Wow! What an exciting Muscle & Fitness War it was! Congratulations to everyone who participated, especially those in the top 5! Whatever your placing is, I’m sure you’ve learnt a lot, gained new experience and proved to yourself and others that you have what it takes to go through tough training and strict dieting. Here are the results of MFW2014. Hundreds of photos from the event will be uploaded on Fabodylous.com’s Facebook Page soon.
Men’s Tertiary Below 170cm
Participating in a bodybuilding contest gives me a certain high. Being on stage in my best shape and showing everyone the fruits of my labour and 12 weeks of strict dieting couldn’t get any better. But along with it comes a lot of sacrifice and emotions. Those who have dieted for a contest before (or currently dieting for one), you know what I’m talking about. Here are some tips for future bodybuilding competitors to maximize the joy of competing and to minimize the pains that come with it.
Whoever said that the first victory is the sweetest is totally right. Especially when you didn’t expect it at all even though you trained and dieted strictly for it. And yeah, that’s kinda ironic. Who is willing to put 100% of their effort into a contest which they don’t expect to win? Well, maybe that actually helped me win the title of Mr Kuala Lumpur 2013 Champ of Champs (Above 70kg). I was calm going into the contest. I told myself, “No matter what happens, I’ll accept the outcome and learn from it. And I’m still going to have an awesome food trip on Monday!” Because of this mindset, I actually had great sleep the night before the event! Heck, I actually slept DURING the event, when the earlier categories were being contended.
As of now, I’m 8 days out from competing on the Mr Kuala Lumpur 2013 stage. And I don’t want to just post updates of how I’m doing and make things all about myself. I want to share my experience so that others may learn from it too. 🙂 So here are 5 things I’ve learnt from this contest prep so far. I wish there were more, but hey, I’m on low carbs, so you’ll have to forgive me for not being able to think at 100% capacity.
Alright, I know I’ve said I’ll update my progress on Fabodylous every 2 weeks but I failed to do so. Sorry about that. I was focusing on my personal training career, my awesome video-sharing fan page, Passiontab.com (you MUST check it out), covering the entire Mr Singapore 2013 event recently and of course, actually dieting and training for Mr KL itself!
In conjunction with the launch of his new supplement line, Ronnie Coleman Signature Series, Ronnie is now touring across South East Asia and other parts of the world promoting and educating consumers about RCSS. In Singapore, Fitlion has partnered with Ronnie so you guys could learn more about RCSS and most of all, meet and greet the living bodybuilding legend himself! And thanks to Fitlion and F1 Recreation, I was able to interview Ronnie Coleman and ask him some of the questions which you guys have forwarded to me. So check out how the interview went.
Hey guys, something interesting happened just the other day and although I didn’t plan to make it a blog post, somehow, it turned out to be something which I think would be interesting to share. You see, I’m training a couple of guys and girls for an upcoming bodybuilding and fitness contest in Singapore, Muscle War 2013. Dieting starts next week because by then, it would be 12 weeks out. However, one of my girls is having doubts on whether she is able to stick with the 12 weeks diet plan. So, I have motivate her of course. Now, that’s not an easy job cause you can’t just force motivation into someone. It has to come from within that person. But wow, modestly speaking, I wasn’t sure how I did it, but it worked! Check out the conversation between us.
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