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Bodybuilding pictures to get you inspired

 

You have worked on perfectly sculpting your muscles for months, exercised as much as you can and followed a rigorous diet. All this work may be for nothing if you don’t follow the correct techniques for showing off your hard work and dedication. Bodybuilding pictures make it look easy – simply strut your stuff on-stage.  

Remember that judges can only judge what they see – if your posing techniques are sub-standard the judges will not be able to see what you have and something as simple as a pose can be the reason you lose.

In formal bodybuilding competitions there are eight mandatory poses that everyone must do. To reach maximum success, master these poses to the best of your abilities:

As with most things in life, practice makes perfect. It is recommend that you start practising your posing routine about 12 weeks before the competition. If it is your first time, this will give you enough time to condition your muscles and build up strength. The last thing you want on the day of the competition is to get tired and not show your muscles off properly.  

Get bodybuilding pictures of yourself to see how others will see you, perform in front of mirrors and also try to get a video recording of your pose routine.  

If you want the help of a true professional to assist you in getting all aspects of your bodybuilding routine perfect, get in contact with Hennie Kotze. Hennie is a professional South African bodybuilder with more than a decade’s experience in everything about bodybuilding. 

Get working on your perfect body and soon you will have awesome bodybuilding pictures of yourself – get in contact with Hennie today.

 

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