth and push the boundaries of what we believe is possible. They see results that less than one percent of the population will discover.

Welcome To The World Of Bodybuilding Champions

Phillip Heath is the bodybuilding competition king

On a global perspective, big names in the bodybuilding industry are commonplace. But not many of them have won the title of Mr Olympia for seven years in a row. Phil went to extreme lengths of training to take the title for seven years in a row, from 2011 to 2017.

Although not as famous Phil Health now holds the same record as the famous Arnold Schwarzenegger. But still doesn’t beat the top bodybuilder of all time Iris Kyle (female bodybuilder) who has won 10 times. But I do not doubt that Phil can beat even Irises record if he puts his mind to it. With what they do and how dedicated they have to be, they are both a huge inspiration to people interested in male bodybuilding and female bodybuilding alike.

American born Phil entered the world of bodybuilding in 2002 and took ten years to find his winning streak. You may have thought that Phil had an overnight success if you didn’t know about him but he has been in the gym, shaping the success of his future for ten years and more. He is a true figurehead of bodybuilding, he stands out and shows the way to become a professional male bodybuilder.

Mariusz Pudzianowski,

There are men who demand admiration and respect just by them being themselves. Mariusz Pudzianowski is one of them and shows bodybuilding from a much more accessible and popular angle. This Polish bodybuilder who is better known under the name of ‘Pudzilla’ (an obvious reference to Godzilla) was elected The World’s Strongest Man title and became the strongest man in the world between 2002 and 2008, which is a real record.

Mariusz Pudzianowski is also multitalented and launched himself into martial arts in 2009, and is also a boxer, just to add a string to his bow. Mariusz is a real talent with no limits to what he can achieve. More than this though he is an inspiration to all of us, to always to do new things and master them to the best of your ability. There are no limits to stop this talented bodybuilder.

Each muscle must be worked on. Bodybuilidng champions work every muscle group. Photo Source: Unsplash

Arnold Schwarzenegger

Strength does not come from winning. Your struggles develop your strengths. When you go through hardships and decide not to surrender, that is strength.

Arnold needs no introduction as he is the bodybuilding legend, although many may not know that he started out as a bodybuilder and may only know him from Hollywood films like the terminator. But Arnold is multitalented and followed his dreams from Austria to the USA to become an actor, filmmaker, businessman, investor, author, philanthropist, activist, politician, and former professional bodybuilder and powerlifter.

Arnold believes in maximising your potential and that the only limit is your own belief in what you can do. Arnold Schwarzenegger is what is called a real bodybuilder, but he is also a real icon. During those years that he trained to compete, he was nicknamed “the Austrian Oak”, for the simple reason that he was as resistant as a tree.

Bodybuilding opened the doors of Hollywood for Arnold although it wasn’t easy. Because he was so big that directors were hesitant to cast him. Until his first big role in the Terminator, which was one of his biggest hits in the cinema at the time. He almost didn’t get cast for the film though, and he was told to lose weight, or the part would have to go to someone else. He then had to intensely reverse engineer his top ‘building muscle mass’ workout routines to lose muscle mass and become leaner. He says that he did that by running more than he was weight lifting so that he would have a more athletic body composition, lose bodyweight and minimise certain muscle groups. Thankfully he achieved his goal and was cast as one of the stars of the Terminator movies.

Arnold is recognised as one of the 100 most influential personalities in the world, and gives bodybuilding, acting and many other things a much more enjoyable feeling.

These bodybuilders have shown us what is possible, they have even shown us what we might have considered impossible. Each of these athletes are amazing and do not hide the fact that to get to where they have gotten that it has taken hard work. Do your best workout, eat right, supplement with what is missing now do 365 days of repetitions and you will see your body transform. Bodybuilding is not an inaccessible sport, but it is not an overnight sport either. If you want to get your six pack abs and muscle gain, it is possible; you can do it – Good Luck!

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