Bodybuilding around the World

No matter what part of the globe you may find yourself visiting, the odds are good there are some sort of bodybuilding, strength or endurance competitions you could see firsthand. Chiseled abs, defined pectorals and muscles are appreciated pretty much everywhere and men and women are always looking to prove they’re the strongest in a crowd, so it really isn’t too hard to find a competition. The real difficulty is being in the right place at the right time and that’s what we want to help you with today. Here are a few notable competitions and organizations from around the world.

The International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness, or IFBB, is pretty much the main go-to for bodybuilding competitions. It draws in competitors from every corner of the world and is essentially the greatest bodybuilding event on Earth. With events hosted in the USA, Australia, Spain, Kuwait and even Brazil, the IFBB has its hands in bodybuilding almost anywhere you might go. In fact, if you see any competition at all, the odds are good that the IFBB has something to do with it. The organization is huge and its reach is far, making the IFBB website a great first stop for bodybuilding contests.

Because 2014 is coming to a close, many enthusiasts are looking to 2015 for events coming up in the next year. The Arnold Classic Columbia starts on March 5, 2015 and between that and the Joe Weider Legacy Cup event, the time for which has yet to be determined, IFBB will be hosting over two dozen different competitions – and that’s just all the bodybuilding from this one, single organization. If you’re looking for something on a smaller scale, there are plenty of lesser known events to find as well, but to do this you will probably be better off performing an independent search of whatever area you’re in, currently.

If you’re looking to get in on a bodybuilding competition rather than go and be an audience member, then you’re going to need to get buff – seriously buff. If you haven’t seen the guys and girls who compete in these things before, you have no idea how buff you’ll need to be, just to have a chance at taking a prize back home with you. There are different weight classes just like in boxing, so if you’re naturally a smaller person, that won’t automatically disqualify you from competing. With the help of something like a GARAGE GYM PRO, you could get the body you need for this.

There are supplements that go along with exercise and can help you to build muscle, too. I’m not talking about steroids or anything illegal like that, but you might consider picking up some whey protein, creatine, casein and other supplements to bulk up and get ripped. Using these supplements before and after workouts, and even when you wake up in the morning, can help you exponentially boost your results by giving your body more of the fuel it needs to get into the shape you want for it.