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A good place to start learning about posing is to look through body building magazines to see how the models are presenting themselves.

Try out a few of these poses while looking at yourself in a full-length mirror. What works for one person may not work for you, but it just might!

Think about the beat of your music and then choose poses that go along with that beat. Start out with your most powerful pose and hold it for 3 to 5 full seconds.

Make sure that your routine flows smoothly and there is enough time in between poses for a little fun.

What muscles should you be accentuating? The easiest answer is all of them, but you will want to show off certain parts of your body specifically.

You need to know your muscles, and we hope by now you do. Here are some areas you will want to focus on:

Front Double Bicep

Arms are out to the sides with biceps flexed and the competitor is facing forward towards the judges and audience.

Front Lat Spread Hands are located somewhere near the competitor’s waistline and elbows are

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Muscle Building  

Bodybuilding is the process of developing muscle fibers through various techniques. It is achieved through muscle conditioning, weight train...