Sunday, February 15, 2009

Your First Bodybuilding Competition

I've been competing in bodybuilding competitions since I was 17 years old and I love it...

There is just something very satisfying about setting a personal goal to get in your best physical shape ever and then follow through to see that goal fulfilled.

Have you ever secretly wanted to get in that kind of shape and take your physique to the level where you could compete in a natural bodybuilding competition?

Now I know you are probably not looking to go on to be the next Mr. Olympia, but nonetheless wouldn't it be an awesome feeling to get into your best shape ever and then confidently display the results of all your hard work at a local competition in front of a supportive audience of friends, family, and fellow gym members.

I've personally coached and helped dozens of competitors prepare for their very first bodybuilding competition and when it's all said and done I hear the same things over and over again...

"Competing in bodybuilding was one of the most
challenging things I have ever done, and it was
also one of the most personally rewarding!"

While the exact wording may vary, the message is the same. Bottom line I've never met a single person who has regretted competing in a bodybuilding competition. In fact it is very often one of the most memorable moments of their life, something they are very proud of.

That's why I've put together a step-by-step bodybuilding competition training guide that explains everything you need to know about preparing for and looking your best at your first bodybuilding competition.

Your First Bodybuilding Competition is a book and DVD package that breaks down the whole competition preparation process into an easy to follow step-by-step plan. It will clear up a lot of myths and misconceptions with regards to competitive bodybuilding and help you confidently step on the contest stage in Your Best Shape Ever!

Click Here for more info and to learn how you can get a copy of this killer muscle sculpting, fat shredding, bodybuilding training guide.

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