George Peterson, vincitore della categoria Classic Physique, conquista la cover del nuovo numero della rivista Muscular Development
Il nuovo numero della rivista Muscular Development in lingua inglese ha dedicato la cover al campione George Peterson PRO IFBB, vincitore della categoria Classic Physique. Una vittoria molto contestata da tutti i fans del bodybuilding classic.
L’arnold Classic Ohio 2019 si è concluso da poche settimane, ma le polemiche sulla vittoria di George Peterson pro ifbb nella categoria classic physique non si sono concluse.
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una vittoria molto criticata
Basta guardare qualche pagina facebook o farsi un giro per i forums più importanti del mondo del bodybuilding PRO IFBB, e potete leggere post su post nei quali si criticano le scelte dei giudici di attribuire la vittoria della categoria classic physique a George Peterson.
la cover di MD a George Peterson pro ifbb
Muscular Development, pochi giorni dopo la conclusione dell’Arnold Classic Ohio 2019, ha assegnato la cover della sua prestigiosa e bellissima rivista americana proprio al campione vincitore dell’Arnold classic Ohio 2019. Forse o sicuramente è stato un caso. Visto che le cover e sopratutto la rivista viene realizzata mesi prima della sua messa in vendita.
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il suo momento
Se tutti lo criticano, George Peterson, invece si gode il suo momento. Ha vinto l’Arnold Classic Ohio 2019, una gara importante, la seconda per importanza dopo il mr Olympia e dalla sua pagina facebook, scrive a riguardo della cover conquistata:
Good morning guys!! Look out for this months issue of Muscular Development Magazine Official Muscular Development Magazine !! I’m honored and grateful to be featured on the cover!! There’s a very cool spread on the inside that goes into some detailed information about myself, my view on what is Classic and more. You guys will definitely enjoy it. Be sure to pick up a copy. Thank you so much Steve Blechman, Ron Harris @ronharrismuscle , Aaron Singerman @aaronsingerman and all of my RedCon1 family. Let’s get it!
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la presentazione sul sito Muscular Develoment
Ecco come presentano il nuovo numero della rivista americana, numero uno del settore del bodybuilding:
When the Classic Physique division was introduced three years ago, its exact definition and standards were unclear. Fans, athletes and industry insiders all chimed in with their own personal theories as to what they felt should be the ideal criteria. As time went on, it became apparent that there was no one catch-all mold within which the physiques had to conform. Once in a while, a bodybuilder comes along with a complete package that delivers the best of both worlds, paying homage to classic bodybuilding with an impressive V-taper and a streamlined, aesthetic physique.
Enter George Peterson III of Long Island, New York, who is on the cover of this month’s MD and the 2019 Arnold Classic Physique Champion. Peterson, nicknamed “Da Bull” for his physical style on the court back in his basketball days, had given up on competing after climbing to the national level as a heavyweight bodybuilder. Disappointed with his placings and unhappy with what he felt was a bloated, shapeless body he’d created, he was inspired to reinvent himself once Classic Physique was introduced. Though skeptics initially dismissed him as a “failed bodybuilder” trying to cash in on the popularity of the fresh new division, a streamlined Peterson went on to quickly become one of the best and has now been third place two years in a row at the Olympia.
With one of the best backs today regardless of division, George has one of the most exaggerated V-tapers you will ever see, with mega-wide shoulders tapering down to a waist you’d expect to see on a 100-pound Bikini girl. In “Classic Bull” you’ll learn how George got into training to be like his idol Bruce Lee, how he found being a heavyweight bodybuilder went against his own personal ideals, and how this Redcon1 athlete is determined to move up the ranks this September in Las Vegas.
Spring and summer are when we like to be lean and show off some definition and veins, so we tighten up our diets by cutting back on junk, lowering the carbs and hitting cardio nearly every day. When the warm weather cools down and the sun sets ever sooner by the day, we suddenly flip the switch to the “off-season,” which happens to be the favorite time of year for many a meathead. Dietary restrictions go out the window, as does cardio for many. If you got a little mushy over the winter months with a bit of muffin top or chipmunk cheeks, MD’s Ron Harris has a complete training and diet plan to clean things up in “Spring Training–Ride Out the Gains, Kick-start the Cuts.”
Serious, hardcore lifters are always researching and experimenting with new and more effective ways to stimulate muscle growth for better results. “Shock and Awe! 12 Techniques Guaranteed to Get You Growing Now” has some nasty techniques to blow up the intensity of your workouts. Applied tactically when needed, they can definitely aid you in your quest to be a bigger and better you.
When Alexis Rivera stood next to Sergio Oliva Jr. at the 2018 Tampa Pro, it was one of the most epic two-man battles outside of the Mr. Olympia contest— and one of longest, most drawn-out posedowns in recent memory. Both men were packed with dense, conditioned muscle and had excellent shape and structure but it was Rivera, the first Puerto Rican citizen to win an overall at the NPC Nationals in 2014, who was the winner. Rivera is a bodybuilder who balances his family obligations with the demands of trying to craft the best physique in the world with the help of his sponsor, ProSupps. Learn more in “Rise of the Freakin’ Rican –Alexis Rivera Is Back on the Road to the Top.”
With seven pro wins to her credit, winning the 2019 Arnold Classic Bikini Division, Janet Layug is one of the most popular Bikini competitors and fitness models in the sport thanks in large part to her captivating beauty to match her well-toned, athletic body. She proudly represents GAT™ Sport and is determined again to be in the top three of this year’s Bikini Olympia. Learn more about her in “Janet Layug – On Top of the World With GAT!”
Most professional bodybuilders have short careers, so it’s unusual to see a pro competing more than 10 years, and so more remaining competitive. Dexter Jackson is one example, but Victor Martinez has a more interesting story. A pro since 2000, Victor has faced and overcome many obstacles through the years yet is still grinding away. In “Victor Martinez – Diary of an Icon,” the father of six, IFBB Pro League contest promoter and longtime MHP athlete reflects on his career, and how he’s managed to last this long in such a demanding and unforgiving sport.
Muscular Development is your number one source for building muscle, and for the latest research and best science to enable you to train smart and effectively. Our team of physicians, industry experts and research scientists has these reports on improving performance this month:
“Big Gut Dilemma: High-Intensity Cardio vs. Low-Intensity Cardio”Fat Attack,
“Omega-3 Fish Oil: Enhance Fat Loss, Boost Performance and Prevent Muscle Loss” Nutrition Performance.
“Capsaicin: Boosts Metabolic Rate and Testosterone While Dieting” Supplement Performance.
“What Is the Ideal Rep Range for Building Muscle?” Muscle Growth Update.
“Anabolic Research Update” Testosterone.
“Less Rest for More Muscle Growth” Bodybuilding Science.
The rest of the book is packed to the binder as usual— making MD your one-stop, most authoritative source for optimizing muscular development with the latest cutting-edge research on training, nutrition, fat loss, performance-enhancing drugs, muscle growth and bodybuilding science— and exclusive information from the industry experts, insiders and bodybuilding legends who make it all happen.
See you next month!
Il mio commento
che dire? Anche io come, del resto tutti i fans del bodybuilding e della categoria classic physique, non ho apprezzato la vittoria di George Peterson, non perchè non sia preparato. anzi. Pochi giorni prima della gara ho postato un articolo dove ho mostrato queste due foto:
E sono rimasto particolarmente colpito dalla forma e dalla condizione di questo ragazzo. Ma il problema di fondo è che la categoria classic physique nasce per premiare atleti che hanno le linee classic, ci si aspettano alcuni parametri noti a tutti, e sopratutto di non privilegiare le masse, rispetto alla linea, simmetria e preparazione.