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bodybuilding

(bŏd′ē-bĭl′dĭng)
n.
The process of developing the musculature of the body through specific types of diet and physical exercise, such as weightlifting, especially for competitive exhibition.

bod′y·build′er n.

bodybuilding

(bod′ē-bild″ing)
The use of resistance training and weight training along with nutritional and/or pharmacological methods to increase muscle size in an effort to alter physical appearance.
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Body builders from 80 different countries are expected to participate in it and keeping in view my recent perofrmances I am sure to get another gold medal for Pakistan, he said.
Lynsey took over a gym and went to watch the other body builders before being approached by a judge who said she had a good physique.
He said he was a body builder and used amphetamine to keep his weight down.
The first programme is guaranteed to get temperatures rising as we go out and meet some of Northern Ireland's top body builders including Zelda Latimer - competing for Miss Fitness - Lisa Mann, current Miss Fitness Northern Ireland and body builders Marty Spence, Liam Stewart and Packie Sweeney.
He was taken on by a professional agency, the National Association of Body Builders, and gained sponsorship from Mizuno.
Mr Yates, a 37-year-old professional body builder, said: "He was like a second son to us and my son Lewis feels like he has lost a brother.
In fact their entire Monday night line-up looks like it's been put together by a bulked up body builder on steroids.
The 22-year-old has been a professional body builder for three years - originally taking up the pursuit in his last year of school to avoid mixing with the wrong crowd and get to grips with self discipline.
Khagendra Thapa Magar, 17, who is set to take over the world's shortest adult male title in October this year if he does not grow any taller, was two inches smaller than body builder Tiny Iron's biceps, which spanned 24 inches, the Daily Mail reported.
A DEEP SEA diver who survived an Iraqi missile attack has been crowned the country's top body builder.
Beefy body builder Dave Lynch has flexed his muscles and walked away with a national title.
The 22-year-old body builder told surprised psychiatrists he was hooked on anabolic steroids -- synthetic versions of the male hormone testosterone.