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so let me get this straight, you compete once and your a bodybuilder? lets say you look like complete shit on stage right....... and theres a guy in the gym thats getting ready for his first contest at about 230 looking amazing, and the other guy that competed twice is under 160lbs and looks like a douche bag, but since that douche bad competed it makes him a bodybuilder, and the one that looks like a bodybuilder isnt considered one. im not having an argument, you and duality attacked my post im simply backing my statement up.
hard to say....
some might say to be a bodybuilder you must compete in a show
others might say to live a life style as a bodybuilder, eat, train & sleep following in ones footsteps in order to get himself ready for a future show
im pretty sure there was a thread regarding this topic awhile back
anybody can compete in a show dridz, ive seen some ridiculous people on stage, would you say Max is a bodybuilder? lets say blake has never competed(idk if he has) so max is a bodybuilder and blake isnt?? thats what im trying to say, i lean more towards the bodybuilding lifestyle and looking like a bodybuilder. cause anyone can compete.
Anyone can jump on stage and compete, no rule in their books on how you must look to jump stage, but just the embarrasement you'll have on how crappy one will look on stage.
yeah blake has competed before im 99.9% sure.
i see nothing wrong nor against calling yourself a bodybuilder aslong as your following your path as a bodybuilder, in shapeing your muscles and getting ready for whatever future show you decide to aim for.
aslong as you train as a bodybuilder, eat like one and following the path as one, you can call yourself a bodybuilder.
True anyone can compete but not everyone can go the whole mile in order to be strict and following detail to detail when dieting in order to get in contest show shape ready.
we should really keep this thread back on topic,
Make a thread regarding what we are talking about frank, it would be good to hear other peoples thoughts on what they believe how one becomes a bodybuilder.