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Physique traits, muscle performance and health status of natural bodybuilders and powerlifters

BOND University
Hackett, Daniel ; O'Connor, Helen ; Mavros, Yorgi ; Clarke, Jillian ; Slater, Gary ; Keogh, Justin W L ; McLellan, Christopher P ; Hagstrom, Mandy
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Bodybuilding is an appearance-oriented sport that involves performing a series of poses on stage where judges rank each competitor on muscular mass, symmetry and definition. In contrast, powerlifting is a sport that consists of the maximal weight lifted for three lifts (i.e. squat, bench press, and deadlift). Even though resistance training is a central component in preparation for bodybuilding and powerlifting competitions, exercise specifics and dietary practices reportedly differ due to the requirements of these respective sports. This cross-sectional study design aims to examine the physique traits, muscle performance, and health of individuals that compete in natural bodybuilding and powerlifting.

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University of Sydney; University of New England
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Christopher P McLellan (Creator)Daniel Hackett (Supervisor); Helen O'Connor (Contributor); Yorgi Mavros (Contributor); Jillian Clarke (Contributor); Gary Slater (Contributor); Mandy Hagstrom (Contributor)

Issued: 2017

Data time period: 2017 to 2017

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