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Veteran Thread Are you thinking of competing on a bodybuilding stage? Tips and suggestions here

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next up for you mobster is use these tips to get you on stage to compete against me let's see who's the bigger man
 
my friends and family always tell me I look like crap they definitely don't blow smoke up my ass
 
I agree with picking few classes I hate when people show up and are in different classes just pick one and do it
 
next up for you mobster is use these tips to get you on stage to compete against me let's see who's the bigger man
Why do you keep insisting that he train as a bodybuilder? How about you change and do what he does and compete against him in sheer strength?
 
Why do you keep insisting that he train as a bodybuilder? How about you change and do what he does and compete against him in sheer strength?
Or choose one of the body-builders on here to go up against him
 

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next up for you mobster is use these tips to get you on stage to compete against me let's see who's the bigger man
I'm the bigger man. I'm taller and heavier = bigger
 
Expand on this a little to the benefit of members.
@Mobster, In my experience diuretics do more harm than good and have a ton of sides to them.

Here is my view and the way I see it, my write up.

Diuretics can be dangerous in bodybuilding for several reasons:

Dehydration: Diuretics increase urine output, leading to dehydration. Dehydration can impair your body's ability to cool itself and can lead to heat-related illnesses, such as heat exhaustion or heatstroke. It can also affect your overall performance and physical well-being.

Electrolyte imbalances: Diuretics can lead to the loss of essential electrolytes, such as potassium, sodium, and magnesium. These electrolytes are crucial for proper muscle function, nerve function, and overall health. An imbalance can result in muscle cramps, weakness, irregular heartbeats, and, in severe cases, life-threatening conditions like arrhythmias.

Muscle cramps and weakness: As mentioned above, the loss of electrolytes due to diuretics can result in muscle cramps and weakness, which can hinder your ability to train effectively and perform at your best.

Cardiac strain: Dehydration and electrolyte imbalances can place additional strain on your cardiovascular system. This can be particularly risky in bodybuilders who may already be engaging in intense exercise and potentially using other substances that affect the heart.

Kidney damage: Prolonged use of diuretics can put stress on the kidneys, potentially leading to kidney damage or dysfunction. This is because the kidneys are responsible for filtering and regulating the balance of fluids and electrolytes in the body.

Rebound water retention: After discontinuing diuretic use, the body can sometimes react by retaining more water than usual to compensate for the previous fluid loss. This can lead to a rebound effect where bodybuilders experience bloating and increased body weight, which can be frustrating and counterproductive to their goals.

Increased risk of cramping during workouts: Dehydration and electrolyte imbalances caused by diuretics can make bodybuilders more prone to muscle cramps during intense training sessions, which can be both painful and hinder performance.

Health risks: Misuse or overuse of diuretics can have serious health consequences, including acute kidney injury, electrolyte imbalances, and cardiovascular issues. In extreme cases, it can be life-threatening.
 
Own the stage
Assuming you're in actual shape and condition (cos you'd better be) act like you bought the damn theater the shows being held at. Ignore opthers during the pose down. Let the judges see how confident you are

Let me tell you quick story from my own strength competition experiences. So one year we did an even called the 'heavy Dinnie stone for reps'. It's a little over 400lbs and we used a loading pin, handle and weights in lieu of an actual stone. The ring handle really pulls your skin. Anyway I'm winning and it's the last even so I go last. 2nd place Jim Wylie goes before me. He gets to 14 or so and skin tears and you see blood between his fingers. The crowd went crazy and one member exclaimed 'that's gotta be our winner'. He pulls another 2 or so more all the while bloods dripping.

My turn.

I say 'it's not over yet'

Then pulled 18 with with time left. The ref points this out. I turn to the crowd and say 'so... I won already'. So fkin confident I was gonna OWN that shit.
 
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