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This presentation is about educating students on the various intriguing aspects of Bodybuilding.

This presentation is about educating students on the various intriguing aspects of Bodybuilding.

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  • 1. Bodybuilding Passion, Lifestyle, Addiction www.isteroids.com
  • 2. Brief History
    • Overview:
    • Originated in the late 18 th century. The sport really took off in the 70’s with Arnold Schwarzenegger taking over the bodybuilding scene. With his film Pumping Iron, Arnold was a major success, this movie showed a new aspect to the sport of bodybuilding.
    • From then on the International Federation of Bodybuilders took complete control of the sport, over the AAU in hopes to give bodybuilders the center stage and not entirely only Olympic Lifters.
    • In 2000 the IFBB made a bid to enter bodybuilding into the 2004 Athens Olympics but was unsuccessful.
    • In recent years the sport has further more progressed has more and more young people strive to more be athletic and active.
    • The only downside to the growth of this sport is the ever growing pandemic of steroid abuse
    www.ifbb.com
  • 3. Anabolic Steroids
    • Pros
      • Increased testosterone levels in both male and female athletes.
      • Increased leanness and muscle definition.
      • Increased muscle mass and general weight gain.
      • increased strength.
      • Increased effectiveness of training. Improved recovery rate.
    • Cons
      • Increased risk of mood disturbances including mania and depression.
      • Increased risk of aggressive acts.
      • Insomnia.
      • Risk of HIV and Hepatitis B & C from contaminated needles.
      • Increased risk of liver disease and cancer
      • Increased risk of cardiovascular disease
      • Increased risk of muscle tears.
    Note: As you can see the Cons defiantly outweigh the Pros www.criticalbench.com
  • 4. Steroids the Visual Picture www.thekhancorporation.com
  • 5. Steroids In Schools 2003 Survey
  • 6. Why Bodybuilders Train
    • - Bodybuilders train beyond the limit because they are 200% dedicated to this sport. They train like a hockey player would train for the playoffs. There goal is to physically exert there body to the ultimate limit. There mission is to have the most absolute “freakish physique.” There is never satisfaction, a bodybuilder always strives for more. In some cases these athletes physically look inhuman to the naked eye, but to themselves they appear small.
    • To be a Bodybuilder one must be mentally and physically strong. The demands in this sport are immense and do take a major toll on the body. The main goal is to block out the pain and to carry on and train to max!
    www.bsn.com
  • 7. Bodybuilders Routine
    • Diet Example
    • Meal 1 (breakfast)- Cereal, Banana
    • Meal 2 (Snack)- Protein Shake, Granola Bar
    • Meal 3 (lunch)- Chicken Breast, Rice, Beans
    • Meal 4 (Snack)- Fruit bar, 12 Almonds
    • Meal 5 (Dinner)- Steak, potatoes, veggies
    • Meal 6 (Snack)- Protein Shake
    • Common Exercise Routine
    • Mon-Fri
    • Mon-Back/Biceps
    • Tue-Chest
    • Wed-Shoulders/Abdominals
    • Thurs- Triceps/Biceps
    • Fri- Legs
    • Sat/Sun- Rest
  • 8. Muscle Groups
  • 9. Overview
    • Bodybuilding is a great sport that develops physical and mental discipline
    • Hard work and dedication are the only requirements
    • Prime time to start working out is during the teenage years
    • Steroid Abuse is frequent and ever more occurring with young people
    • Train hard and with time results will come easily
    www.bayswaterfitness.com.au /.../ resistance.htm
  • 10. Works Cited
    • www.bsn.com
    • www.thekhancorporation.com
    • www.isteroids.com
    • www.ifbb.com
    • www.bayswaterfitness.com.au/.../resistance.htm
    • www.bodybuildinglog.com