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Oct 12, 2013

Backstage Bodybuilders - Hot and Sweaty

Back Stage Bodybuilders


The perfect tan!, all they want to be clear that the judge can see every details of their muscular bodies. If you ever see the pump room video for top bodybuilding competiton (such as via repetrope.com). You will feel full of testosterone hormone in that room, I mean that's feel great for me :). Competing in a bodybuilding competition is an exciting, exhilarating and fulfilling experience. It takes determination, dedication and just plain hard work. And, unless they plan on becoming a professional, all they can hope for from all of their effort is a trophy. Ah, but what a trophy! When they stand on stage, holding a rigid "relaxed" pose and hear the announcer call their name as Champion in their Class or Winner of the Overall Competition, it's mighty sweet. They savor the moment and forget all about what it took to get there.


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In the time of bodybuilding competition, they want each muscular detail to be plainly visible to the judges. Here are five easy steps to applying the perfect sunless tan. 1. Remove hair: if you want the best application of the tan and you want it to go on properly and uniformly you need to get rid of the hair in the body parts you are tanning. 2. Exfoliate your skin: this step is frequently ignored and leads to dark and light spots if not done. 3. Apply tanner: put a quarter size amount of self-tanner in your hand, rub your hands together and massage the tanner into your skin. 4. Give joints special attention: dilute the tanner with moisturizing lotion to make application to the joints smoother and lighter. 5. Drying: the drying process usually lasts about 15-20 minutes.


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