anybody whos anybody thats a bodybuilder has an off season. that is a key time to take what you learned from the judges from being on stage to impove the areas of what your lacking. this is why you placed the way you did. you cant always win. you,yourself is your biggest critc. take your off season training with great assult. it is just as a serious time as it is while in show prep.off season is a time to control your food intake and your muscle gains. your food intake and your training is a huge part of what you look like on stage when the time comes. your protien intake and carb intake is huge.take time to go back and check out pics and video of you when you were on stage at your best.this is your future game plan to making the improvements you need to win the game. bring up your lacking body parts to make them more symetrical to the rest of your body! goodluck and happy training!
off season training
i was thinking the same thing after my first powerlifting meet, I was so wet behing the ears (so to speak), and now my training is completly different to fit that was of competition. Powerlifting is a much different sport then olympic weightlifting and I need to prepare in a much differnt way for it.
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