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'The Body Building Contest'


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LOL. He should have just brought a Mc Donald’s value meal on stage and finished it off right before the call out.
I just don’t understand “sucking it in”.

I bet contest prep was a breeze.

Do you think these people lost a bet?

[quote]Airtruth wrote:
Do you think these people lost a bet?[/quote]

Nope…it was “for the experience”.

I mean, isn’t that what everyone in the bodybuilding forum is telling every newb to do?

[quote]Professor X wrote:
I bet contest prep was a breeze.[/quote]

YEP. He grew into the contest.

That pisses me off, for someone to make a mockery of what other competitors take seriously and actually do all the hardwork and sacrifice it takes to look like a stage ready BBer. Some asshat should not be allowed to get on stage with them

[quote]MattyXL wrote:
That pisses me off, for someone to make a mockery of what other competitors take seriously and actually do all the hardwork and sacrifice it takes to look like a stage ready BBer. Some asshat should not be allowed to get on stage with them[/quote]

Same here. I would have tossed that skinny fat blonde dude off the fucking stage.

[quote]super saiyan wrote:
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super saiyan brings it with the gifs. every time.


This would be so embarrassing.

[quote]Steel Nation wrote:

[quote]MattyXL wrote:
That pisses me off, for someone to make a mockery of what other competitors take seriously and actually do all the hardwork and sacrifice it takes to look like a stage ready BBer. Some asshat should not be allowed to get on stage with them[/quote]

Same here. I would have tossed that skinny fat blonde dude off the fucking stage.[/quote]
Agreed, to an extent. It would suck to be the competitor standing next to a guy like this, already carb depleted and cranky and having to stay focused.

But… Devil’s Advocate… as was brought up in this clip, how do you do any kind of pre-registration pre-pre-judging that says who is or isn’t “ready” for their first amateur competition? Common sense, unfortunately, isn’t exactly a reliable standard.

[quote]MattyXL wrote:
That pisses me off, for someone to make a mockery of what other competitors take seriously and actually do all the hardwork and sacrifice it takes to look like a stage ready BBer. Some asshat should not be allowed to get on stage with them[/quote]

Agree 100% they should have thrown that asshole off the stage. Is he proud that he looks like absolute shit? I am impressed those dudes had the concentration to continue their posing through that jerk’s mocking. The contest officials should have removed him from the get go.

I never heard of Mike Pulcinella until someone posted the Kai Green clips a few weeks back, but I really, really enjoy his documentary style. I think he asks good questions and raises good, thoughtful points and doesn’t treat his subjects - either bodybuilders or Steve in the above vid - like freaks to be stared at and ridiculed. He shows them in a very human light.

It would have been cool if the 2 real competitors looked at each other knowingly, then each grab the arm of the skinny-fat asshole, and escorted him offstage.

[quote]Chris Colucci wrote:

[quote]Steel Nation wrote:

[quote]MattyXL wrote:
That pisses me off, for someone to make a mockery of what other competitors take seriously and actually do all the hardwork and sacrifice it takes to look like a stage ready BBer. Some asshat should not be allowed to get on stage with them[/quote]

Same here. I would have tossed that skinny fat blonde dude off the fucking stage.[/quote]
Agreed, to an extent. It would suck to be the competitor standing next to a guy like this, already carb depleted and cranky and having to stay focused.

But… Devil’s Advocate… as was brought up in this clip, how do you do any kind of pre-registration pre-pre-judging that says who is or isn’t “ready” for their first amateur competition? Common sense, unfortunately, isn’t exactly a reliable standard.

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The guy and your video was mentally disabled, so I don’t fault him, but the other guy was just being a dick and should have been tossed. Perhaps a peremptory elimination to get rid of people like that who have no business being there should be in order before the actual show begins. That would eliminate the problem

Synthol FTW.