When you first hear the word “bodybuilding,” you probably imagine a bunch of small, muscle-bound people in suits working out in front of a big screen. In other words: not exactly the type of guy who wants to be a bodybuilder. Well, you are not alone in that. It can be overwhelming and scary when you first think about starting bodybuilding. After all, how do you even know if what you’re doing is right? How do you even know if it’s the right thing for you? In this guide, we gonna walk you through everything from setting up your first show to getting started on the right track for becoming a professional bodybuilder. What kind of shows are there and how can you better get ready for them? Let’s get started:
What is a bodybuilding show?
A bodybuilding show is a showcase of all the muscle in your body. Unlike a muscle-tech show where you’re actually working out with a professional bodybuilder, a bodybuilding show is a whole lot of fun for the whole family. The athletes in these shows are usually lean, muscular, and often have lots of piercings, tattoos, and other personal quirks that viewers are allowed to see. So, you get the opportunity to see what they look like while they’re at their most beautiful, natural, and full of freepassions. You can choose between different fitness levels, from beginner all the way to advanced. All the shows are equally intended to help you get better at everything you do, from lifting, to diet, to sex. So, if all that doesn’t sound like what you’re interested in, or if you just have a thing for fitness and metal, this is the show for you! You also get the opportunity to meet new friends, listen to some classic rock, and see some classic film scores.
Why build a show like this?
The first thing you have to get used to is being on a show. As with everything you do, there is a lot to it, and it’s best to get used to it slowly. The first step is to decide what type of show you want to build off of. The first step is to create an idea of what you want to be a part of. If you want to show off your body, but also want to inspire and motivate others, an ideal bodybuilding show might be the one you build off of. On the other hand, a show focused on teaching people how to be better bodies would be a better bodybuilding show for you.
Get set up
For your first show, you’ll need to get set up. The best way to do this is with a gym. Get yourself some resistance bands, weighted clubs, and other equipment to help you get stronger. Then, add some muscle-building or cardio equipment to make your workout more intense. Finally, take a hot showers or take a bath to help get your blood flow flowing. This is your home gym. If you want to use the venue you’ll use for your first show as an outlet, you’ll probably want to purchase a soundproof room. An ideal location for this is a fitness room with a separate workout space, where you can do your workout and otherwise hang out. You’ll also need a place to store your gear. Ideally, you’ll have an option for a generous size closet with a bathroom too. If you don’t have space for your gear in your home, or if you would like to store it in the parking lot or on a side walk, consider getting a soundproof booth or closet. A soundproof room is something you will use often, and something you may consider doing for your next show instead of a regular studio.
Getting started with the gear
Before you even start thinking about getting started on your first bodybuilding show, you need to get started on the right track. Get in shape. Get your body weight trained. And get your heart rate going. These are important factors to help your look and feel better as you work out. If you want to look and feel great while building muscle, you need to be in shape.
If you want to get into the beauty and health of your body, or try to inspire and learn others, or get in shape, or get your heart rate going, or all of these things, you should definitely consider getting into bodybuilding. When you start having success with your first show, you’ll start to see how many people are interested in these types of shows. If you choose to do a bodybuilding show, you will have the opportunity to showcase your body to the world through variety shows, webinars, and social media. Although you will only have so much time to show off your beauty (and hopefully get your heart rate going as well), the extra time you have to do these will help you scale up your knowledge and experience. You will also have the opportunity to meet and talk to many future bodybuilders and fitness leaders. If you follow these steps, you will be prepared for anything.