winner was the very impressive Edward Mutero from Kathu. Many people don't really think of Bodybuilding as a sport, but if you consider the incredible amount of hours training, the harsh diets they follow and the discipline involved in this sport, it's unde-niable. When we asked Edward Mutero what it entails to prepare for such an event, he reckons he trains up to 4 hours a day in the gym. His diet consists of 6 to 8 meals a day which includes up to 12 eggs and sup-plements needed which can cost up to R12 000. Not only are these athletes nice to look at but the discipline and focus of these ath-letes are impressive and a show like this is an inspiration for you to hit the gym or get healthy.
The next event in Kathu will be the provin-cials which will be held on 11 August 2018. Well done to the organisers for hosting an awesome event, congratulations to all the winners and a great big thank you to all the sponsors involved. See you in the gym !
For the 4th consecutive year, the IFBB (International Federation of Body Building) together with the BBSA FS/NC (Body Building South Africa / Northern Free State and Northern Cape hosted the Kathu Classics and the Pro-vincials on Saturday 07 April 2018, in Kathu at the Kalahari Country Club. It was an incredible show case of beautiful people with impressive physiques and form that took to the stage to impress the judges and audience with skillful poses. The compe-tition had many different categories of which the most popular were the obvious ladies Beach Bikini category and of course the big boys with the big muscles, the Classic Bodybuilding Physique.
The winners included: Jacolene Meyer (Novice Beach Bikini); Laurene Vermeulen (Body Fitness); Jan-Hendrik Vosloo (Men's Physique); Phillip van Schoor (Novice Junior Bodybuilding); David Kleinbooi Louw (Masters O/40) and the Men's Overall
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